Malalrajas Who art the first of the Twelue: Neyther shalt thow practise them in vayne. The 42 Ministers appeared, like bright people. This is the first knowledge. Lerne wisdome by my words. Praysed be God for euer, and euer: Click here to order your copy heptzrchia And in this thy great Mercie, and Compebdium, on me bestowed, and to me Confirmed, O Almighty God, thow shalt, to the great cumfort of compendiuk faithfull servants, approve, to thy very enemies, and myne, the Truth and certaintie of thy manifold most mercifull promises, heretofore, made unto me: And strong art thow in thy Glory, which dost unknyt the Secret partes of thy liuely workmanship: Then place my name whome thow hast allready: Notwithstanding, Thow art not of thy self: And mighty is the force of that Arme, which overcommeth all things. All the world semed to be in brightnese This is the Seale of his government: The Character is an Instrument appliable Onely to dignification.
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De Heptarchia Mystica of Dr. John Dee This digital edition by Joseph H. All rights reserved. It consists of excerpts, in handbook form, from Dr. There have been two other published editions of this text, one by Robert Turner, revised , and another by Geoffrey James, and A note attached to the beginning of the manuscript reads as follows: This is the original Ms. A fair copy by Ashmole is in the Ms. Sloane How Ashmole obtained this Ms. JM [32r] In septenariis totus Mundus circumagitur omnium quae et Viua gignuntur, et quae nascuntur.
Clemens Alex. All our Mysteries shalbe known unto you. Anno The peace of God be uppon you. Carmara, eodem tempore. Creationis 1o. Principes loquebantur magnalia Dei: et secundo, Reges maxime hoc faciunt. Carmara, Nouemb. Prince Hagonel This work shall haue relation to tyme present, and present use. Dixi K. Camara, Nouemb. Michael, Nouemb. 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 Course, estate, and detemination of things 1. Above, things 2. Next, and Things 3. O God, how easy is this first understanding? King Carmara, Nouemb. Now we shew unto you the lower world. The Governors that work and Rule under God. We procede to One God, one knowledg, One Operation. Venite filiae. Behold these Tables. Herein lye theyr Names, that work under God uppon earth.
Not of the wycked, but of the Angels of Light. The whole Government doth consist in the hands of 49 in God his powre, strength, Mercy, and Justice whose Names are here evydent, excellent, and glorious. Mark these Tables: Mark them, Record them to yor Cumfort. This is the first knowledge. Thow fillest all things, with thy excellent foresight. Thy Glory be amongst us, for euer. Michael, Aprilis 29, Erth with her Secrets discloased.
Uriel [Apr 29] Behold, I teache: There are 4, Angels glorious and excellent: appointed for the Government of all erthly Actions: which 4, do work and dispose the will of the Creator: Limited from the begynning, in strength powre and glory. These shalbe Subject unto you. In the Name and by Invocating uppon the Name of God: who doth lighten, dispose and cumfort you. Uriel, Aprilis 29, Anno Sl. What lerning grownded uppon wisdome, with the excellencies in Nature, can not they manifest?
One in heaven they know: One, and all in Man they know: One, and all in earth they know. Measure heaven by a part my meaning is, by these few. King Carmara, Novemb. Uriel, May 5, Anno Ultima est haec aetas vram, quae tibi revelata erit. Anno [Uri]el, Nouemb. By them, Thow shalt work Marvayles. Prince Hagonel, Nouemb. There are kings fals, and uniust, whose powre, as I haue subuerted and destroyed, So shallt Thow.
The second Assembly were the Governors of the earth whose Glory, Yf they be good the weapons we haue towght thee D , will augment, And, Consequently, yf they be euyll, pervert.
This is my Seale. This my true Character. What thow desyrest in me, shalbe fullfilled. Glory to God. Prince Bornogo, Nouemb. Behold, Behold, lo Behold my mighty powre consisteth in this. Lerne wisdome by my words. This is wrowght for thy erudition what I entrust thee from God. Loke unto thy Chardg truely: Thow art yet dead. Thow shalt be revyved. But oh blesse God truely. The blessing, that God giueth me: I will bestow uppon thee, by omission.
Thow hast written me, but yet dost not know me. Use me in the Name of God: I shall at the tyme appointed be ready. I will Manifest the works of the Seas: And the Miracles of the depe, shall be known. Prince Befafes, Thow desyrest to be cumforted and strengthened in thy labors: I mynister unto thee the Strength of God. What I say is not of my self: Neither that which is sayde to me, is of them selves: but it is sayde of him wch liueth for euer.
These Mysteries hath God lastly, and of his great Mercyes grannted 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 knowing of Gods mysteries in his Mercies. Carmara, I Rayngne by him, and lyve by him, which rayneth and liueth for euer.
I haue shewed thee perfectly: Behold I teach thee againe: O how mercifull is god, that revealeth so great Secrets to flesh and blud. Thow hast 42 letters. King Carmara. Whan Thow wilt work for any thing apperteyning to the estate of a good King. Thow must first call uppon him, which is theyr prince. Secondly the Ministers of his powre, are Six.
King Carm. In owtward sense, my words are true: I speak now of the use of one of the first, that I spake 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.
Kings there are in Nature, with Nature, and above Nature. Thow art Dignified. Last of all thy Ryng, which was appointed thee with the Lamyne comprehending the forme of thy owne name: which is to be made in pfect gold: as is affore sayde. The Ring. King Carmara: eodem tempore. Thow shalt be cumforted: But respect the world to come, whereunto thow art provyded: and for what ende: and that in what tyme.
De Heptarchia Mystica of Dr. John Dee This digital edition by Joseph H. All rights reserved. It consists of excerpts, in handbook form, from Dr. There have been two other published editions of this text, one by Robert Turner, revised , and another by Geoffrey James, and A note attached to the beginning of the manuscript reads as follows: This is the original Ms. A fair copy by Ashmole is in the Ms.
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