Saturday, December 29, 2012

Lamech the Cainite’s Daughter Naamah
Linked to the Fallen Angel Azazel

By Helena Lehman
Pillar of Enoch Ministry

Fallen Angels” - Art by Lois Royo
In my own Language of God Series book research, I have discovered that Naamah the daughter of Lamech the Cainite was NOT Noah’s wife. She was, rather, the wife of a fallen angel named Azael in the Zohar, and Azael is a variation of the name Azazel, who can be associated with Lucifer or Satan. Naamah’s fallen angel husband is also called by the name Shamdon in “The Legends of the Jews” by Louis Ginsberg, which is a collection of the legends taken from the Jewish Midrash. Therein, Naamah is described as a very wicked woman:
“Unlike Istehar, the pious maiden, Naamah, the lovely sister of Tubal-Cain led the angels astray with her beauty, and from her union with Shamdon sprang the devil Asmodeus. She was as shameless as all the other descendants of Cain, and as prone to bestial indulgences. Cainite women and Cainite men alike were in the habit of walking abroad naked, and they gave themselves up to every conceivable manner of lewd practices. Of such were the women whose beauty and sensual charms tempted the angels from the path of virtue.” - Legends of the Jews, Volume 1
Here, we are told that this debased woman Naamah’s husband was a fallen angel. This means that her demon son, who was called Asmodeus, was a Nephilim. The Book of 1 Enoch states that God cursed the spirits of the Nephilim to become demons after their physical death, which is why Asmodeus was called a demon. Also according to the Book of 1 Enoch, the fallen angel Azazel taught mankind the use of cosmetics as well as the arts of metallurgy and metalworking:
And Azazel taught men to make swords, and knives, and shields, and breastplates, and made known to them the metals of the earth and the art of working them, and bracelets, and ornaments, and the use of antimony, and the beautifying of the eyelids, and all kinds of costly stones, and all colouring tinctures. 2. And there arose much godlessness, and they committed fornication, and they were led astray, and became corrupt in all their ways.” - 1 Enoch 8:1-2
Now, the Bible tells us that Naamah’s brother Tubal-Cain was the first “instructor of every artificer in brass and iron” (Genesis 4:22). So, since Azazel taught mankind about “the metals of the earth and the art of working them”, it can be inferred that Naamah’s brother Tubal-Cain would have learned metallurgy from his brother-in-law, the fallen angel Azazel.
Eros Abducting Psyche

Lamech the Cainite’s daughter Naamah is mentioned in Genesis, where very few women are named. Due to this, some assume that she can be identified with the wife of Noah, who had the same name. However, according to the Upright Record (a.k.a. Book of Jasher), Noah’s wife Naamah was a righteous daughter of Enoch the Sethite, who was the most righteous man ever born before the Great Flood. This makes much more sense than assuming that Noah married the wicked daughter of a Cainite clan member that was in rebellion against Yahweh. The Bible describes Noah as “a just man, perfect in his generations” that “walked with God” like Enoch the Sethite, whereas legend describes Lamech the Cainite’s daughter Naamah as a wicked woman whom Noah would have shunned, and never desired as a wife!

According to the Book of 1 Enoch, all of the women that married fallen angels became sirens or demonesses destined to roam the Earth forever without a physical body at death until the Last Judgment. At that time, the Book of Revelation suggests that these demonesses will be cast into the Lake of Fire along with Satan and the other fallen angels, their demon children, the Antichrist, the Beast, the False Prophet, and all their wicked human followers that took the Mark of the Beast. 

Here is an excerpt from my book “The Language of God in History” that delves into the reason why there are two women named Naamah that figure prominently in the Book of Genesis:
“The section of “The Legends of the Jews” introduced earlier shows that Jewish legend places the seed of the Serpent squarely in Naamah the Cainite’s seductive and evil embrace. There are also Jewish Midrash that purportedly link Naamah to the fallen angel Azael a.k.a. Azazel himself, thereby suggesting that the angel that possessed the Serpent in the Garden was the same angel that cohabited with Naamah. Incidentally, as the first woman to sleep with a fallen angel, Naamah’s spirit was condemned to become a Siren after her physical death, and since the queen of all demoness’ is the one named Lilith, it is likely that Naamah is Lilith today, and will be forever condemned to the Lake of Fire along with Azazel and the Antichrist one day.
“The section of “The Legends of the Jews” introduced earlier shows that Jewish legend places the seed of the Serpent squarely in Naamah the Cainite’s seductive and evil embrace. There are also Jewish Midrash that purportedly link Naamah to the fallen angel Azael a.k.a. Azazel himself, thereby suggesting that the angel that possessed the Serpent in the Garden was the same angel that cohabited with Naamah. Incidentally, as the first woman to sleep with a fallen angel, Naamah’s spirit was condemned to become a Siren after her physical death, and since the queen of all demoness’ is the one named Lilith, it is likely that Naamah is Lilith today, and will be forever condemned to the Lake of Fire along with Azazel and the Antichrist one day.

 In this regard, Naamah the wife of the fallen angel Azazel and daughter of Lamech the Cainite serves as the evil opposite of Naamah the wife of Noah the Sethite and daughter of Enoch the Scribe of Righteousness. While Naamah the Sethite bore Noah’s righteous and fully human son Shem in her womb, Naamah the Cainite slept with the Devil and gave birth to the first Nephilim giant. Likewise, while Noah’s wife Naamah raised Shem to be the righteous son chosen by God as heir to the promise in Genesis 3:15, Azazel’s wife Lilith raised a rebellious and evil Nephilim, who upon death became the demon Asmodeus. Now, whereas Shem’s bloodline led to the birth of Yahshua as the Seed of the Woman, Naamah the Cainite’s bloodline has led to the birth of the Antichrist, who is surely alive today and is simply waiting for his time to rule. When the Antichrist finally does come to power, Yahshua will return to crush the Antichrist and his minions, and the prophecy in Genesis 3:15 will at last be fulfilled!

In this regard, Naamah the Cainite and Naamah the Sethite illustrate the same duality in human nature as Enoch the Cainite and Enoch the Sethite - who were also on opposite poles spiritually. Interestingly, just as the evil Cain was born before the godly Abel, the evil counterparts to several other prominent shepherds of Yahweh’s flock were born before their righteous counterparts. Take for example, the fact that Nimrod was born before Abraham, Ishmael was born before Isaac, and Esau was born before Jacob, who became Israel! This clearly suggests that Satan has anticipated and attempted to counteract many of Yahweh God’s biggest moves toward mankind’s redemption throughout history. It also shows that Satan will do anything to obscure Yah’s truth, especially by cultivating spiritually and ideologically wicked people with totally opposing goals to God’s righteous followers!


As shown in this chapter and Chapter Seven, the obvious clash and animosity between the Cainite seed of the Serpent and the Seed of the Woman via the line of Seth has set the stage for many events throughout history. Indeed, this clash will reach its height immediately preceding the establishment of Christ’s Millennial Kingdom. Furthermore, as will be shown in Chapter Six, our antediluvian forebears understood this battle and also physically represented it on the Earth!” - Excerpt from Chapter 5,  pages 352 and 353 of “The Language of God in History,”  Copyright 2009 by Helena Lehman
To find out more about the evil legacy of the fallen angels via their interaction with mankind, and how this interaction shaped biblical and world history, please take a look at my 800-page book “The Language of God in History”, which discusses what is known about these evil beings, their affects on humanity and the course of history, and their presence in the world today:

“The Language of God in History”
By Helena Lehman - An Introduction:

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