"The Angenomicon (From the French ange meaning “angel” and the Greek nomios meaning “law.”) contains the collected information gleaned from five grimoires of angel magic. To my knowledge, it is the single most complete source for angelic magic that has ever been written in the English language.
In November 2018, I traveled to Paris, France, where I successfully passed a three-part screening interview (in French) and was granted access to never-before-published occult books of angel magic from the 1600s and 1700s. These books are so old and rare, they don't even have listed authors and were written entirely in Latin and French.
In addition to the three unpublished grimoires, I also utilized the following texts in creating the Angel-Evoking Tarot:
De Arte Cabbalistica (1517)
Three Books of Occult Philosophy (1531)
The Magical Calendar (1582)
The Grimoire of Armadel (1600s)
Oedipus Aegyptiacus (1652)
La Science Cabalistique (1823)
Clefs Majeurs et Clavicules de Salomon (1860)
Considering the amount of unpublished material I was able to study and photograph, it made perfect sense to collect that material into a book of its own."