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Product Details

  • Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Kerubim Press (February 29, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1908705035
  • ISBN-13: 978-1908705037
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #192,405 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Dean F. Wilson was born in Dublin, Ireland in 1987. He started writing at age 11, when he began his first (unpublished) novel, entitled The Power Source. He won a TAP Educational Award from Trinity College Dublin for an early draft of The Call of Agon (then called Protos Mythos) in 2001.

He has published a number of poems and short stories over the years, while working on and reworking some of his novels. The Call of Agon is his first published novel.

Dean also works as a journalist, primarily in the field of technology. He has written for TechEye, Thinq, V3, VR-Zone, ITProPortal, TechRadar Pro, and The Inquirer.

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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By P E Wildoak on March 6, 2012
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This is a wonderful book, which I highly recommend purchasing.

I do not generally discuss Enochian matters in public. There are two reasons for this. Firstly, one is apt to find one self in the midst of heated discussions between intelligent, young male magicians centred on the minutiae of a how a particular letter should be vocalised. In his excellent and very readable book Mr Wilson addresses this matter head on with his advice that within obvious limits,

...pronunciation appears to be less important than it would at first appear, with magicians getting results regardless of how they pronounce the words". (93)

The second reason I tend to shun public Enochian discussions is also directly addressed by Mr Wilson:

The truth about Enochian magic is that you do not have to put quite the same effort into getting results as you do with, for example, the Qabalah or Goetia. Even those who just read one of the Calls or listen to a recording of it frequently report unusual occurrences soon afterwards.

As a young naive Pagan teenager I discovered this for myself. Returning home with a rare copy of the out of print Golden Dawn by Regardie, I sat down at my desk and idly opened the book, my eyes falling on the strange Enochian in the middle of the Portal ceremony. Fascinated, I simply mouthed the words, hardly audible at all. The effect was weird, energetic but not dramatic.

Later that night however, as I began my Pagan circle in the middle of my room there was a strange scratching noise in the wall my desk lent against. As I turned the scratching intensified and moved up the wall, across the ceiling directly towards me. As it got above me I the sounds increased and the ceiling bowed as something seemed to be trying to claw its way to me.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Nicholas Farrell on March 14, 2012
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I first became interested in Enochian in the 1990s and was among a group which was not particularly impressed with the GD's approach to it. That is not to say we didn't try it. There were some glorious moments pathworking into the Enochian Aethyrs and some outright unpleasant ones. On the plus there was a moment where an angel predicted the Bosnian War which was something none of us knew anything about. On the negative side there were post ritual fainting and nose bleeds. There was a rough edge to it which we could not place. We decided that it might have had something to do with the way GD enochian was wired and so went back to John Dee's Diaries. (Of course not being members of the Golden Dawn, none of us realised that it might have been above our grade). We started experimenting with using the same sorts of equipment, the seal, the table, and a crystal, which was used by John Dee and the rough edge started to vanish.
Then we discovered that the Golden Dawn system was based on a document called Sloane 307 which was written in the 17th century and was based on a reading of True and Faithful Relation, by Casubon. Casubon provided an edited version of Dee's Diaries and so some of the important stuff was missing.
Dean's book fills in the gaps that have been left by the Golden Dawn and Sloane 307 by bringing together a lot of the research which has been carried out over the last 20 years on Dee's magic system. In this book is all you need to do to go from A, to B, to C. Some of this material is elsewhere, but not of it is in one place. Dean brings the material to hand and explains it very clearly.
When there is some dispute about what Dee, or his Angels were banging on about, Dean provides both sides of the argument and gives his opinion.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Sir R.Ramos on July 5, 2012
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Great Work!

For anyone interested in a great theoretical work on the Enochian sequence this is a good place to start. I have experienced that the Enochian sequences of sounds and symbols could be from other humans in the Universe revealed through Dr. Dee and Kelly practicing clairvoyant ways to receive the system. For example, I experienced similar experiences likened to others on forums of Alien type worlds, machines, and beings. Practicing the sequence produced influxs of intelligence that out of no where drove me into finding easy ways of trying to merge scientific theory to spirituality. I believe that this system has something more to offer humans than just it being a magical system I have personally found atomic sequences embedded within it and other marvelous things. I would encourage anyone beginning this book to take it as a grain of sand because the doors to other dimensions, races, intelligences, and worlds will open up at a trememdous pace. This book has been very good in teaching me basics on Enochian and think its an excellent scholarly work.

Thank you,

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Layo on December 6, 2013
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I am incredibly grateful that this book was published; without it, I would not have been able to appreciate the spiral nature of the Bonorum angels and the derivation of the names of their Ministers. Also much appreciated was the inclusion of the Heptagonum Stellare. All of the explanations for the derivation of the angel names from the tables was clear and nicely-presented. I can't wait for the publication of the sequel.

This book is the keystone capping the arch of my favorite books on Enochian magic, answering questions and filling in blanks left by such excellent works as Enochian Vision Magick by DuQuette, The Enochian Vision Magick of Dr. John Dee by James, and Mastering the Mystical Heptarchy by Stenwick. These books have launched me on a satisfying exploration of the Tabula Collecta and the Aethyrs. Thanks to the good advice given by Wilson and these authors, I have been able to work with this system without the aggravating energy overload or hangover I used to experience. I've built the entire temple as closely to spec as I could, and was also inspired to create additional tools such as Bonorum tiles engraved in marble or granite to place my feet upon during invocations. I am getting much better results now than I used to get, after having been fascinated by this system for 13 years (with startling and harsh results at first).

Thank you so much to all of these writers and practitioners for your clear presentation of the extremely complex Enochian material. You have done an immense service to the magical community. You'll never know how much your careful work has meant to me, and I hope others benefit as well.
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