The Spirit of Lilith, Pre-Adamic Demons, and Worldly Psychiatry **mp3**

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Pastor Crouch of Restoration Ministries in his open classroom setting, shares about the teaching of Lilith. He breaks the ice on the topic in a fun and humorous way, sharing from a popular article publication / Sun Magazine. He highlighted that it is a factual teaching out there, and that Adamkind did go through two creations. However he does not agree with some comments of the author, although it was fun to read. He doubles down that Lilith truly is a demonic spirit of the woman that strongly challenged Adam’s position as made in God’s image, (this was before the rib was taken from his side). Lilith may have been from the races that were put in the garden before Adam was created. Out of envy, she rebelled against Adam, and during her life, joined in league with Satan. There are some that teach she’s the true mother of Cain, not Eve. There were many races in the garden so this topic can get foggy, some new doctrines about the seed of Satan being from Eve he cast’s doubt on. Some books are discussed, calling out the Lilth doctrine as a mainstream subject in ancient Hebrew teaching (back to BC times). He mentioned the doctrine is highlighted in Strong’s dictionary, although that’s a topic for another day. Listen to the clip on this segment, taken from his “Power of Life and Death is in the Tongue” series, Lesson 31, pre-lesson discussion time.


An archeological study showing this doctrine of Lilith was not only from Judaism, may be found at

You may lookup the Strongs number 3917, showing her to be a demon that inhabits wasteplaces of Edom. As the Scriptures tell us Edom will continue expanding and wasting true Israelite (Christian) lands till Christ returns (now NWO leaders under the Papacy and of atheist circles of false Judaism), this may continue till these enemies are made Christ’s footstool.

While Lilith is not mentioned again in the Bible, she does resurface in the Dead Sea Scrolls found at Qumran. The Qumran sect was engrossed with demonology, and Lilith appears in the Song for a Sage, a hymn possibly used in exorcisms: “And I, the Sage, sound the majesty of His beauty to terrify and confound all the spirits of destroying angels and the bastard spirits, the demons, Lilith. . ., and those that strike suddenly, to lead astray the spirit of understanding, and to make desolate their heart.”7 The Qumran community was surely familiar with the Isaiah passage, and the Bible’s sketchy characterization of Lilith is echoed by this liturgical Dead Sea Scroll. (Lilith may also appear in a second Dead Sea Scroll. See the following article in this issue.) more

Now as the doctrine is very central and mainstream in Judaism, we’ll share some of the basic information they put out:

The doctrine of Lilith is a Jewish so-called “legend” that traces back to ancient (BC times) written practices used before and after the Babylonian captivity. Lilith is a female demon who is said to be the first wife of Adam, created before Eve, from the same dust as him. However, she refused to submit to Adam and left the Garden of Eden. She became the mother of demons and the enemy of human children, especially newborn boys

Jews have used various methods and objects to protect themselves and their children from the evil influence of lilith. One of the most common ways is to wear or place amulets, which are small pieces of parchment, metal, or stone, inscribed with the names of God, angels, or biblical verses. Amulets are often worn around the neck, or hung on the walls, doors, or windows of the house. Amulets are believed to ward off lilith and other harmful forces by invoking the power and protection of God

Another way to protect from lilith is to use mezuzzahs, which are small cases that contain a scroll with the Shema prayer (Deuteronomy 6:4-9, 11:13-21). Mezuzzahs are affixed to the doorposts of Jewish homes, as a sign of their faith and obedience to God. Mezuzzahs are also thought to prevent lilith and other evil spirits from entering the house, as they are repelled by the sacred words of the Torah

Other methods and objects that Jews have used to protect from lilith include:

• Reciting prayers and blessings, especially before going to sleep or giving birth

• Naming the child after a biblical or rabbinic figure, or giving the child a second name, to confuse lilith and make her think that the child is already dead or protected.

• Placing garlic, iron, or knives near the bed or the cradle, as these are believed to scare away lilith and other demons

• Circumcising the male child on the eighth day, as this is a sign of the covenant between God and Abraham, and a mark of belonging to the Jewish people

This is for information only. It isn’t to say we officially confirm such doctrine, but that there are various such similar doctrines of the pre-Adamic and Adamic era demons (disembodied souls of part angel or other beings, and their offspring) taught throughout any Biblical rooted faith. Any who teach on Genesis 6 beings, the Nephillim, book of Jude, those of the “strange flesh” which brought the destruction of Sodom, etc.

An archeological study showing this doctrine of Lilith was not only from Judaism, may be found at