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Living Lilith: Four Dimensions of the Cosmic Feminine Paperback – February 24, 2009
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About the Author
M. Kelley Hunter has studied the stars as an astrologer, mythologist and amateur astronomer for over 30 years. Co-founder of the Roots of Astrology experiential conferences, she is now astrologer-in-residence for the Omega Institute winter programs in the Caribbean. She leads star gazing nights and astrology workshops, and writes about the sky for various publications. She has mentored adult students at Norwich University and other colleges.
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However, in future writings by her or others, I would love to see greater psychological insight into the affects of these powerful astrological influences on human behavior rather than the more glamorous yet less balanced and useful treatment of the myths and legends associated with them. Frankly, one has come to expect in their treatment thus far from the writers who have interpreted Lilith from a woman's point of view, this more glamorous rather than deeper psychological interpretation. Lilith is not just a stealer of babies, she is a teacher of higher wisdom -- the wisdom we may or may not wish to know. And since men have Liliths too, then Lilith is clearly not so much a symbol of women's lib, as an aspect of human nature, representing, in my opinion and experience placing the Dark Moon Lilith in over 30,000 charts where she is, surprisingly and invariably, the most powerful significator in the chart, the focus of our genius and ultimate wholeness, as well as of the creative and realistic integration between our left-brain and right-brain natures; yet also the main focus of our division and separation and alienation when the Lilith energies are not manifested properly and productively.
As Delphine Jay shows so brilliantly in INTERPRETING LILITH, the must-read on the subject, the only truly balanced book on the subject, Lilith must be used objectively, universally, and creatively -- then we flourish -- rather than subjectively, uncreatively, or for selfish motives -- then we suffer. Ultimately, the Dark Moon Lilith forces us to be creative and universal and realistic -- and thus to be truly great and to do great things on the highest level of our potential for all humanity. She is like a seductress, a magical Delilah for good.
Thank you, once again, for this revealing book -- I can't wait to see the next book bringing Lilith hopefully out in all her glory.