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Jason Louv's new book, John Dee and the Empire of Angels: Enochain Magick and the Occult Roots of the Modern World, is a departure from his previous works.
Enochian Magic and the Higher Worlds is not only a useful addition to an Enochian library, but also an interesting bit of research.
You can find us in the Magician's Temple under "Working with Enochian magick."
The Esoteric Secrets of Surrealism symbolizes a reuniting of art, science, and mysticism: the head, body, and heart, all working together.
The most complete history I’ve ever read in a single Enochian grimoire, focusing far beyond our favourite duo of Dee and Kelley.
The 24 stones of the Theban alphabet, plus a blank, are associated with various figures from the history of magick and spirituality.
"No spiritual development begins without that person having a mystical experience," claimed my friend Hans.
Students will find Enochian Vision Magick an invaluable guide to Enochiana, and experienced practitioners will find additional insight.
Szyoni argues that John Dee's interest in occultism was a logical extension of his philosophical studies.
Numerology,was invented to quantify, tabulate and create concepts to be applied at useful purposes. The role of numbers in esoteric studies was largely originated...