"John DeSalvo's work is truly a significant contribution to our understanding of Dee and Kelley's amazing experiences." --Lon Milo DuQuette, author of Enochian Vision Magick "Dr. John Dee played a major role in world history. The highly influential 'Enochian' system of magic originated in his mystical experiments. Yet the centerpiece of his system has never before been published--a book that Dee clearly regarded as a monumental gift from God to humanity, communicated through his angels. Definitely recommended." --Joseph Peterson, author of John Dee's Five Books of Mystery Originally considered a vital part of inspirational literature used by the early church, the Book of Enoch never made it into the canon of accepted books of the Old Testament because of its strange and mysterious content about Enoch's experiences in the higher realms, or heavens. The actual Book of Enoch, which is a set of almost 100 mystical tables, was given again to humankind in the 1580s, when it was conveyed directly by angels to Dr. John Dee, a 16th-century mathematician, scientist, occultist, and the astrologer of Queen Elizabeth I. Called "the most important book ever given to man by God" by Dee's angelic messengers, the Book (or Tables) of Enoch is said to hold all the secrets of heaven and earth and the physical and spiritual realms. Decoding the Enochian Secrets reproduces for the first time ever the exact and complete copy of these tables, which are housed in the British Library. The tables are in the handwriting of Dr. Dee and Edward Kelley, Dee's assistant and scryer. Covering the history of this Book or Tables of Enoch, John DeSalvo explains the difference between these tables and the apocryphal Book of Enoch and examines how later magicians such as Aleister Crowley used them. Including Enochian Magic meditations and rituals and a reconstruction of the possible 49th missing Table of Enoch, Decoding the Enochian Secrets presents the source text to the most powerful form of magic known to mankind. JOHN DESALVO holds a Ph.D. in biophysics and, for more than 20 years, scientifically studied the Shroud of Turin. The current director of the Great Pyramid of Giza Research Association, he is the author of 6 books, including The Lost Art of Enochian Magic. He lives in Minnesota.