And He Put Them All Together in Prison

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161) “And he put them all together in prison for three days.” These three days correspond to the three days of Shechem, as it is written, “And it came to pass on the third day, when they were in pain.”

162) “And Joseph said unto them the third day: ‘This do, and live,’” to indicate that he did not do as they did in Shechem, when they caused the men of Shechem to assume the “this” upon themselves, meaning the Nukva, called “this,” which is the covenant, where the covenant—which is Yesod—is attached to her. And after they had made that covenant, they killed every last one of them.

And what does it say about him? “This do, and live,” meaning he would revive them. For what purpose? The purpose is, “For I fear God,” for He is the guardian of the covenant. And all these events that he had taken them through were only for Benjamin, so they would bring Benjamin.

163) “And they said to one another.” These are Simeon and Levi, as it was before, as it writes, “And they said to one another.”

164) Who is that man? This man is Simeon, for here it writes “man” and there it writes, “And, behold, one of the children of Israel came.” As there it is Simeon, here it is Simeon. And because he repented, he wept and regretted it, and he said to Levi, “Truly we are guilty.”

Because he repented, Simeon’s sign was made Taurus. The twelve signs correspond to the twelve tribes, where Aries corresponds to Reuben, and Taurus to Simeon, just as Joseph’s sign is Taurus, as it is written, “As the firstborn of his ox, majesty is his.” Also, Simeon’s sign is Taurus.

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