Adam

Adam, Hebrew אדמ, means human, not man as commonly believed and has a neutral gender or rather the potential of both genders. This is clearly shown in Gen 1:27So Elohim created the human in His own image, in the image of Elohim created He him, male and female created he them.

Accordingly, mankind is divine and godlike. However, mankind shall not be confused with Homo sapiens, the body or vehicle of mankind on this particular planet, which needs evolution (redemption).

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Aish

Aish (AYSh) is the Hebrew for the English man (a male person). On a side note: Adam means human and not man as commonly believed.

In a spiritual context, Aish is the lower soul, the incarnate individual character, represented in a horoscope by the sun sign and/or ascendant. In Qabalah he is the husband of Malkuth. Aish is the one in need of redemption (unlike Adam, generic or cosmic mankind).

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Aisha

Aisha was formed from Adam‘s rib (Gen 2.22), unlike Eve as commonly believed.

Strong’s Concordance: אשה ‘ishshah {ish-shaw’} from 0376 or 0582; TWOT – 137a; n f AV – wife 425, woman 324, one 10, married 5, female 2, misc 14; 780 1) woman, wife, female 1a) woman (opposite of man) 1b) wife (woman married to a man) 1c) female (of animals) 1d) each, every (pronoun).

Aisha also means to be firm, to heal, fire, and wife. 

In a spiritual context, Aisha symbolizes the mind, which allows Adam to live and perceive (that’s why it was written that Adam could not function on his own).

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