Journal of the Western Mystery Tradition
No. 20, Vol. 2. Vernal Equinox 2011


J. S. Kupperman

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

Web Design and Development
J. S. Kupperman

Timothy P. Bielec
Teresa Burns
J. S. Kupperman
J. Alan Moore
Dr. Leo Ruickbie
Samuel Scarborough
VH Frater YShY

The Cover Art: The Holy Table using the colors described by Elias Ashmole

A modern interpretation of Dr. John Dee's "Holy Table."

By J. Alan Moore

Ten Years of the Journal
by J. S. Kupperman

It doesn't seem that long, does it?

Tinctures for Healing: Z-2 Application of Heh Final
by VH Frater YShY

A spagyric ritual in the tradition of the RR et AC, adapted for use with the Z-2 Formula.

Alaerian's Watchtower
by J. Alan Moore

Combining elements of the RR et AC's enochian tradition with the teaching of the Fifth Way School and sacred Geometry, Alaerian provides an example of his magical praxis.

Hitbodedut, Theurgia and the Modern Magus
by J. S. Kupperman

Hitbodedut, a form of Jewish kabbalistic meditation, has been practiced for over a 1000s years. This paper explores hitbodedut's connection to Neoplatonic theurgia and its usefulness to the modern magician.

Reinventing the Renaissance Occult in Modern and Postmodern Culture Conference
review by Dr. Leo Ruickbie

Review of a 2009 conference held at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, England.

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

In this last of three articles on the Enochian Great Table of Earth, we look at whether John Dee and Edward Kelley's color, directional, and elemental attributions in any way match those of modern initiatory orders.


Book Reviews
The Complete Magick Curriculum of the Secret Order G.'.B.'.G.'. - review by Samuel Scarborough
Sepher Raziel: Liber Salomonis - review by Samuel Scarborough

Sigillum Dei Aemeth - Timothy P. Bielec



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