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Cain qayin (Hebrew) [from qayin spear] In the Bible, the son of Adam and Eve, and a tiller of the ground. Becoming jealous of the offering which his brother Abel presents to the Lord, Cain according to the legend slays him (Genesis 4). This allegory signifies that "Jehovah-Cain, the male part of Adam the dual man, having separated himself from Eve, creates in her 'Abel,' the first natural woman, and sheds the Virgin blood" (SD 2:388). Cain and Abel represent the third root-race or the "Separating Hermaphrodite" (SD 2:134).
Again "beginning with Cain, the first murderer, every fifth man in his line of descent is a murderer. . . . In the Talmud this genealogy is given complete, and thirteen murderers range themselves in line below the name of Cain. This is no coincidence. Siva is the Destroyer, but he is also the Regenerator. Cain is a murderer, but he is also the creator of nations, and an inventor" (IU 2:447-8).
In Biblical genealogy, the line of Cain is Enoch, Irad, Mehujael, Methusael, and Lemech, whose sons were Jubal, Jabal, and Tubal-cain; the line of Seth, the third son of Adam and Eve, is Enos (Enoch), Cainan, Mehalaleel, Jarad (or Irad), Enoch, Methuselah, Lamech, and Noah (Genesis 4-5). Blavatsky calls it "fruitless [to] attempt to disconnect the genealogies of Cain and of Seth, or to conceal the identity of names under a different spelling. . . . all these are symbols (Kabalistically) of solar and lunar years, of astronomical periods, and of physiological (phallic) functions, just as in any other pagan symbolical creed" (SD 2:391n). See also ABEL 

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\kain\ (?), n. (scots law) poultry, etc., required by the lease to be paid in kind by a tenant to his landlord. (law dict.).

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Kain may refer to:
  • Kain (given name)
  • Kain (surname)
  • Kain Department, a department in the Yatenga Province of Burkina Faso
  • Mount Kain, a mountain in the Fraser River Valley of Mount Robson Provincial Park, Canada
  • Kaïn, a folk rock group from Quebec
  • Kain (Legacy of Kain), the protagonist of the Legacy of Kain series of videogames
  • Kain (Tenchi Muyo!), a character from Tenchi Muyo! in Love
  • Kain, an archetype in Fire Emblem
  • Kain, a former municipality part of Tournai, Belgium
  • KAIN-LP, a defunct low-power television station (channel 55) formerly licensed to Natchitoches, Louisiana, United States
  • A former name for Qaen, Iran
  • Kain panjang, a traditional cloth from Indonesia, often patterned with batik or ikat'
  • Kain the Dragoon from Final Fantasy IV.

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Kaïn is a folk rock group from the town of Drummondville, Quebec, Canada. The group of four is made up of Steve Veilleux (vocals, electric and acoustic guitar), Yanick Blanchette (drums and vocals), Patrick Lemieux (electric and acoustic guitar, banjo, harmonica and vocals) and Éric Maheu (bass guitar). Their style is a blend of rock and roll with Quebec folk music.

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Poultry, etc., required by the lease to be paid in kind by a tenant to his landlord.

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