Branch Out from Antiquated Interpretations of the Tree of Life
The Hermetic Qabala is a rich framework for understanding ourselves, our magickal workings, and the universe, but outdated descriptions often obscure its intrinsically queer and nonbinary nature. With updated, affirming metaphors and word choices, this guide makes it easy for any practitioner to understand and work with the Tree of Life.
Enfys J. Book welcomes queer people to see themselves in this esoteric practice and offers a variety of pathworkings, exercises, and spells to deepen their understanding of each of the ten spheres (sephiroth). This book also shows magickal communities how to cocreate spaces and structures that are friendlier and more accessible to all. With a modern, inclusive understanding of the Qabala, you can enhance your magick, fully express your identity, and conquer life's challenges.
Adi Cabral is a classically trained actor, dialect coach, and intimacy director holding their MFA in theater performance from Arizona State University. Their work has been shared on stage at the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities (Colorado), the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis (Missouri), New Repertory Theatre (Massachusetts), the Stella Adler Studio of Acting (New York), Mildred's Umbrella Theatre Company (Texas), The New Hazlett Theater (Pennsylvania), The Hangar Theatre Company (New York), Central Square Theatre (Massachusetts), Latino Theater Company (California), and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival (Scotland, UK). Adi is a certified teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework and Knight-Thompson Speechwork. As a professor of theater, voice, and movement, their research focuses on inclusive practices for training LGBTQ+ identified actors.