Then Jael, Cheber's wife, took a tent peg and a hammer in her hand, and went to him softly, and drove the peg into his temples, until it pierced through into the ground; for he was in a deep sleep. So he swooned and died.
beshalach “It happened when Pharaoh”
Exodus 13:17 –17:16
Hashem opened the waters and the Hebrews crossed the Yam Suf – the Red Sea. But what is depicted here is that there were twelve passageways through the chambers of the water – one for each of the twelve tribes. And as they walked through they could see each other as if looking through glass walls and the water ramparts also had fruits and food suspended so they could eat as they walked. Miriam Moses’ sister sang a song of praise for the miracles of Hashem.
Moses lifts his staff the center of which contained the energies from a deeper realm of being – Yetzirah – the world of formation. In Kabbalah we are said to exist in four worlds at the same time. The first is the world of time and space - the world of making - Asiyah. The next is Yetzirah which is the realm of dreams and the metaphysical.