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A Pronunciation Guide To The Angelical Language Of Dr John Dee by Aaron Leitch

Based upon my study of Dee’s records, I have created this essay explaining how to pronounce the Angelical words. I explain the methods Dee used to record his own phonetic notations, and then I provide an entirely new phonetic key intended for modern students. All of the rules for Angelical pronunciation are explained, and the… more

The Angelical Alphabet by Aninymous

Characters therefore are nothing else than certain unknowable letters and writings, preserving the secrets of the gods, and names of the spirits from the use and reading of profane men, which the ancients called hieroglyphical, or sacred letters, because devoted to the secrets of the gods only. For they did account it unlawful… more

The Enochian Calls by Anonymous

The magic incantations used by John Dee and Edward Kelley in the sixteenth century to invoke "angels" or elementary spirits. The Enochian language, in which the calls were spoken, has a consistent grammar and syntax and curiously impressive sound values.There are 19 Enochian calls or keys. The first two conjure spirits the… more

John Dee by Charlotte Fell Smith

John Dee (1527 – 1608) is most known for his work with Edward Kelley in contacting spirits and transcribing angelic language. Smith provides a clear retelling of their famous and tempestuous relationship and lays to rest some of the ridiculous stories about Dee. Charlotte Smiths biography draws from Dees private diaries and… more

John Dee Actions With Spirits 22 December To 23 May 1583 Thesis Vol Ii by Christopher Lionel Whitby

This thesis presents an investigation of the nature of earliest extant records of the supposes communication with angels and spirits of John Dee (1527-1608) with the assistance of his two mediums or ‘scryers’, Barnabas Saul and Edward Kelly. The form chosen is a transcription of the records in Dee’s hand contained in Sloane MS… more

John Dee Actions With Spirits 22 December To 23 May 1583 Thesis Vol I by Christopher Lionel Whitby

This thesis presents an investigation of the nature of earliest extant records of the supposes communication with angels and spirits of John Dee (1527-1608) with the assistance of his two mediums or ‘scryers’, Barnabas Saul and Edward Kelly. The form chosen is a transcription of the records in Dee’s hand contained in Sloane MS… more

Excerpts From A Translation Of John Dee Monas Hieroglyphica by Conrad Hermann Josten

This is excerpts from Conrad Hermann Josten’s translation of John Dee "Monas… more

The Library Of Doctor John Dee by David Francis Smith

The Library of Doctor John Dee as it Relates to Libraries in the English and European Renaissances by David Francis Smith. Submitted to the faculty of the School of Information and Library Science of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in… more

Essay On Enochiana by Dean Hildebrandt

This essay is intended to provide an overview of my take on Enochian magic. It incorporates my earlier essay on the watchtower hierarchy and part of my essay on the calls. The interested reader is referred to my other essays for fuller information on the various parts of the system. My work builds on that of Benjamin Rowe in a…more

Public Monography O Rosacruz John Dee Portuguese Version by Dr Rd Pizzinga

ESTA Monografia Publica de Illuminates Of Kemet, Brasil (IOKBR) examina alguns pensamentos, reflexoes e ensinamentos do mistico medieval John Dee (1527 1608) um verdadeiro Adeptus Exemptus1 que esteve historicamente vinculado ao Movimento Rosacruz de seu tempo e que e especialmente estudado na Golden Dawn e por interessados…more

The Angelic Alphabet by Edward Kelley

The illustration shown below is of the Enochian, Angelic or Adamical alphabet as drawn by Edward Kelley on the 6th of May 1583, at the end of the Loagaeth (in MS. Sloane 3189 note that this is not the same as Dee copy of the alphabet in MS. Sloane 3188, which is slightly different). Dees diary entry contains this note: "But… more

Temple Of Flame The Ritual Opening Of The Veil by Frater Astrum

Temple of Flame. The Ritual Opening of the Veil By Frater Astrum with some minor revisions by Frater Hoor, 20.8.2003… more

Excerpts From The Enochian Evocation Of Dr John Dee by Geoffrey James

Excerpts from: The Enochian Evocation of Dr. John Dee. "The Enochian Evocation of Dr. John Dee" (ed. Geoffrey James) is the definitive and most complete edition of Dee’s magical notebooks ever to be published. It contains a complete system of Renaissance Magic, encompassing Planetary spirits, Zodiacial spirits, and the spirits… more

John Dee And The Sidney Group Cosmopolitics And Protestant Activism In The 1570s by Graham Yewbrey

My Interest In Renaissance thought and literature, and in John Dee and the "Sidney group" is particular, began whilst I was an undergraduate. My first debt is, therefore, to the University of Hull, not only for providing me with a`Postgraduate Scholarship between 1973 and 1976 to enable me to continue this interest. This thesis… more

John Dee Studied As An English Neo Platonist Thesis 1953 Edition Vol Ii Notes And Bibliographies by Irf Calder

The purpose of the present study is to explore the thought of John Dee, his general theories and particular achievements, in so far as these can be reconstructed from all available evidence, and to examine these in their contemporary intellectual setting, in relation to the current controversies of his day, and the standards of… more

John Dee Studied As An English Neo Platonist Thesis 1953 Edition Vol I Text by Irf Calder

The purpose of the present study is to explore the thought of John Dee, his general theories and particular achievements, in so far as these can be reconstructed from all available evidence, and to examine these in their contemporary intellectual setting, in relation to the current controversies of his day, and the standards of… more

John Dee Studied As An English Neo Platonist Thesis John Dee Society Edition by Irf Calder

The purpose of the present study is to explore the thought of John Dee, his general theories and particular achievements, in so far as these can be reconstructed from all available evidence, and to examine these in their contemporary intellectual setting, in relation to the current controversies of his day, and the standards of… more

John Dee And The Magic Tables In The Book Of Soyga by Jim Reeds

The Book of Soyga (also titled Aldaraia) is an anonymous late-mediaeval or early modern Latin magical work. One copy of The Book of Soyga is known to have been possessed by the Elizabethan scholar John Dee. After Dee’s death, the book was thought to be lost until 1994 when two manuscripts were located in the British Library… more

48 Enochians Calls English Version by John Dee

48 Ehochians Calls or Keys in the Enochian Language, Crowley’s Phonetic, and Dee’s English. Material compiled and edited by Maa-kheru. Guide to the Pronunciation of the Enochian Keys… more

A Letter Containing A Most Brief Discourse Apologetical by John Dee

Another rare manuscript of Dr. John Dee, this letter contains a brief discourse apologetical with a plain demonstration, and fervent protestations, for the lawful, sincere, very faithful and Christian course, of the philosophical studies and exercises of a certain studious gentleman, an ancient servant to her most excellent… more

Compendium Heptarchia Mystica English Version by John Dee

This book consists of detailed instructions for communicating with angels and employing their aid for practical purposes. Written in the form of a personal Grimoire, or handbook of magic, it consists of excerpts and elaborations from Dee’s detailed records of his "mystical exercises" found in Mysteriorum Libri Quinque. For the… more

Compendium Magicae Angelorum French Version by John Dee

Ce document est en grande partie base sur la traduction de larticle de Benjamin Rowe "Enochian Magic Reference Document" proposee par Vincent Lauvergne, a laquelle plusieurs modifications et annotations ont ete faites. Il reprend les element contenus dans les differents documents de ce site et est destine a servir de base pour… more

De Heptarchia Mystica by John Dee

This book consists of detailed instructions for communicating with angels and employing their aid for practical purposes. It consists of excerpts, in Grimoire form, from Dr. Dee’s detailed records of his "mystical exercises". This is a transcription from the original in Dee’s own handwriting, now found in the British Library… more

Enochian Magic Spanish Translation by John Dee

Dr John Dee’s system of Enochian magic in the Western tradition has influenced the practices of the Order of the Golden Dawn. This occult book reveals the secrets of Dee’s private magical workbooks as he recorded them in the late 16th century and allows readers to reproduce his experiments…. more

Five Books Of Mystery Liber Mysteriorum Quartus by John Dee

The Five Books of Mystical Exercises of Dr. John Dee, containing an Angelic Revelation of Kabbalistic Magic and other Mysteries Occult and Divine revealed to Dr. John Dee and Edward Kelley."Enochian" is not a term used by Dr Dee in any of his works. The word Enochian was applied to the philiosophy of Dee by the Golden Dawn,… more

Five Books Of Mystery Liber Mysteriorum Quintus Appendice by John Dee

The Five Books of Mystical Exercises of Dr. John Dee, containing an Angelic Revelation of Kabbalistic Magic and other Mysteries Occult and Divine revealed to Dr. John Dee and Edward Kelley."Enochian" is not a term used by Dr Dee in any of his works. The word Enochian was applied to the philiosophy of Dee by the Golden Dawn,… more

Five Books Of Mystery Liber Mysteriorum Quintus by John Dee

The Five Books of Mystical Exercises of Dr. John Dee, containing an Angelic Revelation of Kabbalistic Magic and other Mysteries Occult and Divine revealed to Dr. John Dee and Edward Kelley."Enochian" is not a term used by Dr Dee in any of his works. The word Enochian was applied to the philiosophy of Dee by the Golden Dawn,… more

General And Rare Memorials Pertaining To Perfecte Arte Of Navigation by John Dee

This rare and very old manuscript discusses the general and rare memorials pertaining to the perfect art of navigation. This present two-fold treatise written in Old English, is written under the names of three diverse proprieties, states or conditions of man.NOTE: Unfortunately in this version of manuscript 3 pages (4,5 and 8)…more

Grimoirium Imperium Or The Book Of The Old Spirits by John Dee

This is the book of powerful conjurations and subjugations of demons and Gods which dwell in far away places, places which are past north and south, east and west, up and down, places which are even beyond the Earth and the farthest planets, places which are far from the creation of God. The secrets which I shall tell of were… more

Index Verborum Of The Angelic Language From Liber Logaeth by John Dee

Index Verborum of the "Angelic Language" from Liber Loagaeth. From tables 1a, 1b, and 2a of Sl.3188 and Sl.3189…. more

La Grande Table De La Terre French Version Second by John Dee

Cet ouvrage nous introduit dans la reception, par John Dee & Edward Kelly, des fondements de Magie enocheenne, donne par les Anges entre 1582 & 1584. Herve Solarczyk nous explique habilement comment le systeme fut recu, comment il se presente, s’articule & comment il fonctionne. A travers les journaux des seances de Dee et… more

La Grande Table De La Terre French Version by John Dee

Cet ouvrage nous introduit dans la reception, par John Dee & Edward Kelly, des fondements de Magie enocheenne, donne par les Anges entre 1582 & 1584. Herve Solarczyk nous explique habilement comment le systeme fut recu, comment il se presente, s’articule & comment il fonctionne. A travers les journaux des seances de Dee et… more

La Tabula Sancta French Version by John Dee

Tabula Sancta (the Holy Table or Table of Practice) by John Dee (engraving from Casaubon’s True and Faithful Relation)… more

Les 48 Appels Enochiens French Version by John Dee

48 Ehochians Calls or Keys in the Enochian Language, Crowley’s Phonetic, and Dee’s English. Material compiled and edited by Maa-kheru. Guide to the Pronunciation of the Enochian Keys… more

Les 91 Princes Des 30 Aethyrs French Version by John Dee

Surrounding the Earth similar to the layers of an onion are the 30 Aethyrs of Enochiana. These are similar to both the Sephiroth of Qabalah and the Aires (or Aeons, or Spheres) of Gnosticism.Since the time of Crowley (see The Vision and the Voice) they have been used in Pathworking, or Astral travel ("traveling in the spirit… more

Les Invocations Aux Anges De La Grande Table French Version by John Dee

There are no descriptions in Dee’s extant diaries of actual Enochian evocation rituals, a fact that has led some scholars to conclude that he never attempted the magic. The existence, however, of artifacts such as the wax sigils of Aemeth in the British museum indicate that Dee, at the very least, constructed some of the… more

Liber Lxxxiv Chanokh by John Dee

LIBER LXXXIV. VEL CHANOKH. A brief abstraction of the Symbolic representation of the Universe derived by Dr. John Dee through the Scrying of Sir Edward Kelly. Its publication is at present incomplete…. more

Liber Loagaeth Or Mysteriorum Liber Sextus Et Sanctus by John Dee

John Dee: Liber Loagaeth. Also known as Mysteriorum Liber Sextus et Sanctus and as the Book of Enoch. This is the book at the center of the Enochian magic of John Dee and Edward Kelley. Delivered by the angels, and said to usher in the New Age…. more

Rituel Evocation Des Anges De La Heptarchia Mystica French Version by John Dee

Ce document propose un essai de reconstruction du rituel pour l’invocation des Anges de l’Heptarchia Mystica, ou, plus exactement, un resume des instructions consignees par Dee dans l’ensemble des Quinti Libri Mysteriorum (ms sl3188), les prieres de Dee consignees dans le ms sl3191 et quelques autres indications de Dee issues… more

Sigillum Dei Aemeth Or Seal Of The Truth Of God English Version by John Dee

This is a recreation of the Sigillum DEI, according to the instructions of the Angels given in "Mysteriorum Liber Secundus"…. more

Sigillum Dei Aemeth Or Seal Of The Truth Of God French Version by John Dee

The Sigillum Dei Aemeth, or Seal of the Truth of God, is most widely known through the writings and artifacts of John Dee, a 16th century occultist and astrologer in the court of Elizabeth I. While the sigil does appear in older texts of which Dee was probably familiar, he was not happy with them and ultimately gained guidance… more

Table From Liber Loagaeth French Version by John Dee

Ceci correspond a la premiere page du Liber Loagaeth. Pour memoire, ce Livre est constitue de tables de 49×49 cases. Chaque case contient une lettre, sauf les deux premieres Tables qui contiennent un mot dans chaque case. Ne pouvant ecrire directement dans les cases, Dee a retranscrit ces Tables sous forme de paragraphes. 49… more

Tabula Bonorum Angelorum Invocationes by John Dee

This book is one of four books of John Dee’s detailed instructions for communicating with angels bound in Sloane MSS. 3191. It consists of excerpts, in Grimoire form, from Dr. Dee’s detailed records of his "mystical exercises". The original manuscript bears no title, but is commonly referred to by the descriptive title "Tabula… more

Testament Of John Dee To John Gwynn by John Dee

Testamentum Johannis Dee Philosophi Summiad Johannem Gwynn, transmissum…more

The Calls Of Enoch by John Dee

Enochian is a name often applied to an occult or angelic language recorded in the private journals of Dr. John Dee and his seer Edward Kelley in the late 16th century. The men claimed that it was revealed to them by angels, while some contemporary scholars of magick consider it a constructed language.Applying the term… more

The Hieroglyphic Monad English Version by John Dee

John Dees The Hieroglyphic Monad remains one of the most enigmatic works in the history of western Hermeticism. The best introduction still is C.H. Jostens, which declares unequivocally that it is a work of alchemy, suggests many possible contexts, but adds that the specific message which Dee tries to convey by his symbol of… more

The Hieroglyphic Monad French Version by John Dee

La Monas Hieroglyphica, composee a Londres, et terminee en 1564 a Anvers par le Dr John Dee, astrologue de la reine Elisabeth, est un petit traite qui enseigne comment l’hieroglyphe mercuriel derive du point central ou iod generateur. Nous l’avons reproduit integralement avec sa belle preface a Maximilien II. Nous avons… more

The Hieroglyphic Monad Latin Version Second by John Dee

John Dees The Hieroglyphic Monad remains one of the most enigmatic works in the history of western Hermeticism. The best introduction still is C.H. Jostens, which declares unequivocally that it is a work of alchemy, suggests many possible contexts, but adds that the specific message which Dee tries to convey by his symbol of… more

The Hieroglyphic Monad Latin Version by John Dee

John Dees The Hieroglyphic Monad remains one of the most enigmatic works in the history of western Hermeticism. The best introduction still is C.H. Jostens, which declares unequivocally that it is a work of alchemy, suggests many possible contexts, but adds that the specific message which Dee tries to convey by his symbol of… more

The Holy Table Engraving From Casaubon True And Faithful Relation by John Dee

John Dee: The Holy Table engraving from Casaubon’s True and Faithful… more

The Mathematicall Praeface To Elements Of Geometrie Of Euclid Of Megara by John Dee

In the printed book, all sidenotes were shown in the outer margin. For this e-text, they have been divided. Text sidenotesincluding single numeralsare in the right margin symbols are on the left, along with page numbers. The continuous quotation marks could not be reproduced, so they are shown as oversized open quotes " and… more

The Practice Of Enochian Evocation by John Dee

There are no descriptions in Dee’s extant diaries of actual Enochian evocation rituals, a fact that has led some scholars to conclude that he never attempted the magic. The existence, however, of artifacts such as the wax sigils of Aemeth in the British museum indicate that Dee, at the very least, constructed some of the… more

The Private Diary Of Dr John Dee by John Dee

This volume (published in 1841-2 by the council of the Camden society) holds two documents, his private diary and his library catalogue (compiled by himself before his house was plundered by the populace). His private diary was written in very small illegible hand on the margins of old almanacs and was discovered by Mr. W. H…. more

The Rosie Crucian Secrets by John Dee

The Rosie Crucian Secrets. Their Excellent Method of making Medicines of Metals also Their Lawes and Mysteries. The first publication of an alchemical work entitled The Rosie Crucian Secrets, No. 6485 of the Harleian manuscripts, now housed in the British Library. In the past the book had been ascribed to John Dee, an… more

Tuba Veneris Or The Trumpet Of Venus English Version by John Dee

This translation was made primarily from London’s Warburg Institute Ms. FBH 51 (written about 1600, +/- 20 years), following the comparison made by Jorg M. Meier between that handwritten manuscript and eight others, especially Munich’s Bayerische Staatsbibliothek, Cod. lat. 27005 (17th century), Erlanger’s… more

Tuba Veneris Or The Trumpet Of Venus Latin Version by John Dee

This little grimoire written by John Dee predates his magical workings documented in the Mysteriorum Libri. It may be an example of the Ars Steganographiae of Abbott Trithemius. For a critical edition with German translation, commentary and critical apparatus, see Jorg M. Meier, Das Buchlein der Venus (Bonn 1990). NOTE: This… more

John Dee Library Catalogue Additions And Corrections 1990 Reprint by Julian Roberts

When our edition of John Dees library catalogue (here referred to as R&W and its editors as RJR and AGW) was published in 1990 we hoped that the facsimile of the catalogue in Trinity College, Cambridge, together with facsimiles of Dees hand and annotations, would lead to the identification of more of his books and to…more

John Dee Library Catalogue Additions And Corrections 2009 June by Julian Roberts

When our edition of John Dees library catalogue (here referred to as R&W and its editors as RJR and AGW) was published in 1990 we hoped that the facsimile of the catalogue in Trinity College, Cambridge, together with facsimiles of Dees hand and annotations, would lead to the identification of more of his books and to…more

John Dee Library Catalogue Additions And Corrections 2009 November by Julian Roberts

When our edition of John Dees library catalogue (here referred to as R&W and its editors as RJR and AGW) was published in 1990 we hoped that the facsimile of the catalogue in Trinity College, Cambridge, together with facsimiles of Dees hand and annotations, would lead to the identification of more of his books and to…more

True And Faithful Relation Of What Passed For Many Years by Meric Casaubon

A True and Faithful Relation, a collection of the diaries and writings of Dr. John Dee was published by Meric Casaubon in 1659, fifty years after Dee’s death.In so doing, Casaubon was hoping to discredit Dee, who was then a revered mathematician and philosopher, as revenge against the Puritan government, by attacking one of the… more

The Early Alchemical Reception Of John Dee Monas Hieroglyphica by Peter Forshaw

Brian Vickers once described John Dee’s Monas Hieroglyphica as "possibly the most obscure work ever written by an Englishman," asking whether there were even ten references to it in the seventeenth century. This article considers Dee’s reputation as an alchemist, in particular the reception of his Monas Hieroglyphica, in Latin,… more

John Dee And Edward Kelley Great Table by Teresa Burns

The Great Table, with its Four Watchtowers and Black Cross, is the last received and most complex component of a system that many have used, proclaimed as powerful, and cautioned others about using haphazardly. Therefore, given the demonstrated potency of even isolated parts of the Enochian system, it seems only logical that we… more

The Little Book Of Black Venus And The Three Fold Transformation Of Hermetic Astrology by Tereza Burns

The Consecrated Little Book of Black Venus, attributed to John Dee, presents us with a curious puzzle in the history of magical manuscripts. It instructs the reader how to perform the "Horn of Venus", which at first seems a lengthy but straightforward rite in the tradition of Henry Cornelius Agrippa. "Dee" tells us that this… more

Enoch And The Day Of The End by Wim Van Den Dungen

This book came to be because of my historical studies of Hermetism in Alexandria, the angelic teachings of Enoch and the Essenes and the historical reality of literary Hermeticism, of which dr.Dee is an outstanding example. He devised the first Christian "magical code" -using the Jewish qabalah as stepping-stone-, a fact…more

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