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Term: Nuit

1.  The first deity in Aleister Crowley’s The Book of the Law, the goddess of infinite space associated with the night sky.
SOURCE:  The Thoth Companion, by Michael Osiris Snuffin

2.  (Also Nut) The Egyptian sky goddess whom we see as arched as the sky overhead with only finger tips and toes touching the Holy Earth—who is also Geb, her husband. Beneath Nuit, Geb is often shown with an erect penis for it through their union that all is born. Geb is also her brother, and Nuit and Geb are the parents of Isis, Osiris, Nephthys, and Set. (Note: "Incestuous" relationships are common in all mythology and that has no pertinence to humanity. Myth's pertinence is to the inner understanding of cosmic energies.)

Nuit is also matter, and Hadit (also her husband, or masculine counterpart) is motion. Nuit is an infinite Circle, while Hadit is the infinitely small point at the core of everything.

AUTHOR:  Carl Llewellyn Weschcke