Raise your hand if you knew Adam’s first wife wasn’t Eve? History has a way of glossing over powerful women like Lilith, Adam’s first wife. Not to say she was erased entirely from the history books. She appears in the Torah, the Dead Sea Scrolls, the epic of Gilgamesh, and is referenced in the bible by Moses himself. Her name traces back to the original word for “night monster” and she’s often depicted as a dangerous demon, a serpent, a succubus, and the first vampire. Not bad for a goddess and original founder of the First Wives Club.