Bad Mixtures

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290) “And they heard the voice of the Lord God walking in the garden” indicates Israel when they came near for the reception of the Torah on Mount Sinai, as it is written, “Has any people heard the voice of God speaking from the midst of the fire, as you have heard it, and survived?” But the mixed multitude could not hear the voice of God and died. Those of the mixed multitude who remained, who did not die, later said to Moses, “And let not God speak with us, lest we die.” They caused forgetfulness of the Torah by making Israel sin with the calf. Those mixed multitude are the nations of the earth, of whom it is written, “Cursed is he who lies with any beast,” since they are on the part of the serpent, of whom it is said, “Cursed are you more than all beast.”

291) But there are several bad mixtures in Israel called “beasts” and “animals.” But there is mixture on the part of the serpent, and there is mixture of the part of the idol-worshipping nations of the world, who are like animals and beasts of the field. And there is also mixed multitude on the part of the harm-doers, who are the souls of the wicked because the souls of the wicked are really the harm-doers of the world. There is also mixed multitude of demons and spirits and Lilit.

They are all mingled with Israel. Yet, there is none so cursed among them as Amalek, who is the evil serpent and another god. He is the one who discloses all the incest in the world, meaning he is the root of the Klipa that yields incest in the world. He is a murderer, from whom murdering extends to the world. His mate is the potion of death of idol-worship. Thus, the three grave transgressions—incest, bloodshed, and idol-worship—extend from the Klipa of Amalek, who is the serpent and who is another god.

They are all considered SAM. But there are many kinds of SAM, and they are not all the same. But this SAM, on the part of the serpent, is the most cursed.

292) “And the Lord God called to the man, and said to him, ‘Where are you?’” In the verse, “And said to him, ‘Where are you?’” the Creator implies Adam HaRishon, that the Temple was destined to be ruined and that it would be mourned, “How,” as it is written, “How lonely sits…” [Eicha means both “How” and “Where are you”]. It is so because Eicha has the letters AlephYod ChafHey, where ChafHey is the name of Divinity who was at the Temple, and AlephYod means “where,” as it is written, “Where is your brother Abel?” Hence, after the ruin, it said about Divinity, Eicha [AlephYod ChafHey], where is Divinity now, who is called ChafHey.

In the future, the Creator will obliterate every kind of evil from the world, as it is written, “He shall swallow up death forever.” Death is the root of all evil. When death is cancelled, all evil will be cancelled and everything will return to its place as prior to the sin of the tree of knowledge from which came death and every kind of evil, as it is written, “In that day the Lord will be one and His name, One.”

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