411. What is then written? "And Abraham lifted up his eyes and looked, and behold behind him a ram..." (Beresheet 22:13) WHICH ALLUDES TO the other wicked people of the world who are called 'rams,' as it is written, "the rams of Nevayot shall minister to you" (Yeshayah 60:7). And this PHRASE is translated INTO ARAMAIC as, "the high ranks (also: 'the proud people') of Nevayot....." "Caught in a thicket..." This is as you may read, "All the horns of the wicked also will I cut off" (Tehilim 75:11). The phrase, "and Abraham went and took the ram," means that they are about to go through many bad experiences. But the righteous, in the future, shall remain as the holy supernal angels, to bring about the unison of His Name. Therefore it is written, "In that day Hashem shall be one, and His Name One" (Zecharyah 14:9).