God's angel said: 'Behold, you are barren, and have no children; but you will conceive, and bear a son. Then the woman went and told her husband. Manoach took the goat with the meal offering, and offered it upon the rock to God. The angel did something wondrous, and Manoach and his wife looked on. For when the flame went up from the altar toward heaven, God's angel ascended in the altar flame.
nasso “raise up"
Numbers 4:21 – 7:39
Here is the priestly blessing: “May Hashem bless you and keep you; may Hashem illuminate His continence and be gracious unto you; may Hashem lift His continence and establish peace.” The gesture of the priests was to separate their fingers into four areas to allow the four letters of the unpronounceable name of Hashem to pass through. The colors here on the palms of the hands are Kabbalistic representing the four worlds with red, purple, blue and yellow for each, and the finger colors refer to the ten Sefirot. Behind them are some of the other issues covered in this parsha: impure people are to leave the camp; the procedure to follow if a husband is accusing a wife of adultery – here as a “sotah” - a suspected adulteress, her breasts exposed like Eve, she must drink from holy water mixed with a paper that had the Tetragrammaton – the unpronounceable name of Hashem – and if she is guilty she would bloat up, eyes bulge and lose her fingernails; the laws regarding a Nararite – someone who is seeking refuge to concentrate on Torah with vows not to drink or even eat grapes and abstaining from other worldly pleasures, not cutting his hair; and below him are gifts from each tribe of a silver bowl and basin and golden spoon all for the Tabernacle.