HEPTARCHIA MYSTICA PDF

The manuscript was transcribed and put together by Dee from earlier notes and diaries. The Latin title, De Heptarchia Mystica f. In doing so he hopes to heal the rift between man and God that took place at the Fall. Chapter Four gives details of the seances which Dee conducted with Kelley.

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The manuscript was transcribed and put together by Dee from earlier notes and diaries. The Latin title, De Heptarchia Mystica f. In doing so he hopes to heal the rift between man and God that took place at the Fall. Chapter Four gives details of the seances which Dee conducted with Kelley.

Using diagrams and drawings, Dee describes the costumes and gestures of the angels he claims to have seen. These reveal the magical status of the number seven, in its many different forms. Dee identifies the angels with individual names and titles, such as King Carmara. Hagonel showed himself with 42 ministers represented in the manuscript by seven rows of six dots f. Prince Bornogo was also accompanied by 42 ministers who performed a series of magical feats, vanishing like drops of water or falling down like hailstones.

Chapter Five f. Dee repeatedly insisted on his holy aims, but he was accused of sorcery. A[nn] o , Noves. Of the Course, estate, and Determination of thing[es] 1. Above, 2. Filij Lucis I. Dmal: Heeoa. Stimcul In Sigillo. Filij Filour[um] E. Liba: Rocle. The 7.

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And, if you would, for what? Doctor Faustus How did the angels appear? John Dee: Holy or heretical? The Peace of God be uppon you. This work shall have relation to tyme present, and present use. Thing[es] Below. Which of itself, is pure, perfect, and withoute Blemish.

This rod he kept still in his hand This king onely, was the ordrer, or disposer, of all the Doctrine, which I terme Heptarchicall, as first, by calling the 7. Princis and after that, the 7 kings: and by giving instructions for use and Practist of the Whole Doctrine Heptarchicall: for the first purpose, and frute therof to be enioyed, by me: of the two other there was onely Mention made. On the other side appered the armes of England. The flag old.

All the Princis, seemed to be men, and to have red Robes, but this Prince, his Robe was shorter then the others. All the Princis, had Cerclet[es], of gold on theyr hed[es] : not crowns nor Coronet[es]. Subiects and servants to Prince Hagonel.

Stimcul In Sigillo 7. Filij Lucis A[nn] o Martij 21 The 7. Filij Lucis, appeared, like 7 yong men , all with bright countenance white apparaled: with white silk on theyr hed[es], pendant behinde with a wreth down to the grownde, all apparayled of one sort Every one seamed to have a metalline Ball in his hand: the first of Gold: the Second of Silver, The 3 of Coper. The 4 th of Tynne, The 5 th of Jem; the 6 th tossed betwene his two hand[es], a rownd thing of quicksylver The last had a ball of lead.

The first had on his brest a rownd Tablet of Gold: and on it written a great I. And the second on his golden Tablet had his name also written. They had three cornerd Tablet[es] on their brest[es]: and the Tablet[es] seemed to be very greene, and on them, the letters of their names written. Appered Prince Hagonel: and after that, uppon the Globe his Convex Superfices, appeard who sayd Parati sumus servire. Deo n[ost]ro. Eche of these , had somewhat in theyr hand[es]: and they stode in this order, and Hagonel seamed to embrace the Cumpany.

The Second Six had three quarters of Gowns in theyr hand[es]: The third six have robes or clothes in theyr hand[es]: All the rest seamed to have balls of Gold: which they tosse from one to another But at the Catching, they seame empty wynde Balls: for they gripe them cloasing theyr hand[es], as yf they were not solid, but empty like a blown bladder: The first Six made cursy to Prince Hagonel.

Eche of these uppon the place of theyr Standing, made a Table and every Table had but one letter. The first of the first Six did go away, and in his Table appered an O. The Third row, went of Lamenting: being com[m]annded by the Prince All parted, in fyre, falling into the Globe. The fifth Row did Synk into the Globe, every one in a sundry fyre by him self. The sixth fell with smoke, down into the Globe. K[ing] Carmara sayde Remeber how they stode when they were secondly Disposed unto the They stode first in Six Rowes Rowes: and next they were turned into 7.

This Diversity of Reckening by 6, and by 7, I cannot yet well reconcyle. Ave E King BOBOGEL - Appeared in a black velvet coat: And his hose close rownd hose, w[i] th velvet upper stock[es]: overlayde with gold lace: on his hed a velvet Hatcap: with a black feather in it: w[i] th a Cape hanging on one of his sholders. His purse hanging abowt his neck: and so put under his gyrdell, at which hong a gylt rapier. Ministers: Seven of the Ministers are apparyled like Bobogel the king: sagely and gravely: All the rest are allmost ruffen or roysterlike.

Som are like to be men and wemen, for in the forepart they seamed wemen; and in the bak part men, by theyr apparayle: And they were the last 7. He pluckt up his right fote, and under it appered an L. The first 7 grew all togither in a flame of fyre, and so sonk Down into the Transparent fyry Globe of the New World. The second 7 fell down like drops of mettall. The Third 7. The 4 th Seven, ioyne togither, and vanish like drops of water.

The fifth 7, fall down like a storme of haile. The last vanished away. Appeared with a Crown of Gold on his hed: wyth a long robe whitish of Cullour. His left arme sleve, was very white: and his right Arme sleve was black, he seamed to stand uppon water, his name was written in his forhed.

Of his Veni Princeps et Principum, qui s[u]nt Aquarum Principes. Every one of the 42 had a letter in his forhed: They were 7 in a row; and 6, Downward But of the first 7 the letters became to be betwene theyr feet. And Babalel and Befases allso wer suddenly gone. Theyr names and characters appeared to be these, which follow in these squares. And, Whereas, it hath please the, O God, of thy infinite Goodnes, by thy faithfull, and holy Spirituall Messagers, to deliver unto me, long since, throwgh the eye, and eare of E.

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