As Above, So Below
Awakening of consciousness and sharpening of intuition, which in itself is the 3 Eye.
H: 66.50mm // 2-5/8”
W: 28.01mm // 1-1/18”
D: 6.42mm // 1/4”
- Dimond Box #9 made out of 925 silver
- Bell made out of 925 silver
- Arrows made of yellow brass
- Lilith eyes made out of 925silver
- Lilith Made out of yellow brass
- Chain 4mm/60cm Stainless Steel
( custom size available )
26.19 g #9
0.924 oz #5
0.842 ozt #5
16.84 dwt #10
130.84 ct #9
404.2 gn #10
H: #5 Creation
Lilith is a female figure in Mesopotamian and Judaic mythology, alternatively the first wife of Adam and supposedly the primordial she-demon. Lilith is cited as having been "banished" from the Garden of Eden for not complying and obeying Adam. She is mentioned in Biblical Hebrew in the Book of Isaiah, and in Late Antiquity in Mandaean mythology and Jewish mythology sources from 500 CE onward. Lilith appears in historiolas (incantations incorporating a short mythic story) in various concepts and localities that give partial descriptions of her. She is mentioned in the Babylonian Talmud (Eruvin 100b, Niddah 24b, Shabbat 151b, Baba Bathra 73a), in the Book of Adam and Eve as Adam's first wife, and in the Zohar Leviticus 19a as "a hot fierytle who first cohabited with man".
The biblical Lilith inspired the author and first Jewish feminist theologian Judith Plaskow to write, 'The Coming of Lilith' examining patriarchal dominance in Judaism and Christianity, and the writing of 'Which Lilith' exploring the diverse identities of this historical figure by feminists including Enid Dame.
Lilith continues to serve as source material in today's popular culture, Western culture, literature, occultism, fantasy, and horror often depicted as a woman fighting for equality and striving for fairness.
This necklace has an esoteric meaning, all dimensions of Divine Proportion.
People who know the meaning of this necklace need no description.
The design represents Lilith being defeated by himself.
Original MICHAL ZIEBA Design.
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