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Offline Son of Lilith

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Hi everyone! - Or: Is Lilith part of your life?
« on: October 13, 2021, 09:47:42 PM »
What do you know about Lilith? How does Lilith influence your life?

For me, Lilith is a strong female power, a VERY strong female power, and I like the imagination* that the essence of Lilith is dark and maybe devilish. 

However, in fact, I perceive Lilith as independent, sturdy, grounded (earthed), libidinous, sensual, sometimes open-hearted, sometimes cold-hearted, vital, natural, straightforward, clear, sometimes insidious, self-confident (most of the time), fearless, witchy, seductive / alluring / enticing, ... . And she's not submissive / servile.

I'm really fascinated by these personal aspects and love to see them in women...

It is stated that Lilith was the first wife for Adam, but she didn't subject / bow herself to the man. For that reason, Eve was created and given to Adam as his (herself subordinating) wife.

For me, Lilith has a strong connection with life and sexuality (the latter as part of evolution and procreation), but she has also flipside which stands for death and destruction.

I feel strongly attracted - not only to the dark side of the moon - but also to the dark sides within the female. This caused a good deal of inner conflicts, the feeling of a rift inside myself - up to date. Outside of my anonymous presence in the internet, I always hid and still hide my deep fascination for cruel and mischievous, even deadly girls and young females, who don't give a shit about societal conventions and rules. I love the idea of "Girls just want to have fun", that they take what they want care- and recklessly. In my fantasy, they are young, easygoing, jaunty, maybe tomboyish, wild, rampant, lawless, fearless, sassy, insolent, gleeful, and they are libidinous, pervy and sexually dominant, seductive and abusive. I love mischievous girls!

I don't mind to label my fetishes and my sexual fantasies as "deviant" or a "paraphilia". They had been a compelling fuel throughout my life... and were always (and still are!) connected with feelings of shame and guilt.

I allow myself to transgress boundaries in my fantasy which I respect in "real" life.

Oh, almost forgot... I my teenage years, I fantasized about being captured, mistreated, humiliated and raped by a gang of sexy girls in our school (there were so many of them!). And very early, I developed a strong fascination and devotion for girls loving girls, i.e. lesbianism. I always - always! - preferred to see sex scenes between females only, without needing a guy. (Sorry, guys!)
Girls giving men the cold shoulder is very erotic to me. Probably because I like the idea of girls who are (and feel) self-sufficent, self-sufficent also regarding their own sex, girls who are self-confident and independent. In other words, females who do not necessarily have a necessity for the masculine.

According to my birth-horoscope, Lilith occupies a very prominent position in my life (it's true!). Are you a son / a dauther of Lilith too?

(*As I said, Lilith being "dark and devilish" is first and foremost part of my preferred imagination. Please consider that the attributions, Lilith [and others] has been given over the milleniums, might rather contain and reveal some truth about those who attribute instead of the labeled-ones...)

Take care, everyone!
Innana, a goddess, and therefore possesing eternal life, told Lilith desperately: "I want to live!" And Lilith answered: "If you want to live, you likewise have to die!" ("The Lilith Revolution", book by Werner J. Neuner)

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Re: Hi everyone! - Or: Is Lilith part of your life?
« Reply #1 on: October 14, 2021, 01:18:41 AM »
Here is a place where you can revel in your desires and fantasies without fear of judgment. Welcome to RU!
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Re: Hi everyone! - Or: Is Lilith part of your life?
« Reply #2 on: October 14, 2021, 10:29:42 AM »
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Re: Hi everyone! - Or: Is Lilith part of your life?
« Reply #3 on: October 14, 2021, 12:01:57 PM »
Thank you, EnabranTain and To-Get-Her, for your warm welcome.
Innana, a goddess, and therefore possesing eternal life, told Lilith desperately: "I want to live!" And Lilith answered: "If you want to live, you likewise have to die!" ("The Lilith Revolution", book by Werner J. Neuner)

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Re: Hi everyone! - Or: Is Lilith part of your life?
« Reply #4 on: Today at 07:38:50 AM »
Well, welcome to our world.  Lilith was also the name of a Hebrew demon, a screech owl I believe. The demon of screeching.  Anyway, look forward to your posts.

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Re: Hi everyone! - Or: Is Lilith part of your life?
« Reply #5 on: Today at 02:59:10 PM »
Welcome to the dark corridors of our humble university! Learn and share your knowledge freely :)

Lilith was also the name of a Hebrew demon, a screech owl I believe. The demon of screeching.

One and the same. Lilith is the subject of a lot of occultism and fantasy.

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Re: Hi everyone! - Or: Is Lilith part of your life?
« Reply #6 on: Today at 05:02:56 PM »
Innana, a goddess, and therefore possesing eternal life, told Lilith desperately: "I want to live!"
And Lilith answered: "If you want to live, you likewise have to die!"
   [From the book "The Lilith Revolution" by Werner J. Neuner]

Thank you, darklord and Grumpy, for welcoming me.


I just found out: "Son of Lilith" is the title of a song from the band "Coroner", album "Mental Vortex" (1991). It sounds nice, if you like metal. - It's a coincidence. Actually, I first chose the name "Lilith's Son", but I failed to enroll at RU with an apostrophe in my name. However, I think it's not a big deal (the song is from 1991). Besides, Lilith has countless sons and daughters...
Innana, a goddess, and therefore possesing eternal life, told Lilith desperately: "I want to live!" And Lilith answered: "If you want to live, you likewise have to die!" ("The Lilith Revolution", book by Werner J. Neuner)