This book consists of detailed instructions for communicating with angels and employing their aid for practical purposes. It consists of excerpts, in Grimoire form . John Dee wrote De Heptarchia Mystica as a log of the process and results of his attempts to communicate with angels. This list of angels may be incomplete, and . De HEPTARCHIA MYSTICA, (Diuinis, ipsius Creationis, stabilis legibus). Collectaneorum. Liber primus. Cap. 1. Of the Title, and generall Contents of this boke.
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Thanks for reading, and I hope that you find it useful in your practice. I’m considering to start hptarchia with the enochian system. Well, the Mystical Heptarchy at first. I’m still trying to see how the table would fit inside my already small space, with an existing table already there.
I just came across this link in which this this guy shows how he has built his table, and it’s considerably smaller, about 1: I had the idea of making one myself, with the smaller proportions, and place it upon the existing table.
Would heptarchhia be considered acceptable? It’s gonna be kinda hard for me to find some red-green fabric and it would be even harder to find a crystal ball. Xe I’m willing to give it a try and see how challenging it would be to even get started: About Me Scott Stenwick.
This article is a rough transcript of the presentation I gave this last weekend at Paganicon My presentation was somewhat lightly att Introduction to dr Great Table. The following is the text of a presentation I gave over the weekend at Leaping Laughter Lodge based on material from my latest book, Maste The Greater Ritual of the Pentagram.
Last week I was corresponding with a reader who was trying to work out how to do the Greater Ritual of the Pentagram from online sources. The Template Works for Everything. I got a question a couple weeks back about working with the pentacles from the Key of Solomon using my ritual techniques.
Back in October, I Thoughts on the Lesser Ritual of the Hexagram. A reader contacted me about two weeks ago asking some questions about the Lesser Ritual of the Hexagram. Apparently one of the external site This Time, For Sure! Monday, January 13, Introduction to the Heptarchoa Mystica. It presents an outline of the Heptarchial system based on material from my book, Mystuca the Mystical Heptarchy.
The procedure outlined here is Dee’s grimoire evocation method, but the book includes an expanded template that shows how to incorporate modern ritual forms into the basic structure. John Dee is well known in the occult community as the author of magical diaries from sixteenth century England heptarchi his operations with scryer Edward Kelley. The diaries span seven years and describe a previously unknown form of angel magick that has come to be known as the Enochian system among modern magical practitioners.
Mystkca Peterson has this text available on his website, Twilit Grotto Esoteric Archivesin two versions. The first is titled Compendium Heptarchiae Mysticae ymstica is a sort of rough draft, a compilation of the diaries similar to that found in the Five Books.
Unlike the descriptions of the Watchtowers and Aires, the Heptarchia has much in common with other Renaissance grimoires.
At its most basic, Renaissance grimoire magick consists of two basic steps. The first is identification of the individual consciousness with that of the divine, in the Renaissance tradition always rendered as the Judeo-Christian God.
Once this identification is accomplished, the magician is granted the authority to command spirits by means of divine authority, names of power, and sigils specific to each entity conjured. One of the most common symbol sets found in Renaissance grimoires is that of the seven ancient planets, which also provide the basic schema for the Heptarchial angels.
As such, the system is structured with a King and Prince for each day of the week, plus a King and Prince who rule over the system as a whole, for a total of sixteen distinct angels who may be conjured by name for specific purposes. The hetarchia furniture Dee was instructed to build for his operations is quite elaborate compared to other grimoires of the period. The Holy Table has a three-foot-square top with four three-foot legs, forming the outline of a cube.
The top jystica be painted in yellow with a design that incorporates a border of angelic letters enclosing a large hexagram with a 3 x 4 grid of additional angelic letters in the center. In the heptarcnia of the table rests the Sigullum Dei Aemeth, or true sigil of God. This is a nine-inch diameter disk about an inch thick made from beeswax, into the top of which is engraved a complex dw incorporating names of power, including those of the planetary archangels, lineal figures of the pentagram and heptagram, and a system of letters and numbers around the edge that encodes additional names.
The bottom bears a simple cross-based design and the word of power AGLA. In practice, this means that the table legs should bring it to about an inch short of three feet so that the four small sigils will raise it to the correct height.
On top of the table, mystia large Sigillum is surrounded by seven square talismans, one for each planet, called the Ensigns of Creation. Dee was instructed to make these from purified tin and engrave the letters into them. In a later scrying session he was told that he could also paint dw onto the table using blue lines and red letters. Either way is appropriate, though it strikes me as more true to the Renaissance grimoire style to use metal talismans.
Heptaarchia floor of the temple should be covered with a heptsrchia carpet of red silk. Finally, the scrying stone or shewstone is placed on top of the cloth and in the center of the large Sigillum. This is essentially a small crystal sphere placed in a frame that holds it in place. The Heptarchial magician then wears a plain white linen robe, a lamen, and a golden ring. You just want to stay away from artificial fibers such as polyester.
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The lamen is worn over the chest. The ring should be made from pure gold and bears a heptxrchia incorporating a circle, a horizontal line, a hepyarchia V, and a large L into a sort of sigil in the center and the four letters of the name PELE at the myatica.
He was told that without it, he would accomplish nothing. I have not had the same problem with brass, but unfortunately brass Enochian rings are hard to find online, whereas a lot of jewelers have silver. But even if you have to do something as silly as make a ring out of gold cardboard and draw on the design, you should always have something like it on your finger when performing Heptarchial operations.
It is likewise important to note that assembling a full temple setup like this is a major undertaking, and you can in fact cut corners safely and get decent magical results. On a related note, Enochian has over the years developed a reputation for being scary or dangerous. It is no more so than any other effective magical system. And honestly, that saves you a lot heptarchai trouble.
To highlight this point a little further, I have twice issued a challenge on my blog for anyone to come up with a story of an Enochian magician who melted down or was messed up by the angels in some fashion.
Only a handful of people could think of anything, and the couple stories I did get were where people with previous mental illness played around with Enochian and wound up getting worse.
Crowley did perform the operations that led to the writing of The Vision and the Voice without them as well, but he was a very experienced and accomplished magician at the time. Some authors such as Donald Tyson have argued that Crowley did in fact suffer as a result of his Enochian operations, but looking over the heptrachia it seems more likely to me that he had less success afterwards because by that time he had mostly used up his personal fortune self-publishing his work. So no, I do not believe that Enochian is especially dangerous.
Cars are really dangerous; they kill something like ten thousand people a year and we still drive. One of the most discussed aspects of the Enochian system is the angelic language and alphabet, derived from a set of conjurations for the Great Table and Aires called the Angelic Keys or Calls.
Otherwise, the conjurations and prayers used are all in English. As most Enochian magicians these days are abandoning that system as anachronistic and artificial, it makes the text less useful in practice than it might otherwise be. For the most part, the names are pronounced as written.
The system that I use is based on eliminating many multiple consonant sounds, so that for example, C is always pronounced as K and G is never pronounced as J. This is a subject of some debate among Enochian scholars. Aaron Leitch in his Angelical Language series bases his pronunciation key on the same Dee notes that I do and sometimes goes with G as J and C as S, even though there are no places in the phonetic notes where the spelling reads G but the pronunciation is written J, and also no places where the spelling reads C but the pronunciation is written as S.
Likewise, I try to keep the vowels as simple as I can. The Kings and Princes are attributed to the days of the week and seven ancient planets.
They can only be conjured on the proper day, and ueptarchia rituals work best if they are done in the proper hour. Planetary hours in Renaissance magick are of variable length depending on sunrise and sunset.
To find the hours of the day, you divide the time ce sunrise to sunset xe twelve equal parts, and to find the hours of the night, you divide the time from sunset to mystca following sunrise into twelve equal parts.
Sunrise is when each new day begins, not midnight as in the modern calendar. The days of the week are attributed to the planets. The planets are also assigned to the day and night hours for each day following a pattern called the Chaldean Order. Once you have the hours calculated for the day, assign the first hour to the planet that rules the day, so that the first day hour of Sunday is ruled by the Sun, the first day hour of Monday is ruled by the Moon, and so forth.
Then you follow Chaldean Order, which is also the order of the planets on the Tree of Life from top Saturn to bottom Moon. The hour of Saturn then follows the Moon hour and the cycle ed, as shown here. It corresponds to the order of relative astrological motion from slowest to fastest, as visible from Earth. Posted by Scott Stenwick at 7: Newer Post Older Post Home.
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