Lilith’s sister, Naamah! Seductive Heart of Darkness!

Naamah, Seductive Heart of Darkness, she is a broken Mirror and a Ash filled world. Wild and just wanting to fuck and take the seed, she has gone threw many Incarnations and it shows in her bearing and Attitude. At once slut and queen, mother and sister, her personality and whims change at the drop of a Hat.

Naamah in a Towel- Copyrite Vincent Piazza

The sister of Tubalcain was Naamah; whose name signifies “pleasant”, fair and beautiful; and is thought by some to be the Venus of the Romans; the Arabic writers say she was a most beautiful woman, and found out colors and painting and gave them to us. And by others Minerva; and Josephus says she excelled in the knowledge of divine things; and Minerva is by the Greeks called Nemanoum. Some say she was the wife of Noah; and some of them say she was the wife of one Shimron, and the mother of the demon Asmodeus, mentioned in Tobit, and of whom other demons were begotten.

The Targuru of Jonathan adds, “she was the mistress of lamentation and songs; The midrash (Midrash ha-Gadol, Gen. Rabbah 4:22) relates that Naamah was the most beautiful woman in the world, so much so that she caused the ministering angels to fall prey to her loveliness for they thought she was one of them.

As it is said (Gen. 6:2): “The sons of God saw how beautiful the daughters of men were.” The late Midrash and the Zohar developed the figure of Naamah as a seducer of men and even of demons, and as you will see, she took to this role quite well.

She is complicated,yet simple at the same moment.
Naamah was created directly by God, as was Eve and Lilith.
Naamah and Lilith lived in the Red Sea coast where they were expelled by God.
Naamah appearance is of an all Black or White Haired Queen fallen from grace, with a wild frenzied look about her.

Very young with old eyes one moment, a Spider spinning a web the next. spiders are considered a sacred animal to this Dark Goddess, as she is seen a goddess of weaving and altering the fates of men and woman. And so she works on Victor’s fate as well as the victim, just like the spider that is her animal. Naamah was the wife of Shamadon and the union with this spirit produced Asmodeus (Ashmedai), the king of the demons.

Also according to Zohar, Naamah corrupted Uzza and Azael. Naamah is often named as the mother of the demon Asmodai, the consort of the Lesser Lilith (Lilith and Samael’s daughter). Often jealous of each other, but Lilith the younger, being more sensual, young and beautiful then Naamah would slowly convince her that they should act as one to corrupt the fallen angels and their leader Semyaza. Naamah is generally identified with the daughter of Lamech. Naamah is a demon and a Goddess, so she acts as such, Her fellow succubi are Lilith, Eisheth Zenunim, and Agrat Bat Mahlat.


She, causes epilepsy in children. She has the portfolio of an angel (albeit of prostitution), and a primordial goddess of lost time, of time gone by. She has a hidden agenda that even Lilith the Elder knows nothing about.Like her sister, Naamah is said to strangle sleeping babies. (She’s blamed for SIDS: Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, also known as crib or cot death.) She can be a powerful ally to those she perceives as her constituents, and she knows it. If you ask things of her, even the smallest of favors, she will ask a gift and will take her due. As one of the four mates/wives of the archangel Samael, Naamah, an ancient and mysterious spirit, is a Sister, sometime ally, sometime rival, sometime traveling companion of Lilith. She likes Fine necklaces and hanging earrings, and can be appeased in rituals using such trinkets. Mostly scantily clad when it suits her mood, and is fond of dispersing and reappearing around and on top of her consorts, or the hapless Adapt who may try and call her; to drive them to Madness,This is our Naahmah!

A small tease of my upcoming Lecture; “Lilith, Queen of the Blood Moon”, Being Held at The Glass Coffin in Austin, Tex on Sunday, October 6th…. See you there.

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