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Enochian Magic & The Kabbalah: Summoning Angels, Aliens, UFOs & Other Divine Encounters Paperback – December 15, 2011
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I've not read any other works on Enochian magick, and therefore can't compare it to other views of the system. Enochian magick has always seemed very cryptic and complex to me so I have very little interest in pursuing it, however there is an overview and guidelines in this book on how to apply the system. The completeness of the material, I suppose, is subject to the reader's experience, but at the very least I believe this could get someone started along the path. Concerning the Kabbalah aspect, while there are interesting tidbits found here, most of my references will continue to be from other sources.
The strength of the book is in the author's compelling writing style and the history he presents. Joshua Free clearly illustrates how old knowledge was reinterpreted over time, some bits manipulated and others forgotten. This was among the first books I've read concerning the Anunnaki paradigm. It opened my eyes to some new ideas. I've read it two or three times already and can see myself going back again and again.
As far as the Enochian content goes well sure it's in there but it's not very accurate and doesn't say anything so much as what to do with it. This is the first time I ever read that John Dee needed money so he was trying to get the angels to make gold. Where's the source for that or is it more wild conjecture? While I've never heard of this it could even be true. Though I doubt anyone with the favor of Queen Elizabeth was that broke. It was later in John Dee's life that he started selling off his estate. Anyways the point is the author presents information all the time without anything to back up his claim. The Enochian material itself is just as bland as every other standard Enochian book. Here are the calls, have fun. No new insight or anything.
In summary, this book wasn't bad but it mostly feels like the author is ranting his point and we're just supposed to accept it without being given much in the way of evidence or suggestions for further study. It did make me go aha and hmm a few times so it's cool for that. I hope the author's future works are a bit more in depth because his ideas are indeed worth pondering.Read more ›