Since its reception by Dr. John Dee and Edward Kelly in the 16th Century, Enochian magical theories and practices have been a source of fascination and at times fear among occultists. The central role Enochian has played in modern magical groups has made it a subject of intense academic and practical study. Yet, despite the many volumes currently available in Enochian studies many students still have problems understanding or working with the system. The Theory and Practice of Enochian Magic examines the various claims surrounding Enochian and suggests practical and meaningful ways of progressively studying Enochian magic so that it can become a meaningful aid in one's spiritual growth. The Theory and Practice of Enochian Magic does not repeat what is said in other works, but seeks to expand upon their ideas and synthesize them with various viewpoints thereby making Enochian easier to understand and use. Additional resources for the study and practice of Enochian magic and sample rituals are provided.