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5. Scholem, "Kabbalot R. Ya'akov ve-R. Yigbak"; J. Dan, "Samael, Lilith, and the Concept of Evil in Early Kabbalah," AJS Review 5 (1980): 17-41. 6. According to R. Isaac, the ten emanations of the left comprise "three worlds which were created and destroyed" (cf. Gen. R. 9:2, ed. Theodor-Albeck, p. 68) and seven archons which do battle against the seven lower holy emanations. See Scholem, "Kabbalot," pp. 194, 248-251. The expression "emanations of the left" was not used by R. Isaac, but rather by his student, R.

Scholem, "Kabbalot R. Ya'akov ve-R. Yigbak"; J. Dan, "Samael, Lilith, and the Concept of Evil in Early Kabbalah," AJS Review 5 (1980): 17-41. 6. According to R. Isaac, the ten emanations of the left comprise "three worlds which were created and destroyed" (cf. Gen. R. 9:2, ed. Theodor-Albeck, p. 68) and seven archons which do battle against the seven lower holy emanations. See Scholem, "Kabbalot," pp. 194, 248-251. The expression "emanations of the left" was not used by R. Isaac, but rather by his student, R.

Cf. also III, 233a-b concerning the legend of Solomon riding an eagle to a place in the wilderness called "Tarmod" (see I Kings 9:18: "Tadmor"), where Azza and Aza'el were bound by chains of iron, and where none but Balaam was allowed to enter. " 46. See Tishby, MhZ, 1:224-225, 230-231. "The subservience of the Shekhinah to Sitra Ahra," concludes Tishby, "is the hidden mystery of the exile of the Shekhinah. The upper exile is a disturbance of the order of the divine reality, a closing of the channels of influence and an eclipse of the lights due to the removal of the Shekhinah from the realm of the sefirot and her joining with the Sitra Abra.

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