[Dee (who identified himself by Δ) records in his diary (as reported by Meric Casaubon) the presumed visions of Edward Kelley.]

Δ. Not long, lo, there appeared a great flame of fire in the principal Stone, (both standing on the Table before E. K.) which thing though he told me, I made no end of my Prayer to God. And behold, suddenly one seemed to come in at the south window of the Chappel, right against E. K. (But before that, the stone was heaved up an handful high, and set down again well, which thing E. K. thought did signifie some strange matter toward.) Then after, the man that came in at the window seemed to have his nether parts in a cloud, and with spred-abroad arms to come toward E. K. At which sight he shrinked back somewhat, and then that Creature took up between both his hands the stone and frame of gold, and mounted up away as he came.. E. K. catched at it, but he could not touch it. At which thing being so taken away, and at the sight thereof E. K. was in a great fear and trembling, and had tremorem cordis for a while. But I was very glad and well pleased.

A true & faithful relation of what passed for many yeers between Dr. John Dee … and some spirits tending … to a general alteration of most states and kingdomes in the world : his private conferences with Rodolphe, Emperor of Germany, Stephen, K. of Poland, and divers other princes about it … : as also the letters of sundry great men and princes … to the said D. Dee. Dee, John, 1527-1608., Casaubon, Meric, 1599-1671., Kelly, Edward, 1555-1595. Pasted from <http://quod.lib.umich.edu/e/eebo/A37412.0001.001/1:25..12?rgn=div3;view=fulltext>