John DeSalvo, Ph.D.

John DeSalvo holds a Ph.D. in biophysics and, for more than 30 years, scientifically studied the Shroud of Turin. A former college professor and current director of the Great Pyramid of Giza Research Association, he is the author of many books, including The Lost Art of Enochian Magic, Andrew Jackson Davis: The First American Prophet and Clairvoyant and Decoding the Pyramids. He is a frequent guest on Coast to Coast AM radio and other shows. He lives in Plymouth, Minnesota.

Books By John DeSalvo, Ph.D.

  1. Power Crystals

    Power Crystals

    By John DeSalvo, Ph.D.

    Crystals connect the physical world with the spiritual via a powerful communication network. This book examines quartz crystals, crystal skulls, and Dropa discs, providing instructions for their use in scrying, meditation, and Enochian magic, including communication with angels.
  2. Decoding the Enochian Secrets

    Decoding the Enochian Secrets

    Commentator John DeSalvo, Ph.D.

    In 1580, the Book of Enoch was conveyed by angels directly to Dr. John Dee. Reproduced here for the first time, this book includes the correct phonetic pronunciations of the Enochian Calls written by Dee in the margins of his record.
  3. Enochian Magic and the Higher Worlds

    Enochian Magic and the Higher Worlds

    By John DeSalvo, Ph.D.

    The magic system transmitted by angels to John Dee and Edward Kelley in the 16th century has until now remained incomplete and thus not as powerful as the angels intended. John DeSalvo has discovered additional key pieces to this magical system that enable the practitioner to reach higher spiritual worlds and receive more powerful knowledge.
  4. The Lost Art of Enochian Magic

    The Lost Art of Enochian Magic

    By John DeSalvo, Ph.D.

    John DeSalvo deciphers the original phonetic notations found in the margins of Dr. John Dee’s diaries, and shows how to properly invoke the “Enochian calls,” which act like mantras in opening higher realms and invoking angels. Includes a CD of the calls.