Written Torah and Oral Torah

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93) “Now the Lord said to Moses, ‘Come up to Me on the mountain and remain there, and I will give you the stone tablets with the law and the commandment which I have written for their instruction.’” The law is the written Torah, which is ZA, and the commandment is the oral Torah, Malchut. “For their instruction” is written without a Vav [in Hebrew]. Whose instruction? If it is to instruct Israel, which are ZON, whose children are Israel, as it is written, “You are the children of the Lord your God,” it is not so, for Israel are not mentioned in this verse, to be said about them, “for their instruction.” Rather, “for their instruction” concerns the law and the commandment, which is the kept wine, Bina, the mother of ZON, called law and commandment.

This is so because every writing of the upper book, which is Hochma, called, “the upper book,” is there in Bina. The upper book is Hochma; it is concealed and the beginning of its disclosure, considered writing, is in Bina. And the written law emerges from there, from Bina, which is ZA. This is why we call ZA, “the written Torah,” since ZA was emanated and emerged from the writing, which is Bina. This is the meaning of, “for their instruction,” certainly to instruct them, Hochma and Bina, which are book and writing, being the instructions of ZA.

94) The oral Torah, Malchut, is a different law, which stands and exists orally, which is DaatZA, which determines between Hochma and Bina, being the mouth of book and writing, which is Hochma and Bina. This is so because DaatZA, determines and reveals the Hochma and Bina, which are book and writing. It is like the mouth of a person, which reveals what is hidden in one’s thought.

And this law is a different law than the written Torah. It is called “oral Torah,” and it stands and exists on that mouth, called, “written Torah,” which is ZA, since Malchut stands and exists from ZA. This is why it is called, “oral Torah.” It is also why Moses was higher in every way than all other faithful prophets, as it is written, “and I will give you.” “You” excludes the rest of the prophets, since Moses is a chariot to the Daat, because from him comes the oral Torah.

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