I will begin by saying that I’m simply discussing this book, not agreeing or disagreeing with the information. That said I read this book in two days and I NEVER read this type of book…ever. Intriguing to say the least.
Several things grabbed my attention about this concept and one was the scripture to support this type of magic. My limited understanding of the scriptures suggested that it spoke against performing magic, yet scripture after scripture supported this idea. What did I do while reading this and my brow furrowing together? I grabbed my bible and looked for myself, and there it was word for word. An example listed was Moses turning water into blood and the plague of locusts. Several religions considered these miracles. Fair enough.
Here is the basic concept. God speaks a different language (always wondered why I had a difficult time understanding him), and this language was given to Adam in the garden. Adam ate the fruit, the fall of humanity occurred and the language was lost. However, the angels taught Enochian Magic again to people including Noah (how did he get the animals on the arc?), Moses and Aaron (their staff turned into a snake), Solomon (wisest King ever) and so on.
John DeSalvo also discusses that the purpose of magic is developing a closer relationship with God and exploring the different levels of spiritual planes. However, it holds negative power if used incorrectly and with wrong intentions. DeSalvo explains the differences in the book.
This book is available at Kobobooks.com in eBook format or at Borders.com. in paperback. If you order the paperback version it has an instructional cd.
Until Next Time…