According to the Book of Adam, Lilith was Adam’s first wife and presumably the primordial she-demon. She was expelled from the Garden of Eden because she refused to follow Adam. She was born on the same day as Adam, but she abandoned him after marrying the Archangel Samuel.
She sprouted wings and flew away from Eden, arguing that she could not be ruled by Adam because they were both formed by God from the soil.
Lilith is on the loose on Earth, preying on expectant mothers and babies. She was shown by Michelangelo as a half-woman, half-serpent who coiled around the tree of knowledge.
Because of her infertility, her breasts are loaded with poison rather than milk, and she acts aggressively toward young males.
According to the Dead Sea Scrolls, she had sexual relations with men while they slept. She even made love to Adam after he had divorced Eve and had given birth to male and female devils.
People were enticed by Lilith to build the Tower of Babel, but God destroyed them and turned them into apes, spirits, devils, and demons.
God created man and woman at the same time in Genesis 1:27, but she made Eve from Adam’s rib in Genesis 2:7.