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Lilith Meaning

"Lilith": Deusa da Abundância, fertilidade e fecundidade. "Também deusa da morte e Transformação ... ela nos desafia a olhar para o nosso lado escuro e incorporá-lo em nossa totalidade para que a nossa grande beleza pode florescer."


Lilith is the most notorious demon in Jewish tradition. In some sources, she is conceived of as the original woman, created even before Eve, and she is often presented as a thief of newborn infants. Lilith means"the night," and she embodies the emotional and spiritual aspects of darkness: terror, sensuality, and unbridled freedom.The story of Lilith originated in the ancient Near East,where a wilderness spirit known as the "dark maid" appears in the Sumerian myth The descent of Inanna


Lilith, Sumerian and Babylonian Demon-Goddess of Sexuality and the Night n Jewish legend, Lilith is Adam’s first wife. She refused to have sex with him because she did not want to be beneath him. In recent times, Lilith is revered as a strong and independent Goddess, confident in Her sexual powers, Who refused to be subordinate to the husband and Who left Paradise willingly rather than submit to a man. (x)


On the inside.

This is my favorite line in the history of the show, because it so perfectly describes the Doctor! He just looks like a man, one simple man, but he's so much more. An alien, a hero, a murderer, a thief, a healer, a king, an old man, a child, a dreamer, a warrior, a coward, an adventurer, and eventually a savior. He has lived so many lives and seen the highest of highs and lowest of lows, and all of it is wrapped inside just one man. The Doctor.


Lucien! Ahhh,I love him~ This is the no mask version! I put a lot of thought into how I thought his face might be. I mean Feyre did say that he still got it even with those nasty scars. :P


Archetype: Eve --- Eve is known as “Huwwa” in Arabic., in Hebrew text, is Isha, meaning “woman.”---- Eve in Hebrew is Ḥawwāh, meaning "living one" or "source of life", and is related to ḥāyâ, "to live". The name derives from the Semitic root ḥyw.[2] --- ---


NAME: SOPHIA which is the Greek version of Her name, other names and titles are Binah (Hebrew -understanding-), Chokmah – (Hebrew – Wisdom), Sapienta (Latin), Mother-Of-All (Gnostic), Holy Spirit (very early Christians), Wisdom (what the other names mean).