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on 21 July 1999
There are better books than this on Enochian. When I bought this volume I had very few books on the subject and it probably ended up confusing me more. While presented in an antiquarian fashion it lacks references to where the author had taken the information from. For those who are serious on Enochian, I would recommend Cassabon (if you can track it down), Turner's Elizabethan Magic, and the books published in McLean's Magnum Opus Heremetic Sourcework series.
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on 5 January 1999
James has distilled the magically useful material from Dee's often-obscure diaries and presented it in organized form, creating an "Enochian grimoire." However, some of the material was not delivered in the order in which James presents it, and there is little historical or background information. I recommend Donald Tyson's _Enochian Magic for Beginners_ to people who lack experience with Enochian magic, and this book as a handy reference for those who already have the background knowledge that James does not provide.
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on 3 July 1998
I've been studying grimoires for the past 15 years and always have wanted something that only this book has now offered. Not only can you feel the power of its chants but you also learn the TRUE enochian magick; I should like to suggest any novice NOT TO practive the ritual therein contained but go for Golden Dawn's and Abramelin's ones first.
Mephisto
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