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Horus of Behedet

Posted in: Horus of Behedet by Moon Elf on August 08, 2009

A form of Horus worshipped in the city of Behdet, shown in the well-known form of a solar disk with a great pair of wings, usually seen hovering above important scenes in Egyptian religious art. Made popular by Aleister Crowley under the poorly transliterated name “Hadit”, the god appears to have been a way of depicting the omnipresence of Horus. As Crowley says in Magick in Theory and Practice, “the infinitely small and atomic yet omnipresent point is called HADIT.”

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