In actually, the steps of Genesis to be speculating on the existence of a woman who preceded Eve explains that Lilith was created from the earth like Adam, but then became a demon, like those malicious spirits that are created during the first six days of Creation, because they become demons rebelled against the Lord that gave them a body as were Adam and Eve, who said they were united in one mind before it is divided and then formed as the first man and first woman of mankind. The creation of man and woman is in fact mentioned in the first chapter:
In the second chapter is then repeated with different words, before the creation of man from the dust of the ground (Genesis 2:7) The Tao Of Badass and then, from Adam's rib (Genesis 2:22), the creation of the woman called Eve.
Commentators argue that the Torah before it was presented by Lord Eve to Adam, Lilith saw it but did not like. Other sources claim that even for a period of Lilith and Adam lived in the Garden of Eden, until they met in a furious quarrel, caused by anything but submissive behavior of women: they mated, but then it would indeed be rejected to satisfy the sexual demands of her partner who wanted to lie down on her. Following the fight, Lilith would climb to the sky, turning into a demon in the relentless pursuit of infants and of male seed.
Although the Talmudic references to Lilith are sparse, these passages provide the best image of the demoness yet seen in Judaic literature, which refers to Lilith's Mesopotamian origins and prefigure her future as the perceived exegetical enigma of Genesis. Recalling Lilith we have seen, Talmudic allusions to portray it as having "wings" and long hair, going back to the first mention in Gilgamesh:
"Rab Judah citing Samuel ruled: If an abortion had the likeness of Lilith its mother is unclean by reason of birth, it is a child but it has wings. »