Marketa Kačírková

Marketa Kačírková

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The ancient name “Lilith” derives from a Sumerian word for female demons or wind spirits—the lilītu and the related ardat lilǐ. The lilītu dwells in desert lands and open country spaces and is especially dangerous to pregnant women and infants. Her breasts are filled with poison, not milk. The ardat lilī is a sexually frustrated and infertile female who behaves aggressively toward young men.

The ancient name “Lilith” derives from a Sumerian word for female demons or wind spirits—the lilītu and the related ardat lilǐ. The lilītu dwells in desert lands and open country spaces

Another rendering of the Massacre of the Innocents from The Book of Abraham the Jew

Another rendering of the Massacre of the Innocents from The Book of Abraham the Jew

Friedrich Maurer, The Compass of the Wise, 1779, showing the rays of the planets being collected and then refracted

Friedrich Maurer, The Compass of the Wise, showing the rays of the planets being collected and then refracted