According to some specialists, Eve was not Adam’s first wife, and some Bible texts were removed to fit the official version of human creation.
Specialists suggest that God threw Lilith out of Adam’s way because she was too strong. Thus, Lilith was the first woman ever created, at the same time as Adam.
Texts about Lilith have been removed from the Bible because religious dogmas do not recognize women’s equality with men.
Anyone who reads the Bible really carefully can see that there is a little strange order in the texts in the Old Testament. First, God creates man in his image:
“for man and woman he created them” (Genesis, chapter 1, verse 27). Then he told them to multiply and all that.
But a little later in the text, Adam is suddenly alone. And God takes one of Adam’s ribs and creates a “man” for him (Genesis, chapter 2, verse 23). But the woman already existed?
What existed between the texts no longer exists. According to myth, Lilith Adam was the first wife, but she has disappeared from patriarchal historiography.
When Adam demanded that Lilith leave, she refused and ran away from paradise. Adam complained to God, who sent three angels after her. But she refused to come back to Adam. According to one of all the myths about Lilith, God made her a demon. Isaiah chapter 34, verse 14 of the Bible states:
Jackals live there with other desert animals,
and guests shout there to each other;
yes, there can Lilit rest,
there she can find a resting place.
Lilith is also mentioned in the Gilgamesh epic. It is the oldest preserved text that exists and can be interpreted, and is thus considered to be the world’s oldest preserved literary work. It consists of twelve clay tablets containing descriptions of myths similar to those later found in the Bible, such as the one about the flood and a sheet. The Gilgamesh epic is from Sumerian culture, which existed about 5000 – 2000 years before our era, and the text itself is about 4000 years old.
According to some variants of the myths, Lilith was also the one who later tricked Eve into eating the apple – Lilith would thus be the serpent in the Old Testament.
Although the texts from the Bible were curated with great care, some clues and evidence suggest that God created the first woman at the same time as the man, and not later.
Apocryphal texts tell that Lilith had ordered Adam to be with her, which led to a great conflict. That is why Adam asked God to cast Lilith out of paradise.
She must have walked in the devil’s arms. Lilith joined Samuel and gave birth to a whole generation of demons. According to texts, God cursed Lilith for being dependent on human semen.
Finally, after that, God realized that Adam was alone again and therefore he decided to create a second wife for him. Eve became Adam’s second wife and she is the one behind the highest sin that has led them out of paradise.
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