Edward Kelley (1527 - ?1597), the alchemist and theurgist, is chiefly remembered for his association with Dr. John Dee, for whom he was the scryer in a series of Angelic Conferences during which was revealed the Angelic or Enochian system of magick (1582 - ?1587). Although there has been much speculation (based on rumour) concerning the rest of Kelley's life, very little is actually known of it.
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The Alchemy Web Site: Ashmole's Account of Edward Kelly's Transmutations
A excerpted transcript from Elias Ashmole's "Theatrum Chemicum Britannicum", wherein Ashmole describes Edward Kelley's alchemical projections by means of his red powder.
Edward Kelly and John Dee: Alchemists Who Transmuted the Stone.
An article on these two men and their experiments with Alchemy.
The Invisible Basilica: Edward Kelly
A brief article on the Elizabethan magician Edward Kelley as one of the Saints of Ecclesia Gnostica Catholica.
The Magus, Book II: Biographia Antiqua: Doctor Dee, And Sir Edward Kelly
Francis Barrett's writings on Dee and Kelley.
Sacred Texts: The Stone of the Philosophers
An alchemical treatise by Edward Kelley.
Voynich MS - Biographies: Edward Kelly
A partial biography of Kelley relating mainly to his time at the court of Emperor Rudolf II.
Wikipedia: Edward Kelley
A short biographical article on Kelley.
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