The final point about the structure of the letters of the Tetragrammaton is that they represent the Partzufim and more, as we’d already discussed at some length (see Petach 17; 3:1 and especially 5:5; also see R’ C. Vitale’s Sha’arei Kedusha 3:1). But here’s much more to be said about the significance of the Tetragrammaton as opposed to other Divine appellations, as we’ll see.
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