Message from The Green Fairy in welp. u already Kno... #general
Yes it was written in Hebrew
It states she is in the Bible
@bible whore 1 She isn't becuz ure misrepresentating a word that doesn't translate to *"Adams 1st wife"* genius. Lol!
Exactly as I said
Post-Biblical Rabinnic tradition
She was in the Bible even eagles sources say so
This is a simple reference to an owl
@Deleted User Exactly bro...she doesn't even understand that language. 👌
Lol! Now shes dancing around
it’s a metaphor remember
Wiggles words not mine
@bible whore 1 & what's a metaphor Bo Jangles *(rhetorical)?* Lol! You're bad at this
So once again she is in the Bible
She isn’t just some pagan BS
@bible whore 1 So once again, u don't know the difference & deflect... ✔
YOU are deflecting
It has all peaked my curiosity. I'll be researching more info even though I think it is all mythology. Doesn't mean I discount that there may be some truths to be gleaned from the stories.
Margin notes are where Doctrine is written, I tend to stay away from them
@Deleted User you sound like that crazy guy from your old server. You know the one you deleted after you threatened to doxx everyone? I think his name was legend. But anyway. Remember he kept saying "you don't understand the language! You don't understand!" And you kept saying "But it's in the bible! The bible is the true word!" And all that stuff.
@bible whore 1 No I returned ur limp wristed serve & u fumbled 👌
Once again you can say that but post proof she wasn’t in the Bible
I have been waiting
It’s like....you don’t have any
@The Green Fairy The Biblical narrative Ana used debunked her bluff. The end. You're hanging yourself kiddie
Lucky I like pain then, huh? ☺
But still. If it's in the bible, then it must be true? Her and even eagle have shown she is in the bible, Lover x
He won’t post proof
@The Green Fairy What she claimed isn't in the Bible ya' crazy Aussie. Lol!
But... It's in the bible. Isaiah.
my KJV sez schreech owl
Liliths name transfers over and means screech owl
margin note sez Monster
Lilith a night creature makes one appearance in the Christian's Bible, in Isaiah 34, which enumerates the fierce denizens of the desert wilderness: hyenas, goat-demons and “the Lilith” (Isaiah 34:14). (In the King James Version, “Lilith” is translated “screech owl” making a reference which some connect to Ishtar or Inanna, but personas of both make them unrelated.