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HEY is the 5th letter of the Hebrew alphabet and has a numerical value of 5, means BEHOLD and is constructed of a Dalet and a Yud, makes a sound like the H in Happy. Hey appears twice in the Yud Hey Vav Hey Name of God. The numerical value of the Hey is five, alluding to the five names of the soul Nephesh, Ruach, Neshama, Chaya, Yechidah (Kaplan, Aryeh. 1979. Tr. The Bahir. http://amzn.to/2eW7J08 York Beach: Samuel Weiser. 19). The word â€˜Behebaramâ€™ in Genesis 2:4, is usually translated â€œWhen they were created. In the Torah scroll the Hey in this word drew attention to itself by being smaller than the rest of the letters in the scroll. What significance did this have for the word â€™Behebaramâ€™? If this word could be translated WITH A Hey HE CREATED THEM, then that would mean that God created this world by means of the Hey. God did this because the Hey is closed on 3 sides and open on the 4th. This allows those who wish to deviate from the right path to get out through the open 4th side. On the left there is a little space between the leg and the roof. That is there to allow anyone who wishes to repent, to return through that small (Menachot http://amzn.to/2wBfsIT 29b). The Hebrew letters of the word for husband are Aleph Yud Shin, and for wife, Aleph Shin Hey. The Yud and Hey form the Divine Name; but if omitted, only Aleph and Shin are left which form the word Esh, fire (Sotah http://amzn.to/2wBfsIT17a). The heavens â€œare the totality of twenty-two lettersâ€. The letter Hey produced the heavens to give them life and to water them and the earth (Zohar 1984. Tr. http://amzn.to/2x13kTa Harry Sperling et al. New York: Soncino. 1:30a).
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