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Testi magici: Compendium Heptarchiæ Mysticæ – Dr. John Dee

Compendium Heptarchiæ Mysticæ; Creationionis

stabilitæ legibus Diuinis.

Cap. 1.

Of the Title, and generall contents of this boke, some nedefull {Testimonies}

Beware of wauering: Blot out suspition of vs. for we are gods Creatures, that haue Raigned, do raigne, and shall raigne for euer. All our Mysteries shalbe known vnto you. &c. Behold, these things and their mysteries shalbe known vnto you, reserving the secrets of him that raigneth for euer. [the voyce of a Multitude answered, singing, Whose name, is great for euer]

Open your eyes, and you shall see from the highest to the lowest. The peace of God be vppon you.

Venite, gradatim repetamus opera Dei, &c. [D Libo 1o Principes solu~ loquebã{tur} … secundo Reges, proxime (?).]

Vnus est Deus, et vnum est opus nrm.

[Very many cam vppon the convex superfices of the Transparent globe and sayd] Parati sumus servire Deo nostro.

This work shall haue relation to tyme present, and present vse. To Mysteries far exceding it: And finally, to a purpose and Intent, Wherby the Maiestie and Name of God, shall, and may, and, of force must appeare; with the Apparition of his wonders, and mervayles yet unhard of. Dixi.
D — Note As Vriel and Michael at the begynning of this Art, were present and gaue Authoritie to Carmara to order the whole: so, at the Conclusion they appered againe, and Raphaël with them: and Michael concluded the ^second boke with these words: Mercifull is our God, and glorious is his Name: which Chuseth his Creatures, according to his owne secret Iudgment and good pleasure. This Arte is the first part of a Threfold Arte, ioyning man, (with the knowledg of the 1. World, the 2. Gouernment of his Creatures, and the 3. Sight of his Maiestie) Vnto him, (ô I say, vnto him) which is Strength, Medicine, and Mercy, to those that feare him. Amen.

Thow hast a work of Three proportions in Esse, of Seuen in forme: which is (of it self) diuided by a number Septenarie. Of the Cowrse, estate, and detemination of things above, things next, and things below: which of it self is pure, perfect, and without blemish. &c.

Ô God, how easy is this first understanding? Thow hast byn told perfectly, playnely, and absolutely, not onely the Condition, dignitie, and estate of All things that God hath framed: But allso withall, thow wart deliuered, the most perfect forme and vse of them. &c.

Euen as God is iust, his iudgments true, his mercyes unspeak{able,} so are we the True messagers of God: and our words are true in his Mercy, for euer. Glory, (ô Glory) be to thé, ô most High God.

D — Amen.

He that standeth in the myddst of the Globe signifieth NATURE: whereuppon in the first point, is the use and practise of this work: That is to say, as concerning the first part, for it is sayde:

The boke conteyneth three kinds of knowledges.

  • The knowledge of god truely

  • The number & doing of his Angells perfectly

  • The begynning and ending of Nature Substantially.

Nature Substantially

Cap. 2

D Of John Dee his principall, and (in manner) peculiar Interest, to exercise the Doctrine of the boke Heptarchicall.

Vltima est hæc ætas vram, quæ tibi revelata erit.

The Mysteries of God haue a tyme: and behold, thow D art provyded for that tyme.
The Sonnes of men D light, and theyr Sonnes are subiect unto my commanndement: This is a Mys{terie:} I haue spoken of it. Note it thorowghly: they are my Servants. By them Thow D shalt work mervayles.
There are kings fals and uniust, whose powre as I haue augmented D subuerted and destroyed, So shallt Thow.D.
The second Assembly were the Governors of the Erth, whose glory, (if they be good) the weapons we haue towght thé D, will augment, and consequently, (yf they be evyll,) pervert.
I am Bornogo. This is my Seale, this my true Character. What thow D desyrest in me, shalbe fullfilled. Glory to God.
Behold, Behold, lo Behold my mighty powre consisteth in thys. Lerne wisdome by my words. This is wrowght for thy D erudition, what I instruct {hm: entrust} thé from God. Loke unto thy charge truely: Thow art yet dead. Thow shallt be revyved. But oh, blesse god truely. The blessing that God giveth me, I will bestow uppon thé, by permission {hm: “omission”}. Ô how mighty is our god, which walked on the waters, which sealed me with his name. Whose Glory is withoute ende. Thow hast written me, but yet dost not know me. Use me in the name of God: I shall at the tyme appoynted be ready. I will manifest the works of the Seas: and the miracles of the Deape, shall be known.
Behold, thow desyrest, and art syck with desyre: I am the disposer thowgh not the composer of Gods Medicines. Thow desyrest to be cumforted in thy labors and strengthened in thy labors: I mynister ^unto thé the strength of God. What I say is not of my self: neyther that which is sayd to me, is of them selves, but it is sayd of him which liueth for euer. These Mysteries hath God lastly, and of his great Mercyes graunted unto thee. I haue answered thy dowting mynde. Thow shailt be glutted, yea filled, yea thow shalt swell and be puffed up with the perfect knowledge of Gods Mysteries in his mercies.
Abuse them not. Be faithfull, Use Mercy. God shall enriche thé: Banish wrath: yt was the first*, and is the greatest commaundment. I rayng by him: and live by him, which rayngneth and liueth for euer.

I haue shewed thé perfectly: Behold I teach thé agayn: O how mercifull is God that revealeth so great Secrets to flesh and blud. Thow hast 42 letters. Thy Tables last, conteyn so many &c.

Whan thow wilt work for any thing apperteyning unto the estate of a good King: Thow must first call uppon him, which is theyr prince. Secondly the ministers of his powre ar six &c.

In owtward sense, my words are true: I speak now of the use of one of the first, that I spak of; or manifested yesterday. Sayd I not, and shewed I not, which had the government of Princes? for as it is a Mysterie to a farder matter, so is it a purpose to a present use. Yf it rule worldly princis, how much more shall it work with the Princis of Creation? Thow desyrest use. I teach use. And yet the Art is to the farder understanding of all sciences, that are past, present, or yet to come.

Frute hath farder vertue, then onely in the eating: Gold his {farder} condition, property and quality, then in melting, or common use. Kings there are in Nature, with Nature, and above Nature. Thow {art} Dignified. &c.

Last of all thy Ryng, which was appointed thé with the Lamyne comprehending the forme* of thy own name. Which is to be made in pf{ect} gold: as is affore sayde.

Thow shalt be cumforted. But respect the world to come: Whereunto thow art provyded, and for what ende: and that, in what tyme. Serve god truely, Serve him justly. Great care is to be had, with those that meddle with princis affayres: Much more consideration, with whome thow shallt meddle, or use any practise. But God hath shadowed thé from destruction. He preserveth his faithful, and shaddoweth the iust, wth a sheld of honor. None shall enter into the knowledg of thes mysteries with thé, but this worker* &c.
Finally God doth enriche thé with knowledg: and of thy self hath given the understanding of these worldly vanities. He is mercifull: And we his good Creatures, neyther haue, do, nor will forget thé. God doth bless you both: whose mercy, goodnes and grace, I pronownce and utter uppon you. I haue sayd.

Dee, Dee, Dee, At length, but not to late.

[D as concerning these Mysteries atteyning &.]

Lo thus thow seest the Glory of Gods creatures: whom thow mayst use, with the consideration of the day, theyr King, theyr prince and his character: The King and Prince govern for the hole day: the rest according to the six parts of the day. Use them to the glory of God prayse and honor of him, which Created them, to the laude and prayse of his Maiestie.

Write this reverently. Note it with submission. What I speak hath not byn revealed, no not in these last tymes of the second last world &c.

Thow shalt work marvaylous marvaylously by my workmanship in the Highest.

Unto my Prince (my Subiect) are deliuered the keyes of the Mysteries of the earth. All these are Angels, that govern under him: &c. Use them, They are, and shalbe at thy commanndement.

By me thow shalt cast out the powr of all wycked Spirits.
By me thow shalt know the doings and practises of evyll men: and more then may be spoken, or uttred to man.

Ô quanta est ho[min]is Infirmitas et Corruptio, qui Angelis, idqe suis bonis, fidem autem Deo, vix habet? O[mn]ia Mundana fæces; Mundi corruptiones in se habent. Deus nr, Deus nr, Deus (inquam) ille nr, Verus cum veris suis Angelis, eiqe servientibus, semper verus est Pete quae vis. Dixi et quod dixi Obumbratum est veritate, Justitia, et perfectione Ecce — D — holding up the meat rod

Hic — D pointing to the ende of the rod

Per hoc, pointing to the Middle of it.

Et a mensuræ fine, nos nostramqe mensurabis potestatem. Age (inquam) Quid vis? &c.
Obscurum enim Nihil est, quod per illum EK:, recepisti D . Age

One thing is yet wanting, a mete receptacle &c. There is yet wanting a stone. &c.
One there is most excellent, hid in the Secret of the depth &c. In the uttermost part of the Roman possession. &c. Lo the mighty hand of God, is uppon thé &c.

Thow shalt prevayle with it, with kings and with all Creatures of the world: whose beautie (in vertue) shall be more worth then the kingdomes of the earth &c. Go toward it and take it up &c. Kepe it sincerely: Let no mortall hand towch it but thy own.

Thy Character must haue the names of the five Angels (written in the myddst of Sigillum Æmeth) graven uppon the other side, in a circle. In the myddst wherof must the stone be, which was allso browght. Wherein Thow shallt at all tymes behold (priuately to thy self) the state of Gods peop{le,} throwgh the whole earth.

Go and thow shalt receyue. Tary and you shall receyue. Slepe and you shall see: But watch and yor eyes shalbe fully opened. One thing which is the grownd and Element of thy desyre, is allready perfited &c. Out of Seuen Thow hast byn instructed, of the lesser part most perfectly.
All those before spoken of, are Subiect to thy Call. &c.
Of frendship, at any tyme, thow mayst see them, and know what thow wylt.

Euery one (to be short) shall at all tymes and seasons, shew thé Direction in any thing &c.

One thing I answer thé, for all Officis: Thow hast in subiection all Officis: Use them when it please thé: and as thy Instruction hath byn.

The Lord sayeth, I haue hardened the hart of one of you: yea I haue harden{ed} him, as the flynt: and burnt him togither with the ashes of a Cedar. To the Intent, he may be proued Just in my work: and great in the strength of my glory: Neyther shall his mynde consent to the wyckednes of Iniquitie. For from Iniquitie, I haue Chosen him to be a first Earthly wytnes of my dignitie.

{HM includes several more paragraphs, and omits the following concluding paragraph.}

D Soli Deo Omnipotenti omnis honor et Gloria. Amen.

 

 

Cap. 3: Some remembrances Of the necessary furniture and Circumstances necessary in for the exercise Heptarchicall.

First cast thy ey unto the generall prince, Governor, or Angel, that is Principal in this world. Than place my name, whome thow hast allready.
Than the Name of him, that was shewed thé yesterday, [wth the short cote.] Then his powre, with the rest of his six perfect ministers.
With these thow shalt work to a good ende. All the rest thow mayst use to gods Glory. for every one of them shall minister to thy Necessities.

Moreover when thow workest, thy fete must be placed uppon these Tables, which thow seest wrytten last: comprehending 42 letters and names. But with this consideration, that the first Character, which is the first of the 7, in thy former boke be placed uppon the top of the Table, which thow wast, and art & shalt be commaunded to haue and use.

Last of all the Ring, which was appointed thé, with the lamyne Comprehending the forme of thy own name. which is to be made in perfect gold: as is affore sayd.

Euen as god is Just hast his Judgments true, his mercies unspe{akable} So are we the True Messengers of God and our words are true in his mercy for euer. Glory ô glory be to thé ô most high God.

Lo, thus thow seest the glory of gods Creatures: whome thow mayst use, with the Consideration of the day, theyr King, theyr Prince and his Chara{cter.} The King and Prince govern for the whole day. The rest according to the six parts of the day. Use them to the glory, prayse & honor of him, which Created them, to the laude and praise of his Maiestie.

The Characters of the kings are in the Globe: and {of the Princis,} in the Heptagonon.

The sonns of light D light, and theyr Sonns, are Subiect unto my Cõmaund{ement.} This is a Mysterie, I haue spoken of it. Note it throwghly. They {are} my Servants. By them thow shalt work mervayles. My time {is} yet to come. The Operation of the Erth is Subiect to my powre. And I am the first of the Twelue. My Seale is called Barees. And here it is.
In his Name = Carmara, with my name, by my Character, & the rest of my Ministers are these things browght to pass.

  1. These that lye here are witches, enchanters, Deceyvers, Blasphemers. And finally all they that use Nature with Abuse: and dishonor him which rayngneth for euer.

  2. The Second Assembly wer the Governers of the Erth, whose Glory, if they be good, the weapons which we haue towght towght thé, will augment And consequently, (yf they be euyll,) will pervert.
  3. The Third Assembly, are those which tast of Gods Mysteries, and dr{ink} of the Juyce of Nature: whos myndes are diuided: Some with eyes loking toward heven: The rest to the Center of the erth.

Vbi non gloria, nec Bonitas, nec bonum est. It is wrowght, I say, it is wrowght (for thy understanding) by the Seven of the Seven, which were the Sonns of Sempiternitie: whose names thow hast written and recorded to Gods glory.

Mark this: All Spirits enhabiting within the Earth, where theyr habitation is of force, not of Will, (Except the midest of my self which I know not) are Subiect to the powre hereof [pointing to his seale] with this you shall govern: With this you shall unlok: with this, (in his name, who raigneth) you shall discouer your e her entrayles.
Whan thow wilt work ^for any thing apperteyning unto the estate of a good king, Thow must first call uppon him which is theyr Prince. Secondly the ministers of his powre are Six: whose names conteyn 7 letters apece: as thy Tables do manifest: by whom in generally, or by any one of them, in particularitie, Thow shalt work for any intent or purpose. As concerning the letters particularly, They do concerne the Names of 42. which 42, in generally or one of them do and can work the destruction, hindrance or annoyance of the estate, condition, or degree, as well for body as government, of any wycked or yll liuing Prince. &c.
Venito BOBOGEL, Rex et Princeps Nobilitatis: Venito cum ministris:
Venito (inquam): Venito cum Satellitibus tuis, munitus.
[D This I note for a form of calling]

Veni Princeps, 7 principum, qui sunt Aquarum principes: Ego sunt Rex potens et mirabilis in Aquis: cuius potestas est aquarum visceribus.

Venito, Veni (inquam) Adesto. Veni Rex. O Rex, Rex, Rex Aquarum. Venito Venito (inquam). Magna est tua, Maior autem mea potestas.
Vitam dedit Deus omnibus Creationis. Venite, Veni Ignis, Veni Vita Mortalium (inquam) Venite. Adestum Regnat Deus. O venite. Nam unus ille regnat, et est vita viuentium.
Venite, ubi, nulla quies, sed stridor dentium

{[In space between paragraphs:} Behold euery one of these Princis hathe his peculier Table.

Venite vos, qui sub mea estis potestate

Thy Character must haue the names of the five Angels written (in the myddst of Sigillum Æmeth) graven uppon the other syde in a circle. In the mydst wherof, must the Stone be, which was allso browght: wherein thow shalt at all tymes, behold (priuately, to thy self) the state of Gods People, throwgh the whole earth.


The 4 fete of the Table, must haue 4 hollow things of Swete wood wh{ereuppon} they may stand: Within the hollownes wherof, thy Seales may be kept unp{erished.} One month is all for the use therof.

The sylk must be of diuers cullors: the most changeable that can be got{ten.} For who is hable to behold the glory of the seat of God.

D — The Character or Lamyne for me, was Noted (Nouemb. 17 Ao 1582) that it shold conteyne some token of my name: And, now, in this, accownted the True Character of Dignification, I perceyue no peculier mark or letters of my name. The forme in euery corner, considereth thy Name. D you meane, there to be a certayn shaddow of Delta D — Uriel – Well.
D – What is the use of the 7 Tables, (like armes) and from what grownd are they framed, or deriued?

Uriel – They are the ensignes of the Creation: wherewithall they were created by God: known onely by theyr acquayntance, and the manner of theyr doings.

D – haue I rightly applyed the dayes to the kings — Uriel – The dayes are rightly applyed to the kings. &c.
D – The characters and words annexed to the Kings names in the utter Circumference of the great Circle or Globe: How are they to be used?

Uriel – They are to be paynted uppon swete wood, & so to be held in thy hand as thow shaltt haue cause to use them.

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Sigillum Æmeth is to be set in the myddle of the Table.
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Grace, mercy and peace be unto the liuely branches of his florishing kingdome and strong art thow in thy glory, which dost unknytt the Secret parts of thy liuely workmanship: and that, before the weak understanding of man. Herein is thy powre & Magnificence opened unto man. And why? bycause thy Diuinitie and secret power, is here shut up in numero Ternario et Quaternario. A qo principium, et fundamentum omne huius est tui sanctissimi maximi (?) operis. For yf thow (O God) be wunderfull & incomprehensible in thyne owne substance, it must nedes follow, that thy works, are likewise incomprehensible.
But Lo, they shall now beleue, bycause they see: which heretof{ore} could skarsly beleue. Strong is the Influence of thy Supercelestiall powre: and mighty is the force of that arme, which overcommeth all things. Let all powre (therfore) rest in thé. Amen.
Leave oute the Bees of the seven names of the 7 kings, and 7 Princis. and place them in a Table diuided by 12 and 7. the 7 spaces, being uppermost: and therin write in the upper lyne, the let{ters} of the king, with th with the letters of his prince following, next after his name: and so of the Six other, and theyr princis. And read them on the right hand, from the upper part to the lowest. and thow shalt finde, then, the Composition of this Table. Therin they are all comprehended, sauing certayn letters, which are not to be put-in here: By reason that the Kings, and Princis do spring from God: and not God from the Kings and Princis: Which Excellency is comprehended and is allso manifest, in that Third and fowrth Number. {in marg: Number} Rownd abowt the sides [of this square ^Table] is euery letter of the 14 na{mes,} [170r] of the 7 kings and princis.

Hereafter shall you perceyue that the Glory of this Table {surmownteth} the Glory of the Sonne. All things els that appertayne unto it, {are} allready prescribed by your former Instruction.

God is the begynning of all things, but not after one soft: Nor to euery One alike. But it is Three manner of works with his Name.

  • The One in respect of Dignification

  • The Second in respect of Conciliation

  • The Third in respect of an ende and determined Operati{on.}

Now, (Syr,) to what ende wold you wear your Character? &c.
D At our first dealings to gither it was answered by a Spirituall Creature, (whome we toke to be Uriel,) Sigillum hoc in auro sculpendum, ad defensionem Corporis omni loco, tempore et occasione, et in pectus gestandum.

Il – But how do I teach? The Character is an Instrument appliable Onely to dignification. But there is no Dignification (Syr) but that which doth procede, and hath his perfect composition Centrally, in the Square number of 3 and 4. The Center wherof shall be equall to the greatest. Hereby you may gather, Not onely to what ende, the Blessed Character (wherewith thow shalt be dignifyed) is prepared: but allso the Nature of all other Characters.

To the Second – D – Conciliation you meane.

Il – The Table is an Instrument of Conciliation. And so are the other 7 Characters, which you call by the name of Tables: Squared out into the forme of Armes: which are proper to euery King and Prince according to theyr order.

Now to the last – D – As concerning the ende and determined Operation IL – It consisteth onely consisteth in the mercy of God, and the Characters of these bokes. &c.

Set down the Kings and theyr Princis in a Table as thow knowest them: with theyr letters backward: excepting theyr Bees, frõ the right hand to the left. Let Bobogel be first, and Bornogo is his prince. &c.

Note.

and so on the backside of my Character or golden square Table, and ???feth all the names of the 7 kings and theyr 7 Princis: the generall little ^B B, absented from e?ho?? ?????mentally (?) allwayes conteyned (?) to be pies???d to ech name: as well as in the great table.

De Sigillo Æmeth; alr, vocato Sigillo Dei.

Michael – I will shew thé ?????, in the mighty hand and strength of God, what his Mysteries are: The true Circle of his æternitie: comprehending all vertue: The whole and Sacred Trinitie:

Oh holy be he: Oh holy be he: Oh holy be he.

Uriel answered, Amen.

Mich – Now, what wilt thow? D – I wold full fayne procede according to the matter in hand.

Mich – Diuide this owtward Circle into 40 equall partes: whose greatest numbers are 4. See thow do it presently – D – I did so diuiding it first into 4, and then every of them, into 10.

He called one by name Semiel.

One cam in and kneled down: and great fyre came out of his mowth.
Michael sayd: To him are the Mysteries of these Tables known.
Michael sayd, Semiel, (agayn) and by and by heMichael sayd, O God thow hast sayd, and thow liuest for euer. &c. Do not think here to speak to him. Semiel stode up, and flaming fyre cam out of his mowth, and than he saide, as followeth.

Sem – Mighty lord, what woldst thow with the Tables?

Mich – It is the will of God Thow fatch them hither.

Sem – I am his Tables. Behold these are his tables: Lo where they are.

D – There cam-in 40 white Creatures, all in white silk long robes, and they like Children. And all they falling on theyr knees, sayd:

Thow onely art holy among the Highest, O God thy Name be blessed for euer.

D Michael stode up out of his Chayre, and by and by all his legs,semed to be like two great pillers of brass: and he as high as half way to heven: And by & by his sworde was all on fyre: & he stroke or drew his sword over all these 40 ^theyr heds. The erth quaked: And the 40 fell down. And Michael called Semiel with a Thundring voyce & sayd, Declare the Mysteries of the Liuing God, Our God, of One that Liueth for euer.

Sem – I am ready.

D – Michael stroke ouer them with his sword: and they all fell down (& Uriel ap allso) on his knees. And commonly at the striking with the sword, flaming fyre, (like lightening) did flash with all.

Michael – Note. here is a Mysterie.

D – Then stept furth one of the 40 from the rest: & opened his breast, which was covered with sylk and there appeared a great Segno magicoall of gold.

Mich – Note the number. D over the T, stode the Number of 4, on this fashion Number of 4

D – The 40, cryed all cryed: Yt liueth and Multiplyeth for euer: blessed be his name.

D – That creature did shut up his bosome, and vanished away like a fyre.

Michael – Place that in the first place. It is the Name of the Lord.

D – Then there semed a great clap of Thunder to be &c.

D – And so furth. the whole second boke is nothing els but the Mysteries most Mervaylous of Sigillum Dei, otherwise called Sigillum Æmeth. wherof here I did here but leave some ????y {HM reads: admonishement}, &c.

Note allso, the Third boke was chiefly of the 7 ensignes of Creation. &c. mentioned in this Chapter of in the ^?????? of orations (?).

7 ensignes of Creation

Caput 4.

Some Notice of peculier formes, wherein the Kings, Princis, and Ministers Heptarchicall appeared.

King CARMARA

Appeared as a man, very well proportioned: in a long purple Robe, and with a Triple Crowne of Gold on his hed.

At his first comming in, he had 7 ^like men waighting on him: which afterwarde declared them selves to be 7 princis under the 7 Heptarchicall Kings.

Uriel deliuered to him, at his first appearing, (which he kept still in his hand) a rod, or straight little rownd staf of gold diuided into three distinctions: whereof two were dark, or blak, and the Third, bright red.

Note.

At the first, Uriel pluckt a thing from under the ^Covenant Table: and it grew Rownd, Bigger & bigger, (of fyrie Cullour) bigger then all the world: and ^he sayd to me D Vltima est hæc ætas vestra quæ tibi revelata erit. Then cam swarming into the stone, Thowsand yea Inumerable people, Uriel sayd, Est in mundo, et cum incipiet cum illo alter Mundus. and he bad, Note the forme of the thing seen. Note the cullour. The forme of the thing seen was a Globe Transparent fyre within which the people seemed to stand, Towers and Castells. &c. did appere therein, likewise. This Globe did king CARMARA seeme to go uppon, & to measure it: and there appeared a very riche chayre to be set: allmost at the top of the Convexitie of the sayd Globe. wherein he sat down.

Prince HAGONEL

Note. All the 7 Princis, seemed to ^be men, and to haue red robes, but this Prince, his Robe, was shorter then the others. They had all Cerclets of 7 Princesabove on theyr heds, he had a rownd Ring with a prik in the myddle which he affirmed to be his seale. The name therof he sayde to be Barees, and that it is Barees.
The Sonns of light men and theyr Sonns, are Subiect unto his commaundement. They are his Servants. Their Apparition appereth, the first 7 like little boyes yong men, the other 7 like little boys. [loke on the other side]

Note

King Carmara, did first Call the Princis .7. before him: and they stode three on one side of him, and three on the other: But this Prince Hagonel, he toke, and set him in the myddle before him, as he sat in the Chayre, on the Convexity of the Transparent fyrie Globe. And after ward he called but five kings: for he him self, supplyed two places of Kings, governing on Monday, and fryday. Blumaza he dyd not ones speak of: I know, not yet, the Mystery therof.

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Circle from HM

  CARMARA Rex
 
  Hagonel
Hagonel
Hagonel - 2

Princ{eps}

 

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Die Dominica

Die Dominica. {Sunday}

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Lettere

  BOBOGEL Rex
  Rex
  BORNOGO Princeps
 

Princeps

 

both square and rownd

Square and Round

Die Martis. {Tuesday}

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  BABALEL Rex
  Befafes
  BEFAFES Princeps
 

Befafes - 2

 

Onely shewed in square

nely shewed in square

Die Jouis. {Thursday}

Die Jouis

BYNEPOR

Rex

Bynepor Rex
BVTMONO Princeps

BVTMONO

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fol. 3. l:

Behold, this is my Seale. &c.

All spirits inhabiting within the earth, (where their habitation is of force, not of will) are subiect to the powr hereof. With this you shall govern, with this you shall unlok: With this (in his name who rayneth) you shall discover her entrayles. &c.

Seale

Die Mercurÿ {Wednesday}

Die Mercurÿ

BNASPOL Rex
Bnaspol
BLISDON Princeps

Blisdon

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Shewed onely in circle

Die Sabati. {Saturday}

Die Saabti

BNAPSEN Rex
Bnaspen
BRORGES: Princeps

Brorges

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Archivio

Die veneris {Friday}

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Venerdì

  BALIGON,
aliter CARMARA:
vel MARMARA
Rex
  Baligon
  BAGENOL P{rinceps}
Filij lucis Filij filiorum
I El EL Simbolo donna
Ih An — AN
Ilr Aue — AUE
Dmal Liba — Simbolo uomo
Heeoa Rocle — Rocle
Beigia Hagonel — Hagonel
Stimcul Ilemese — Ilemese

lParentesiibo 4o. fol 2

Potestas Carmara, Marmara, siue upsius Baligon regnat in filiæ (?) — Rex — CARMARA

The Sonnes of men, and theyr Sonns, are subiect unto my commaundement. They are my Servants — Princeps – Minister Princeps - Ministers

— Hagon{el}
primus et {quartus}

This Prince calleth all the People of the earth: and then he commaundeth of three sorts:

  1. Kings – D Conside{r ..} seameth to … with Bobogel his office &c.
  2. Noble men:

  3. Philosophers — Princes of Nature

I am Primus et Quartus Hagonel.

Here is his Name (pointing to Primus et Quartus Hagonel= Carmara) &c.

Notwithstanding, I am his Minister.

Standing minister

And pointing to Carmara, he sayd. In his name with my name, by my Character, and the rest of my Minis{ters} are these things browght to pas.

It is wrought, by the 7 of the 7, which were the Sonnes Sempiternitie, whose names thow hast written and recorded to Gods Glory:

 

Bobogel
Sonday

— The distributing, giving, and bestowing of Wisdome and Science: The teaching of true Philosophie, true understanding of all lerning, grownded uppon wisdome: with the excellencies in Nature: and of many other great Mysteries, mervaylously avaylable, and necessarie to the advancing of the Glory of our GOD, and Creator. Therfore, In the Name, &c.

Gloria Patri &c.

Prince Bornogo
Sonday

— The Altering of the Corruption of Nature, into perfection: The knowledg of Metalls. and generally the Princely Ministring to the right Noble and Mighty King BOBOGEL in his government of Distributing, giving and bestowing of Wisdome, science, True Philosophie, and True Understanding, and of other very many his peculiar Royall Propreties. Therfore, In the Name, &c.

Pater noster &c.

Raphaël. Ao 158 {sic}  

 

Rex Carmara
Die lunæ
Monday
— Who, ^in this {Heptarch}icall Doctrine receyuedst at blessed Uriel his hand, the golden rod of government & the Chayre of dignity,: and the Tr didst appeare first to us. Triple Crown in a long purple robe. Who saydst to me at Mortlake, I minister the strength of God unto thé.

Likewise thow saydst, These Mysteries hath God, {lastly,} and of his great mercyes, graunted unto thé.

Thow shalt be glutted, y{ea} filled: yea thow sha{llt} swell, and be puffed up, with the perfect knowledg of Gods Mysteries in his mercies.

And saydst, this Art is to the farder understanding of all sciences, that are past, present or yet to come.

And immediately didst say unto me: Kings there are, in Nature, wyth Nature, and aboue Nature. Thow art Dignified.

And ^saydst concerning the use of these Tables, This is but the first step. Neyther shalt thow practise them in vayne. + Therfore, &c.

{in marg:}+ And sayd thus: Generally, of God his mercyes and graces on me decreed, and bestowed: Whatsoeuer thow shalt speak, do, or work, shalbe profitable and acceptable: And the Ende, shall be good.

 

Prince HAGONEL
Monday
To whose Commaundement the Sonnes of men and theyr Sonnes ar subiect: and are thy Servants. To whose powre the Operation of the Earth is subiect. Who art the first of the twelue: and whose seale is called Barees, and this it is CoumandamentAt whose Commaundement are the Kings, Noble men, and Princes of Nature. Who art Primus et Quartus Hagonel. Who, by the seuen of the seven (which are the Sonns of Sempiternitie) dost work mervayles amongst the people of the Earth: and hast sayd to me, That I allso, by the same thy servants, shold work mervayles. O Noble Hagonel who arte the Minister to the Triple Crowned King Carmara: and Notwithstanding art Prince over these 42 Angels whose names and characters do here are here presented.

Therfore &c.

Rex Blumaza

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Princeps Bralges — Who saydst ^to us The Creatures liuing in thy Dominion, are subiect to thy powre: whose subiects are invisible: and which ^to my seer appeared like little smokes, with out any forme, Whose seale of gouernment is this: Princeps BralgesWho saydst, Beholde, I am come, I will teache thé, Names without Numbers: The Creatures subiect unto me, shall be known unto you, Therfore, In &c.
Rex Baligon
fryday

The shew-stone

{in top marg: pronunc…are (?)}

Who canst distribute and bestow at pleasure, {all that} what{-so-euer} can be wrowght in aereall actions: who hast the government of thy self perfectly: as a mysterie known unto thy self. Who hast answered thé d didst aduertise me of this stone and holy receptacle both nedefull to be had, and also didst direct me to the taking of it up, being presently and in a few mynutes of tyme, browght to my sight ^{in marg: frõ the uttermost part of the Roman possession, being had ther in the secret of the depth} handling, & possessings (?), as to this day it appereth. Who didst say then unto me, Thow shalt prevayle with it, with Kings and with all Creatures of the world. whose beauty (in vertue) shall be more worth, then the Kingdomes of the earth. for the which purposes here rehersed, and other, to be partely, now to be used and enioyed, & ^partely hereafter more abundantly (as the Lord god of hoasts shall dispose) And allso bycause thow thy self art governour of thes 42 thy mighty, ff faithfull & obedient Ministers: Therfore, In &c.

Rex Bnapsen
Saterday.
The government of all enchanters Coniurers, witches and wicked spirits hated of God, and included for euer in outward darknes : Who hast sayd to me, That by thé I shall cast oute the powre of all wicked spirits: And that by thé I shall or may know the doings and practises of euyll men, and more then may be spoken or uttred to man. Therfore &c. Princeps Brorges — Who ^being the Prince, and chief Minister and governor under thy right Puissant King Bnapsen, didst appear to my seer in most terrible manner of firy flamyng streams, and saydst Noui Ianuam mortis et percussit gloria Dei Impiorum parietes.

Therfore &c.

 

Rex Babalel
Tuesday
Rex Babalel
— Who art King in Waters: Mighty and wunderfull in waters, whose powr is in the bowels of the waters: whose royall person with thy Noble prince Befafes, and his 42 Ministers, The Triple Crowned king Carmara bad me vse to the Glory prayse and honor of him which created you all, to the laude and prayse of his Maiestie.

Therfore, &c.

 Princeps Befafes

— Who art Prince of the seas: Thy powr is vppon the waters. Thow drownedst pharao: and hast destroyed the wycked. Thy name was known to Moyses, thow liuedst in Israël:

— Who hast measured the waters: who wast with King Salamon, and allso long after that, with Scotus: but not known ^to him by thy true name: for he called thé Mares. And since thow wast with none: ^Except when ^thow preseruedst me (throwgh the mercy of God) from the powr of the wycked and wast with me in extremities: Thow wast wth me throwghly: who of the Ægyptians hast byn called Obelison, in respect of thy pleasant deliuerance: And by that name to me knowne: and of me Noted in record, to be the Noble and Curteous Obelison. Whose Noble ministers 42, are of very great powre, dignitie, and Authoritie: As some in the measuring of the motions, of the waters, and saltnes of the seas, in giuing good success in Battayles, reducing ships, and all manner of vessels that flete uppon the seas: To some all the fishes and monsters of the seas, yea all that liueth therein, are well known: and generally are the distributers of Gods Judgments uppon the Waters that couer the earth. Some conduct waters waters throwgh the earth: other do beautify Nature in her Composition. The rest are distributers and deliuerers of the Threasors and unknown substances of the Seas: Thow ^O Noble Prince Befafes badst me use thé, in the name of God. Therfore &c.

 

Rex Bnaspol
Wensday.

To whome the earth with her bowels, and secrets whatsoeuer, are deliuered: and hast sayd to me heretofore: What thow art, there I may know. Thow art great, but, (as thow truely didst confess,) he in whom thow art, is greater then thow: Therfore, In &c.

 

Princeps Blisdon — Unto whome the keys of the Mysteries of the earth are deliuered: whose 42 ministers are Angels that govern under thé: All which, thy mighty king ^Bnaspol bad me use: and affirmed that they are and shalbe at my commaundement: Therfore, In &c.

Il. 1583.
Thursday
Aprilis 18.

Yf thow haue a parcell or part (out of euery place) of the erth, in any small quantity, thow mayst work by the Creatures, whose powr it is to work in such causes, which will bring it (neuer trust me) before you can tell twenty.

Rex Bynepor
Thursday

— Uppon the distribution and participation of whose exalted most especiall and glorified powre, resteth onely and dependeth the generall state and Condition of all things. Whose sanctification, glory and renowne, althowgh it had begynning, yet can it not, neyther shall haue ending. He that Measureth, sayd, and thow wast the ende of his workmanship. Thow art like him, and of him: yet not as partaking or adherent: but distinct in one degree. Whan he cam thow wast magnified by his comming: and art Sanctified, world without ende.

Vita Suprema
Vita Superior
Vita Infima tuis sunt
mensurata manibus.

Notwithstanding, Thow art not of thy self: Neyther is thy powr thyne owne: Magnified be his name. Thow art in all: And all hath some being by thé: yet thy powr is nothing in respect of his powr, which hath sent thé.

New worlds. Perhaps a new period doth begynn, as I haue set down in the Volume of famous and rich Discoveries. New Worldsafter Great periods
great period.
Thow begynnest new worlds D, new people, New Kings, and New knowledg of a New government. And hast sayd to me, Thow shalt work Mervaylous, Mervaylously, by my workmanship, in the Highest. Therfore, In the Name, &c.
Princeps Butmono — Who art life and breath in liuing Creatures: All things liue by thé, the Image of One excepted. All the kindes of the beasts of the earth dost thow endue with life. Thy seale is theyr glory. Of God thow art sanctified. and thow reioysest. The liuing, the ende, and begynning of all beasts thow knowest. and by sufferance thow disposest them, untyll thy Vyoll be runne.

Therfore, &c.

The seven Kings

1.

Carmara ^as a man very well proportioned in a long purple robe. Wth a Triple crown on his hed.

Camara

Bobogel – in a black veluet coat, and his hose close with veluet upperstoks: overlayd with gold lace: With a velvet hat-cap, with a black feather in it. with a cape on one of his sholders: his purse hanging at his neck: & so put under his gyrdell ^at which hong a gylt rapier: his beard long he had plinufles & pynsions.

He sayd, I wear these robes, not in respect of my self, but of my government.

The ministers cam wth him Bob., 42, all trymmed after the manner of Nobility now a dayes, wth gilt rapers. 7 of them were apparayled like Bobogel, sagely & gravely: all the rest ar ruffyn like. The last 7 do seme to be men both men & women: for before in the forepart they seme to be attyred lik women ^with fardingales, & in the bak part like men.

3.

Babalel – As though he wer a king with a crown ^of Gold on his hed his apparayle, a long robe whitish. his left arme ^sleve was very white. & his right arme black sleve, was black. he seamed to stand uppon water, his name was written in his forhed: Babalel.  

The forme 7 of his 42 Ministers haue Cerclets on theyr heds.
D for king Babalel he first called Befafes, O Veni Princeps in principum, qui sunt aquarum Principes &c. & of these seven the letters seme betwene theyr fete.

4.

Bynepor – The ministers 42 like ghostes or smokes without all forme having every one of them a little glittering spark of fyre in the middest of them: and every spark a letter in it.

5.

Bnaspoll {sic} – With a red Robe & a Crowne on his hed.

The Ministers semed to haue letters in the palmes of theyr hands. Standing abowt a little hill of clay. and behinde this a far did stand an Innumerable Company of ugly people.

6.

Bnapsen – a king with a crown on his hed.

Carmara called saying (?) Venite, ubi nulla quies, sed stridor dentium. {“Come here, where there is no peace, but only the gnashing of teeth.” MLQ, Book 4, Nov. 20, 1582} The Ministers ^men 42 tossed the Table rownd Table (which they hold) all in fire flaming. & held in theyr {hands}.  Baligon – Idem quae Carmara wth his triple Crown & long purple roabe.  

his 42 ministers, wer bright people: and besides them All the ayer swarmeth with creatures. Theyr letters were in theyr forheds: They stand in a Circle: They take the letters from theyr forheds & set them in a Circle.


Circle

HeptagoThe form of the first apparitions Heptago{num} Prm (?)

Carmara —

Cam first in, hauing 7 waightyng on him and they (as aff afterward appered) were the 7 prin{ces} but Carmara him self semed to be a man of good proportion, with a long purple ga{rment} robe and a triple crowned Crown (of gold) on his {hed.}

 

The 7 Princes — semed to be like men, & they had {red} garments … {illegible. HM adds they had “cerclets of gold on theyr heds”}

Hagonel

The .1. — his robe was shorter then ^of the others 6. fol. 14.b. he held a seale Hagonelcalled Barees.

Bornogo

The .2. wth a ^gold coronet or rather a Cerclet abowt {his hed.}
  ^Babalel called Veni Princeps 7 principum, qui sunt aquarum pr{incipes.}

Befafes

The .3. — He opened his bosom: and seamed leane: {and} seamed to haue feathers under his roabs. he had a golden girdle: & on it, written, Befafes.

Butmono
Butmono

fol. 11 — he had a cerclet of gold on his hed.

He had a long red robe, & a cerclet of gold on his hed.

{cp. HM description of the ministers under Babalel and Befafes} The 42 Ministers had theyr letters in theyr forheds, & they wer 6 rows of 7 in a row. But of the first 7 had the letters betwene theyr fete, {and} water seamed contynually to pass over these letters. At length the 42 diued into the water, & so went a{way.}

Blisdon —

In a Robe of many cullours: & on his hed a cerclet {of Gold.} D – Then his red garment, had many cullors in it {…}.

Brorges —

The 6 sixth – he putteth open his cloathes & red apparell and there did yssue mighty fyre out of his sides. most terrible, grysely, & unutterable to be beholden of mor{tal} eye, any tyme.

Bralges —

D – … Bynepor {illegible note in margin}

The .7. — his Ministers appeared like little smokes, without any forme.

Bynepor

He sayd, Beware of wavering: Blot out suspition {of} us: for we are Gods Creatures, that haue rayned, do ray{ne,} & shall raigne for euer. All our mysteries shalbe k{nown} to you.

DD Note.

Bagenol appered not, by that name. Perhaps Hagonel was Bagenol. H being put for B. and the letters true {…?}

As hath king also … Carmara, or Marmara, with a greater??? from his proper name Baligon.

Neyther Blumaza nor Brorges appered by name ….. …. {bottom line of page is damaged and unreadable.

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{repetition of 173v}

Bobogel —
Sonday
The distributing, giving and bestowing of wisdome and Science: The teaching of True Philosophie, and true understanding, and of all lerning, grownded uppon Wisdome, with the excellencies in Nature, and of many other great Mysteries, mervaylously avaylable and necessarie to the advancing of the Glory of our God, and Creator. Therfore in the Name &c.

Gloria Patri &c. Prince Bornogo —

The Altering of the Corruption of Nature, into perfection, The knowledg of Metalls, And generally The Princely Ministring to the right Noble and Mighty King BOBOGEL in his government of Distributing, giving and bestowing of Wisdome, science, True Philosophie, and True Understanding, and of other very many his peculiar Royall Propreties.

Therfore In the Name, &c.

Pater noster &c.

 

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Rex Carmara — fol. 4. Behold these things and their mysteries shall be known vnto you, reserving the secrets of him that raigneth for euer.
Bralges —

All our mysteries shall be known unto you.

fol. 46.

Carm —

fol. 5:

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Prince HAGONEL To whose Commaundement the Sonnes of men and theyr Sonnes are subiect: and are thy Servants. To whose powre the Operation of the Erth is subiect. Who art the first of the Twelue: and whose seale is called Barees, and this it is BareesAt whose Commaundement ar the Kings, Noble men, and Princes of Nature. Who art Primus et Quartus Hagonel. Who, by the seven of the seven, which are the Sonns of Sempiternitie, dost thy dost ???? work mervayles amongst the people of the earth, and hast sayd to me, that I ^allso should by the same thy servants work Mervayles. ^Thou who arte the Minister to the great king Triple Crowned King Carmara: and Notwithstanding art Prince over these 42 Angels whose names & characters are ^also layd under my ??st fete: as I was {rest is illegible}

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{Repetition of page 174r.}

Rex Carmara —

And saydst unto me, What soeuer thow shalt speak do or work shalbe profitable and acceptable: and the ende of it shall be good. &c.

*asteriscoAo 1582
Novemb. 17.

Who saydst, to me at Mortlak*, I minister thé strength of God unto thé.

Likewise thow saydst, These Mysteries hath God lastly and of his great mercyes, graunted unto thé.

Thow shalt be glutted, yea filled, yea thow shallt swell, & be puffed up, with the perfect knowledg of Gods Mysteries in his Mercies.

 

And saydst, This Art is to the farder understanding of all sciences that are past present, or yet to come.

And immediately didst say unto me Thow art Dignified Kings ther ar in Nature, with Nature and above Nature.

Thow art Dignified.

And as concerning the use of these Tables, This is but the first step: Neyther shalt thow practise them in vayne.

{Compare with page 168v.}

Raphael
Ao 1583
Martÿ 23.
Go, and thow shalt receyue. Tary and you shall receyue. Slepe and you shall see: But watch and your eyes shall be fully opened. One thing which is the grownd and Element of thy desyre, is allready perfyted &c. Out of Seuen Thow hast byn instructed of the lesser part, most perfectly.

Martÿ 24

A direction requisite.

Euery Organ is voyd of qualitie, unleast a Meane be adiected.: So, is all that thow hast before, more wonderfull, then as yet, profitable, unleast thow be directed and led in unto the true use and Order of the same. &

Martÿ 26–

I haue byn thy Scholemaster, and director to the Sterne, to rule the reason thereof, with those, which can reach the Iudgment therof.

All those before spoken of are subiect to thy Call &c.

Off frendeship, at any tyme thow mayst see them, and know what Thow willt. &c.

Euery one, (to be short) shall at all tymes and seasons, shew thé Direction, in any thing.

[D – But they haue Chefe and speciall tymes]

Raphaël

Peraduenture Thow thinkest I am not in thy Marrow: yes I haue byn long in the highest part of thy body, and therfore am somwhat perswaded of thy meaning.

One thing I answer thé for all Officis
Thow hast in subiection all Officis
Use them whan it pleas thé: and as thy Instruction hath byn.

Raph. 1583 Martÿ 26. –

Yt is determined, else wold I not: And may be undetermined, yf you break his commaundements.

Raph. 1583. Aprilis 3. –

Cumfortable Instruction is a necessary Medicine.

Ur. — Aprilis 23 –

Sayth the Lord – I haue hardened the hart of One of you, yea, I haue hardened him as the flynt: and burnt him to gither with the ashes of a Cedar: to the intent, he may be proued just in my work, and great in the strength of my Glory. Neyther shall his mynde consent unto ^the wyckednes of Iniquitie. For from Iniquitie I haue chosen him, to be a first earthely witnes of my Dignitye.

{In margin, sideway:}

Carm. Novemb. 21 1582.

Thow hast byn told perfectly, playnely and absolutely, not onely the condition, dignitie, & estate of all things that God hath framed: But allso withall, thow wart deliuered the most perfect forme and use of them.

Il Maÿ 5. 1583.

Thy Character must haue the names of God the five Angels (written in the middst of Sigillum Emeth) graven uppon the other side in a Circle. In the middst wherof must the stone be: which was also browght: Wherein thow {shalt at all tymes Beholde, (privately to thy self) the State of Gods people, throwgh the whole earth.}

Il – 1583. April. 28. after supper

Hereafter you shall perceyue that the glory of this Table, surmownteth the glory of the Sonne.

  1 2 3 4 5 6 7
numeri

1

B

A

L

I G O N
2 B O R N O G O
3 B a p n i d o
4 B

e

s

g

e m e

5

B

l

u

m a p o

6

B

m

a

m

g

a

l

7

B

a

s

l

e

d

f

lettere
8 B O B O G E L
9 B E

F

A

F

E

S

10

B

a

s

m

e l o
11 B e r n o l e
12 B r a n g l o
13 B r i

s

f

l

i
14 B n a g o l e
Bnagole

15

B

A

B

A L E L
16 B V T M O N O
17 B a z p a m a
18 B l i n t o

m

19

B

r

a

g i o p
20 B e r m a l e
21 B o n e f o n
Bonefon

22

B

Y

N

E P O

R

23

B

L

I

S

D O N

24

B

a

l

c e o r
25 B e l m a r a
26 B e n p a g i
27 B a r n a f a
28 B m i l g e s
Bmilges

29

B

N

A

S

P O L
30 B R O R G E

S

31

B

a

s

p

a

l o
32 B i n o

d

a

b

33

B

a r i

g

e

s

34

B

i n o f o n

35

B

a

l

d a g o
Baldago

36

B

N

A

P

S

E N
37 B R A L G E

S

38

B

o

r m i

l

a

39

B

u

s

c

n

a

b

40

B

m i n p o l

41

B

a

r

t i r o
42 B l i i g a n
Bliigan

43

B

L

V

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{There are arrows pointing ‘psnacN…’ to row 8, ‘Siodao…’ to row 9, etc. evidently indicating that letters be shifted up one row.}

D: Befafes, nunquam te deserens, docet, puerum breui moriturum, cum aliis tribus; nisi, pro tenus reddantur domino (qui in limine adest,) uota uestra.:

Bonorum Angelorum Invitationes

Dicen…, tribus vicibus, ter, tribus vicibus, Ter: singulis diebus, Donec &c.
..d est .. Tribus, singulis diebus.
   
  Ô puyssant and right Noble King, (N,) and by what name els so-euer thow art called, or mayst truely and duely be called: To whose peculier gouernment, charge, disposition, and Kingly Office doth apperteyne, thé (N. &c.)  
+ with thy Prince, and his Ministers and subiects, 42

* ?ARIn the Name of the King of Kings, the Lord of Hoasts, the Allmighty GOD, Creator of heaven and earth: and of all things visible and Invisible: D COME, now, and appear + to my perfect and Sensible eye Iudgment: in a godly, and frendely manner: to my cumfort, and help, for the auancing of the honor and Glory of our Almighty GOD, by my service: As much as by thy wisdome, and powre, in thy propre* Kingly office, and government, I may be holpen, and enhabled unto: Amen. D (ô ri{ght} Nobl{e King} N.)  COME, Ô right Noble King, (N.) I say, COME. Amen.

Gloria Patri, &c.

^+ to be aduanced, by my faithfull service,
% (ô O Noble Prince, N.)

HAG

 

O Noble Prince, (N.) and by what name els, so-euer, thow art called, or mayst truely and duely be called: To whose peculier government, charge, disposition, Office, and Princely Dignitie, doth apperteyne thé, (N, &c,) In the Name of Allmighty God, the King of Kings, and for his honor and glorie ^+, I require thé % to COME presently, and to shew thy self, to my perfect and sensible ey Iudgment, with thy Ministers, servants and Subiects; to my cumfort, and help, in wisdome, and powre; according to the propertie, of thy Noble Office: COME, ô Noble Prince, (N) I say COME. Amen.

Pater noster, &c.

SONDAYE:

King
BOBOGEL
The distributing, giving, and bestowing, of Wisdome and Science: The teaching of true Philosophie, true understanding of all lerning, grownded uppon wisdome, with the Excellencies in Nature, and of many other great Mysteries, mervaylously avaylable, and necessarie to the aduancing of the Glory of our GOD, and Creator. Therfore, In the Name &c.

And saydst to me, (in respect of these Mysteries atteyning), Dee Dee, Dee, At length: But Not to late:

Therfore, In the Name, &c.

Gloria Patri &c. Prince
BORNOGO
^ of all lerning grownded uppon wisdom.
+ And saydst to me What Thow desyrest in me, shalbe fullfylled.

The altering of the Corruption of Nature, into perfection: The knowledg of Metalls: and generally the Princely Ministring to the right Noble, and Mighty King BOBOGEL in his gouernment of Distributing, giving and bestowing of Wisdome, science, True Philosophie, and true understanding, ^, and of other very many his peculiar Royall Propreties +. Therfore, In the Name, &c.

Pater noster &c.

 

MONDAYE.

King
CARMMARA

— Who, in this Heptarchicall Doctrine, at blessed Uriel his hand, didst receyue the golden rod of government, and measuring: and the Chayre of Dignity, and Doctrine, and didst appeare first to us, adorned with a Triple Diademe, in a long purple robe: who saydst to me, at Mortlake, I Minister the Strength of God, unto thé.

Likewise thow saydst, These Mysteries hath God lastly and of his great mercies graunted unto thé.

Thow shalt be glutted, yea filled, yea thow shalt swell, and be puffed up, with the perfect knowledg of Gods Mysteries in his mercies.

And saydst, this Art is to the farder understanding of all sciences, that are past, present or yet to come.

And immediately didst say unto me, Kings there are, in Nature, Wyth Nature, and aboue Nature: Thow art Dignified.

And saidst concerning the use of these Tables, This is but the first step: Neyther shallt thow practise them in vayne.

And sayd thus, Generally, of Gods mercies and graces, on me decreed, and bestowed, What so euer thow shallt speak, do, or work, shalbe profitable, and acceptable; And the Ende shalbe good:

Therfore, In the Name, &c.

Gloria Patri &c.

Prince
HAGONEL
To whose Commaundement, the Sonnes of menlight, and their Sonns, are subiect: and are thy Servants. To whose powre, the Operation of the Earth, is subiect. Who art the first of the Twelue; and whose seale is called Barees, and this Twelueit is. At whose commaundement, are the kings, Noble men, and Princis of Nature. Who art Primus, et Quartus Hagonel: Who, by the seuen of the seven, (which are the Sonns of Sempiternitie) dost work mervayles, amongst the people of the eEarth: and hast sayd to me, that I allso, By the same, thy servants, shold work mervayles. Ô Noble Hagonel, who art Minister to the Triple Crowned King CARMARA: and Notwithstanding, art Prince over these 42 Angels: whose Names, and characters, are here presented:

Therfore, In the Name, &c.

Pater noster &c

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King
BLVMAZA

Prince
BRALGES.

— Who saydst, the Creatures liuing in thy Dominion, are subiect to thy powre: whose subiects are invisible: and which (to my seer) appeared, like little smokes, with out any forme, Whose seale of gouernment, is this: BeholdeWho saydst, Beholde, I am come, I will teach thé, Names without Numbers. The Creatures subiect unto me, shall be known unto you. Therfore, In the Name, &c.

Pater noster, &c.

 

King
BABALEL

— Who art King in Waters: Mighty and wunderfull in waters: whose Powre is in the bowells of the waters: whose Royall person, with thy Noble Prince BEFAFES, and his 42 Ministers, The Triple Crowned King CARMARA, bad me vse, to the glory, prayse, and honor, of him, which created you all, to the laude and prayse of his Maiestie.

Therfore, In the Name, &c.

Prince
BEFAFES
— Who art Prince of the seas: Thy powre is vppon the waters: Thow drownedst Pharao: and hast destroyed the wycked: Thy Name was known to Moyses: Thow liuedst in Israël: Who hast measured the waters: who wast with King Salomon: and also, long after that, with Scotus: but not known to him by thy true name: for he called thé MARES. And since thow wast with none: Except, when thow preservedst me (throwgh the mercy of God,) from the powr of the wicked: and wast with me, in extremities: Thow wast with me throwghly: who of the Ægyptians hast byn called OBELISON, in respect of thy pleasant deliuerance: And by that Name, to me, knowne: and of me Noted in record, to be the Noble and Curteous OBELISON. Whose Noble Ministers 42, are of very great powre, dignitie, and Authoritie: As some in the measuring of the motions of the waters, and saltnes of the seas: in giving good success in Battayles: reducing ships, and all manner of vessells, that fleete uppon the seas: To some, all the fishes, and monsters of the seas, are well known; yea all, that liueth therein, are well known: and generally are the Distributers of Gods Judgments uppon the Waters that couer the earth: Some conduct waters, throwgh the earth: Other do beawtify Nature in her Composition: The rest are distributers and deliuerers of the Threasors, and unknown substances of the Seas: Thow Ô Noble Prince BEFAFES, badst me use thé, In the Name of God. Therfore, In the Name &c.

WEDDENSDAYE:

King
BNASPOL

— To whome, the Earth, with her bowells, and secrets whatsoeuer, are deliuered: and hast sayd to me, heretofore, What thow art, There I may know. Thow art great, but, (as thow truely didst confess,) He in whome thow art, is greater then thow. Therfore, In the Name, &c.

 

Prince
BLISDON

— Unto whome, the keys of the Mysteries of the Earth are deliuered: whose 42 Ministers, are Angels, that govern under thé. All which, thy mighty King BNASPOL bad me use: and affirmed, that they are, and shall be at my Commaundement. Therfore In the Name, &c.

THVRSDAYE:

King
BYNEPOR
— Uppon the distribution and participation of whose exalted most especiall and glorified powre, resteth onely and dependeth the generall state and condition of all things: Whose sanctification glory and renowne, allthowgh it had begynning, yet can it not, neyther shall haue ending. He that Measureth, sayd, And thow wast the Ende of his workmanship: Thow art like him, and of him: yet, not as partaking, or adherent, but distinct in one degree. Whan he cam thow wast Magnified by his comming: and art Sanctified, world without ende. Vita Suprema, Vita Superior, Vita Infima, tuis sunt mensurata manibus: Notwithstanding, thow art not of thy self: Neyther is thy powre thyne owne: Magnified be his Name. Thow art in all: And all hath some being by thé: yet thy powr is nothing in respect of his powre, which hath sent thé: Thow begynnest New worlds, new people, New Kings, and New knowledg, of a new government: Therfore, In the Name, &c. And hast sayd, to me, Thow shalt work Mervaylous Mervaylously, by my workmanship, in the Highest.

Therfore, In the Name, &c.

 Prince
BVTMONO

— Who art life and breath in liuing Creatures: All things liue by thé, the Image of One excepted; All the kindes of beasts of the earth, dost thow endue with life. Thy seale is theyr glory. Of God, thow art sanctified: and thow reioysest. The liuing, the ende, and begynning of all beasts, thow knowest, and by sufferance, thow disposest them: untyll thy Vyoll be ronne. Therfore, In the Name. &c.

 


FRIDAYE:

King
BALIGON

— Who canst distribute, and bestow at pleasure, all, and whatsoeuer can be wrowght in aereall actions. Who hast the government of thy self perfectly, as a mysterie known unto thy self. Who didst aduertise me of this stone, and holy Receptacle: both nedefull to be had, and allso, didst direct me, to the taking of it up: being presently, and in a few mynutes of tyme, browght to my sight, (from the secret of the depth, where it was hyd, in the uttermost part of the Roman possession): Which stone thow warnedst me that No mortall hand, but my own, should touch: and saydst unto me: Thow shalt prevayle with it, with Kings and with all Creatures of the world: whose beauty (in vertue) shalbe more worth then the Kingdomes of the erth. For the which purposes, here rehersed, and other, partely now to be practised and enioyed, and partely hereafter, more abundantly, (As the Lord God of hoasts shall dispose) And allso, Bycause, thow thy self art Governour of these 42 thy mighty, faithfull and obedient Ministers: Therfore, In the Name, &c.

Ao 1583 Maÿ 5 Blessed Uriel sayd to me A Meridie hora 4 1/2 At Mortlake

The stone and holy Receptacle.

Thy Character must haue the names of the fiue Angels (written in the mydst of Sigillum Æmeth) graven uppon the other side in a circle. In the mydst whereof, must the stone be, (which was allso browght). Wherein, Thow shalt, at all tymes, behold (priuately to thy self) the state of Gods people, throwgh the whole Earth.

 

Prince
BAGENOL

SATERDAYE

King
BNAPSEN

— Who hast sayd to me, That by thé I shall cast oute the powre of all wycked spirits: And that by thé I shall, or may know the doings and practises of euyll men: And more then may be spoken or uttred to man: Therfore In the Name: &c.

 

Prince
BRORGES:
— Who, being the Prince, chief Minister, and Gouernor under thy right puyssant King BNAPSEN, didst, (to my seer) appear, in most terrible manner, of fyrie flamyng streams: and saydst, Noui Ianuam mortis. Et percussit gloria Dei Impiorum parietes.

Therfore In the Name, &c.

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