Fun fact: Elias Dee is named after Elias Ashmole and John Dee. John Dee was a 16th-century English alchemist who journeyed to the court of Holy Roman Emperor Rudolf II in Prague, a court bound up in a lot of stories interconnecting with that of the Prague golem. Elias Ashmole was an avid 17th-century student of Dee’s works, a cavalier, collector and one of the earliest Freemasons.

So, y’know, crazy people.