Mystery Of The Half-Blood Princess
וַיֵּצֵא סִיחֹן לִקְרָאתֵנוּ
then the foal (Sihon) came out to meet us ... Devarim 2:32
וַיִּתְּנֵהוּ יְהוָה אֱלֹהֵינוּ, לְפָנֵינוּ; וַנַּךְ אֹתוֹ וְאֶת-בָּנָו, וְאֶת-כָּל-עַמּוֹ.
And the LORD our God delivered him up before us; and we smote him, and his sons, and all his people ... Devarim 2:33
וַנִּלְכֹּד אֶת-כָּל-עָרָיו, בָּעֵת הַהִוא, וַנַּחֲרֵם אֶת-כָּל-עִיר מְתִם, וְהַנָּשִׁים וְהַטָּף: לֹא הִשְׁאַרְנוּ
And we took all his cities at that time, and utterly destroyed every city, the men, and the women, and the little ones; none were left behind ... Devarim 2:34
(yet there is) only that survivor ... Devarim 2:33-34
A foal (סיחן) is an equine, a young animal (like a horse or donkey, for example) one year old or younger. The Hebrew word for horse is sus (סוס). The Hebrew word for donkey is chamor (חמור). We can see that the Hebrew word for foal (סיחן) contains one letter, the first leading letter from each of the Hebrew words for horse and donkey, namely and respectively, samech (ס) and chet (ח).
The first leading letter of the Hebrew word for foal is also the first leading letter of the Hebrew word for horse, that is, samech (ס). Samech corresponds to the mystical power of equanimity. In kabbalah, each magical Hebrew letter is called a horse. By analyzing the Hebrew words we can understand that in the Hebrew word foal (סיחן) is encoded the state of consciousness where the horse of equinimity (a power of the soul) leads the horse-donkey hybrid of the lifeforce. Thus, a horse represents a power of the soul, while a hybrid represents the soul and body united in harmony as one.
In the Hebrew word foal (סיחן) the power of equanimity, through the Hebrew letter samech, leads and is in control of the Hebrew letter chet corresponding to the lifeforce. This is a step into evolving Mastery.
A foal, which is both yet specifically neither a horse nor a donkey, leading with the Hebrew letter samech, came out to meet the Israelites. No foals were left remaining, but there is only that survivor. A hybrid survives.
The offspring of equine hybrids (בן-כלאיים) are almost always sterile. Almost always. Occasionally, the female hybrid, but never the male hybrid, will be fertile due to differences in the way eggs and sperm are produced. The fertile female hybrid can be bred back with either a horse or donkey to produce further fertile offspring.
The rare fertile female hybrid is a survivor.
Sus (horse) comes from the root סוס meaning to move quickly.
Chamor (donkey) comes from the root חמר meaning basic raw matter or raw material substance.
The rare fertile female hybrid represents a deeper high-energy level of matter which 'moves quickly'. She embodies It. Her will is in It.
She survives, evolves and reproduces.
Foals (novice mystics of any Tradition) came out to meet the Israelities (also novice mystics of the kabbalistic Tradition, in distinction with Levi'im and Kohanim). The question is asked, "why do foals chatter their teeth when they meet each other?" CryHorse answers, "It's called clakking. It looks funny but what a foal is doing is telling whatever horse it is that comes up to him other than his mother is 'don't hurt me', I am small and helpless."
Understand. When the foals met face to face, one female grew up a survivor.