The Book of Lilith

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Nicolas-Hays, 1986 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 127 pages
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Lilith is the mythological she-demon of the night known to many cultures. It is said that Adam's original consort was Lilith, and she represents the first Eve. Lilith is an archetypal part of the self, and this book helps modern men and women reconect withthis powerful energy in order to transform it and themselves.

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User Review  - Andrei Stinga - Goodreads

Barbara Black Koltuv's book is an easy to read book, although it's subject is not that easy to grasp. It's packed full with historical references, psychological analysis and personal conclusions drawn ... Read full review

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User Review  - Filippus Sergius Angelus - Goodreads

This book was a very good introduction to the Lilith myth. Koltuv did a fantastic job of summarizing it's history and various appearances in different cultures. Her own Jungian archetypal theories ... Read full review


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Lilith the Seductress
Liuth and the Daughters of Eve

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About the author (1986)

Dr. Barbara Black Koltuv is a clinical psychologist and a Jungian analyst. She is a graduate of the C.G. Jung Institute in New York. After receiving her Ph.D. degree from Columbia University, Dr. Koltuv graduated from the New York University Post Doctoral Program in Psychoanalysis where she studied dream work intensively with Erich Fromm. She has been fascinated by, and has collected, amulets, talismans and magical jewelry since childhood. Dr. Koltuv is the author of"The Book of Lilith", "Weaving Woman", "Solomon and Sheba: Individuation and Inner Marriage", all published by Nicolas-Hays and lives in New York City.

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