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A few scholars suggest the pericope may have been based on a Sumerian story representing the conflict between nomadic shepherds and settled farmers. [Others think that it may refer to the days in which agriculture began to replace the ways of the hunter-gatherer.
In Cain’s idolatry of agriculture, in his rejection of honesty and reality, in his false religious spirit, he left the farm and went to the city, a place of security outside of God, a gathering of men ... agriculture is good, God-ordained and required, the basis for natural life on earth where the Lord God put man to labor. Abel’s sacrifice was accepted and Abel remained a farmer. He was righteous. Is the farm a manifestation of Babylon? No. Earthly cities can be, though not all living in a city are in idolatry.
Now Abel, represents the age of the pasture -based economy, of the primitive socialism that pre-ceded ownership, and cain represents the system of agriculture, and individual or monopoly ownership. thereafter a permanent war began so that the whole of history became the stage for a struggle between the party of cain the killer, and abel, his victim, or, in other words, the ruler and the ruled. abel the pastoralist was killed by cain the landowner; the period of common ownership of the sources of production - the age of pastoralism, hunting and fishing - the spirit of brotherhood and true faith came to an end and was replaced by the age of agriculture and the establishment of a system of private ownership, together with religious trickery and transgression against the rights of others. abel disappeared and cain came to the forefront of history, and there he still lives.
Samael. Different translations of the word Lilith are found to be that of "Great Owl" or "screech owl."
I'm talking about Lilith, the first of mankind, who through the son Ben Sira of the prophet Jeremiah of the bible, wrote and told king nebudchanezzzer about
Athena was a Pagan god