Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition
No. 18, Vol. 2. Vernal Equinox 2010


J. S. Kupperman

Editorial Staff
J. S. Kupperman
Frater L.
Samuel Scarborough

Web Design and Development
J. S. Kupperman

Teresa Burns
Nick Farrell
David Harrington
J. S. Kupperman
J. Alan Moore
Samuel Scarborough

The Cover Art: Enochian Maiden

From the cover of the up coming Ophanic Revelation: Angelic Science and the End of Time by Vincent Bridges, DARLENE and Terri Burns.


Introduction: Here, There be Angels
by J. S. Kupperman
A very brief introduction.

Olympic Spirits: The Hidden Gods
by Nick Farrell

Frequently neglected today the Olympic planetary spirits have a long history. Are they merely spirits or something greater? This unique exploration of the Olympic Planetary spirits suggests something greater.

The Ophanic Alphabet: A Search for Meaning

The Enochian or Ophanic alphabet is a key component of what is now known as the Enochian system. But is it simply a letter cypher or is there something much deeper at its heart?

John Dee and Edward Kelley's Great Table
by Teresa Burns and J. Alan Moore

The Great Table, with its Four Watchtowers and Black Cross, is the last received and most complex component of a system that many have used, but few understand. What did John Dee believe this Great Table contained, and what did he think it was for?


Book Reviews
Alchemy Journal, v10, n2 - review by J.S. Kupperman
Inclinations - review by J. S. Kupperman
Grand Key of Solomon the King - review by Samuel Scarborough
The Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses - review by Samuel Scarborough

Archangelic Seals of Armadel - BuffaloBob

Poetry and Fiction
New Covenant - David Harrington


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