Daily Zohar # 2536 – Ki Tetze – A wise son brings joy to his father
Zohar Ki tetze
The beginning of this Zohar part is missing from the original Zohar and we don’t know who started this study.
The Holy Temple and Mashiach were called with the four letters name, YHVH. The four letters represent four faces of man and of the tribe of Levy. They came out of the Living Creature that represents the other tribes. The face of Lion, the face of Ox, and the face of Eagle entered into the face of man (אדם) because his face includes the other four faces.
Moses is a man with the image of the first Adam.
“מַה-שְּׁמוֹ וּמַה-שֶּׁם-בְּנוֹ, כִּי תֵדָע”
“What is His name or His son’s name? Surely you know!”
‘What’s his name’ is for Adam and ‘What is his son’s name’ is Moses.
The sustenance for Kohanim (Priests) and Levites is provided by the King. The armies of the King receive sustenance at their location. Because Moses is like the King’s son, he is closer to his father more than all the others that receive their sustenance from the King’s table.
Rabbi Shimon got up and spoke to the one that brought up this study. He said that from the words they heard he can tell that the soul speaking to them is the soul of Adam.
‘What’s his name’ is said about Adam and ‘his son’ is the Faithful Shepherd, Moses. Because the Faithful Shepherd revealed new secrets of Torah Adam has joy as it is written; Proverbs 10:1
“בֵּן חָכָם, יְשַׂמַּח-אָב;”
“A wise son brings joy to his father; ”