The greatest magician of all time was undoubtedly the Englishman John Dee. His life and his works are wrapped in shrouds of mystery, surrounded by all
sorts of rumours. John Dee would have been Shakespeare’s model for the sorcerer Prospero in “The Tempest”. But this can’t be the reason why he
once was called “the friend of the hounds of hell”… can it?
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