Sunday, November 22, 2015

Was the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil That Was Forbidden Really the Bloodline of Prometheus?

“The Fall of Man” by Lucas Cranach the Elder. The Tree of Knowledge is on the right.

I’ve been looking at the symbolism of the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil and it is a smaller tree as compared to the Tree of Life and at the top is a woman coming out with either a snake body for her lower half or she is coiled in a snake.

 Adam, Eve, and the (female) Serpent (often identified as Lilith) at the entrance to Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.

The shape of this tree is almost a T or a Tau.  The fact that the serpent is shown as a woman and is often associated with Lilith is very telling.  Per my exposure of Jewish Kabbalah-Qlippoth, I have shown that both of these trees are genetic representations of family trees and one corresponds to the Cronides and the other the Prometheans.  Lilith is a descendant of Prometheus and is said to have mated with Samael (who is also a Promethean descendant) and both of them are part of the Qlippoth (Tree of Death).  Lilith is shown as a red-haired woman with a coiled snake around her and is sometimes confused with Ishtar-Aphrodite who is shown with lions.

Lilith (1892) by John Collier in Southport Atkinson Art Gallery

Burney Relief, Babylon (1800-1750 BCE). The figure in the relief was sometimes identified with Lilith, based on a misreading of an outdated translation of the Epic of Gilgamesh. Modern research has identified the figure as either Ishtar or Ereshkigal.

I believe the Tree of Knowledge was the symbolic equivalent of the bloodline of Prometheus-Lucifer and that is why the tree was forbidden.  Prometheus-Lucifer-Set was a red-haired white man and Lilith is often represented as a red-haired white woman.  There is also the possibility that the red-haired woman-snake can also be Prometheus-Lucifer-Set-Satan since he is often represented as a bisexual/hermaphrodite.