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Enochian Magic - A Practical Manual by Gerald Schueler

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  1. The Enochian Magick of Dr. John Dee: The Most Powerful System of Magick in its Original, Unexpurgated Form by Geoffrey James (1983)
  2. Golden Dawn Enochian Magic by Pat Zalewski (1990)
  3. Advanced Guide To Enochian Magick: A Complete Manual of Angelic Magick (Llewellyn's High Magick) by Gerald Schueler (1987)
  4. The Tree of Life: An Illustrated Study in Magic by Israel Regardie (1969)
  5. Enochian World of Aleister Crowley: Enochian Sex Magick by Aleister Crowley (1991)
  6. The Vision & the Voice With Commentary and Other Papers: The Collected Diaries of Aleister Crowley, 1909-1914 E.V. (Equinox) by Aleister Crowley (1998)
  7. Key to the Latin of Dr John Dee's Spiritual Diaries (1583-1608) by Stephen Skinner (2012)
  8. Enochian Vision Magick: An Introduction and Practical Guide to the Magick of Dr. John Dee and Edward Kelley by Lon Milo DuQuette (2008)
  9. The Golden Dawn by Israel Regardie (1971)
  10. A Garden Of Pomegranates by Israel Regardie (1932)
  11. Angels, Demons & Gods of the New Millennium by Lon Milo DuQuette (1997)
  12. The Complete Enochian Dictionary: A Dictionary of the Angelic Language As Revealed to Dr. John Dee and Edward Kelley by Donald C. Laycock (1978)
  13. Commentaries on the Holy Books and Other Papers: The Equinox (Equinox, Vol 4, No 1) by Aleister Crowley (1996)
  14. John Dee's Five books of Mystery: Original Sourcebook of Enochian Magic by Joseph H. Peterson (2002)
  15. Enochian Magic for Beginners: The Original System of Angel Magic (For Beginners (Llewellyn's)) by Donald Tyson (1997)

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