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Whiter Shade of Pale White Goddess Weeping Willow Woman Venus of the Sherds Travelling Hopefully This Autumn Evening Phryne Ophelia
On The Beach Moonshine Lilith Labyrinth Herm Hamadryads Genius Loci Freya
Flora Furiosa Eurydice Dido Diana & Actaeon Danae Correspondent Carpe Diem Camping Tahiti


Lilith’s origins are Babylonian, she re-appears in the Bible as Adam’s first wife, but is banished childless after claiming equality with him. She is portrayed as a snake and as such returns as the temptress. A demon, a stealer of husbands and children, an evil beguiling witch. Depending on the age and culture, fear of Lilith waxes and wanes. Generally the more sexually repressed the society, the more she is seen as demon and servant of Satan. The less mankind is at harmony with his female nature the more demonic Lilith becomes, conversely a man at peace with his ‘feminine’ subconscious sees Lilith as his muse.
More about Lilith on my blog

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