ENOCHIAN MAGIC IN THEORY (Hardback)
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Publication Date 29 February 2012
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The first of Frater Yechidah’s eagerly awaited Enochian Magic series, detailing John Dee and Edward Kelley’s magical system in extraordinary detail, from the Heptarchic system to Enochian proper.
Yechidah provides a unique mix of thorough research with his own experience and understanding from using the system for many years, resulting in a book that is both scholarly and insightful.
He explores the history behind the famous magician and seer, shows how the system was delivered, explains why it is such a powerful magical tool, and answers many of the questions that people have asked about the nature of the angelic beings.
Gain an indepth knowledge of Enochian magic. Learn how to derive the names of angels from the various tablets. Discover the purpose of the tools. Ponder the mysteries of the more obscure parts of the system, with Yechidah’s suggestions for what they might mean.
This tome provides a comprehensive overview of the Enochian system for both scholars and magicians, with excerpts from Dee’s diaries and insights from a number of Enochian magicians over the last century.
Enochian Magic in Theory is the first of a two part series on Dee’s angelic system, with Enochian Magic in Practice providing the practical instructions for how to put the magic into use.
Chapter I: Dee & Kelley
Chapter II: The Magic of the Angels
Chapter III: The Enochian Language
Chapter IV: Liber Loagaeth
Chapter V: The Stone & the Ring
Chapter VI: The Sigillum Dei Aemeth
Chapter VII: The Table of Practice
Chapter VIII: The Lamen
Chapter IX: The Bonorum
Chapter X: The Tablet of Nalvage
Chapter XI: The Great Table
Chapter XII: The Governors & Parts of the Earth
Chapter XIII: The Aethyrs
Chapter XIV: The Calls
Appendix I: Enochian Gematria
Appendix II: Enochian Dictionary
PRAISE FOR THIS BOOK
“Students of the Western Esoteric Tradition are often presented with an “either/or” approach to Enochian Magic—they are told that they must choose between either the Dee Purist tradition or the Golden Dawn tradition because “one is right and the other is wrong.” In Enochian Magic in Theory author Frater Yechidah takes a refreshingly ecumenical approach, presenting the Enochian system from various viewpoints and removing the unfortunate partisanship that has too often entered into the discussion. Written from the perspective of someone who has considerable experience with Enochian, Frater Yechidah’s text is reader-friendly and filled with valuable illustrations that will help students better understand this complex subject. We wholeheartedly recommend Enochian Magic in Theory to anyone, beginner or Adept, who seeks a well-rounded, well-researched book on Enochian theurgy.”
— Charles “Chic” Cicero and Sandra “Tabatha” Cicero
Chief Adepts of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn
authors of The Golden Dawn Enochian Skrying Tarot
“As the subject of Enochian magick has become more popular among modern occultists, it is no surprise to find new introductory material being offered by those who studied the system in its obscurity. Enochian Magic in Theory is a good example of such a resource. Here, students interested in the “Dee-purist” tradition will find simple and straightforward introductions to the various tools and tables, angels and spirits recorded in Dee’s occult journals. Students of the post-Victorian “Neo-Enochian” tradition will find detailed explanations of material (some of it quite obscure) added to the system by the Order of the Golden Dawn, Aleister Crowley and others. All of this is mixed together with the personal work, theory and experience of the author (and, in some cases, that of his Enochian-based Order, the O.S.D.L.), giving us a rare glimpse into the modern theory and practice of the greater Enochian tradition.”
— Aaron Leitch, author of The Angelical Language, Volumes I & II.
“I wish it (and its upcoming partner, Enochian Magic in Practice) had been around years ago; I would have been saved a lot of work and pain. For anyone interested in Enochian matters, the Golden Dawn or western magical in general, I recommend this book as an essential guide. In its pages you will find much to reward, intrigue, inform and delight you.” [Read the full review.]
— Peregrin Wildoak, author of By Names and Images – Bringing the Golden Dawn to Life.