Lilith Mystic Vision Ancient Goddess Mesopotamian Babylonian Unisex Pendant Charm NecklacePN# ETM-112
Lilith is a modern goddess patterned after the deities of the Assyrian world. With the wings and feet of an eagle, her element is air, and her mystic vision is as sharp as the worldly vision of the eagle.
Lilith holds two sacred hoops made by joining together the opposite ends of two sticks. In this way she shows that sacred circles are made by overcoming all opposites, divisions and dualisms.
The pendant would make a lovely addition to a necklace as the focal point at the bottom.
- Lilith Goddess pendant necklace comes on a 33 in L black cord.
- Made from pewter over metal. PN ETM-112.
- Size: 1 1/2 in L x 5/8 in W x 1/16 in thick.
Lilith's name is derived from the Babylonian words Lili, meaning a male devil, and Liatu, meaning a female devil. Lilith is a goddess beyond all dualities. She is not a virgin, but neither has she known a man. She has an earthly form, but is one with the sky. Her mind is the temple of science, but she hears her heart just as much.
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