Lilith (moon)

From Kook Science

Lilith is the designation of a hypothetical natural satellite of the planet Earth proposed by Walter Gorn Old (known as Sepharial) for use in astrology, based partially on the earlier claims of Georg Waltemath regarding a second moon. Sepharial stated that this moon was "no longer a luminous body, but revolves still about the Earth in an orbit at a mean distance of 1,040,000 miles in 119 days," and that it is "only visible to us under certain conditions, namely, when at a particular angular distance or elongation from the Sun and at the time of its transit over the disc."[1]


  1. * Sepharial (pseud.) (1911), "Some Recondite Problems", The Kabala of Numbers: a Handbook of Interpretation, London: W. Rider & Son, Ltd., p. 193,