Then God Remembered Rachel

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291) “Then God remembered Rachel, and God heeded her and opened her womb.” Why does it write “God” twice here? Would it not be enough to say, “God heeded her and opened her womb”? However, one is from the male world, which is Bina, called Elokim, and one is from the female world, the Nukva de ZA, who is called Elokim, too. This is so because the matter depends on luck, which is from the male world, as it is written, “Sons depend on luck.”

292) When Rachel was awakened in this name, Benjamin, as it is written, “The Lord add to me another son,” Benjamin. Jacob knew that it would be so because she was worthy of completing all the tribes in the number twelve. Also, he knew that afterwards she would no longer be in the world. This is why that was the time when he wanted to go to the land of Israel, so the tribes would be completed in the land of Israel and so that Rachel would not die abroad. But he could not go because Laban was detaining him. When Benjamin’s time came, after his mother was conceived, he fled and went on his way so the house would not be completed with twelve tribes, and the holy world, Nukva de ZA, would then be tied in him in another land.

293) It is written, “And the Lord said unto Jacob, ‘Return unto the land of your fathers, and to your kindred; and I will be with you.’” The Creator told him, “Thus far, Rachel, the landlady of the house, was with you. Henceforth, I will be with you and take the house,” Divinity, “with you,” in the twelve tribes. It is written, “And as for me, when I came from Paddan, Rachel died on me.” It was “On me” and it was for me that Rachel was repelled and another dweller came, Divinity, and took the house for me, to be with me.

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