Thelema Lodge Calendar for January 1989 e.v.

Thelema Lodge Calendar

for January 1989 e.v.

   The viewpoints and opinions expressed herein are the responsibility of the contributing authors and do not necessarily reflect the position of OTO or its officers.

   Note to update: the addresses and phone numbers in these issues of the Thelema Lodge Calendars are obsolete since the closing of the Lodge. They are here for historic purposes only and should not be visited or called.

Copyright © O.T.O. and the Individual Authors, 1989 e.v.

Thelema Lodge
Ordo Templi Orientis
P.O.Box 2303
Berkeley, CA 94702 USA

January 1989 e.v. at Thelema Lodge

Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.

Announcements from
Lodge Members and Officers

January 1989 At Thelema Lodge

    Sunday Masses at the usual 8 pm. Where have all my heretics gone??? (415) 655-4942.
    Lodgemeeting January 10 at 8 pm. All interested parties are welcome.
    Both Lunar Rituals are at Thelema Lodge this month- New Moon the 7th, Full Moon the 21st; both at 9:30 pm. Bring champagne!
    Third Degree Initiations Friday the 13th, Second Degrees the 14th. All Initiations require one month's advance notice...Minerval and First Degrees in February.
    Bill's series on Magick in Theory and Practice continues on January 11th and 18th. We will proceed into Chapter VIII and succeeding this time, enhancing Crowley's presentation of ritual techniques. 8 PM.
    Three Realms Returns! Ebony has class every Wednesday that Bill doesn't- Jan. 4: Elementary Magick - The Mystic Art. Jan. 25: Elementary Magick - Part I "Use Of Elementary Weapons". Feb. 1st: Elementary Magick - Part II "Other Useful Tools". Classes start at 8 pm. (No Tobacco)
    Dave's Enochiana on the 31st at 8:30 pm. This month: "Discussing the round table NALVAGE; Its Meaning and Use". For intermediate and advanced students - beginners are welcome, but are not expected to understand.
    "Unfolding Hermetics" 8 pm at Merkabah House; Jan. 12th and 26th.
    The C. E. S. meets on the 30th at 7:30. Water signs should bring wine; other men bring bread, other women bring cheese. (415) 655-4942.
    The Exo-Psychology Guild will present a Lecture and Demonstration in honor of the birth of William James. 8 pm at Merkabah House. (415) 549-0952.
    King Cake Party at Merkabah Jan. 5th, around 8 or so...
    Brigid is February 4th - watch for flyers.

from the Grady Project:

The Gnome

There is a Gnome
In the iron mountains of the western desert
Where the jagged spires of the granite rimrock
Come ripping up through the corroded foothills

And he lives in these iron mountains
This Gnome
And he plays on the flame seared plains below
With his trails of dust and his twisting thermals
That begin nowhere and end in swirling nothingness

And he swims over the heat choked ravines
Flowing ever and around the blistering hearth stones
The chipped and glowing walls of the open hearth stones
This Gnome--whose furnace breath
Is the rippling heat of the bake oven
Pulsing and shimmering on the desert floor
And in whose cupped and twisted hands
The molten hyalesence
Of the mirage is prisoned

And he feeds on the fires in his crucible
This Gnome
Feeding and swimming in the fluid seas of the Flame Winds
In the viscous, liquid heat of the burning Flame Winds
Which lick the baked and scorching clay with tongues
Of fire that seem as serpent shappen flames
To bathe the nether islands of the sun
At their dire perihelion

And this amorphous Gnome
Like some smoke-pillared djinn a god evoked
To stand the watch of Cerberus
Above the river Phlegethon--has found
Beneath the slabs of basalt that are split
And rivened by the long diurnal siege
A noduled grain mercuric that had seeped
And sweated from the smelt of cinnabar

This Gnome--this entity--this eidolon
Self-procreate of fire and flame and heat
This Gnome

-- Grady L. McMurtry

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    Over the years, many people have asked how to pronounce the Hebrew words associated with the Tree of Life and with the Lesser Pentagram Ritual. It's one thing to get help in person, but by the printed word it's quite another matter entirely. It can be done. Here is the stuff of many "New Years'" resolutions for magicians and qabalists alike. Good luck, and don't sprain your face!


to Sephiroth, Letters and Divine Names used on the Tree of Life,
with some additions for the Lesser Pentagram Ritual.

Adapted from: QABALAH No. 1 by Bill Heidrick, Copyright © 1982 and
from: O.T.O. Newsletter #4, pp. 11-14, Copyright © 1978

    There are two common methods for pronouncing Hebrew, the Ashkenazic or German style and the Sephardic or Spanish style. The suggestions given below are for Sephardic pronunciation. Sephardic is closer to ancient Hebrew than is Ashkenazic.



TawKaf, meaning "Crown.
Ke-ter --- e as in met. Accent first syllable.

Second Sephira: CHOKMAH, HayMemKafChet, meaning "Wisdom".
Chok-Ma --- ch is a cough-like sound. o like in born. a like in father.
    Accent last syllable.

Third Sephira: BINAH, HayNunYodBet, meaning "Understanding"
Bi-Na --- i like in police. a like in father.
    Accent last syllable.

The Latent Sephira: DA'AT, TawAyinDalet, meaning "Knowledge".
Da-at --- a double "a" sound like that in bard. These two "a" sounds are
    separated by a "glottal stop", a sudden interruption of breath
    by very brief closing of the epiglottis. This unique sound is
    not used in English speech, but is sometimes used in German and
    in many other languages. When the Letter Ayin occurs in the
    middle of words, it almost always requires this effect.
    Accent the first syllable.

Fourth Sephira: CHESED, DaletSamekhChet, meaning "Mercy".
Che-sed --- Ch is a cough-like sound. Both e's are like in met.
    Accent first syllable.

Fifth Sephira: GEBURAH, HayReshVauBetGimel, meaning "Severity".
Ge-boo-Ra --- e as the first in believe. oo as in moon. a as in father.
    Accent last syllable.

Sixth Sephira: TIPHERET, TawReshAlephPehTaw, meaning "Beauty".
Tip-E-ret --- i like in bit. Both e's like in met. Accent mid syllable.

Seventh Sephira: NETZACH, ChetTzaddiNun, meaning "Victory through Endurance".
Ne-tzach --- e as in met. a as in bard. ch like ck in "ICK!"
    (This ch sound is not in standard English).
    Accent the first syllable.

Eighth Sephira: HOD, DaletVauHay, meaning "Glory".
Hod --- o like in bore.

Ninth Sephira: YESOD, DaletVauSamekhYod, meaning "foundation".
Ye-Sod --- e like the first e in believe. o like in bore.
    The last syllable should be louder.

Tenth Sephira: MALKUT, TawVauKafLamedMem, meaning "Kingdom".

Mal-Koot --- a as in bard. oo as in moon. Last syllable accent.



ALEPH, Peh-finalLamedAleph, meaning "Ox".
A-lef --- A like in father. e like in met. Accent the first syllable.

BET, TawYodBet, meaning "Dwelling".
Be-Yt --- e like in bet. Y like in yes. Accent last syllable.

GIMEL, LamedMemGimel, meaning "Camel".
Gi-mel --- i like in bit. e like in met. Accent first syllable.

DALET, TawLamedDalet, meaning "Door".
Da-let --- a like in father. e like in met. Accent first syllable.

HEH, AlephHay, meaning "Air Hole".
He --- e like in bet.
    Note: There are several other Hebrew spellings for this letter,
    but they all have the same pronunciation.
    Unusual ways to spell the letters of Tetragrammaton are employed
    in Qabalah to obtain Gematria for the numbers of the four Qabalistic worlds.
    That subject is beyond the present topic, but can be taken up later
    if there is interest.

VAU, VauVau, meaning "Nail".
Vav --- Just like English "Wow" except use an a like in father in place of the "o"

ZAIN, Nun-finalYodZain, meaning "Sword".
Za-yin --- a like in bard. i like in bit. Accent the first syllable.

CHET, TawYodChet, meaning "Fence".
Chet --- Ch is a cough-like sound. e is like e in bet.

TET, TawYodTet, meaning "Serpent".
Tet --- e like in bet.

YOD, DaletVauYod, meaning "Hand".
Yad --- a like in father. Alternately: Yod --- o like in bore.

KOPH, Peh-finalKaf, meaning "Closed Hand".
Kaf --- a like in father.

LAMED, DaletMemLamed, meaning "Ox Goad".
La-med --- a like in father. e like in met. Accent the first syllable.

MEM, Mem-finalMem or Mem-finalYodMem, meaning "Water".
Mem or Meym --- e like in bet.

NUN, Nun-finalVauNun, meaning "Fish".
Noon --- just like the English "Noon".

SAMEKH, Kaf-finalMemSamekh, meaning "Prop".
Sa-mekh --- a like in bard. e like in met. Accent the first syllable.

AYIN, Nun-finalYodAyin, meaning "Eye".
A-yin --- A like in bard, but with a glottal stop, not normal to English,
    from an interruption of breath. Y like in yes. i like in bit.
    Accent the first syllable.

PEH, HayPeh or AlephPeh, meaning "Mouth".
Pe --- e as in met. Alternatively: e as in bet.

TZADDI, YodDaletTzaddi, meaning "Fish Hook".
Tsa-De --- a like in father. e like in bet. The last syllable is louder.

QOF, Peh-finalVauQof, meaning "Back of the Head".
Qof --- o like in bore.

RESH, ShinYodResh, meaning "Head".
Resh --- e like in bet. sh like in wish.

SHIN, Nun-finalYodShin, meaning "Tooth".
Shin --- Sh like in wish. i like in police. Alternatively:
Sin --- S like in sin. i like in police.

TAW, VauTaw, last letter, meaning "Cross".
Tav --- a as in father. v like "w" in English.



EHEIEH, HayYodHayAleph, meaning "I AM".
E-he-ye --- First E like in met. Second e like the first e in believe.
    Third e like in met. Accent the first syllable.

YAH, HayYod, meaning "HE/SHE IS"
Yah --- a like in father. Alternatively:
Ye-Voh --- e like in met. o like in born. V and accent unchanged.

YAHWEH ELOHIM, Mem-finalYodHayLamedAleph     HayVauHayYod, meaning "HE/SHE MANIFESTS
Ye-Veh --- Both e's like in met. V like w in wind. --- meaning "He is."
Ye-Voh --- e like in met. o like in born. V and accent unchanged. --- meaning "She is."
Elo-Him --- E as in met but shorter. o as in bore. i as in police.
    Accent last syllable in both words.
    Note: Pronunciation of Tetragrammaton with Elohim traditionally uses the vowel points of
    Elohim. Otherwise, the vowel points of Adonai are used.

EL, LamedAleph, meaning "HE IS GREAT"
El --- E as in met.

ELOHIM GIBOR, ReshVauBetGimel     Mem-finalYodHayLamedAleph, meaning "THE MALE AND FEMALE
    For Elohim, see above note.
Gib-Bor --- i like in bit. o like in bore. Accent on last syllable.

JEHOVAH ELOH Va-DA'AT, TawAyinDalet-Vau     HayVauLamedAleph     HayVauHayYod,
Ye-ho-Vah --- e like first in believe. o like in bore. a like in father.
    --- meaning "He is". Alternative:
Ye-ho-Voh --- pronounced the same, except the second o is like in bore.
    Both alternatives have the V like an English "Wah" sound.
    Both accent on the third syllable.
Elo-Ha --- E like in met but shorter. o like in bore. a like in bard.
    Accent last syllable.
Ve-Da-at --- e like first e in believe. Both s's like in bard, but see
    the note above on "Da'at" for the necessary glottal stop.
    Middle syllable accented.
    Note: When the vowel points of Adonai are used to pronounce the Tetragrammaton,
    it comes out "Jehovah" instead of "Yahweh".

JEHOVAH TZABAOT, TawVauAlephBetTzaddi     HayVauHayYod, meaning "HE/SHE IS SPLENDOR"
Ye-Ho-Vah or Ye-Ho-Voh, "He is" or "She is", respectively.
   See "Jehovah", just above.
Tse-Ba-Ot --- e like first in believe. a like in father. o like in bore.
    Accent third syllable.

ELOHIM TZABAOT, TawVauAlephBetTzaddi     Mem-finalYodHayLamedAleph, "MALE AND FEMALE DEITIES
    See above for pronunciation: "Elohim" and "Tzabaot."

SHADDAI EL CHAI, YodChet     LamedAleph     YodDaletShin, meaning "ALMIGHTY GOD LIVES
Sad-Day --- First a like in father. Second a like in bard.
    Accent last syllable.
El --- E is in met. Chay --- Ch is a coughing sound. a as in bard.

ADONAI MELEKH HA-ARETZ, Tzaddi-finalReshAleph-Hay     Kaf-finalLamedMem     YodNunDaletAleph, meaning
Ado-Nay --- A as in bard but shorter. o as in bore. Last a as in father.
    Accent second syllable.
Me-lek --- Both e's like in met. Accent first syllable.
Ha-A-rets --- Both a's like in father. e like in met.
    Accent first syllable, after the "Ha".
    Note: These three names are commonly used either separately or in combination.



ATEH, HayTawAleph, meaning "THINE" or "UNTO THEE"
At-Ta --- First a like in bard. Second a like in father.
    Accent second syllable.

MALKUT, --- see above under Sephiroth.

Ve-GEBURAH, --- see above under Sephiroth and next entry for prefix.

Ve-GEDULAH, HayLamedVauDaletGimel-Vau, meaning "AND THE GREATNESS"
Ve-ge-doo-La --- e's both like the first in believe. oo as in moon.
    a as in father. Accent last syllable.
    Note: This is an alternate name for Chesed, the fourth Sephira. Also, the Hebrew letter Vau
    is equivalent to the English conjunction "and" when used at the front of a word.

Le-OLAHM, Mem-finalLamedVauAyin-Lamed, meaning "FOR ETERNITY" or "FOR ALL THAT EXISTS"
Le-a'a-o-La-m --- e as first in believe.
    The "a'a" signifies a very light glottal stop; omit if too difficult.
    o as in bore. a as in father. The "La" is accented, but the sound
    should drop back to normal by the time you reach "m".

AMEN, Nun-finalMemAleph, meaning an assertion of strong conviction.
Am-En --- a as in father. E as in bet. Accent last syllable.
    Note: This word is used intact in English, but does not have quite the same religious
    connotations in Hebrew. There is no actual English equivalent outside profanity and slang.

JEHOVAH, ADONAI, EHEIEH --- see above under Divine Names.

AGLA, AlephLamedGimelAleph, no direct meaning. This is a Noteriqon or mystical abbreviation of:
    YodNunDaletAleph    Mem-finalLamedVauAyin-Lamed    ReshVauBetGimel    HayTawAleph, Ateh Gibor Le-Olahm Adonai.
    That in turn means: "Thou art mighty forever O'Lord".
    Pronunciation is also cryptic, but using the initials of the
    component words and their attendant vowel points, we get:
A-gi-le-A --- a as in bard. i as in bit. e as the first one in believe. A as in bard.
    The last syllable should take the accent, but even that is undecided.

RAPHAEL, LamedAlephPehResh, meaning "GOD HEALS"
Re-Fa-El --- e as first one in believe. a as in father. e as in bet.
    Accent the last two syllables.

GABRIEL, LamedAlephYodReshBetGimel, meaning "GOD IS MIGHTY"
Gab-Ri-El --- a as in bard. i as in police. E as in bet.
    Accent the last two syllables.

MICHAEL, LamedAlephKafYodMem, meaning "LIKENESS OF GOD"
Mi-Ka-El --- i as in police. K like a light clearing of the throat.
    a as in father. E as in bet. Accent the last two syllables.

URIEL, ARIEL, LamedAlephYodReshVauAleph, meaning "LIGHT OF GOD", or loosely, "Lucifer"
    oo-Ri-El --- (The initial Aleph is silent --- no "a" sound here)
    oo as in moon. i as in police. e as in bet.
    Accent the last two syllables.


    By now, the reader has had a chance to try these pronunciations, and is just possibly a bit discouraged. Actually, once a start has been made at book-taught pronunciation of Hebrew, the worst is over. Now, but not when you made your first attempt, there are a few simple tricks to getting the sounds put together right. First, do each syllable separately, as though they were distinct words. Second, try the accent by making the unaccented syllable words more quiet and the accent syllable word louder. Finally, build fluency by saying the entire word as a smooth sound instead of distinct syllables. Pick an English word to get the feel of this final stage. Take an English Dictionary, and practice putting words you already use together by the pronunciation guide just after the first listing of the word in the dictionary. You will find yourself making the same natural errors in accent and fluency with these common words that you are making with Hebrew. The "feel" of the clumsiness of the pronunciation is the same for English as it is for Hebrew. Likewise the "feel" of a well pronounced word is the same.
    Example: Take the English word: "Success". A good dictionary will write: "(s*k-ses')"..."*" will be an upsidedown "e". The front of the dictionary will explain the sounds made by things like the upsidedown "e" symbol and the other sound symbols. The apostrophe (') symbol comes just after the accented syllable (I have used an underline here instead). Pretend that you have never used the word before and try it. If it comes out: Suck-ces, you will be able to hear yourself enough to see how to make the word sound more correct. Work on the Hebrew until it "hears" like English to you.
    There is one more trick to this that is a bit harder, but which works for some people. If you are not sure of several minor differences in pronunciation for a given word, simply try to say them all at the same instant. The resulting stress produces an odd twisting in the mouth and can more closely duplicate natural speech sounds than any purely academic methods can possibly manage.

---- O'h yes, CROWLEY is pronounced Crow-lee, not Craughli!

-- TSG (Bill Heidrick)

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Center for Enochian Studies, Volume I, Appendix A.

Analytical Contents

    This month the Center for Enochian Studies presents a analysis of the contents of Doctor John Dee's Mysteriorum Liber Primus. The Table of Contents is adapted and expanded from a partial listing, in an unknown hand, made toward the end of Libri Quinti Appendix, and is in substance what appears under the title 'Index Lib. Primus' on folio 113 of Sloane MS.3188. This has been elaborated, and is followed by the assignment of pagenation, to the articles which have appeared in our serialization. Concluding this article is an index to the texts of Ashmole and Dee as they appear in the given text of SL. MS. 3188.

Table Of Contents

    Elias Ashmole's preface in which he explains the strange story of how many of Dr. Dee's manuscripts remained hidden for a number of years, escaped several fires, and ultimately came into his possesion.
    [February 1988ev. Page #'s 1-4]

Mysteriorum Liber Primus: Mortlaci
    Dr. Dee's title page to the book containing his Actions from the years 1581 & 1582.
    [March 1988ev. pg. 5]

John Dee his note
    A table giving the principal Archangels, with some analysis of their relationships, and etymologies.
    [cont. 3/88. pp. 6-8]

A Preliminary Prayer
    A supplication written by Dee, in Latin for Angelic presence and wisdom.
    [April 1988ev. pp. 9-11]

A Testimony and Memorial
    In which Dr. Dee sets forth the premises and expectations of his Actions with spirits.
    [May 1988ev. pp. 12-15]

1581. December 22.
[here begins the 'Index Lib. Primus']
    'Saul skryed, & heard. Annael appeared. Great Crystalline Globe. Stone in the frame (given him of a friend)
    Elemental Fire inquires de Thesauro abscondito, and if he might see Michael.
    Elemental Fire quotes his book of Famous & Rich Discoveries.'
    [June 1988ev pp. 16-21]

1582. Saturday March 10. 11:15am.
    'Edward Talbot (i.e. Kelly) enters into Action with him.
    A skryer formerly willed Elemental Fire to call for Anchor into his stone in the frame, which he now used. Uriel appeared.
    A strange Seal or Characterismus of an illuding spirit, as Elemental Fire was given to understand.'
    [July 1988ev. pp. 22-25]

The Same Saturday Afternoon. 5pm.
    'A rich chair, and square Table appeared; which were to remain in the stone, to the sight of all undefiled creatures.
    Sigillum Dei to be made, and four lesser seals to be set under the tables feet.
    Lundrumguffa, a wicked spirit, an enemy to Elemental Fire to be discharged (driven away) with Brimstone.
    Maherion, a spirit Saul dealt with, who would have carried him away quick.'
    [August 1988ev. pp. 26-29]

Sunday March 11. 3am.
    '(Lundrumguffa) seemed to be beaten by the other Spirit for Elemental Fire's sake.' [this concludes the table given in Libri Quinti Appendice]
    [September 1988ev. pp. 30-33]

Wednesday March 14. 9am.
    An Action had by Dee & Talbot with the angels Uriel & Michael, in which Dee meets the Angel of his proffesion. Later they are shown the ring of Solomon, and are given further details concerning the Sigillum Dei AEmeth.
    [October 1988ev. pp. 34-39]

Thursday March 15. 1:15am.
    Wherein Dee and Talbot meet mighty king Solomon through the introduction of Raphael; and some confusion occurs over the identity of Michael & Gabriel. Also Edward Talbot is privily disclosed details concerning various items of requisite paraphanalia.
    [November 1988ev. pp. 40-43]

Concluding Fragment
    Uriel, Raphael, & Fortitudo Dei set forth some history of their existance, as told in the Apocrypha. And Elias Ashmole concludes this book with a postscript.
    [December 1988ev. pp,44-45]


    A 17
    Abraham 12
    Actions with Spirits 3, 14, 18, 22, 24, 28, 34, 41
    Adam 22
    Adle Street (London) 3
    Adonai 9, 40
    AGLA 26
    Agrippa, Cornelius 6, 35, 37, 41, 42
    aire 13, 40
    aleph (Heb) 6
    Anchor/Anachor/Anilos 22, 23
    Anna/Annah () 6
    Annael (Anael) 6, 14, 16, 17, 18, 42
    Arbatel 42
    Ashmole, Elias 1, 2, 3, 44
    Asmodeus 28
    asses 12

    Baalzebub 14
    Bacon, Roger 13
    Befafes 18
    black 2, 34
    Black Cross 2
    black hood 34
    breast 24
    brimstone 28
    Broadstreet (London) 2

    Casaubon, Dr. Meric 2
    cedarwood 3
    chair 26, 30, 34, 35, 37, 40, 41, 44
    chaplet 3
    charachters see 'sigils'
    Charles II 3
    Christ, Jesus 8, 12, 16, 22, 40
    circle 27
    colours 26
    compass 27, 36
    cross 2, 3, 26
    crystalline globe 13, 16
    cup 41

    Daniel 12
    David 26
    De Arte Cabalistica 37
    De Heptarchia Mystica 2
    De Miribili Potestate Artis et Naturae 13
    De Verbo Mirifico 37
    Devil 13
    dog 16

    ear 42
    earth 9, 40, 41, 44
    Ekron 14
    English 9
    Elementis Magicis 42
    Elohim 9
    Esdras 12, 44
    etymology 6
    eyes 30

    face 35
    Famous & Rich Discoveries 18
    fasting 18
    feathers 30
    feet 27
    fire 3, 16, 35, 40
    Fire of London 3
    Fortitudo Dei 6, 41, 42, 44
    48 Claves Angelicae 2

    Gabriel 6, 9, 34, 37, 41, 44
    George 28
    Gideon 12
    gilt 2
    gold 16, 23, 30, 36, 40, 42
    globe 16

    hands 16, 26, 30, 34, 36, 37, 44
    head 30, 34, 35, 40
    heart 26
    heaven 6, 9, 37, 40
    Hebrew 16
    Hersham (Surrey) 2
    High Priests 12
    Hilton, Robert 28

    The Institution Lawes & Ceremonies of the most Noble Order of the Garter 2
    iron 3
    invisible 31, 34
    Isaac 12
    Israel 14

    Jacob 12
    St. James 12
    Jehovah Zebaoth 9
    Jesus Christ see Christ
    Jones, Mr. & Mrs. 2
    Joshua 12

    II Kings 14

    lamen 42
    lanuage 9, 12
    Latin 9
    laurel 34
    left hand 30
    legs 30
    Liber Scientia Terrestris-Auxilij et Victoria 2
    Libri Quinti Appendice 24, 28
    Lilly, William 2
    London (England) 2, 3
    Lumbardstreet (London) 2
    Lundrumguffa 22, 23, 24, 28, 30, 31

    Magick 22
    Maherion 28
    Mammon 40, 42
    Michael 6, 9, 17, 22, 23, 26, 30, 34, 35, 36, 37, 41
    Mortlack (Surrey) 3
    Moorefields (London) 3
    Mysteriorum Liber Primus 2, 3, 5, 18, 44
    Mysteriorum Liber Secundus 44

    NA 34, 35, 37
    Nariel 34

    Obelison see Befafes
    Och 41, 42
    oil 27
    olive 3
    oratory 22, 42

    Paradise 22
    PELE 36, 37
    pen 31, 36
    Petri de Abano 42
    POLIPOS 41
    philosophy 9, 22, 36, 37
    Psalms 13, 26, 40
    purple 30

    Raphael 6, 9, 22, 28, 42, 44
    red 27, 40
    red silk 27
    Reuchlin, Joannis 37
    right arm 35
    right hand 30, 34
    ring 35, 36, 37, 42
    robe 30
    round 26, 27, 34, 36

    Sabbath 18
    Samuel 12
    Saul 12
    Saul (Barnabas) 13, 16, 26, 28, 44
    sceptre 40
    scourge 30, 31
    secrets 9, 12, 18
    seals 23, 26, 27, 36, 42
    seers 12, 13
    shewstone 12, 16, 17, 22, 23, 26, 27, 37, 40, 41, 42
    shoulder 28, 30
    Sigillum Dei AEmeth 26, 27, 36, 37
    sigils 23, 26, 27, 28, 30
    silk 27, 34
    six pence 34
    skryer 16, 22, 30, 35, 36, 40
    skulls 16
    Solomon 12, 35, 40, 41, 42
    Soyga 22, 23, 26
    square 2, 26, 27, 30
    star 16
    the stone see 'shewstone'
    Story, Samuel 2
    sun 18, 30, 40, 41, 42
    Surrey (England) 2
    sweetwood 3, 26
    sword 30, 34, 35, 36

    table 23, 26, 27, 28, 30, 34, 35, 36, 37, 41, 42, 44
    Tables of Soyga see 'Soyga'
    Talbot, Edward 22, 26, 30, 34, 35, 40, 42
    Tobias 12, 28, 44
    Tower of London 2
    treasure 16
    A True & Faithful Relation of what passed for many years between
             Dr. Dee & Some Spirits 2

    Uriel 6, 9, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 28, 30, 34, 35, 36, 41, 44

    Venus 18

    Wale, Thomas 2, 3
    wax 26
    whip 30
    white 16, 41, 44
    wings 30
    Woodall, John & Thomas 3

    yellow 16, 27

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Events Calendar for January 1989 e.v.

1/1/89Gnostic Mass at 8 PMThelema Ldg
1/2/89Camp MeetingHypatia Cmp
1/4/89"The Three Realms" with Ebony 8 PMThelema Ldg.
1/5/89King Cake Party 8 PMMerkabah Hse
1/7/89New Moon Ritual 9:30 PMThelema Ldg.
1/8/89Gnostic Mass at 8 PMThelema Ldg.
1/10/89Lodge meeting at 8 PMThelema Ldg.
1/11/89Class on Crowley's "Magick in Theory
and Practice" with Bill, 8 PM.
Thelema Ldg.
1/11/89William James B-Day party 9 PMMerkabah Hse
1/12/89Unfolding Hermetics 8 PMMerkabah Hse
1/13/89Friday the 13th PartyThelema Ldg.
1/13/89IIIrd Degree initiationsThelema Ldg.
1/14/89IInd Degree initiations at Dii AlieniThelema Ldg.
1/15/89Gnostic Mass at 8 PMThelema Ldg.
1/18/89Class on Crowley's "Magick in Theory
and Practice" with Bill, 8 PM.
Thelema Ldg.
1/21/89Full Moon Ritual 9:30 PMThelema Ldg.
1/22/89Gnostic Mass at 8 PMThelema Ldg.
1/23/89Erotology Study Group Dines 7 PMThelema Ldg.
1/25/89"The Three Realms" with Ebony 8 PMThelema Ldg.
1/26/89Unfolding Hermetics 8 PMMerkabah Hse
1/29/89Gnostic Mass at 8 PMThelema Ldg.
1/30/89Center for Enochian Studies 7:30 PMThelema Ldg.
1/31/89Enochiana with Dave "Nalvage" 8 PMThelema Ldg.

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