Lilith’s End is centered around the woman whose story was banished from the bible. She was created from the earth just like Adam was in the story of Adam and Eve, but she refused to have sex with Adam and let him dominate her. For this, God banished her. From then on she was rumored to be the primary succubus of succubi, raping men in their sleep to have her lilim children.
In this modern-life adaptation, I proposed a theory on how Lilith lives forever. She has the young body she originally had from her creation, but when she becomes sterile, she must kill herself and be reborn from the earth, as in burying her as we do any of our other dead. In the story, there is a man who is obsessed by her- he is her slave and possibly the person most directly in the line of Adam at the time. (Adam’s eldest son to his eldest son to his eldest son and so on) It’s revenge on Adam and God.
This man, though never named, has the job of digging up Lilith once she is reborn. He suffers from her control of his mind through her ghost haunting him. His inability to interact correctly with other human beings probably comes from being raised by Lilith as a slave. Lilith does have sex with him after the rebirth supposedly to “renew her bond with Adam.” In my belief, Lilith did not wish to be dominated by Adam, but wished to dominate or equate him, which she does with his lineage. Also, Adam’s direct sons are created through Lilith’s manipulation of the current son to rape or consensually have sex with a daughter within close lineage of Eve, causing possible cases of incest.
Anyway, the man is mad. A part of his mind is vaguely aware that he is a slave, possibly a part where Adam remains to fight Lilith, and tries to free him from her grasp by putting him in prison, or distracting him from his main goal. Unfortunately, the man’s mind is very muddled and his rebeling part of his mind can only make him say “I killed her.” After police figure out that the death of Lilith was a suicide, they send him to a mental facility. He escapes somehow, hurting himself in the process, then follows Lilith’s spirit to the grave where he digs her up and has sex with her.
Now, without looking for meaning in this piece, it is truthfully disturbing.
I really made this as a metaphor for the rebellion of every individual against everything: that which they find pleasure in, that which is good for the world supposedly. This relates to my theory of Inconsistency. People stop things, or at least I stop things, and start up opposites. There is never any quiet, unified pace of consistency, I understand that, but life lacks consistency altogether. Lilith employs this pattern of inconsistency. She does use a pattern of life and death, of the systematic stealing of Adam’s sons, but she creates inconsistencies in the world around her, such as how one minute she and the man are having sex, and then a while after he’s listening to her have sex without him and it lulls him to sleep. He’s used to it, but he’s used to everything by now. It’s this pattern of inconsistency, in this case the opposite opposite opposite scenario.
I could talk about this forever, but trust me, even I would get bored of myself. I’ll stop here.