Review: Enochian Vision Magick

I’m not going to understate this — Enochian Vision Magick: An Introduction and Practical Guide to the Magick of Dr. John Dee and Edward Kelley by Lon Milo DuQuette is the most important occult work of the modern era. How’s that for an endorsement? Yes, I know it’s a bold statement, but if you’re a student of the magical arts then this book will be an indispensable addition to your library, plain and simple.

It’s a fact that the Golden Dawn Magicians and Aleister Crowley did groundbreaking work with the limited access they had to Dee and Kelley’s inspired system of magic, but in the decades since new and exciting revelations have come to light. We now have a more complete access to John Dee’s writings, and thus we have a far more complete understanding of the phenomenal work he and his partner in crime divined.

DuQuette has given us a book that reintroduces us to the wonders of Enochian Magick, whether you’re a Dee purist or someone who has integrated it into their own belief system. One thing is for certain, Enochian Vision Magick is a manual for practitioners. The author’s writing style is modern, but the underlying mysteries that are revealed are timeless.

This book is an excellent companion to Geoffrey James’ Enochian Evocation of Dr. John Dee.

Lon Milo DuQuette has given us a great gift and I look forward to returning to this volume again and again as I continue my quest for communion with the unseen forces that fill the multiverse we share.

Enochian Vision Magick can be purchased through Red Wheel/Weiser.

One Response to “Review: Enochian Vision Magick”

  1. Thanks for this review- I was thinking about getting this but I think you’ve just tipped the scales!

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