... Sure First reference 5 books of Mystery by Peterson p123 the names as read vertically serpentine follow the same order and spelling as book II chapter 10Oct 1, 2008 1 of 43View Source--- In email@example.com, "Michael Lynch" <mi3ke2000@...> wrote:
>Sure First reference 5 books of Mystery by Peterson p123 the names as
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "jen" <jennyksargent@> wrote:
> > I actually found some very specific references to Agrippa's planetary
> > angels. Its the first time I've seen such a reference so far in the
> > There also appears to be a spelling error on the third row. I'm
> > fairly certain of the spelling error because the names are straight
> > out of Agrippa and the rest of the 7 names are spelled identically to
> > Agrippa's text.
> Congratulations on your diligent inquiry into the Agrippan roots of
> Dee's magic. I feel it would be more helpful if you would give actual
> examples of the above. If you can, please give the chapter in Agrippa
> you're talking about. (If that's where it is.)
read vertically serpentine
follow the same order and spelling as book II chapter 10 chart on
page 274 This is Donald Tyson's version.
The two tables read the same and are even in the same order except in
Dee's instead of Camael we see Cumael which since the rest of the
angels are identical I think we can safely say this is a spelling
error. I believe therefore in the third tier within the great seal
should read paapnhr instead of paupnhr. I crossed reference to see if
I could find Cumael anywhere in the books I have and could not. So at
this point I'm going with a spelling error as an explanation for the
cool tech thanks! ... on top of a jar. ... may need to add pieces of solder to fill out the whole circle. When it s completely full, and you have a thin layerOct 27, 2008 43 of 43View Sourcecool tech thanks!
--- In email@example.com, "Rufus Opus" <FrRufusOpus@...> wrote:
> * Take out the center part of the lid and set it aside.
> * Place the ring in the bottom of the pan as if you were putting it
on top of a jar.
> * Put pieces of solder into the ring. You can cut it with scissors.
> * Turn the burner on high. The tin will melt in a few moments. You
may need to add pieces of solder to fill out the whole circle. When
it's completely full, and you have a thin layer of tin across the
bottom of the ring, turn off the heat and let it cool until the tin
solidifies. Don't jostle the pan.
> * When the tin is solid, you can fill up the pan with water to
finish cooling the tin.
> * Take out the ring, and if the tin doesn't pop out easily, you can
unscrew it. It will take on the threading of the ring. I've been able
to pop them out most times though.
> You now have a thin, small tin disk that you can use for whatever
ensign or Jupiter talisman you prefer. I like to melt and allow the
tin to solidify on Thursdays in the hour of Jupiter so it captures as
much of the specific Jupiterian "energy" as possible.