And There a Man Wrestled with Him

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87) “And there a man wrestled with him.” What is “wrestled”? It is written, “Dust is second to earth.” What differs dust from earth? What remains from a thing that’s been burned in fire is called dust, and it never bears fruit. Earth means that all the fruits that come from it, including everything, above and below. Nukva de ZA is called “Earth,” and she includes all the worlds and all her offshoots in BYANukva of Sam’el is called “dust,” which is another god, which does not bear fruit, and is therefore called “dust.”

88) If earth is so important, what is the meaning of “He raises up the poor out of the dust”? It implies lowliness, but in this way, “He raises up the poor out of the dust” because the Nukva, called “earth,” has nothing of its own, but receives everything from ZA. And the poor, who has nothing, comes out of that earth, which has nothing, when she is not in Zivug with ZA. And when that earth is in Zivug with ZA, all the fruits and all the goodness in the world emerge from it, and all the deeds in the world are done in it, as it is written, “all are of the earth, and all return to earth.”

And we learned that “all are of the earth,” even the sun. But dust does not bear fruit in the world. Hence, “a man,” Sam’el, “wrestled,” who came in that dust—his Nukva—and rode it, to complain on Jacob.

89) “…until the breaking of the day.” At that time, his reign passes. So it will be in the future, since the exile is now like a long night, darkness. And that dust governs Israel and they are thrown to the earth until the light rises and the day shines. And then Israel will govern and the kingdom will be given to them, for they will be the holy ones of the Upper One.

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