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Valgars After Kelley scried, and Dee recorded, all 91 of these, back in May in Cracow, Kelley had his spectacular vision of the Watchtower described above.
Note that in this vision, Kelley describes something round. Yet its components are thought by Dee, Kelley, and every writer we are aware of who has considered the topic since to map to particular parts of the Great Table, which appears square.
They also immediately follow a drawing of the Angels of the Tabula Bonorum, yet most would not find any particular connection between the Angels of the Tabula Bonorum and the Great Table or the Angelic Governors.
That makes the slight corrections made on some of the Great Table drawings, and mirrored in the equally detailed and calligraphed tables in Liber Scientiae, even more notable than usual.
We'll go through these drawings one at a time. First, Dee draws out a grid: Then, Dee draws a second set of tables where he writes Romanized equivalents of Enochian letters into the grid.
That's the Table usually called the "Tabula Recensa," as illustrated in our discussion last issue. The tables are also re-ordered from the first reception in Since directional and elements attributions are not clear at this point, we'll refer to each Watchtower each quadrant of the Great Table by using Roman letters for the three godnames that run across its meridian: Notice that at this point we're using two spellings for two of these names.
We'll explain by the end of this section. This second set, the first of two lettered Great Tables in this sequence of five drawings, contains quadrants in this order, and godnames spelled thus: But as stated, no directional and elements attributions are clear, or at least explicit, at this point.
Outside of each quadrant, you'll see the Seal or Sigil still associated with that quadrant. As the quadrants shift in later drawings, notice that the Seals shift with them or disappear, but never appear with a different quadrant of letters: Here, these names are never tabled out into a 4x5 grid of their own as is modern practice, and as Dee did in June ofbut appear in the Black Cross that binds the other four quadrants together.
If you compare the Seals or Sigils to the preceding, you'll see that the quadrants are now in this special arrangement, but numbered outside of the tables in this order: If you go to the effort of determining what Governors each of the jagged lines correspond to, you'll find that they map by shape to the Governors in our appendix with one exception which will be discussed below.
The only quadrant in the same place is the first, the one we've labeled "oro ibAh aozpi," now usually associated with the East. However, if you follow the sequence of the first or "Tabula Recensa" group, starting with "oro ibAh aozpi," and go clockwise around the quadrants, you'll get the same sequence that you would get if you follow the numbered versions above: We'll discuss this further in the next section.
After the third Table, that above which shows the Governor sigils, Dee presents yet another Table with letters. The lettered quadrants now match the spatial relationship of the Governors above, are numbered in the same way as the Table of Governors above, and now the Seal or Sigils from the first group of tables have been moved to match the corresponding tablet.
In other words, he's made the drawing out of order and put in a marginal note to reorder it. These Great Tables seem, to us, to show Dee looking at the four Watchtowers and either trying to figure out some sort of principle explaining their order in space in relation to one another, or, more likely, creating a teaching tool to show this to some other person or group.
And in fact, he has been writing for himself, and perhaps others, subtle directions showing the logic he has applied:CritiCal thinking and intelligenCe analysis Occasional Paper Number Fourteen david t.
Moore National Defense Intelligence College Washington, DC March The opinions expressed in this paper are those of the author.
This is a work of the US Government and is therefore public domain and not subject to copyright. Citations from Engineering Reasoning are used with the permission of the Foundation for Critical Thinking.
Forthcoming in the Engineering Management Journal, and adapted from a paper presented at ASEE, June , where it won ‘Best Conference Papers.’.
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