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Kabbalah after Madonna: or Kabbalah for Contemporary Magick

Kabbalah after Madonna: or Kabbalah for Contemporary Magick This course will look at why all Witches Pagans and Post-Modern Magickians of all ilks should include the Kabbalah as part of their magickal knowledge and tool kit. We will introduce what the Kabbalah is, the Tree of Life without the Christian overlay of the fall from the garden and the basics of how to use attributions to build connections for magick and all in just two hours from 12noon to 2pm. So if you have an interest and never knew what it was or if you just want to improve your magickal connections through Kabbalah or, I suppose if you want the mysteries of universe... well maybe ;) be there and join us. $20 cash fee

Joseph Futerman’s Bio
Joe is a father, a husband, a college professor, and a writer. He has a doctorate in clinical psychology with an emphasis in the work of Carl Jung, and is a licensed psychotherapist with a practice in the Pasadena area. He is also a certified hypnotist, NLP practitioner and Reiki level 2. Last but not least, Joe is a magickian who has explored and practiced the path of magick for 35 years.

Joe began his studies as a solitary practitioner of Ceremonial Magick. He eventually became a member of three different Golden Dawn Orders, completing his work in the outer order in 2003. Since then, he has continued to study and teach on a broad range of magickal topics and has been a founding member of four magickal/pagan groups: the Kaotic Order of Adventurers Seekers and Sorcerers, The Fellowship of the Gods, The Magus Project, and The Association of Pagan Therapists. He has also studied Qabbalah, Witchcraft, Hoodoo, Thelema, Enochian, Obeah, and Chaos Magic. He will be opening a website of courses on 21st century Kabbalah sometime in October just before the end of the world because — well, when else would a Chaos Magician do something like that?

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