C.F. Russell (Frater Genesthai), a student of Aleister Crowley, was given permission to start a magickal order in 1931. Called the Great Brotherhood of God and advertised with the claim of being a "shortcut to initiation," it ventured that ceremonial magick could be distilled to a few powerful and efficient steps. Louis Culling, head of its Southern California section, revealed its secrets-including dream recall, sex magick, rituals, the I Ching and more—in a slim volume in 1969, thirty years after the order closed.
Now, forty years later, Carl Llewellyn Weschcke (publisher of the original volume and one of the most knowledgeable occultists in the world) has edited, revised, and massively expanded the original, making it truly accessible and usable for contemporary magicians.
For those of you keeping score, this month (February 2014) marks
the release of my third title concerning the Enochian system of angel magick. It is called The Essential Enochian Grimoire, and—as its name implies—it contains step-by-step instructions for summoning some of the most powerful angels in the universe. It might just be the first and... read this article