First edition hardcover, 185pp, bound in black cloth, published in 2021. Book is in new unread condition.
Published by Become a Living God
From the publisher:
You will find the four most popular questions below that I have received as a lifelong author and student of Enochian Magick…
Firstly, thank you for having an interest in my new breakthrough grimoire, Wails of the Wandering Angels, the essential foundation and finale to my Enochian Magick trilogy, called The Enochian Chronicles.
This third and final volume, Wails of the Wandering Angels, features an all-in-one, standalone guide to mastering Enochian Black Magick for Left Hand Pathworkers. It does not require you to have studied the first two volumes or “Books of Shadows” that feature the true and faithful records of my life-changing gnosis experiences with the Enochian angels. However, if you wish to unlock the full magick of the complete series, then refer to my trilogy compendium, The Enochian Chronicles.
Please let me introduce myself — my name is Bill Duvendack, author of bestselling grimoires Qliphothic Astrology and Oraculum Leviathan. If you have performed magick and studied the occult as long as me, then you probably have heard what I call the “old traditional belief.”
The old traditional belief says that angels are the “good guys” and demons are the “bad guys.” As such, the old traditional belief says that angels are the “Right” Hand Path, and demons are the “Left” Hand Path. Therefore, this old traditional belief has unnecessarily indoctrinated ambitious sorcerers to believe that they can never perform Enochian Magick, because it features “angels.”
What if I told you that the “old traditional belief” is absolutely wrong, insanely prejudiced, and total bullshit? Not only that, but the “old traditional belief” places stupid limits on your ascent as a sorcerer, because it restricts your access to one of the most proven, highest-powered systems of sorcery anywhere on earth, namely, Enochian Magick.
Let me say it clearly on record — the angels of Enochian Magick are not “angels” in the Judeo-Christian-Islamic sense. It has become time to hammer the nail into the coffin of that old traditional belief. Here, let me explain further…
What if I told you that the infamous angels of Enochian Magick manifest and act more like powerful demons?
What if I told you that Enochian Magick feels more like Black Magick than White Magic? I call this more accurate, more enlightened perspective the “new modern belief.”
This new modern belief champions the freedom of sorcerers to perform Enochian Black Magick to fully harness the power of the dark angels, or crypto-demons, for ascent.
I have performed a comprehensive ritual pathworking of Enochian Magick for over a decade. As I discovered this innovative “paradigm shift” in relation to the Angels and their Magick, I formulated the true uncensored findings into a complete, everything-you-need-to know series of three grimoires, called The Enochian Chronicles. In particular, my alpha book, Wails of the Wandering Angels, initiates you in Enochian Black Magick in an advanced manner that no other traditional book on the subject does.
As I said earlier, thank you for having an interest in my two new Enochian Magick grimoires.
1. Wails of the Wandering Angels: Enochian Book Alpha
My foundational, final, third book in the series | 185 pages
2. The Enochian Chronicles: Three Grimoires in One
The all-in-one complete series in a convenient master-grimoire | 387 pages
As you probably know, there are many books on Enochian Magick out there, but what separates Wails of the Wandering Angels is the fact that in it, I include modern interpretations and material, specifically of a controversial nature. Michael Kelly, author of The Sevenfold Mystery, is gracious enough to contribute the foreword to it, and throughout the text I discuss the interpretation of Enochian from Anton Szandor LaVey and other Left-Hand Path practitioners and perspectives, which makes this one of the most comprehensive and inclusive books available on the subject.
Let’s start by looking at the exact table of contents within Wails of the Wandering Angels. The book is divided into three sections:
The Book of the Mind is the biggest section of the three, and in chapters one and two I address the cosmology of Enochian, as well as preliminary considerations before beginning the work. The section is wrapped up by discussing the aethyrs, the alphabet, and the language. These are brief discussions though, and we come back to them throughout the book to go more in-depth.
The second section, the book of form, is smaller when it comes to the number of chapters in it, but these are thicker chapters. Chapter five discusses the watchtowers in depth, and chapter six takes a look at tools and other temple items to be used when doing this kind of work. In chapter five, I go extensively into detail about the formulas of the watchtowers, and how you can put them to work for you.
The third section, The Book of Function, specifically focuses on the ritual construction side of Enochian Magick, as well as further clarification on the Enochian Calls. Temple Openings, Closings, and Daily Prayers are all discussed in chapter seven, and in chapter eight I give the Calls, but in a unique format. Not only are the Calls shared there, they are written in three different ways. You will see the Calls written in Enochian, English, and phonetically spelled out to help you with your pronunciation of them.
Finally, to wrap everything up, I have an extensive bibliography to help you in your further studies. This isn’t a regular bibliography though, as I annotate and categorize the books I used in the writing of this volume, as well as provide commentary on strengths, weaknesses, and foci for various publications already in existence. I do this because when you are first starting Enochian, it can seem overwhelming with all of the books out there, and it can be hard to define a starting point. In other words, I am giving you the power to see what would be the next step after my writings on the subject. Almost every book on Enochian has something unique and worthwhile to contribute, but finding these pearls takes research and time, and hopefully I help you save some of each.
As elaborated, I have studied and performed Enochian Magick for a couple decades now. Over a particular multi-year period, my magick partners and I embarked on an unprecedented, life-changing pathworking through direct gnosis with the angels, and they revealed numerous priceless discoveries and modern innovations that had not been written about in any kind of printed form or documentation in the last 400 years since the Enochian was received in Dee’s journals.
To remain safe, we have verified the new gnosis by replicating the surprising results in the ritual trials of other Enochian Magicians, thus they have proven to advance the Enochian system.
During the years-long pathworking, we recorded the True and Faithful Relations with the angels in two groundbreaking grimoires, called In the Shadow of the Watchtower and Dark Fruit, and have included them both along with Wails of the Wandering Angels in a limited-edition trilogy called The Enochian Chronicles.
As a summary, the first two books feature the authentic entries from the ritual diaries of my partners and me as we encountered and communed with new Enochian angels. These two books technically classify as Books of Shadows insofar as they contain a log of uncensored and unfiltered magick experiences. And lastly, the third book reveals the exact ritual system that we performed to enter gnosis with the angels. Thus, the trilogy contains a complete three-book master-grimoire on the vanguard of Enochian Magick.
When people begin to work with Enochian Magick, the usual starting point is the scrying of the aethyrs, which are various realms of consciousness and dimensions, but sadly, most people stop there. Yes, it is good to see what you see there, and to compare your notes with those that came before, but scrying the aethyrs is only one small piece of Enochian Magick, and in Wails of the Wandering Angels, you will see more ways to work with the Enochian material.
While scrying is good, something else that is just as good is the catalog of spirits that are found in the Enochian tablets. Each of the tablets used in Enochian Magick contains many various spirits of varying power ranks, and therefore each tablet can be considered a kingdom in and to itself. There is a slight problem that is found here though, which is that until the last few centuries, only one set of spirits has been worked with and acknowledged. In the upcoming books, we will take a look at the many, many, other spirits that are found on the individual tablets that no one talks about, and what makes this noteworthy is that they are not as “angelic” as the other angels are considered.
The spirits that reside on each tablet are a diverse collection of beings that are still being discovered to this day. The standard Enochian spirits discovered by Dee and Kelly are well-documented, but even in the original source material, other groups of spirits are mentioned but never clarified.
In his journals, Dee mentions a group of spirits known as “cacodemons,” and various ranks of power that are associated with them. From Dee’s Christian perspective, these are considered demons, but as you will see in the upcoming book, that point is arguable.
Besides these though, Enochian innovators and pioneers throughout the last three centuries have discovered other spirits living in the tablets, and these are not the “love and light” type of spirits that revealed themselves to Dee and Kelly. Bluntly, it could even be argued that the ones that revealed themselves to the dynamic duo are not necessarily love and light either, and that is discussed in the book, too.
When you put progressive Enochian material together with the original source material, you develop quite the catalog of spirits. This makes the Enochian system one of the biggest collections of spirits anywhere in the Western Esoteric Tradition, surpassing smaller spirit codices like The Goetia by leaps and bounds.
However, because these entities are not in the original source material, many magicians never come across them, much to their detriment. These beings, discussed in various places, do not have the printed visibility that the mainstream spirits do, but that changes with not only this book, but with the work that magicians do with this material from here. While Wails of the Wandering Angels addresses these groups of spirits, you will see as you read it that there is a lot of fertile ground for the intrepid psychonaut. Wails of the Wandering Angels will not only introduce you to these spirits, but will also give you ideas and methods to discover your own spirits on the Enochian tablets as well.
One of the biggest secrets of Enochian Magick is that it is highly subjective, even with the surviving original source material. Almost no one discusses this, but it is highlighted and emphasized in the trilogy of books. This allows you, the progressive pioneer, to add your own flair and preference to your Enochian work. One of the reasons for this is that while many of Dee and Kelly’s documents have survived, they have not necessarily survived intact, and because of this, there will always be room for your interpretation and thoughts.
There is no authoritarian governing body or ruler of the Enochian tradition, and this freedom gives you the ability to interpret, translate, and adapt the material to your preference, within reason of course.
In Wails of the Wandering Angels, I discuss how to become your own authority in depth. I walk you through what is subjective and what is not, and how you can work with this material in new, innovative ways. After all, a magick current that is not evolving is already half dead, and if you’re reading this, I know you are interested in exploring this material and elevating it to new levels undreamed of in Renaissance Poland and England. By following the examples and guidelines in the new book, you will tailor-make Enochiana to your liking, while still working in line with what Dee and Kelly brought through those long centuries ago.
Embark on a “deep dive” into the hard, uncensored truths about Enochian Magick, John Dee, and Angel Magick that you absolutely cannot find anywhere else. Qliphothic magician and author, Bill Duvendack, along with demonic sorcerer, E.A. Koetting, together walk you through a 2.5-hour “ask me anything” style of question-and-answer on subjects that no other mainstream author on white magic would reveal about Enochian Magick.