Daily Zohar – Tikunim – # 939 – Lines and dots
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Tikkun 70 – 44
Line above and dot below indicate first incarnation. Like the Kamatzthat has a line and a dot below it. The line is Vav with numerical value of 6 and the dot is Yod with value of 10. The Vav is aspect of the firmament and the Yod multiplied by 6 gives us 60 that is for the letter ס, Samech.
“סוֹמֵךְ יְהוָה, לְכָל-הַנֹּפְלִים; וְזוֹקֵף, לְכָל-הַכְּפוּפִים”
“YHVH upholdeth all that fall, and raiseth up all those that are bowed down.”
The first letter of this verse is Samech and it represents the support of YHVH to all the levels below.
Line with a dot, Kamatz, indicates reincarnation. A line, which is Patach,without a dot indicates a process and this is Chokmah that continues to Binah. It has no line but has two dots, Tzeire. It represents two incarnations of Adam, Kamatz is Adam of the world of Beriah, Creation and Adam of the world of Yetzirah, Formation. After Binah, comes Chessed with the Segolthat has three dots and it represents Ada of the world of Asiah, Action.