of the quaternion marriage. God and Shekina were above and Samael and Lilith were below. But it is alleged that following the destruction of the temple Shekhina descended to follow in the footsteps of her flock, and Lilith, her handmaiden, ascended becoming God’s consort, thus showing her importance.
The Black Moon (Lilith) in Astrology. There a great deal of confusion concerning the name Lilith as used in Astrology. This is because the name is used for several bodies: The Black Moon (an abstract, geometrical point in space) The Dark Moon (purported to be the Earth's second Moon)
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Jul 13, 2017 · Lilith is a wild and fierce force. In Hebrew, her name is translated to “night creature, “night monster” or “screech owl.” She is the quintessential witch archetype, and we are mistakenly taught that she is to be feared. Her mythology is a story of exile from the Garden of Eden for refusal to submit to a man.