This Is the Statute of the Law

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16) “This is the statute of the law.” “This” is the token of the covenant, which is called “this.” They did not part from one another. That is, in the word, “this” [Zot], Malchut, the word “this” [Ze], Yesod, is included. It indicates that Yesod and Malchut do not part from one another. From Nukva we come to the male, hence “Keep and remember,” male and female, are connected together. “The statute of the law.” It should have said, “The law of Torah [a.k.a. “law”]; what is “statute”?

17) Malchut is a statute. It was clarified that the letter Hey was a Dalet. But Tav is Dalet and Nun joined together. Also, Nun is called Nun, with NunVavNun, as it is written, “And do not deceive one another,” for Nun is from the word Honaah [deceit/fraud]. Now she is with a bright face. However, she deceives people, for afterwards she strikes as a serpent and consumes and kills. She says, “I have done no wrong.”

This is why she is called so, with NunVavNun, as in Honaah [deceit], which is said about NunTav is everything together. DaletNunDalet Nun is like Nun and Reish, for ReishYodShin and DaletLamedTav are the same thing. Both are poor, and in engraved letters, “statute,” which has the letters of rule and Tav.

Since “this” is Malchut, it would have been enough to write, “This is the statute of the law.” Why did the verse extend, “The statute” [law of] the Torah, with a TavTav is giving of taste to what is called “a law.” It is so because the depiction of the letter Tav is a connection of two letters, Dalet and Nun, where the Dalet indicates the Dinim de Dechura that extend from the left line, as it is Hochma without Hassadim. The Nun indicates Dinim de Nukva, the Dinim de Masach in her, and the statute is the law of Dalet Nun that was carved in these two kinds of Dinim.

It follows that the letter Hey was Dalet. The Hey in the name HaVaYaH was previously Dalet, meaning that first she was in the left without right, at which time she was poor and meager, and this is why she is called Dalet [from the word Dalut (poverty)]. But Tav is Dalet and Nun conjoined.

There are two letters, Dalet and Nun, in the form of the Tav. The Nun strikes as a serpent, consumes, and kills. She said, “I have done no wrong.” She is Dinim de Nukva to which the Sitra Achra grips. The people of the world are provoking when the face of Malchut shines, and it is not so, but strikes like a serpent. This is why she is called so, with a NunVavNun, from the word Honaah [deceit], which is said about the Nun.

The Tav is everything together, Dalet Nun. In the form of the Tav there are Dalet Nun together, two kinds of Dinimde Dechura and de Nukva. If you say that the form of the Tav is Reish Nun, he says to that that the Dalet Nun are similar to Nun Reish, since ReishYodShin and DaletLamedTav are one thing. Both indicate poverty and meagerness, which are Dinim de Dechura, for Reish also means poverty, from the words “poverty” and “meagerness.” Hence, there is no difference whether the form of Tav is Dalet Nun or Reish Nun, as both have the same meaning and indicate Dinim de Nukva and Dinim de Dechura. In the carved letters, the statute has the letters of Hok [law] and Tav, which means a law of Dinim de Dechura and Dinim de Nukva, included in the TavHok and Tav are one word, indicating Dinim de Malchut.

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