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by vampilith // vela (vampilith)
at February 1st, 2007 (03:23 pm)

I notice people in this community have mentioned pagan spiritual beliefs and that there seems to be a connection between Lilith and paganism.   When I made this community, I didn't necesscarily have the topic of paganism in mind, but I find this very interesting and something I can learn.    Can someone shed some light how Lilith is seen/worshipped in paganism?

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Posted by: lawless_lawyer (lawless_lawyer)
Posted at: February 1st, 2007 10:24 pm (UTC)
Lillith in Paganism

Lillith is seen in many different ways. Some choose to only embrace that side of her that is the nurturer others take a more logical approach and recognise her for what she is. Both nurturer side and destructive side. Depending on what view you follow generally dictates how you worship her. She is more often than not chosen as the patron goddess along side dionysus in my coven's full moon ceremonies.

Tapping into lillith's energies while in a ritual is one of the best experiences I have had in my life. Or even out of circle for that matter.

Hope this helps. Feel free to ask if you have any other questions.

Posted by: The Brat Prince (the_brat_prince)
Posted at: February 2nd, 2007 08:33 am (UTC)

I see her as the dark mother, the patron goddess of all Shapeshifters and Willworkers. She is the wild mother. Her male counterpart is Lucifer, or as Lawless said Dionysus (we belong to the same coven). The Consort sheds light on the more shadowy sides of Self and she helps clear the crap away, leaving a new leaner meaner whole which allows new growth without baggage.

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