Sir John Dee: An Enochian Birthday

July 13th, 2007 by Voxx

johndee.gifToday is the anniversary of the 480th Birthday of the well-known, original Enochian Magician, Sir John Dee (the original Agent 007).

Sir John Dee was born on July 13th, 1527 and died in 1609. He was primarily known during his life as an expert mathematician and geographer; however, he was also a scholar of the Occult, and an alchemist as well as the Court Astrologer to no less than Queen Elizabeth I.

The Virgin Queen most likely owes a great deal to Dee for helping her make important decisions that ultimately cemented her unique place in history as the greatest, most powerful queen since the Egyptian Hatshepsut.

To modern occultists, Dee’s primary legacy is his system of Enochian Magick, which he transcribed by using a Trance Medium (Edward Kelley) as a communicator between man and the Angels.

Here are a few links for those of you who might enjoy reading more about this scholar of the divine.

As Dee might have said himself, “Ol Sonuf Vaorsagi!” Happy birthday Sir!

Sir John Dee

Liber Chanokh (Crowley’s Treatise on Enochian Magick)

Voxx Tribute Page to Sir John Dee

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6 Responses

  1. Voxx

    .’.93.’.

    Hail unto thee great Magician!

    LVX,
    Voxx

  2. Javier

    You fool….Sir John Dee had no idea what he was doing when he opened those portals. He was nothing but a pawn to the Masters.

    His enthusiasm and ego got the better of him. To think that the human mind can compete with the wills of beings ages older than even our solar system was not only stupid but completely irresponsible.

    Now we continue to pay the price for his premature meddling. He sacrificed us all.

  3. Voxx

    .’.93.’.

    Thank you for equating me with the “Divine Fool” … although I’m sure you did not intend such a compliment.

    I find it interesting that you can speak with such certainty on behalf of the great Magician John Dee; However, I highly doubt that he cares what others have to say about him at this point.

    I find it laughable that anyone can suggest that Dee “had no idea what he was doing” considering his expertise as an Occultist, Astronomer, Mathematician, Chemist, and Counselor to the greatest Monarch of all time — Queen Elizabeth the First.

    The worst thing one can say about the dear Doctor, was that his choice of companions showed a streak of gullibility.

    As far as “sacrificing us all”, it sounds to me like you are still firmly in the throes of dealing with a severe case of Christian Messianic Evangelist Syndrome. I wish you success with your recovery.

    LVX,
    Voxx

  4. Ashley

    Oi don’t pick on my great great great great ……. grandfather

  5. Voxx

    .’.93.’. Hi Ashley, how did you trace your ancestry back to John Dee? It would be interesting to know. ~V~

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