Lillith is found in the Inanna (Sumerian goddess) story “The Hallupu Tree” found in the book “Inanna, Queen of heaven and Earth: Her Stories and Hymns from Sumer” By Diane Wolkstein, and Samuel Noah Kraemer, published by Harper and Row Publishers 1983. Here Lillith is seen as “the dark maid” who “built her home in the trunk& of Inanna’s Hallupu tree. When Inanna’s brother, Gilgamesh (according to this story) drove Lillith out of the tree she “fled to the wild, uninhabited places.”
Antonia Langsdorf is blessed with musical talent, as well as in the visual and performing arts, and can be successful in a number of artistic fields - even when experiencing inability to fully recognize her own talents. She also has enormous talent in business, and her great deal of charm and charisma can be used effectively to attract the people and support she needs. More... More flavors to Antonia's personality Antonia Langsdorf tends to be quite adaptable, and she finds it easy to fit into most social set ups and vocational fields.