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Ruth Johannesen is a recent
convert to Yah'shua through this
ministry. During deliverance she
came across the demoness Lilith
simultaneously with two other
clients. This article is a summary
of what was learned during
these deliverance sessions. We
consider this material so
important to end-time
deliverance work that we have
prioritised getting it up on our
webpage. More articles will
History and legends about Lilith
Much information can be found
in the Internet and in books
about Lilith. However, much of it
is far from valid. Here are sources
of various facts and myths about
According to a medieval text, the
Alphabet of Ben Sira:
(The phrases in parenthesis
followed by a question mark are
much too questionable
information and theres a
possibility they are not even
mentioned in the Alphabet of
Ben Sira. Whatever is in italics is
directly from that book.)
In the Garden of Eden, long
before the eating of the apple,
the Holy One created the first
human beings a man named
Adam, and a woman named
Lilith. Lilith said, "We are equal
because we are created from the
same earth."

"My name thou knowest not, and
yet shall know, And know too
late. But, know thou this indeed:
Joy is my sister. Sister I, to Death."
Lilith was the first wife of Adam
who, in contrast to Eve, was also
created from dust. She rebelled
against her husband claiming to
be equal to him and refusing to
be below him when they laid
together. God cast her out (and
transformed her into a demon of
the air?) or she used her powers
to fly away, this part is a bit
obscure. However, if the latter is
valid, three angels (Sanvi,
Sansanvi, Semangelaf?) were sent
after her to make her return (by
killing 100 of her children per
day?) and she countered that she
would prey eternally upon
newborn human babies, who
could be saved only by invoking
the protection of the three
angels. (She could have also been
the snake that convinced Eve to
eat the apple?). In the end, she
flew out of the Garden of Eden to
the shore of the Red Sea. There
she made her home in a cave,
taking for lovers all the demons
who lived there, and giving birth
to a great multitude. This
explains the proliferation of
demons in the world.
An angel named Samuel had
fallen in love with her and to him
she bore three children whom
even demons dreaded. Lilith,
using the wisdom of Samuel of
God, became the first witch, and
subsequently, mother to all
witches. Her followers called her
Arionrhod. The dancing and
worshiping of the Moon are
things that she herself taught the
witches. Her symbol was the
night owl.
She's highly active at night,
provoking erotic dreams to men
and nocturnal emissions.
Apparently, she seduces men in
their sleep, because she needs
the semen to give birth to more
Important note: The unknown
author of the Alphabet of Ben
Sira has filled it with many
elements that seem designed to
upset the sensibilities of
traditional Jews. In particular, the
heroes of the Bible and Talmud
are frequently portrayed in the
most perverse colours. The book
is consistently sounding the
praises of hypocritical and
insincere behaviour. So shocking
and abhorrent are some of the
contents of "the Alphabet of Ben-
Sira" that modern scholars have
been at a loss to explain why
anyone would have written such
a book. Some see it as an
impious digest of risqu folk-tales.
Others have suggested that it
was a polemical broadside aimed
at Christians, Karaites, or some
other opposing movement.
Of unknown origin (perhaps folk
Caine is said to be the father of
all Vampires. A clan of Vampires,
Liliths Children, are supposed to
be the few chosen ones to follow
and have the wisdom of Lilith.
They originate from as back as
Caines children, whose
grandchildren turned against
them and tried to kill them. One
of those grandchildren, Jahared,
deceived the rest to have Lilith to
himself. In the end, Lilith saw
through his lies and cursed him
and banished him. She even took
his children under her wing and
she revealed the future to them.
Eventually, though, she left them,
and they are rumoured to ever
since bide their time and waiting
her return and the final battle
against the other children of
Caine. Also, they are said to live
among us, and their meetings
and communication are done in
their sleep in the form of dreams.

According to Kabbala:
Zohar 3:19a
When the Holy One, blessed be
He, will bring about the
destruction of the wicked Rome,
and turn it into a ruin for all
eternity, He will send Lilith there,
and let her dwell in that ruin, for
she is the ruination of the world.
And to this refers the verse, And
there shall repose Lilith and find
her a place of rest (Isa. 34:14).
According to the Bible:
Isaiah 34:14f (NRSV):
Wildcats shall meet with hyenas,
goat-demons shall call to each
there too Lilith shall repose,
and find a place to rest.
There shall the owl nest
and lay and hatch and brood
in its shadow
Some claim that the owl is Lilith

From an article by Ellen M.
Umansky for The Encyclopaedia
of Religion
In postbiblical Judaism, a female
demon who seduces men and
kills unsuspecting children, Lilith
(Heb., Lilit) also became identified
as Adam's first wife, created
from dust to be her husband's
equal. As the name of a demon,
_Lilit_ is etymologically related to
the Sumerian _lil_ ("wind") and
not, as some once supposed, to
the Hebrew laylah ("night"). Yet
like the Sumerian wind demon
and her later Babylonian
counterpart, Lilitu, a succuba
who seduces men in their sleep,
Lilith is active at night, seizing
men and forcing them to
copulate with her. Although as
child slayer Lilith bears greatest
resemblance to the Babylonian
demon Lamashtu, Lamashtu
eventually became confused in
the popular imagination with the
succuba Lilitu.
In the Hebrew scriptures, there is
only one clear reference to Lilith.
_Isaiah_ 34:14, describing the
devastation of Edom, maintains
that Lilith shall be at rest in the
desert, among the wild animals,
screech owls, and satyrs. This
reference to Lilith as demon is
more fully developed in
postbiblical Jewish literature,
where Lilith is associated with
the _lilin_, one of three classes of
demons that appear in rabbinic
writings. In the Babylonian
Talmud Lilith is portrayed as
having a woman's face, long hair
(_'Eruv._ 100b), and wings (_Nid._
24b) like the cherubim. Her
identity as demon is underscored
in _Bava' Bashtra'_ 73a, referring
to the demon Hormiz or Ormuzd
as Lilith's son, and in _Shabbat_
171b, where men are warned
against sleeping alone lest they
be seized by Lilith.

From the book "Lilith's Cave:
Jewish Tales of the Supernatural"
By Howard Schwartz.
It is not an exaggeration to say
that much of the demonic realm
in Jewish folklore grew out of
this multifaceted legend, which
came into being as a
commentary on one passage of
the Bible, "Male and Female He
created them" (Gen 1:27). This
passage was interpreted by the
rabbis to mean that the creation
of man and woman was
simultaneous, whereas the later
accounts of the creations of
Adam and Eve appear to be
sequential. Working on the
assumption that every word in
the Bible was literally true, the
rabbis interpreted this
contradiction to mean that the
first passage referred to the
creation of Adam's first wife,
whom they named Lilith, and the
other referred to the creation of
Liliths names:
According to a number of
sources, among them The
Women's Encyclopedia of Myths
and Secrets, Lilith means "screech
owl" in Hebrew. According to
other sources, Lilith means Lady
Goddess and some even claim
she was the female counterpart
of God. Lilith is often described
as a Goddess of 1000 names.
Shes been also called Poetress of
Darkness, Imp of Impetuosity,
and Serpent of Seduction.

Possibly related song:
Layla, got me on my knees, Layla
Anytime you please, Layla
Darling wont you ease my
worried mind.
Lilith's characteristics as a very
and dangerous demoness of
our time
There is absolutely no doubt that
Lilith is and was one of the most
powerful demonic presences in
our time and in the past. Some
describe her as mother of all
demons and she enjoys wide
worship from Wiccans,
Neopagans, Satanists,
Judeopagans, Goddess
worshipers etc. In fact, she was
believed to be goddess of rage,
alienation, stillbirths, death of
newborn babies and abortions.
Indeed, her power is great: one
of her former victims described
her as goddess rather than
demoness (but make no mistake,
shes NOTHING compared to
Subtlety is her most dangerous
weapon against people who
arent involved knowingly in
witchcraft or any occultic or
pagan acts. Her power, which is
very strong over women, is not
exercised by force - she works
her way from the woman's heart
very quietly. She's described as
light, soft spoken and friendly.
Feelings that are so common, like
competition, need for perfection,
dedication and devotion are
more than enough to let her in
ones soul.
Her beauty and grace are mind-
numbing to some and can be
parallelised to a whirlpool, where
the twirling of the water is quite
elegant and impressive and has
hypnotising effects. So does her
appearance, her promises and
manifestations (it is possible she
is connected with fairies and
other elegant yet evil entities). All
that, matched with her quietness
and friendliness make her seem
as if she ...
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