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The Dee book of 1909 by Fell-Smith referred to by Petr is an interesting
one and quite readable. If anyone prefers, I have a nice (illustrated)
pdf version which I will put on-line later this evening or tomorrow at
likewise a copy of Halliwell's edition of Dee's Private Diaries. 1842
(the latter in djvu format.)
BTW, I see from today's Times that Dee's scrying glass has been stolen
from the Science Museum. I seem to recall that this glass operated by
virtue of its being controlled, or inhabited, by one of Dee's
(Enochian?) angels and that it has some sort of inherent life of its
own; therefore, if we knew the formula or spell, couldn't we ask it
directly where it is now and who stole it?
When cryptography is outlawed, bayl bhgynjf jvyy unir cevinpl.
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