Lilith Rising

Rated 4.00/5 based on 3 reviews
This little book offers a new interpretation of the myth of the Garden of Eden. It reinstates Lilith in her true power as a woman who is brave enough to go against the words of God and eat an apple from the tree of knowledge. More

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Published by Paganarchy Press
Words: 6,870
Language: English
ISBN: 9780955798412
About Lynx Wildwood

Lynx Wildwood is a Qabalist, Mystic and Magician. She is dedicated to raising awareness of religion/dogma free western Shamanism and Magic, and to helping people to work towards personal empowerment, spiritual transformation, and enlightenment. She runs courses on Qabalah, Tarot and Magic and works with people 1 -1 as a sacred psychotherapist.

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Review by: Rebecca Darby on April 26, 2012 :
This is a great little book, but not without its faults. The main one, in my view, is the chapter called "Origin", which presents information as though it were well-known historical fact. It may well be true - I don't know, and the author offers no means of checking - so the main concern with it is that someone might reject its claims and fail to engage with the rest of the book.

The story presented at the core is, however, beautiful and valuable, and I would love to share it with everyone willing to listen. The Garden of Eden story as usually told is a sad one, and this retelling brings back a feeling of bliss and personal empowerment.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Anna-Marie Swan on April 24, 2012 : (no rating)
This book made me feel so many emotions: joy for the beautiful story that celebrates woman, and sad for the world and myself that we are brought up learning a different story. The language is evocative and the images created through it have stayed with me. This story healed a part of myself that I didn't even realise was grieving.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Anna-Marie Swan on April 24, 2012 : (no rating)
This book made me feel so many emotions: joy for the beautiful story that celebrates woman, and sad for the world and myself that we are brought up learning a different story. The language is evocative and the images created through it have stayed with me. This story healed a part of myself that I didn't even realise was grieving.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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