Bethsheba is 46 years old and was born in Newcastle upon Tyne, in the UK. She currently lives an hour outside of New York City and she has previously lived in Spain. Her other works include the screenplay ‘Two Sun Sunday’ (2012) and several non-fiction titles such as ‘Chariot’ (2016), a book that discloses the secret of the Jewish Merkabah and teaches people how to use it with the Torah; and ‘The Secret Temple of Aleister Crowley’ (2014), which is an analysis of how the occult magician employed the Merkabah within his own magical order of the A.’.A.’.
BethSheba is the inventor of the world’s first logographic and alphabetical writing script – Galay (as featured on Omniglot). She is also an artist, designer and photographer. Her other current projects are an author recording of ‘Chariot’, a series of young adult novels ‘Five’, a non-fiction work on the origin and symbolism of the Tarot, and the preparation of a series of commissioned Japanese themed illustrations.