Quotation: The mighty sownds haue entred in ye 3th Angle
Line: Metropolitan Line
The Fifth Key -- Dee's English
The mighty sownds haue entred in ye 3th Angle and are become as oliues in ye oliue mownt, looking wth gladnes vppon the earth and dwelling in the brightnes of the heuens as contynuall cumforters. vnto whome I fastened pillers of gladnes 19 and gaue them vessels to water the earth wth her creatures: and they are the brothers of the first and second and the beginning of their own sea[ts] which [are garnished with continually burning lamps] 69636 whose numbers are as the first, the endes, and ye contents of tyme. Therfore come you and obey your creation: viset vs in peace and cumfort: Conclude vs as receiuers of yor mysteries: for why? Our Lord and Mr is all One.
It is possible that the mention of entering at an angle may be linked to the Hounds of Tindalos coming through the angles of time.