Three Names Included Together

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599) From here there are hidden secrets of the tabernacle from the mouth of Rabbi Shimon. The upper tabernacle, Bina, was built on 12 gemstones, high organs—three lines and Malchut who receives them. Each of those four consists of three lines, hence they are 12. Also, they consist of right and left, and left and right.

600) Three names are included together: ElElokimElokeinu [our God], one permeating the other. El is the first name in the right of ZAHesed. The order is Aleph first, which is right, Hesed. She took shape and was depicted in the right. The Katnut is called “taking shape,” when she is an incomplete chrysalis, and the Gadlut is called “depicted.” When she entered and used the PanimBina, who is called “the upper tabernacle,” the Lamed united with her and she is called El, since Lamed came out of the holy of holies, Bina, for Lamed indicates the tower that flies in the air, Bina.

601) It is not that the Lamed took shape there in Bina. Rather, it is certain that when she came out of there, she took shape as did the rest of the letters, which take shape after they come out of the next world, Bina. This is so because before the letters come into the middle line, they are moist. And after they come out of there to the firmament, the middle line, they crystallize and take shape. Lamed, too—although she is a high secret, which implies Bina in the tower that flies in the air—did not take shape until she came outside, and then it is the name El. This is to the right of ZA.

602) The left includes the right within it, taking the name El to it and becoming included in it. When it is included in it, it is called Elokim. Did the left come first in the next world? Bina is called Elokim, whose five letters are the five Sefirot KHB TM, and the root of the three lines in Bina, upon the exit of her Mochin by the order of three points, HolamShuruk, and Hirik. The point of Holam is the ascent of the ending Malchut from her place to below the Hochma in Bina, under the two letters AlephLamed in Bina, which are KH. Also, the letters HeyYodMem in Bina, which are Bina and TM, fall to the degree of ZA below her. This is with respect to the Kelim.

In regard to the lights, it is the opposite: The two letters, MI de Elokim, which are NR, remain in the degree of Bina, and the three letters ELEH de Elokim, the lights of YechidaHayaNeshama, fall from the degree because there is always an inverse relation between lights and Kelim. Hence, sometimes we divide ElHeyYodMem, and sometimes we divide MIELEH, where there are only VAK of lights NR in Bina, and KH of the Kelim, with absent Bina and TM and absent GAR. This is the point of Holam, the right line.

The point of Shuruk is for the time of Gadlut, when the point of the ending Malchut that was under the Hochma returns and descends from there to her place. By that, the three letters HeyYodMem of Elokim that fell to the place of ZON rise and return to their degree, to Bina. At that time the name Elokim is completed once more in five Kelim and five lights, since the letters HeyYodMem reunite with the letters AlephLamed.

However, since the letters HeyYodMem fell once before, although they have risen once again, they do not actually become one degree with the letters AlephLamed that remained in the degree. Rather, they remain in the form of the left of the degree, in a way that the letters AlephLamed, which never fell from the degree of Bina are the right, and the letters HeyYodMem that fell and return are the left. However, the name El on the right is included in them, hence there are five complete letters Elokim in them, so El is on the right, and Elokim is on the left. The left, HeyYodMem, includes the right and takes the El on its right, with the letters HeyYodMem on its left being included in the El on the right, completing the name Elokim on the left.

While the letters HeyYodMem return to Bina and become the left line, they raise the ZON, too—to which they were clothed when they fell—to Bina along with them. This is the point of Hirik, and by that the level of Hassadim emerges on the Masach de ZA that he made there, and he becomes the middle line, uniting the right and left in one another. This is the meaning of what is written here, “Did the left come first in the next world?” since the beginning of the rooting of ZA in Bina was done by the letters HeyYodMem that elevated ZA to Bina, who is called “the next world.” And after he rose there, he was included in the right of Bina, too. Thus, should the left line have come out in ZA, and then the right line initially?

603) So it is, but when the degrees of the letters from the next world, Bina, come out, the name Elokim must be seen and built, and be seen over the entire place from which they came out, in the same order that they came out in Bina. This is why this name was established first, El came out in the right and was included in the left, and the left took it and united with its letters HeyYodMem, to be called Elokim. As they came out in Bina, they also come out in ZA. This is the right, El, that is found in the name Elokim. It follows that wherever there is Din, there is Rachamim, since the Din, left, includes it and is built and seen in it.

604) The one who came out of Bina in the middle line of ZA took both the name El and the name Elokim. It was completed and was called Elokeinu [our God]. Thus, there is wholeness here, which is seen from the upper world, Bina, and all is included in one another. This is so because there are six letters in the name ElokeinuAlephLamed is right, HeyYod is left, NunVav is the middle, and they are included in one another. Once the middle line is completed, the holy name is upon it. This is the key to everything, and it is called HaVaYaH. At that time the middle line takes all the sides above and below, NH, right and left, HG, and all the other sides, east and west. When completed from both sides—from the two lines from the right and from the left—it is called Elokeinu, for there are right, left, and middle in that name.

605) But the right is included in the left. The left takes the name of the right, El, but where is the left included in the right, so the right will take the left? Rather, when the right is included in the left, and the left takes the name of the right, which is the name El, the right includes the left within it, too, which is HeyYodMem.

606) How is the right included in the left? When that place from which they came out was built in the three lines of Bina, the left took two letters from the letters HeyYodMem in the left of Bina, and the right took one letter from the letters HeyYodMem in Bina. The left took the Yod from HeyYodMem, and the right included the left within it, taking the last letter of HeyYodMemMem, since the name Elokeinu, which includes right, left, and middle, the left line in it, HeyYod, lacks Mem.

The name El on the right took and was included in Mem. It also took the Yod that was included in the left. In full writing, the Mem that it took is written MemMem, and with that extra Yod that he took, the word Mayim [water] was built. Then the right includes the left within it, too.

Mem is considered blocked on all its sides [], indicating the freezing of the lights on the left line, which are blocked and do not illuminate. They melt through the right line, the right takes the blocked Mem from the left and becomes an open Mem for it, where the lights open and shine. It also takes the Yod from the left, creating the combination Mayim [water] in it, which freezes, melts, and flows as water.

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