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This process reached completion only at the theophanousevent of Sinai. Before Israelcould receivethe Torah,however,two other significanteventsin their history were recordedin Scripture. The firstwas the warwithAmalek(Exod. TheZohar,building upon a midrashictheme,85maintainsthat Israelwas attackedbecausethey 84.
35. See Matt, Zohar, p. 220. " That is, as the passage from the Zohar itself (I, 83a) emphasizes, it was necessary for Abraham to descend into Egypt (the "Other Side") before entering the land of Israel (the portion of the Holy One) so that he would be purified. That is also the mystical significance of Israel's enslavement in Egypt: spiritual purification by means of contact with the unholy. , in the desert, which is the abode of the demonic force], for there is no light except that which emerges from darkness.
20. See II, 176b (Sifra di-Zeni'uta); III, 128b (Idra Rabba), 135a, 142a, 292a (Idra Zuta). The biblical basis for this mythical conception is Gen. 36:31 ff. Cf. Tishby, MhZ, 1:138, 150. For a discussion of the possible source for this conception in the Castilian circle, and particularly Todros Abulafia, see Liebes, "The Messiah," pp. 219-221. Moreover, as Liebes points out (p. 219), this conception was probably suggested to the kabbalists by the midrashic claim that God at first considered creating the world with judgment and only afterwards decided to combine judgment and mercy together.