I've been kicking around the idea of writing a book to go along with the Latin Picatrix. I've been studying it and working with it for a few years now and I've developed some practices on the passages and I have some ideas on what the more cryptic parts might mean. My copy is full of notes in the margins and the idea came to me the other day to write a book of my interpretations. It would be commentary as well as practices and ideas for people to develop their own practices. Do you all think such a thing would have any interest to anyone? Or would it be too derivative, unoriginal, and personal. And, if there is any interest, what do you feel would be essential?
I tend to get caught up in my own head sometimes (surprising from someone calling themselves a hermit, I know) and so I don't always have the best perspective on what might be a good idea to a larger audience.
Honest opinions would be greatly appreciated.