Malkuth or Shekhinah the female spirit of God named also Gaia
PLANָTE BLEUE ( BLUE PLANET ) - 2003
48" x 48" Medium mixtes (Mixed-medium)
I called this painting PLANE`TE BLEUE ( BLUE PLANET ) but now I know that it's could have many names as the Kabalistic element from the tree of life "Malkuth",( when I made it I didn't had any cleu about the "Kabbalah" . )
The faces are gypsy masks I made from real kids faces, Chinese (of my adopted girl) Black and 2 White kids, they can present that we are all the kids of Adam and eve, we are all as kids in learning process here on earth. color of skin have no importance and I present here the 4 major races black, white, Asiatic and Indian. for present the equality of all the people of the earth.
I also put the 4 physics elements fire, air, earth and water, and also the fifth element the soul/spirit inside the earth.
Here are some paragraphs from real Kabalists that can describe what "Malkuth" is
"The magical image of Malkuth is that of a young woman crowned and throned. The woman is Malkah, the Queen, Kallah, the Bride. She is the inferior mother, a reflection and realisation of the superior mother Binah. She is the Queen who inhabits the Kingdom, and the Bride of the Microprosopus. She is Gaia, Mother Earth, but of course she is not only the substance of this world; she is the body of the entire physical universe.
The female quality of Malkuth is often identified with the Shekhinah, the female spirit of God in the creation, and Kabbalistic literature makes much of the (carnal) relationship of God and the Shekhinah. Waite  mentions that the relationship between God and Shekhinah is mirrored in the relationship between man and woman, and provides a great deal of information on both the Shekhinah and what he quaintly calls "The Mystery of Sex".
Malkuth is the sphere of the physical elements and Kabbalists still use the four-fold scheme which dates back at least as far as Empedocles and probably the Ark. The four elements correspond to four readily-observable states of matter:
solid - earth, liquid - water, gas - air, plasma - fire/electric arc (lightning)
In addition it is not uncommon to include a fifth element so rarified and arcane that most people (self included) are pushed to say what it is; the fifth element is aethyr (or ether) and is sometimes called spirit.
Tiphereth - Fire
Hod - AIR
yesod - Aethyr
Netzach - Water
Malkuth - Earth
Aethyr or Spirit is enigmatic, and I tend to think of it in terms of the forces which bind matter together. It is almost certainly a coincidence (but nevertheless interesting) that there are four fundamental forces - gravitational, electromagnetic, weak nuclear & strong nuclear - known to date, and current belief is that they can be unified into one fundamental force.
the Qlippoth are to be found everywhere: in relationships, at work, at play, in ritual, in society. Whenever something dies and people refuse to recognise that it is dead, and cling to the lifeless husk of whatever it was, then you get a Qlippah. For this reason one of the vices of Malkuth is Avarice, not only in the sense of trying to acquire material things, but also in the sense of being unwilling to let go of anything, even when it has become dead and worthless. The Qlippah of Malkuth is what you would get if the Sun went out: Stasis, life frozen into immobility.
Some people think skin colour is a real measure of intelligence; some don't. Some people think gender is a real measure of ability; some don't. Some people judge on appearances; some don't. There is clearly a difference between a bottle of beer and a bottle of piss, but is the colour of the *bottle* important? What *is* important? What differences are real, what matters? How much energy do we devote to things which are "not real".
The image of Malkuth as Mother Earth provides a link between "Kabbalah" and a numinous archetype with a deep significance for some. The image of Malkuth as physical subst