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The Demon Behind Feminism and Witchcraft


By Vladimir Savchuk | April 22, 2024 | 4 mins

The Demon Behind Feminism and Witchcraft

Throughout our culture, we have seen the idea of Lilith portrayed in movies like True Blood, shows like Supernatural, and even cartoons like the Hazbin Hotel. She is always depicted as a demon or a seductive woman. So is Lilith a demon or just a symbol we see in culture?

The Origins

Lilith, originated from ancient Mesopotamia (traced back to the Sumerian figure of lilitu, dating around 3000 BC) and was linked to part of a larger group of entities in Mesopotamian mythology. She was considered an evil spirit associated with darkness and seduction; and, she was particularly aimed at targeting pregnant women and infants.

In Jewish folklore, the Babylonian Talmud (a text of Rabbinic Judaism) identifies Lilith as a night demon and suggests that Lilith might be responsible for the sudden unexplained deaths of infants, a belief consistent with Mesopotamian myths. They would also use charms and amulets to protect women and children her malevolent influence.

In today’s day and age, we also see Lilith often embraced as a symbol of female empowerment, independence, and sexuality. She is especially celebrated in Wiccan and witchcraft communities for her association with resisting oppression and reclaiming personal power.

The Biblical Analysis On This Spirit

1. In the Bible, Lilith is mentioned in Isaiah 34:14 as part of a prophetic vision involving wild creatures in desolate environments.

This verse refers to a “night creature” in Hebrew. It’s Lilith. Some see this as the name of a female night demon.

2. Lilith is not Adam’s first wife. Eve is Adam’s first wife. 

3. Lilith is a radical feminist who tries to remove God’s structures of authority in the family.

  • She desires to dismantle patriarchal systems in all forms of life (Eph 5:22-24; 1 Tim 2:11-14 male leadership in the church and household).
  • She desires to destroy traditional gender roles (1 Cor 14:34-35 – distinct roles in the churches; Titus 2:3-5 distinct roles in the family).
  • Pushes the idea that marriage is oppressive to women (Gen 2:24; Mt 19:4-6).
  • Desires to dismantle restrictions around sexuality (Heb 13:4; 1 Cor 6:18-20 having to do with purity and modesty in sexuality).

4. Lilith came to represent rebellion against authority.

The Bible specifically calls rebellion a sin (1 Sa 15:23) and goes on to describe severe consequences for the sin of rebellion (Numbers 16).

5. Lilith is a demon.

  • Dr. Bob Larson views Lilith as the prototype of all feminine demonic worship. He implies that even Jezebel is simply a form of Lilith.
  • Lilith is an unclean demon that seems to haunt people in the dreams of the night and visions of the day. It can appeal to men in the likeness of women and to women in the likeness of men. Lilith seems to attack people in the sexual and reproductive realms of life. It also attacks children and childbearing. Lilith seduces men to drain their essence and sleeps with men to steal their seed to impregnate herself.

If you have encountered any dreams in this nature, it’s important to remember that being attacked in your sleep doesn’t automatically mean you have a demon. Similarly, just because you experience a visitation from God in a dream doesn’t mean you are a Christian. God visited Pharaohs and Babylonian kings, yet they were unbelievers. However, if the problem persists, seek deliverance.

Conclusion

Almost every genuine deliverance minister has dealt with casting out a demon that harasses a person in their sleep through nightmares and sexual dreams. 

If you are being harassed at night, there is hope for you. Repent of any witchcraft spells, love potions, or any other sexual sins. Devote your life to Jesus. Declare your body belongs to Jesus. Renounce every incubus and succubus, and have someone pray for deliverance for you. 

The Bible tells us that “You shall not be afraid of the terror by night, nor of the arrow that flies by day” Psalm 91:5.

Freedom is yours in Jesus’ name.

Read: KFC is Promoting Lilith


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