Tafsaret, A Rare Kind Of Sacred Scribe

Torah Of Chesed, Neshamah. The Hebrew word ishah (אישה), meaning woman, is thought to be derived from the root word anash (אנש), meaning to “cause weakness” [1]. However, the neshamah of ishah may come into revelation and expression through the root חשה, meaning “quiet” and/or “refrain from expression or movement” [2].

Supporting this is the consideration that the word חשאי (derived from the root חשה) means “silently” and contains the letters of the word ishah, except that the ה of ishah is a ח in the word “silently”. Thus, ishah describes a situation where a “once silent woman” (unable to express Torah) becomes opened (ה

Torah Of Life, Chayah. Yet evolving from there comes itta (אתתא), the chayah of isha. Itta, a word also meaning woman, is derived from Aramaic. Itta describes a unique situation, one where a woman can express the secret mysteries of Torah: from ת Ekyeh) and from malchut to keter (Asher Ekyeh), with both the attribute of mercy (ת ner Hashem nishmat adamah). This is the Torah of Life through which all the souls of Israel are interconnected. The sanctified avodah of itta connects the Torah of Chesed with the Torah of Truth through the Torah of Life.

Torah Of Truth, Yechidah. Avodah performed bitul bimtzuit mamash fully draws out the itta transformation through a woman’s mitzvot of challah, niddah and hadlikat nerot (ChaNaH). These mitzvot pertain to the circumcisions of the lips, ears and heart and ultimately complete the unification of the Torah of Chesed, the Torah of Life and the Torah of Truth to redeem the Divine Spark of yechidah into action and into the world of assiyah. This is the revelation of the Light of Torah and “shines from the good mouth” of the faithful one made in the Divine Image.

Torah Temimah, Tafsaret. The redemption of the Divine Spark, the unification within Torah, and revelation of the Light of Torah is represented by the three tagim on each ט of tafsaret, טפסרט, the vessel of emunah (the unifying spark of Moshe in every Jewish soul).

Tafsaret is a rare kind of Hebrew scribe with roots clear through into Sumerian mystery. From the language of ancient Sumer, סר means “write”. טף means “board” [1]. The Hebrew verb root סרט carries the meanings of “script”, “a tool for designing” and “marking” [2]. Tafsaret contains within its letters the letters of the root (ספר) of sofer (סופר, scribe). Yet tafsaret also contains two letters ט in addition to the letters which comprise the root word (ספר). These two letters ט have a combined gematria of 18 (חי) – where הי refers redemptively to chayah and yechidah. These encompassing and unifying soul levels thereby impart “unifying life” into the scribal writing of tafsaret.

With a gematria of 358 tafsaret טפסרט is the rectification of the attribute of judgment and of the nachash, the primordial snake. The unrectified nachash is the source of deceiving grace, the fear of insanity, the inability to discern truth, and blemishes of the sexual impulse.

Unification, Ekyeh asher Ekyeh. The Good of Torah is revealed through the unification of mercy (ת Ekyeh asher Ekyeh. A woman with a name.

We can now better understand ishah to represent woman in a generic sense, as a woman without a name, and a woman without a deep sense of her own personal story. In contradistinction to ishah, itta represents a woman with a deep unique true sense of her own personal story, a woman who has expressively claimed her deepest unique true identity and destiny – her unique name. Itta is a woman who has awakened to essential personhood and writes in her own name. An ever-evolving name.

ליאורהּ חנה אלישבע צברה בת אהוביה ואדרו
Liorah Chanah Elishaba Tsabrah bat Ahuvyah v’Adaru

This is the feminine path of a sacred scribe, טפסרט, the evolution of woman and contains the secret to actualizing Echad.

Footnotes:

[1] Edward Horowitz, How The Hebrew Language Grew

[2] R’ Matityahu Clark, Etymological Dictionary Of Biblical Hebrew

reposted from Evolution Of Woman blog entry & my website page, Tafsaret

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One Response to “Tafsaret, A Rare Kind Of Sacred Scribe”

  1. Sophia Says:

    yes the woman causes the phallic (god) weakness, which is damned lucky or mankind would never have existed at all. Through her STRENGTH she causes weakness/the falling of thr tower and then she can take the fire and enclose it, thereby securing life and also releiving and renewing the god principle who becomes satiated/satan if left to full of frustration and anger)….

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