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Enochian magick is a system of ceremonial magick based on the evocation and commanding of various spirits. It is based on the 16th century writings of Dr. John Dee and Edward Kelley, who claimed that their information was delivered to them directly by an angel. They created the Enochian script and the table of correspondences that goes with it. It claims to embrace secrets contained within the apocryphal Book of Enoch.
Enochian magick is a hierarchical system of angel magick centered on the evocation of angelic beings whose names are constructed from several tables of letters using consistent rules of formation.
Enochian magick refers to a large number of letter tables, of which 5 are the most important. These tables include the Watchtowers, a set of 4 12x13 letter tables often referred to the 4 traditional elements, and the Tablet of Union, a 4x5 letter table that is referred to the element of spirit. Together these 5 tables can be assembled into a supertable used in the generation of all the angelic names used in the Enochian system.
Additionally, Enochian magick uses a series of 19 calls written in Enochian for the invocation of the various angelic forces and beings represented within the tablets. The exact use and attribution of each call is somewhat obscure, but most magical groups have some systematic approach to them.
- Wikipedia(2004). Enochian magick (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enochian_magick). Retrieved Nov. 7, 2004.