Don't buy this book, it's not worth the paper it's printed on.
This book has been written by Americans, for Americans, with the assumption that nothing of value exists outside of America. It's a racist tract of American cultural imperialism.
In order to be transparent, I'm a European, whose family experienced ethnic and political persecution.
The authors bend over backwards to rewrite the lore of the traditions, to make them evil and supportive of crimes against humanity. But it's selective, for example the book is mum about Akashics and Imperial Japan, barely mentioning their support for the real life evil of Chinese Communism. The book however makes sure to tell you the Sons of Ether, when not busy persecuting scientists of color, were supporting Japan in WW2 and their human experiments. The chapter on the Celestial Chorus even states as a fact there are 21st century crusader states in the Middle East, and it's clear the authors mean real world countries (which exactly, they don't say).
Whenever the blame can be put on someone, it's always the white mages who are all collectively racist and sexist, and only women and people of color can stop them.
This book takes established lore, and throws it out, for no gain at all.
And it gets worse when you realize how the book makes everything USA centric. The Verbena are reduced to Wiccan mages in the USA. Not a peep is said about Norse pagans, Neo-Hellenes, or Old Slavic faith. It's all ley lines and covens of witches. The Dreamspeakers chapter, is one long winded rant told from a Native American perspective. Austronesian spirituality? Not there. Siberian shamans? Not a word.
When looking for something, anything, that would be useful, one has to recognize the dearth of material in this book. It has only a handful of pages with rotes, wonders, etc. Some, like Enochian or the Kitab al Alacir are copy pasted from older books. Others, like NFTs, are already outdated as hell.
If you really want solid lore about the Traditions, try finding the old Revised edition guides. They at least offered unbiased takes on the traditions and more crunch.