Goddess Nuit Kitty

Goddess Nuit Kitty is a another Aleister Crowley related Hello Kitty sculpture by The All Seeing Cat, which may be of interest.

The All Seeing Cat Goddess Nuit Kitty

“‘Every man and woman is a star.’—Nuit; Liber AL vel Legis, 1:3 (April 8th, 1904)

‘Note that Heaven is not a place where Gods Live; Nuit is Heaven, itself.’—Aleister Crowley; Magical And Philosophical Commentaries On The Book Of The Law (1974)

As the mother of Isis, Osiris, Nephthys, Horus and Set, the reign of Nuit (or Nut) as an Egyptian mythological deity lasted for thousands of years. While her popularity has waned through the ages, a new interest in ‘The Queen Of Infinite Space’ was sparked by Aleister Crowley and his Thelemic movement. Nuit dictated the first chapter of The Book Of The Law through Aiwass and to Crowley in 1904. Crowley referred to her as the ‘Lady of the Starry Heaven, who is also Matter in its deepest metaphysical sense, who is the infinite in whom all we live and move and have our being.'”

The All Seeing Cat Goddess Nuit Kitty alternate view