Enochian magick is a powerful system of ceremonial magic based on the 16th-century writings of John Dee and Edward Kelly, who claimed that their information was presented to them directly from angels. It is named after the biblical prophet Enoch and is perhaps the most powerful and elegant of all magical systems. Dee and Kelley's work has formed the basis for countless magical systems, such as the Golden Dawn, and has inspired magicians from all the generations that followed, including the famed Aleister Crowley.
This book presents readers with the Enochian selections from the Equinox, a magical journal published by Aleister Crowley. It features Crowley's distillation of the work of Dee and Kelley along with an introduction by Lon Milo DuQuette, master occultist.
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About the Author
Aleister Crowley (1875-1947), poet, mountaineer, secret agent, magus, libertine, and prophet is considered one of the most renowned and controversial figures to emerge from the Western occult revival era of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. His tradition lives on in his many books and through the O.T.O., a religious order with lodges to be found all over the world.
Lon Milo DuQuette is the US Deputy Grandmaster General of the O.T.O. and a highly regarded scholar and author whose books cover a vast array of topics, including magick, tarot, Western Mystery Traditions, and Qabalah.