Lon Milo Duquette: Enochian Magick – Experiental Adventures in Angelic Evocation on June 2nd
Enochian Magick is the perhaps the most powerful and elegant system of western magick. It is also one of the most misunderstood. Developed in the late 1500s by Elizabethan Magus John Dee, this system of communicating with angels in their own language has survived the centuries to become a powerful tool of self-discovery to the 21st century seeker. Join author and magician, Lon Milo DuQuette, for a day of real magical practice as he shows you how easy it is to journey in vision to the Elemental Worlds and Aethyric Heavens. Come prepared to participate.
Born 1948 in Long Beach California, and raised in Columbus Nebraska — 1960s radical Peace activist and Epic Records song-writer and recording artist turned author, Holy-Man, Humorist Wizard.
Author of 16 critically acclaimed books (translated in 12 languages) on Magick and the Occult, Lon Milo DuQuette is one of the most respected and entertaining writers and lecturers in the field of the Western Mystery Traditions.
Since 1975 he as been a national and international governing officer of Ordo Templi Orientis, one of the most influential magical societies of the 20th Century. He is an internationally recognized authority on tarot and western ceremonial magick. Although he takes these subjects very seriously, he tries not to take himself too seriously. This rare combination of scholarship and humor has earned him in the last 20 years a unique and respected position in American spiritual and esoteric literature.
He is a prolific writer and his published works have been hailed by experts and novices alike for bringing and clarity to these often misunderstood subjects. One of his most popular works is the story of his own life as a practicing ceremonial magician, My Life with the Spirits. Futurist and best-selling author Robert Anton Wilson calls it “the best all-around introduction to Western Occultism — sane, sensible, down-to-earth and wonderfully witty.”
Besides his own books his articles and essays appear in numerous magazines, journals and anthologies including “Rebels and Devils” alongside the works of William S. Burroughs, Robert Anton Wilson, Timothy Leary and Israel Regardie.
Reviewers have compared DuQuette’s wit and quirky writing style to that of Mark Twain and Robert Benchley. Audiences at his workshops and seminars describe the experience as a cascade of mesmerizing information, laughter and terror.
He is a faculty member of the Omega Institute in Reinbeck New York, and Robert Anton Wilson’s Maybe Logic Academy.
He lives in Costa Mesa, California with his wife of 44 years, Constance.
This workshop will be held at The Lantern Centre, Dublin. Tickets are 44 Euro in advance, available from http://www.nimbitmusic.com/otoireland
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