Enfys J. Book – The Goddess Web

Enfys J. Book – The Goddess Web


Enfys J. Book (they/them) is a high priestx (3rd degree) of the Assembly of the Sacred Wheel tradition in the mid-Atlantic. They are the author of the Gold COVR award-winning Queer Qabala: Nonbinary, Genderfluid, Omnisexual Mysticism & Magick (Llewellyn, June 2022) and co-author (with Ivo Dominguez, Jr.) of the forthcoming Sagittarius Witch (Llewellyn, 2024). 


They have taught many classes on Tarot, Hermetic Qabala, and queering one’s magical practice, including “The Genderqueer Tree of Life,” “Qabala’s Queer Connections,” and “Queering Your Magickal Practice,” at conferences and events around the United States and online. 


As a nonbinary, bisexual pagan, Enfys employs a queer lens to break down limiting binaries in magickal theory and practice, and advocate for bi-, trans-, non-binary/genderqueer-, queer-, and asexual-visibility and inclusion.


They are also the creator of majorarqueerna.com, a website devoted to queer magickal practice with a focus on Qabala, and host a podcast called “4 Quick Q’s: Book Talk with Enfys,” where they interview pagan authors using questions determined by a roll of the dice.

This is part of the online experience of the Goddess of Healing theme from The Goddess Conference. Content is only for those who have subscribed to The Goddess Web and is not part of and available for participants of the in-person Conference in Glastonbury. To join the online journey – SUBSCRIBE HERE!

Creating Queer Rite of Passage Rituals


The dominant overculture celebrates a few notable rites of passage, most of them related to milestones of age, academics, relationships, and careers. These rites of passage are largely celebratory in nature, but ritualizing rites of passage in the context of our magickal practice can serve even deeper functions. They can move us forward, with courage and confidence, into something new; help us leave behind that which no longer serves our greatest good; affirm our identities; and deepen our spiritual connections with ourselves and the most important people in our lives. In this interactive workshop, we will explore different types of rites of passage, the building blocks of a rite of passage ritual, ways to make your ritual unique and deeply meaningful within your own personal magickal context, and tips and tricks for collaborating with groups. Through guided meditation followed by journaling prompts, each participant will leave with everything they need to create an initial draft of a rite of passage ritual. Please bring paper and a writing utensil (or a laptop or tablet) for journaling.