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Question regarding Enochian magic

Nov 23, 2001 03:24 PM
by Steve Stubbs


I finally found your interesting book on the Internet
by following Brigitte's link. Congratulations on
something you obviously put a lot of thought and work
into. Very nicely done. I am amazed the Quest people
would not at least read your manuscript, considering
some of the stuff they print.

I noticed you are into the Enochian system of magic,
and wondered if you would care to give your take on
it. I do not doubt its validity, and managed to ger
Causabon's book for my collection (a reprint, of
course - the original is not available at any price.) 
Yet I no sooner got Causabon's book when I started
getting terrifying dreams and waking visions warning
me against it. I had not even opened it at that
point. Later I learned Edward Kelly seemed to be
afraid of the information he was channeling, and
scrambled some of the angelic names in the belief they
were dangerous if properly construed. He is also said
to have died in a madhouse a raving lunatic.

Do you know of anyone who has worked with this system
practically and not merely theoretically, and if so,
have any of them had any difficulties which they
related to its study? Some of these occult systems,
especially some systems of kundalini yoga, have a
reputation for being risky if not used with extreme
care. That does not mean they should not be used, of
course, but it is responsible to tell people if they
are sailing in dangerous waters. In ancient times
this was said to be true of the Merkabah meditation
system as well, although it is not clear whether
anyone has ever used this system since the ninth
century. The Merkabah has a similar intent to the
Enochian system, although in detail they are


--- Gerald Schueler <> wrote:
> Brigitte,
> Thanks for the kind words. We all go through the
> sleep and death cycles, but unconsciously. Using my
> interpretation of Blavatsky’s model as a practical
> map of the inner territory, we can consciously go
> through the cycles that I outlined, consciously. The
> objective here is to allow us to consciously undergo
> these normally-unconscious cycles. The higher cycles
> require a good deal of meditative expertise, but are
> there for those who can use them. 
> Astral traveling, or what is today called
> Pathworking, is very popular today, and I was trying
> to show that Blavatsky’s model can also be
> pathworked. Most Theosophists will fear to TRY
> (Quest, for example, not only wouldn’t publish it,
> but they refused to even read it for consideration),
> but I really didn’t write the essay for Theosophists
> anyway. My goal is to make Theosophy practical and
> more acceptable to more people. Only time will tell
> if I am successful.
> When we learn about reincarnation, it remains a
> theory, or perhaps an intuitive feeling that we
> have. But when we use meditative pathworking, we can
> consciously go through the death and rebirth
> process. At first this will likely be pure
> imagination, but imagination itself is an expression
> of divine creativity, and when done properly over
> time, one will eventually actually be able to
> undergo the death, after-death, pre-birth, and birth
> experiences and feel exactly what happens. This
> helps eliminate fear (I find birth to be much more
> fearful than death) as well as ignorance, and will
> allow us to consciously control our rebirth.
> Understanding the reincarnation cycle also helps us
> to develop compassion for others who do not
> understand what is happening. 
> Jerry S.
> ************************************************
> <<<<Thank you Jerry for your verry interresting
> mail, that at least for me, completes the picture
> much more. I asked this question becouse I have
> read your essay on Pathworking the Gupta Vidya
> Universe Model. (anybody can make a free download by
> the way on the bottom page of 
>, it is
> really like a book, and it turns its own pages !)
> I have actually started to experriment with these 
> "pathway's within HPB's structure, and like to ask 
> Jerry if you could explain more about particularly
> the sleep cycle,the death cycle, the causal cycle,
> and the initiation cycle,as it is described in your
> on-line booklet, from a practical experiental
> viewpoint, also in connection to 
> your "My views" and your "Reg. to Steve"
> Thank You, 
> Brigitte
> >>>>>>>>>>>>>
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