David Jay Jordan
Satan, Lilith, Demons and Sex
If interested in how the damnable devil works, so we can be wiser and stronger than our enemy who has
perverted all the true gifts of God including sex to and for his own ends, you can read this ...e-mail that was sent
to me. But its only for the strong and not for the weak....and seeing we are suppose to be the strongest and most
liberated and scripturial Christians , if we can't handle this...who can ?
For the purpose is not fascination with the dark side and their perversions but the truth so that we can fight the
lies and the demons of the enemy. If you don't know the Lord and His power, please don;t read further... Thanks.
In Jewish folklore and in the texts of the Kabbalah, the dark shadow aspect of Shakti is Lilith, who was alson
known by such titles as the Old One, the Harsh Husk, the Mother of Demons, the Woman of Harlotry, the
Convolute Serpent, and the Northerner. Lilith was portrayed as the the mother of all demons, which she gave
birth to after stealing the semen of sleeping men who slept alone and impregnating herself with it. She induced
spontaneous emission in her lovers by causing them to experience erotic dreams. She was also believed to
provoke abortions and to strangle infants in their cribs. The Jews blamed her for what we now call sudden infant
death syndrome, or crib death.
The following on that, is about the children aspect which I don't deal with.
Grandmother Lilith and Lilith the Maiden
Sometimes Lilith is divided into two goddesses. The first is Grandmother Lilith, the Ancient One, who is mainly
concerned with the birthing and nurturing of demons, inducing abortions and still births, and causing crib
deaths. Grandmother Lilith is the night hag in her most horrible aspect. She is the dark reflection of the
Matronit, and appears in European folklore as the evil fairy Godmother. She is also called Lilith the Great, and is
said to be the consort of the demon Samael.
The second form of Lilith is Naamah, who in the Bible was the sister of Tubalcain, "An instructor of every
artificer in brass and iron." In the literature of the Kabalah, Naamah was transformed into a beautiful
seductress who comes to the beds of men sleeping alone and makes love to them. At first she appears as the most
beautiful woman imaginable. According to the Zohar, she adorns herself as a prostitute and stands waiting for
her victim at the crossroads. Her hair is long and rose-red. Her cheeks are lily-white and tinged with pink. She
wears earrings and necklaces and paints her lips. Her dress is scarlet.
After she has captured the affection of her victim and induced him to commit sin, she appears as a giant and
savage demoness who in many ways bears a striking resemblance to Kali, the Hindu goddess of destruction. She
stands before her lover clothed in flame, her body full of eyes, a drawn sword in her hand that drips poison from
its tip. She kills him and carries him off to hell. Naamah is the shadow equivalent to the Shekhina. She is also
called Little Lilith and Lilith the maiden, and is said to te the consort of the demon Ashmodai.
With Naamah the emphasis is on the sexual act and its pleasures. She is the beautiful Houri of forbidden lust,
and embodies the enourmous power of sexual energy to corrpt and seduce, as well as to give joy. With
Grandmother Lilith, the emphasis is on the unnatural offspring born of unions between spirits and humans.
Lilith is the Great embodies the power of sexual energy to create and bring forth into manifest being, a power
that can be perverted to create monsters. She is referred to in Kabalistic writings as the Alien Crown because she
usurps the place of Matronit on the throne of heaven. She is sexual energy used for creative purposes not
sanctioned by the holy torah.
Both goddesses are aspects of Lilith, just as both the Matronit and the Shekhina are two forms of the same
Shakti energy. Thus Lilith in her undifferentiated aspect as both the mother of demons and the seducer of
human beings is an excellent _expression of the chaotic or destructive reflection of shakti(Kalishakti). In Jewish
folklore, all sexual pleasure that is enjoyed for its own sake in the embrace of spirits falls under the command
and control of Lilith, or her daughter Naamah, since all such unions are unlawful.
The rest is about the four demon queens, in the four directions of the earth...
To understand why Lilith is portrayed in such a completely negative way in Jewish folklore, it must be borne in
mind that until the last few decades sex outside of the bounds of marriage for any reason was considered sinful
and unlawful by most Western cultures and religions. Even sex within the bounds of marriage was looked upon
as a sin if it was committed purely for the purposes of sensual gratification, or if it involved variations of
technique that were considered perverse or criminal. Such acts as fellatio, anal
intercourse, masturbation, and even intercourse that was conducted naked in daylight or with a lamp burning
were condemned as damnable acts.
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