Dr. John Dee and Secret Socities

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posted on Jan, 11 2003 @ 11:12 AM
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Man of science and magus extraordinary, and for two decades England's leading mathematician, it is only in recent years that John Dee's reputation has begun to properly recover from the obloquy attached by an age of militant rationalism to those notorious angel raising episodes in which he engaged in the 1580s. Meric Casaubon's poisonous 1659 edition of Dee's angelic diaries, which did not include all extant volumes, leaves us with little more than an impression of a rather pathetic Dee seeking to communicate with angelic spirits with frustratingly meagre results. What I am seeking to identify is the political and religious significance of these episodes and the clues they give to the secret society culture of the late Elizabethans.


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posted on Jan, 13 2003 @ 04:17 PM
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The connection is simple....Kabala. I have the tome you mentioned, published by Magikal Child. I'll respond with more detail in the future, short on time lately..





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