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The night owl Lilith, Babylonian goddess of hell and the underworld.
Lilith was another name for the Babylonian Semiramis, Isthar, Sin etc., etc. She was the goddess of the night and of darkness who hunted for the souls of men and women. Every nation on earth had its equivalent of this Satanic "mother" of god demon.
She was the SUBSTITUTE for the Son of God or JEHOVAH and the Jews offered ROUND cakes to this demonic queen of heaven who was also called Asteroth:
If satan could have one thing in his eye it would be the Goddess of Hell. "lith"
Three figures are closely related in Babylonian mythology: Lilu, a male demon, and Lilitu and Ardat Lili, both females. Lilitu evolved to became known as Lilith in Isaiah 34:14, thought to be inherited during the Babylonian occupation of Israel.
The Order of the Eastern Star, a fraternal organisation associated with Freemasonry, employs a point-down pentagram as its symbol, with the five isoceles triangles of the points coloured red, blue, yellow, white and green.
7 Heads and 10 Horns on the Beast: What Are They?
The Beast of Revelation 13 is described as follows:
And I saw a beast coming up out of the sea, having ten horns and seven heads, and on his horns were ten diadems, and on his heads were blasphemous names. Revelation 13:1
The Beast of Revelation represents both a king and a kingdom, But the full meaning of the Beast can only be understood to the extent that we can understand the meaning of the features of the Beast, particularly the 7 Heads and the 10 Horns, which are the most prominent and consistent features according to both Revelation 13 & 17.
The pentagram includes ten isosceles triangles: five acute and five obtuse isosceles triangles. In all of them, the ratio of the longer side to the shorter side is φ. The acute triangles are golden triangles. The obtuse isosceles triangle highlighted via the colored lines in the illustration is a golden gnomon.
Lilith was another name for the Babylonian Semiramis, Isthar, Sin etc., etc.
The night owl Lilith,
Babylonian goddess of hell and the underworld
Originally posted by rrahim1
The logo is in the shape of an eye. The eye is green signifying Envy.
The wing's of lith are being represented as the hair of this women
who some claim to be the goddess of the lake or something.
Originally posted by Nygdan
No, she is not.
Martin Luther knew and believed in the story of another version of Melusine, die Melusina zu Lucelberg (Lucelberg in Silesia), whom he referred to several times as a succubus
Melusine is one of the pre-Christian water-faeries who were sometimes responsible for changelings. The "Lady of the Lake", who spirited away the infant Lancelot and raised the child, was such a water nymp