183. The male, WHICH IS ZEIR ANPIN, spread into his brain lobe of Da'at and the corridors and chambers were filled, NAMELY NETZACH, HOD AND YESOD, AND CHESED, GVURAH AND TIFERET. DA'AT starts at the top of the head and spreads throughout the body in its chest, arms and the rest of it. Behind it, the spark is touched by the hard lamp, WHICH IS THE ILLUMINATION OF THE LEFT COLUMN OF BINAH, glows and produces one head blocked on all directions, with the illumination of the two brain lobes CHOCHMAH AND BINAH engraved in it. It is attached to the male side FROM THE BACK and hence is called, "my dove, my undefiled (Heb. tamati)" (Shir Hashirim 5:2). Do not pronounce it 'tamati' but rather it is 'te'omati (Eng. 'my twin sister')' for sure.