2010年08月16日

他のと重複する情報ですが

1995/8/27, posted by Joseph H. Peterson

Kelley introduced himself to Dee on March 8, 1582 (old calendar) under the assumed name of Edward Talbot. He gave Dee his real name prior to November 15 after an apparent falling out of 6 months duration. The treasure map was delivered to Dee on March 22, 1583. Kelley told Dee (see pg 125 of my 1985 edition) that he had found it in Northwil Hill along with a boke (Book of St. Dunstan) and an alchemical powder. Dee was very worried about getting into trouble with the law if he went around digging for the treasures, and was therefore instructed by the spirits to bring back samples of earth from the locations revealed in the scroll, wherewith they would produce the treasures magically. Kelley went off on this errand on May 10 and returned May 22. However, the spirits never did produce the promised treasure.

Note also that one of Dee's first questions of the spirits at their March 1st session ("action") was how he read a mysterious book he had come to possess. This line of query continued and remained unsatisfied as far as I can tell from his manuscripts. He called this mysterious manuscript Soyga and told the spirits, "Oh, my great and long desyre hath byn to be hable to read those Tables of Soyga." (pg 12 of my 1985 edition)
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