I Have Adjured, You, O Daughters of Jerusalem

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676) “I have adjured, you, o daughters of Jerusalem.” If you find my beloved, what will you tell him? That I am lovesick. Who is closer to the King than the assembly of Israel, the Nukva? She tells them, “If you find my beloved, what will you tell him?” The daughters of Jerusalem are the souls of the righteous, who are always close to the King and alert the King each day of the well-being of the queen, the Nukva.

677) When the soul comes down to the world, the assembly of Israel, the Nukva, comes to her with an oath that she would tell the King and notify Him of her love for Him, to appease Him.

ZA is the right line and Nukva is the left line. The two lines, right and left, are in dispute. And as ZON rise for MAN to the two lines of BinaYESHSUT, and make peace between them in the middle line that comes out on the Masach de Hirik, the souls of the righteous rise for MAN to ZA and to Nukva, and become a middle line for them, making peace between them. This is why it was said that the Nukva adjures the souls to tell and to alert the King, ZA, of her love, to appease him, so they will raise MAN and become a middle line that makes peace between the two lines, right and left, ZA and Nukva.

678) How do the souls alert the love of the Nukva to the King? It is man’s obligation to unite the holy Name, Nukva, with ZA, in mouth, heart, and soul, and to connect wholly in ZON, to raise MAN to them as a flame tied to an ember. And in that unification that it does, it causes the King to be appeased about the queen and alerts the King of her love for Him. By the ascent of the soul for MAN to ZA, she becomes a middle line between them, makes peace, and unites them with each other.

679) The daughters of Jerusalem are the twelve tribes, the twelve connections in HG and NH, on which the body of the Nukva stands. Jerusalem, the Nukva, stands on twelve mountains, and one who says, “On seven,” is not on the side of wholeness. And even though all is one, there are seven Behinot [discernments] HGT NHYM in her, and there are four Behinot HG TM in her. And there are twelve Behinot in her, the twelve ties, and it is all one. However, they are specific degrees in her, while the twelve is the wholeness.

680) Jerusalem stands on twelve mountains, three to one side, three to the other side, and so on through the four angles. In other words, they are three ties in Hesed, three ties in Gevura, three ties in Netzah, and three ties in Hod, and the body of the Nukva is atop them. And then they are called Haya [animal] as it is written, “This is the living creature that I saw under the God of Israel.” They are called “Daughters of Jerusalem” because Jerusalem, the Nukva, stands atop them, and they testify to the love of the assembly of Israel before the King.

She tells them, “If you find my beloved, what will you tell him? That I am lovesick.” It is written, “The tribes of the Lord, as a testimony unto Israel.” It is said, “A testimony unto Israel,” meaning ZA, about the love of the Nukva. Happy are Israel, who know the ways of the Creator.

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