הוא בשחקים וכא”א ישת חשך סתרו
Sefer HaBahir, verse 1, excerpt from lines 2-3
“in the skies [round about G-d in terrible majesty], another verse states, He made darkness His hiding place …” (traditional interpretation)
“Hua, in the skies, and as one alef exists darkly, protecting the connection …” (Liorah’s interpretation)
the one (Bereshit 2:11)
she (Bereshit 3:12)
true and upright is she (Devarim 32:4)
she is merciful, atones and does not destroy (Tehilim 78:38)
look now, for I, I am she (Devarim 32:39)
ראו atah ki ani ani הוא (Devarim 32:39)
Note the construct ראו הוא (see Hua) in this phrase from Devarim 32::39. I propose that the entire phrase is significant to bringing the brilliance of the tehiru into, and extracting holy sparks from, the white space between the words ra’o aur ראו אור as written previously regarding the first portion of line 2 from Sefer HaBahir.
The words atah ki ani ani עתה כי אני אני have a total gematria of 577. This value reduces (5 + 7 + 7) to 19. Nineteen is the value of Chavah חוה, Eve, the mother of all life and whose name was reduced to Chavah from Chayah following prematurely eating from the tree of knowledge in Gan Eden.
Is there any evidence linking Chavah to הוא as a construct for the pronoun she? Yes, there is – in Bereshit 3:12:
The man said, the woman you put at my side, she הוא gave me of the tree, and I ate.
Humble Hua, עניו הוא
Chayah is she הוא, where both the name Chayah חיה and the pronoun she in the form הוא, represent femininity prior to “the fall”. The name Chavah חוה and the normative pronoun she in the form היא, represent blemished femininity.
Note, the opposite exchanges going on here: between the yod י and the vav ו of Chavah-היא and Chayah-הוא, and between the alef א of ani אני with the ayin ע of anav עניו. The yod-vav exchange pertains to she, and the tikun of the sacred feminine principle through the Divine Name Hua. The alef-ayin exchange pertains to her elevation and restoration to an image of the Divine, through the Divine Name Atah, אתה.
Geut Atah, ראו עתה כי אני אני הוא
Atoning for Chavah’s error and returning to Gan Eden with shabbat consciousness born of suffering, הוא is the name HaEchad, harvesting (פישון from the shoresh פשת) through the whole land of Havilah, where the gold is (Bereshit 2:11).
The first ani, 19 is further reduced to the second ani => 1 + 9 = 10, the yod of chayah => which is further reduced to HaEchad, 1 + 0 = 1