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Hail to Lilith, Lady of the night!
Your long hair flows outward,
Melding into the shadows
And your black eyes are ancient,
Deep with magic and secrets.

You are powerful and free,
No other being is your master.
You fly upon the wings of night,
And the owl carries your messages.
Since beginning times, you were there.

No man can tame you,
For why should you be tamed?
To be your own ruler is your nature.
The weak ones of mankind
Were afraid of you and called you Evil

Every inner demon
And dark shadow in the night
Has been ascribed to you, Goddess.
But your power and wild beauty
Have survived.

Teach me to be unafraid,
To feel power singing in my veins.
Help me to face and balance
The shadows in my nature,
And to be proud of my sexuality.

Protect me from the shadows
And the darkness that would harm me,
And help me to understand
The shadows that will not.
I thank you, Dark Lady.

Beth Clare Johnson
(Mystic Amazon)


13 thoughts on “PRAYER TO LILITH

  1. I loved the sonnet to Lilith! Where can we get some of the artwork you display on this site? It can be very inspiring and Magickal to look at.. I have always been interested in Lilith since a small child, especially because she was the 1st woman and demonized cecause she wanted to be equal. I wear a necklace with an image of Her.


    1. I have created a couple of pieces in honour of our Goddess Lilith, but due to so many restrictions concerning nudity, I do not post them. They are artistic and I believe compelling works. Should you like to see them just ask.


  2. Greetings everyone, This webpage is terrific and so is how the matter was expanded. I like some of the comments as well although I would prefer we all maintain it on topic in order add value to the subject.


  3. I read Lilith can be invoked for protection of animals, a neighbor of mine is abusing a pet, and my hands are tied legally. So i’m looking for a spell, or deity I can use to offer some protection to the poor guy.
    Any help offered on the subject would be greatly appreciated.


    1. I can guarantee you, if we know the author, the author gets credit. We have so many that let us use their material freely. Due to this fact, if I know the author, the author will definitely get credit. I always ask our members, when posting an item like the above, if they know who the author is. I ask them if they do, please contact me and I will give credit where credit is due.


  4. The Goddess Lilith, handmaiden of the Goddess Ishtar is far older than the Judeo-Christian version of the first wife of Adam. Monotheists have tried to demonize Her, but She remains a wonderful pagan Goddess. Honor Her on the Dark Moon.

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    1. I have also read that Lilith is the alter ego of Inanna (Queen of Heaven) this is from sand script translations from Sumeria 2000 or more BCE.


      1. I don’t want you to think I am ignoring you. That could be the furthest from the truth. We currently have a researcher working on the beginning of certain religions. I asked him to see what he could find out about the beginning of Christianity. There are a lot of stories about the beginning in Christianity that has been hidden in old books and scrolls that some do not want ever found, in particular the churches. If we dig back far enough and uncover some of their truths it could possibly change their religion forever. I know the Catholic church has numerous books locked up in it vault and they probably won’t ever see the light of day again. Why? They would change their religion dramatically.

        So I was waiting to see what our researcher digs up on Lilith. I do know she was the first wife of Adam. She is not included in the bible and apparently she was not a very obedient wife. Their god made Adam, Eve. But you never hear mention of Lilith. It was never even mentioned that she was the first wife of Adam. From what I have read about her, she is a Dark Goddess. Also, there was myth that she stole small babies from their parents. She was made out to be a very wicked women but they have turned several of our Goddesses into villains. Since there is so little wrote about her, I believe it would be best to wait and see what research we uncover.


      2. I was talking to the gentleman doing our research yesterday. I was trying to give him a push on another Creation research he is doing for us. I did ask him about Lilith. He told you could find addition information on her in the Jewish Torah. He said that the Christian bible never mentioned her but she is mentioned in their Torah. I don’t know where you might get your hands on one perhaps if you search they might have a copy of it. But he did tell me he is almost through with his current research and he would start on yours next.
        Lady A


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