Writer and lecturer Lon Milo DuQuette discussed 'Enochian' magick, and one of its practitioners, John Dee-- the first Queen Elizabeth's own 'Merlin.' Dee, a renowned mathematician and scientist, sought to access the mind of angels, and in 1582, he teamed up with the clairvoyant Edward Kelley to make contact with a number of entities. The spiritual beings they reached identified themselves as angels-- the same that communicated with Enoch of biblical times, DuQuette explained. These angels revealed secrets about creation and consciousness, he added.
The magical system Dee & Kelley developed from their contacts involved "calls" in an angelic language, and DuQuette presented one on the air. Known as TEX, the call was a description of creation, said to open the lowest of the Enochian heavens, the 30th. These calls can bring about specific states of altered consciousness, he said.
The Enochian techniques systematically explore 30 levels of heaven. To access these states, a person can use scrying, and the correct call to open up a particular ether or heaven, then sit quietly for 10-15 minutes, and afterwards make a written record, DuQuette detailed. He also noted that Aleister Crowley adopted Enochian Magick in his work.