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  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Weiser Books (1 Sept. 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1578632544
  • ISBN-13: 978-1578632541
  • Product Dimensions: 23 x 16.8 x 2.2 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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The Complete Enochian Dictionary In 1581, Dr. John Dee, an advisor in the court of Queen Elizabeth I, began a series of experiments intended to explore the ability to contact the spirit world. With Edward Kelley acting as the medium in these experiments, Dee was able to record these communications as they were transmitted in Enochian -- the language of the angels.Donald Laycock has thoroughly analyzed the work of Dee and Kelley. ... Full description

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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 2 May 1997
Format: Paperback
This is the long-awaited paperback edition of the original 1978 hardback by Askin Publishers, Chiswick, England, now out of print and obtainable only second-hand from occult bookshops at extortionate prices. Donald Clarence Laycock was a colleague of mine, a specialist in the languages of Papua-New Guinea by trade, who had many side interests, the occult being one of them. This review is based on my copy of the original Askin hardback, which Don presented me, complete with a dedication in Enochian, for having written the software for the dictionary. Enochian is the "Angelic language" of the magical texts ("calls") collected by Dr John Dee, astrologer to Elizabeth I, through his medium Edward Kelley, the first of which starts: "Ol sonf vors g, goho Iad Balt" (I reign over you, says the God of Justice). The Enochian calls have been used by occultists for ceremonial magic, from Aleister Crowley to Anton Szandor La Vey of Satanic Church fame. Laycock was able to reconstitute the pronunciation of Enochian, as Kelley must have uttered it, from his knowledge of Elizabethan English. The bulk of his book, some 180 pages, consists of an Enochian-to-English (120 pages) and English-to-Enochian dictionary (60 pages), with Enochian pronunciation, variants and their sources. This is preceded by some forty pages entitled "ENOCHIAN: Angelic language or mortal folly?" where Laycock, after introducing John Dee, Edward Kelley and the mechanisms of the Enochian revelation, analyzes the language in thorough scholarly fashion, alphabet, pronunciation, grammar, syntax, and discusses other occultists' opinion, analyses and use of Enochian.Read more ›
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 4 April 2002
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For over 20 years Enochian magick has been my passion and magical "drug" of choice. I've evoked many of the elemental spirits and am continuing my personal initiatory career by systematically exploring the 30 Aethyrs of the system. There are four or five texts that are absolutely indispensable if one is serious about taking up his complex art. The first one I would recommend is "The Enochian World of Aleister Crowley" by Lon Milo DuQuette and Christopher Hyatt. Next would be Laycock's Complete Enochian Dictionary. I am so happy to see that this has been reissued. My first edition has nearly turned to dust. A new introduction by DuQuette, where he actually describes an evocation of an elemental angel, is priceless...and a bit reassuring. My highest recommendation. -- R.D. Potter
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 20 Sept. 2001
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This book seems to have it all. A short concise history of Dee and his extraordinary visions a link with Crowley and finally the complete dictionary of the Enochian Language. There is tremendous respect for this language across the board of occult users it is a must buy for anyone interested in Crowley or in simply the art of real magickal traditions. You cannot work wihout it so get your credit card out. This book enables one to decipher and construct talesmatic images with total accuracy. The contrasts with Crowley's work give boundless food for thought. The majestic language itself is transporting in itself - the section on dealing with the pronoucement of letters is worth the wait and the fiddle. There is nothing yet to superceed this. Simply buy it you will treasure it believe me!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kaleb Mikkel Porse on 6 Jan. 2007
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An excellent analysis of the original source material, I must admit that I had trouble putting it down. The only drawback I could find is that the actual analysis of Dee and Kelley and their seances and so forth only last about 70 pages. This, however is not the purpose of the book, according to its title.

All in all a wonderful book and I give it my highest recommendation.
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