The Disillusioned Earthbound Human: A Tragedy, ┬áPart V: “Lilith in the cornfield.”

The drafter of Genesis, while unknown, is credited with producing one of the most impactful works of fiction ever written. Yet, almost immediately the masterpiece went into revision.
It seems the writer penned in a voluptuous, confidently beautiful, Lilith as the first woman created by God; and, we’re told, this first woman was supposed to serve as a sidekick of sorts to the first man, a.k.a., Adam.
Well, apparently, there were some major issues with how the character Lilith was depicted, beginning with how she was created.
It seems the woman, in this particular version of the genesis (there are many), was supposed to be created from one of Adam’s ribs, to cleverly attest to her subservient status to his. Well, the writer must have missed that memo, as I’m sure happened back then also, because he created Lilith from the same Earth, dust, as Adam, making her his equal.
Okay, big boo-boo there, true, but next the writer developed Lilith, not as a docile, obedient, submissive little go-fer mate, rather as a rebellious, non-conformist, staunchly independent woman, who was not about to play second fiddle to no man, first, second, or last created; and then, there was this little something about her sexual appetite and demands to be on top in the boudoir. (This writer was great!)
When Adam demanded her compliance (per God’s command), and full submission to his will, she simply packed her gear and walked. (Probably the most powerful lesson in The Bible to women.)
It was clear Adam could not handle this first lady on his own, and had to make that call for reinforcements, and sure enough, mediators were dispatched from above.
Apparently, exercising her womanly prerogatives, mind made up, Lilith not only has the audacity to argue with and refuse the commands of not one, but three Archangels, Angels sent by God himself to deal with her, uh, attitude, she also (allegedly) manages to seduce yet a fourth Archangel, Samael (several times).