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Term: Hadit

DEFINITIONs:
1.  The second god of Aleister Crowley’s The Book of the Law, the god of infinite contraction represented by a point in space or a winged solar orb.
SOURCE:  The Thoth Companion, by Michael Osiris Snuffin

2.  The Chaldean aspect of the Egyptian god of evil or darkness. Crowley regarded Hadit as the master of magickal initiationl. Hadit is the point in the center of the circle that is Nuit. He is "the flame that burns in every heart of man and the core of ever star."

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