Allat اللات was a Pre-Islamic Arabian goddess who was one of the three chief goddesses of Mecca. She is mentioned in the Qur’an (Sura 53:19), which indicates that pre-Islamic Arabs considered her as one of the daughters of Allah and Shams along with Manat and Al-Uzza.
The shrine and temple dedicated to al-Lat in Taif was demolished by Abu Sufyan ibn Harb, on the orders of Muhammad, during the Expedition of Abu Sufyan ibn Harb, in the same year as the Battle of Tabuk (which occurred in October 630 AD). The destruction of the idol was a demand by Muhammad before any reconciliation could take place with the citizens of Taif who were under constant attack.
According to midrashic literature, Adam’s first wife was not Eve but a woman named Lilith, who was created in the first Genesis account. Only when Lilith rebelled and abandoned Adam did God create Eve, in the second account, as a replacement.
Lilith was the descendant of the Sumerian goddess, Ninlil. You can see the root name “LIL” in both names. Lilith is said by Cabbalist pagan occultic Jews to be the wife of Satan. According to these Cabbalist blsphemers, Elohim was married to Shekhina, but left her for Lilith, and when Elohim returns to Shakhina, the Messianic Kingdom will come in. Lilith is also the goddess of the Eastern Star, and when a Freemason has sexual intercourse with his wife, it is taught in that cult that he is in union with Lilith. Nice doctrine, right?
Allat is then the direct descendant of Lilith. How? The name tells all. You may not see the connection. Allat is a contracted form of the Babylonian name, “AL ILAT” meaning, “The Goddess.” Note the “ILAT.” This is from “BA ILI” and “BA ILAT.” The “LIL” form is easily seen, and the heritage of their name changes is very clear in the epigraphs.
Each goddess was the consort of some god– Ninlil was goddess consort to Enlil in Sumer, BA’ILI to BAAL, and so on. Allat, coming directly from Babylon and Lilith, was consort to Allah (AL ILAH), the god of Islam.
The one thing that came about from Monotheism was the oppression of women, women used to hold powerful positions in pre Monotheistic times, Monotheism in fact demonizes women as evil and deceiving, from witch hunts to blaming Eve for casting mankind out of heaven.
In fact when we look at the story of Lilith she is replaced by the Serpent in the Christian and Jewish faith as Satan in some interpretations who tempts Eve with the fruit of knowledge, the Monotheist God is opposed to knowledge, most likely because with knowledge Monotheism is exposed as the farce it really is.
If there can be a God then it stands to reason that there can be more than one god and goddesses, it is even more likely that a Goddesses would be a creator of life as woman do create life while men take it away, the Universe seems more like a womb than a penis.
If every man disappeared from the planet today human life could continue as we have the technology to make sperm from female stem cells, if every woman disappeared then life for humanity would most likely end in one generation.
I am not making an argument that there is an Allat but I am making an argument that if there is an Allah then there is no reason to believe there cannot also be an Allat, we know there were more Gods prior to Islam so what changed?