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My third title concerning the Enochian system of angel magick 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 only Enochian book that you will carry around a magickal circle as you work, rather than stashing it away on a bookshelf as reference material. In case you've never heard of Enochian magick before, we've got you covered. As a prelude to the book's release, I wrote a brief article called What is Enochian Magick? (The Two Mystical Traditions of Enoch the Prophet). If you find interest in Enochiana (or if it should, ...

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In my book, Modern Magick, I gave a brief introduction to one of the most important people in the history of magick, Dr. John Dee (1527–1608 or 1609). More than a magician, Dee was also one of the most interesting and fascinating figures of the Elizabethan Age. When he died, his home in Mortlake (a district of London on the southern bank of the Thames River) had the largest library in all of England. Besides being a magician, he was also an astronomer and astrologer, a geographer, a world traveler, a mathematician, a scholar and…a spy. His fame allowed him to be an occasional advisor and astrologer to Queen Elizabeth I of England. When others advised her to send out the ...

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The Enochian MythosIn the Beginning, the Creator fashioned the world via a series of divine words. These words were then written in letters of fire upon a series of celestial tablets called the Book of the Speech From God. That Book contains the celestial language of creation, the keys to the gates of heaven and all the knowledge and wisdom of the universe—past, present and future. It appears in many different forms in religions around the world—variously called the Heavenly Tablets, the Tablets of Destiny, the Book of the Secrets of God, the Book of Life, the Book of the Lamb, the Book of Thoth, the Akashic Records, and even Book T (or Tarot). In the Garden of Paradise, Adam ...

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While dismissed in scientific circles, the idea that we could arrive at some language that more accurately or efficiently communicates with spirits or our own deep minds is a common one in magic. The most famous of attempts to do is often called Enochian, although the creator, John Dee, called it "the Angelic Language." John Dee, who was court astrologer to Queen Elizabeth I in the sixteenth century, specifically characterized his attempt to contact angelic beings and learn their language as an attempt to recover an anterior Ur-language that was spoken by Adam before the fall. What Dee ended up with, thanks to the help of his friend Edward Kelley, is a collection of short poetic ...

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