This article seeks to approach the question of the visibility and invisibility of the feminine in the Bible, pursuing the debate of the different nuances that are inherent to it. We seek a truth and a rediscovery of biblical literary strategy that is comprehensive and comprehensive. The debate supposes knowing some previous notes and the fragility of some conventional formulations. It also needs to open up to a negative versus a positive visibility, which expands and questions it. And, it is in this context, that the outlines of a surprising invisibility of the feminine can be rediscovered; develop a new look at the feminine own visibility in the Bible and above all that all reflection is open to the invisible dimension of a wise action, which is participation in the great mystery that is immediately inscribed in the very creation of human beings.