283. Come and see: When Moses erected the Tabernacle, he checked all the crafts, that they were done properly. Then he erected it. All the crafts of the Tabernacle were brought before Moses one by one. This is the secret of the verse, "the virgins, her companions that follow her, shall be brought to you" (Tehilim 45:15). "Brought to you" is the same as "brought the Tabernacle to Moses" (Shemot 39:33). IT IS THE SECRET OF THE SEVEN MAIDENS BRINGING MALCHUT CALLED 'TABERNACLE' TO MOSES, WHO IS THE SECRET OF ZEIR ANPIN.
284. HE ASKS: Why did they bring the Tabernacle? AND HE ANSWERS it was then the time of espousals of Moses, ZEIR ANPIN, and therefore, they brought the Tabernacle, MALCHUT, to Moses, like a bride coming to the house of the groom. For first the bride should be brought to the groom, as it is written, "I gave my daughter to this man to wife" (Devarim 22:16). Then he comes to her, as it is said, "and went in to her" (Beresheet 38:2), and "Moses went into the Tent of Testimony" (Bemidbar 17:23), WHICH IS MALCHUT.
285. It is written, "And Moses was not able to enter into the Tent of Testimony, because the cloud rested on it..." (Shemot 40:35). The sense is that it adorned itself as a woman prepares and adorns herself for her husband. And when she does so, it is not fit that her husband should enter to her. Therefore, "Moses was not able to enter into the Tent of Testimony because the cloud rested on it." For this reason "they brought the Tabernacle to Moses." Also, "Moses saw all the work..." (Shemot 39:43).
286. Come and see: In all the works of the Tabernacle the blue color was present, because it is adorned in the secret of all the colors, BEING THE SECRET OF THE BLACK LIGHT IN THE CANDLE UPON WHICH RESTS THE WHITE LIGHT. It is written, "And they made the plate of the holy crown of pure gold...and they tied to it a lace of blue" (Shemot 39:30). This we explained in the secret of the verse, "and you shall make a plate of pure gold, and engrave upon it, like the engravings of a signet, holiness to Hashem" (Shemot 28:36), "and wrote upon it a writing, like the engravings of a signet, Holiness to Hashem" (Shemot 39:30).