Presenting a comprehensive overview of Dee’s life and work, Louv examines his scientific achievements, intelligence and spy work, imperial strategizing, and Enochian magick, establishing a psychohistory of John Dee as a singular force and fundamental driver of Western history. Exploring Dee’s influence on Sir Francis Bacon, the development of modern science, 17th-century Rosicrucianism, the 19th-century occult revival, and 20th-century occultists such as Jack Parsons, Aleister Crowley, and Anton LaVey, Louv shows how John Dee continues to impact science and the occult to this day.
My sincere thanks to Ian Rons for this insightful review… The Complete Mystical Records of Dr. John Dee edited by Kevin Klein Llewellyn, 2 vol., pp. 1760 The “Enochian” records… Read more »
Internationally acclaimed author and lecturer, Stephen Skinner, returns to speak with Frater Puck about his recent Dr John Dee’s Spiritual Diary. He was responsible for introducing real feng shui to… Read more »
The Atlantis Bookshop Presents… Dee DayA Conference exploring the World of Dr. John Dee · Robin E. Cousins – Dee and the Tuba Veneris.· Glyn Parry – Dee: The Arch-Conjuror… Read more »
Enochian Magick has long been considered the “deep end of the pool” of the occult arts. Ever since John Dee and Kelley began their workings with these angelic beings centuries… Read more »