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Or Naamah. (Hebrew נעמה‎) A symbol in Kabbalah related to (lust), seduction, and the infernal worlds (Klipoth, hell).

"Nahemah is the mother of (malignant beauty), passion and (adultery)." - Samael Aun Weor,

(also Lilit; Hebrew לילית‎, "the night visitor";) An ancient symbol appearing in Sumerian mythology (4000 BC). In the Zohar she is described as the feminine half or the first "wife" of Adam (the first man), and is the origin of many demonic spirits (elementaries) who plague mankind, including the sucubi and incubi generated by masturbation and sexual fantasy).

"In a hole by the great, supernal abyss, there is a certain female, a spirit above all spirits. We have explained that its name is Lilit. She was first with Adam, being his wife... In ancient books, it has been said that Lilit fled from Adam before that, namely before Eve was prepared. We did not understand it this way, because this female, Lilit, was with him. As long as this woman, Eve, was not made to be with Adam, Lilit was with him. When Eve was designed to be with him, Lilit fled to the sea, destined to harm the world." —Zohar

"...Lilith, the great mother of the demons..." —Zohar

-Nahemah is the mother of (adultery), (fornication), etc.

"These two women correspond to two submerged spheres within the very interior of the Earth, the infradimensional and the mineral." —Samael Aun Weor, Tarot and Kabbalah


So here I have to quick questions, why is it that these Demon Nahemah; is always symbolized or represented as a female, is there any esoteric clue to these, and The second question, the Bible states that in the beginning, Adam was a given a companion who is Eve!, Now Kabalistically and as the Zohar confirms, Adam had also two female Demons as a wife, Lilith and Nahemah;

"Lilith is the mother of abortions, (pederasty), (sexual degeneration), (homosexuality), (infanticides), etc…

Nahemah is the mother of (adultery). Nahemah (seduces) with the enchantment of her "beauty" and her virginity.
- Samael Aun Weor,

So if I was going to puzzles these out, so if Adam represents the Continents of Lemuria, could these two female Demons, represent the Atlanteans (The black magicians of Atlantis; Anthropologically speaking, I mean am trying to understand these, not in an Alchemical manner, but in the timeline of "Esoterically Anthropology? Anything would be greatly appreciated!
Okay thanks for all the effort to spread the light.
2 years ago
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Nahemah and Lilith are represented as women because they are the inverted powers of the left pillar of the Tree of Life. The left pillar is Boaz, symbolizing feminine energies. The right pillar is Jakin, symbolizing masculine force.

I am not familiar with an anthropological interpretation of Lilith and Nahemah constituting different root races. The reality is that every intellectual humanoid has the spheres of Lilith and Nahemah within their own psychology: crimes against nature and adultery / fornication. Different people have a greater predisposition towards one or the other.

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

2 years ago
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#22850
Accepted Answer
Nahemah and Lilith are represented as women because they are the inverted powers of the left pillar of the Tree of Life. The left pillar is Boaz, symbolizing feminine energies. The right pillar is Jakin, symbolizing masculine force.

I am not familiar with an anthropological interpretation of Lilith and Nahemah constituting different root races. The reality is that every intellectual humanoid has the spheres of Lilith and Nahemah within their own psychology: crimes against nature and adultery / fornication. Different people have a greater predisposition towards one or the other.

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

2 years ago
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Very well, Almustafa!
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