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Conversation Between PatsFanInVa and Greatest I am
First of all, your facility with English far exceeds anything I've acquired in any foreign language. Your English is very good. And by the way, I have to admit to admiring the Laic traditions of the French.
I'm afraid I may not be much help, although I'd be glad to look at the post. But if
But bear in mind, Satan's a much weaker character in ancient Jewish terms than in Christian terms, and that Asherah/Astarte very likely predates any notion of shaitan, who's more the "devil's advocate" in Judaism than the horned devil of Christianity -- so there might be a mis-match here between these concepts. It's a very common Christian practice to adjust preexisting works to fit into the Christian paradigm... but I am glad to look.
Your linguistic skill shame this Frenchman my friend. I lack actual formal English education. But I have no excuse. Some of it is likely just laziness on my part.
I have been toying with the Christian blend of Jewish lore of Eden.
I have an O P in the works. I admit to not liking.
Here is the proposed title.
Is Satan both the Holy Spirit and God’s wife or Asherah?
I will try to show that Satan was the holy spirit and that the trinity was father, son and mother. You likely know that fire and Satan in esoteric terms are good and I wonder if you can bring that out in the loving type terms that I want to foster to show why God favors Satan?
Let me ask in advance if you would like to opine, adjust, slash, or burn my short O P.
If I can impose.
I do not want to blow this one as in a sense, it might be close to what the writers of that myth intended. Jews may have seen the serpent as God's feminine side.