The piece is based off the anatomical prints and style of 18th century anatomist and painter Jacques Fabien Gautier D'agoty. The human beings central nervous system superimposed by the Kabbalistic Tree of Life. Each sphere or circle is an archetypal idea; they represent the emanations from “God” and describe the process of creation. Traditionally the Kabbalists did not tell much about the different Sephiroth; usually giving only their name and a short description. This was done intentionally as they wanted to encourage viewers to experience the Tree of Life rather than just accepting intellectual ideas from others. It is a blueprint of the human being, and everything on the Tree of Life is a reflection of what happens inside oneself.
On either side do two pillars, one representing severity (judgement) the cup, and the other mercy understand) the dagger. The form in the middle the figure is the pillar of consciousness. You will see the plus and minus and the up and down triangle. Representing the positive and negative; the Ying and the Yang, the male and female. The two snakes intertwined or caduceus also represents the central nervous system around the spinal column (staff) going to the center of the brain the pineal gland (or the third eye) At the top is represented of the Godshead or where the infinite light manifests. At the feet if the Osoborus representing the renewal of life and infinity, the concept of eternity .