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11. "And behold a ladder set up on the earth"

  The Zohar describes Jacob's dream of the ladder, in which he sees his children receiving the Torah on Mount Sinai. The passage explicates the secret meaning of the reception of the Torah: that is, the Torah as the key to mastery of the world through the Angel Metatron...
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12. "And Jacob vowed a vow"

  This passage explicates the story of Jacob in terms of the Sfirot and their interactions. Rabbi Chiya gives an interpretation concerning King David and his fear of the wickedness of the world, "the place where the books of the wicked are opened." Other rabbis add...
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13. Rabbi Chiya sees Elijah

  In a dream of Rabbi Chiya's, the prophet Elijah announces the imminent destruction of the holy city within if men cease to study Torah. When Rabbi Chiya wakes and discusses his dream with the sages, Rabbi Yesa comments that although the wisdom of Torah watches over...
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14. "And he looked, and behold a well in the field"

  Here the Zohar reveals the regenerative power of love tempered by justice. It explains how King David fled from his son Absalom, and was comforted by the notion that his predecessors Jacob and Moses had also fled. Like them, he was consoled by the power of...
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15. "And Jacob went out of Beer-Sheva," part two

  Rabbi Aba explains the verse by citing another: "Happy are they who maintain justice and do Righteousness at all times." Those who study Torah and follow God's ways are freed from ruin that is, "the power of death." Those unrighteous, on the other hand, are...
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16. "I will serve you seven years"

  This mysterious passage interprets the seven years Jacob served Laban to win Rachel's hand as symbolizing the seven Sfirot. The secret in the matter is in the phrase, "and they seemed to him but a few days" since they were served in the hidden or unrevealed world.  
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17. Upper Righteous and lower Righteous

  This passage concerns the hidden significance of Jacob's sons with Leah and Rachel, especially the righteous Joseph and Benyamin. The Zohar is again employing the language of metaphor to trace the flow of Light through the complex structure of the spiritual worlds....
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18. Four joints

  This passage seems to assign lesser importance to the four sons that Jacob had with the handmaidens of Leah and Rachel. However, the Zohar reveals that the spiritual system and supernal structure of reality is perfect, complete, and includes all components, no matter...
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19. "And Hashem saw that Leah was hated"

  The Zohar reflects on the symbolic importance of Jacob's relations with Leah, whom he hated in public but loved in private, and who bore him six sons and one daughter. Jacob was unaware that his true relationship with Leah was hidden. She had a direct relation to the...
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20. The tribes

  The Zohar reflects that civilization as we know it started with Jacob. Before him, civilizations rose and fell without a trace. The sons of Jacob commence the twelve tribes of Israel. This too has a hidden significance.  
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