Lilith (Various Tribes)

Lilith (Various Tribes)

Lilith is a figure found in various tribal and mythological traditions, including Jewish folklore and Mesopotamian mythology. She is often depicted as a seductive and powerful demon or night spirit, associated with sexuality and childbirth. Lilith is believed to be an independent and rebellious spirit who defies authority, and she is sometimes portrayed as a dangerous figure who preys on infants. Her legend serves as a cautionary tale about the consequences of rebellion and the challenges of female autonomy.

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