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  • Paperback: 1 pages
  • Publisher: NEW FALCON PUBLICATIONS; Reprint edition (1 Jan. 1991)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1561840297
  • ISBN-13: 978-1561840298
  • Product Dimensions: 21.3 x 13.7 x 1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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Many consider Enochiana the most powerful and least understood system of Western Occult practice. This book makes it truly accessible and easy to understand. Crowley's work was the launching pad for all that followed. Originally published in 1912, it rent the veil of the Inner Order of the Golden Dawn and revealed its most precious jewel for all to see. And now, for the first time, the reader is provided with instructions that bridge the gap between the material and spiritual worlds by integrating Enochiana with Sex Magick. Mr. DuQuette and Dr. Hyatt bring over forty years of practical experience in the field to show you how to start using this powerful system right now. It also includes an Enochian dictionary.

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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By on 13 May 2001
Format: Paperback
I do not claim to have a thorough understanding of the Enochian system, I will say that first of all. However, after reading a couple of books on Enochiana I found the 'Enochian World of Aleister Crowley' helpful, in comparison. It says it as it is and using record breaking use of pages. Very clear. All the appropriate diagrams are there as well as the largest Enochian lexicon I know of. I do not think the subtitle of 'Enochian Sex Magick' is valid. Only one chapter is devoted to sexual Magick and this is not what I would call 'Enochian'. To see how important the Enochian system was to Aleister just remember that 'The Vision and the Voice', which he considered his penultimate work, was his subjective experience of the last 30 Enochian Aires. A great help in the pronounciation of the first two Aires will be found in the '666' CD of Crowley's speaches.... Nobody will learn this angelic system without time, effort and dedication but the 'Enochian World of Aleister Crowley' will give you the best possible start. BITOM!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 21 July 1999
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If there is anything more daunting that the Goetia, it is Enochiana. At least with the Goetia you are merely dealing with devils and demons (the discarded former gods,in other words). Here, however, one is dealing with a system that calls for order and precision, drawn from a selection of materials that seems to lack any order and precision (the original manuscripts by Dee and Kelley are not complete; before being salvaged, they were being used as wrapping papers). Hyatt has done an excellent job of organizing the materials and making it useful.
Like most Western magic (or magick, as some call it), it works, but usually not in the ways expected. Not for the selfish or the faint of heart.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 19 Nov. 1998
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Less a work about Sex Magick than a very good introduction to the Enochian system as outlined by Crowley, this work exhibits Lon Milo DuQuette's usual strengths: clarity, practicality, wisdom, and wit. Highly recommended to anyone interested in Enochiana.
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CROWLEY-DUQUETTE-HYATT, an Unholy Trinity 11 Jan. 2002
By Renus Hyena - Published on
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Aleister Crowley was called a black magician and the "wickedest man in the world." He was also called a holy-man, prophet, and Logos of the Aeon. In either case, he was the most brilliant and prolific philosopher magicians of the 20th Century. His greatest failing (if you can call it a failing) was the fact that he wrote as if he expected his readers were as educated, brilliant, and insightful as he. (He also mistakenly thought they could all figure out when he was kidding.)
I'm no dummy, and it took me several years, lots of reference books, and a good deal of spiritual courage before I could begin to appreciate Crowley and his works. Helping to light my way through the dark tangles of Crowleyana were two books that were amazingly easy to understand, THE ENOCHIAN WORLD OF ALEISTER CROWLEY, and ALEISTER CROWLEY'S ILLUSTRATED GOETIA. These little gems were written with the expressed purpose of making Crowley's works on Enochian and Goetic magick comprehensible and usable.
I don't know what gods conspired to bring Lon Milo Duquette and Christopher S. Hyatt, Ph.D together as a writing team, but I thank them. Both these gentlemen are prolific authors and famous in their own right, (just search their names on Together with Crowley, however, they become an Unholy Trinity of modern magick.
If you would actually like to perform magick instead of just reading about it, read both these little books now. Do I sound impressed? I am.
28 of 31 people found the following review helpful
Excellent guide into Enochian 21 July 2000
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This is an excellent little book! It takes the complexity of the Enochian system and makes it usable. I can say that this is something many other books on the subject fail to accomplish. Hyatt and Duquette are both experienced and practicing magicians, which instantly comes across in this work, with its "dare to be lazy" attitude. Through experience of my own, I can tell you what the two trademarks of all true magicians are: 1)The ability to laugh, even at the worst horrors, and 2)The ability to throw jargon out the door and discern the heart of every matter while never taking any matter too seriously. The simple reason for these abilities is that by actually doing magick and actually experiencing the magickal universe instead of merely reading about it, these abilities are automatically developed. These are abilities that Hyatt and Duquette both possess, and it sets the tone for this book. If you study its contents, you WILL understand the enochian system, and if you practice its rituals, you WILL be successful, given that you have at least some prior experience in magick. Be forewarned that this is advanced magick, and requires one to be proficient in the basic abilities. The methods taught here are powerful, utilising the potencies of Sex Magick. Enochian Magick in general should not be dabbled with without a thorough foundation. Doing so will either prove useless or expose the dabbler to very real dangers, depending on that person's innate psychic ability. Regardless of what some authors claim, these forces are more than mere phantoms of the mind. They act in a very independent and objective way upon the magician's reality. In other words, they might have other agendas than those of the naive apprentice, and will express these agendas quite violently if their "master" fails to muster the strength to command otherwise. In having said that, I leave the rest over to Hyatt and Duquette. After this the rest is between you and the angels of Enochian Magick. Enjoy!
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Summon the Angels of Enoch 2 Dec. 1999
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Hyatt and Duquette put together a splendid ritual using Enochian keys and calls based on Crowley's essay. It explains the charts and tables, that Crowley 'hid' from view, in which, Hyatt and Duquette point out its mystery and explain it in plain English. Somewhat confusing in how to set up the ritual and its entire process, but overall its a clear and concise formula. One should be forewarned, however, that performing these rituals is not to be taken lightly nor to do spontaneously the moment finishing the book. As the authors condone, read it, understand it and its implications: meditate.
13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
An excellent general introduction to Enochain magick 25 Mar. 2004
By Psyche - Published on
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Hyatt notes early in that he has 'found the Enochian system to be the safest, cleanest and most logical system of practical magick one can perform. But it is an art and as such requires not only study and practice but also inspiration and the love-hate relationship all artists have with their craft' (pg 59). He further advises the reader to 'resign yourself at the outset to take responsibility for your own magical reality. When you have firmly assumed this responsibility you will realize there is no Enochian universe per se. There is only your universe which you can access by the Enochian formulae. There is no Enochian magick per se. There is only your magick, facilitated by the methods of the Enochian system' (pg 21).
It contains Liber LXXXIV vel Chanokh, with detailed notes and further explanations preceding the text itself, providing a lucid and detailed guide to the Enochian system via Crowley, spiced with anecdotes describing the authors' personal experience with the Enochian system.
To further facilitate the ease of understanding the system the authors advise using coloured diagrams, noting that while 'all this may take a few hours to execute but it will save you months (or as in my case, years) of confusion' (pg 46) as through colour-coding it becomes more obvious how the tablets relate.
However, the section devoted to sex magick is small, only two short and somewhat vague chapters tagged on the end. Hyatt intends this 'for the reader who is already knowledgeable on these subjects', noting that he is merely offering 'a few helpful hints concerning how Enochian can be used in these areas' (pg 104). While this may be true, it also means that it doesn't quite warrant the slightly misleading 'Sex Magick' subtitle given to it.
Toward the rear of the book there is an Enochian dictionary; complete with several pages of Enochian words, their pronunciation and English translation. Also included is the Lesser Ritual of the Hexagram, and in the appendix there are several diagrams of the tablets, the pentagrams and signs, as well as eight 'sex magick symbols'.
Lucid, concise, precise in its language, the Enochian World of Aleister Crowley is excellent as a general introduction to the study Enochian magick through Crowley, if not a practical guide to sex magick.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Half the Content 12 Feb. 2014
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I'm not sure why none of the other reviews mention this, but the 2011 "20th Anniversary Edition" as published by New Falcon only contains half the content of the original out-of-print title by Original Falcon. None of the material by Christopher Hyatt is included. The New Falcon Edition stops at Chapter Five, skipping Chapters Six through Eight, then goes straight to the Appendix. It omits about half the illustrations, though all of the Plates and Diagrams seem present, though they've been moved around a little. All discussions of sex magic have been deleted from this edition. By jiggering the book size and page layouts, the editors managed to cut about 40 pages of material and still have the same page count as the original. There's a new introduction by Duquette (five whole pages), and basically what you're getting is a restructuring of his contributions to the original text with all of Hyatt's material cut out.
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