If you read the first few chapters of the book of Genesis in the , you'll notice that there are two accounts of the creation of human beings that are slightly different.
The story combines various elements from folk tradition and superstition into a cohesive whole that manages to make belief in the story of Lilith feel more Biblical and less, well, superstitious.
Next come Ernmas' other three daughters: , , and the Morrígan.
When he meets her, she is washing herself, standing with one foot on either side of the river Unius.
In these gothic and decadent surroundings, Morgan Schagerberg tells the story of living and dying, of loving and of the capability to accept love.
The demoness could be held at bay, however, by magical amulets inscribed with the names of the three angels sent to capture her.