Queer Qabala Playlist: Malkuth

View of a crowd at a musical event, overlaid with rainbow colors. "Malkuth" is at the top, and at the bottom is written "Queer Qabala Playlists."

Each week between now and the publication of Queer Qabala: Nonbinary, Genderfluid, Omnisexual Mysticism & Magick (pre-order now!), I’ll be sharing a playlist I made about one of the spheres in the Tree of Life, and will be giving you a tiny sneak preview of that sphere’s chapter in the book.

This week’s playlist is Malkuth, what I like to call the “super queer queen of everything.” This playlist is dedicated to our incarnation on this plane, and expresses the joy and pain of our manifested selves, material things, and the world around us. Since Malkuth is all about manifestation, Madonna’s classic “Material Girl” seemed a fitting choice for kicking it off. You can listen to the playlist on YouTube and Spotify.

Here’s a snippet from the Malkuth chapter of Queer Qabala: Nonbinary, Genderfluid, Omnisexual Mysticism & Magick:

As the representation of all that is manifest, Malkuth is both omnigender and omnisexual because it represents all things and all beings that have existed, do exist, and will exist, including all genders and sexualities.

Malkuth is separate and unique in terms of the Tree of Life: it’s the only sphere devoted specifically to manifest reality and sits apart from the three triangles in the Tree. Much like every queer story is unique and often includes themes of feeling alienated from mainstream culture, Malkuth is its own thing: part of, yet separate from, the rest of the Tree of Life.

Queer Qabala: Nonbinary, Genderfluid, Omnisexual Mysticism & Magick

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