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The Angelical Language, Volume I: The Complete History and Mythos of the Tongue of Angels Hardcover – May 8, 2010
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About the Author
Aaron Leitch has been a scholar and a spiritual seeker for nearly three decades. He is a member of the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, the Gentlemen of Jupiter, and the academic Societas Magica. His writings cover such varied fields as ancient Middle Eastern religion and mythology, Solomonic mysticism, shamanism, Neoplatonism, Hermeticism and alchemy, traditional Wicca and Neopaganism, the Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn, Thelema, angelology, Qabalah, Enochiana, African Diaspora religions, hexcraft and hoodoo folk traditions, psychology and consciousness expansion, cyberspace and virtual reality, and modern social commentary. He is the author of Secrets of the Magickal Grimoires and The Angelical Language, Volumes I and II. Visit his website at kheph777.tripod.com or his blog at aaronleitch.wordpress.com.
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Aaron Leitch has done the field of Enochian studies a great service in producing this two-volume opus, in which he explains his research into the interworking of some of the must puzzling parts of Dee & Kelley's work. In particular, through his exploration of the mysterious Liber Loagaeth and its integration and inter-relationships with the 48 Enochian Keys, Jewish mysticism (Qabalah, specifically the Merkavah), and more, the author gives the student of Enochian magick a coherent framework with which to work.
Although I may not agree with every aspect of Aaron's interpretations or analyses, or the decision to ignore some important aspects of the Dee corpus (especially the 19-day working), this work taken as a whole is overwhelmingly successful and deserves to be read by both beginning students and advanced adepts of the Enochian system. I have no qualms about recommending it highly.
Its a breath of fresh air to come across some new material that ISN'T the same oversimplified Golden Dawn style of Enochian magic that has flooded most of market (not to say this doesn't have its place and kudos to the authors the are exploring new ground).
There's not much else to say that hasn't been mention in the above reviews - apart from - if your serious about Enochian magic... you will want to read this book! Looking foward to any future works.