WWith a beginning, God created heaven and earth. The earth was without form and empty, with darkness on the face of the depths, but God's spirit moved on the water's surface. God said, "There shall be light," and lightness became manifest. God saw that the lightness was good and God divided between the lightness and the darkness. God named the lightness Day and the darkness he named night. It was evening and it was morning, one day. (Genesis 1:1-5.)
The previous two tables both have an unexpected pattern. In the first table we see the word אור, Light in a vertical ELS and the word מאור, Illumination or From Light in a horizontal ELS. They share one letter, ר. In the second table, we see the the word Illumination or From Light and the word Light in horizontal ELSs on the same line, one after the other. The phrase Light from Light is a phrase found in the Midrash and motivates us to explore it as an ELS phrase. This exploration was first done by Nachum Bombach.
We read in Midrash Rabbah
Rabbi Simeon Ben Yehotzadak asked Rabbi Samuel Bar Nachman:As I have heard that your are a master of haggadah, tell me whence the light was created?
He replied:The Holy One, blessed by He, wrapped Himself therein as in a rob and irradiated with luster of His majesty the whole world from one end to the other.
Now he had answered him in a whisper, whereupon he observed,There is a verse which states it explicitly:You have donned glory and majesty; covering with light as with a garment, streching out the heavens like a curtain. (Psalms 104:1-2)
This verse hints that there is an inner light that is hidden and an outer light which became manifest. This idea is expressed even more explicitly in the book Pardes Rimonim of Rabbi Moshe Cordovero
And this is a secret what is written Let there be light. And there was light. Why it is written And there was light and notAnd it was so(as in the other days of creation)? The answer is that from this light it was created another light that can be seen
Psalms 104:1-2 motivates the key words the light from God against the key word creates.
Rabbi Moshe Cordovero's commentary motivates exploring the key word light from light.
It appears twice in the following table, with an unexpected extension
forming the phrase
light waves from light. The core of this table was simply the skip rank
2, absolute skip 4, ELS of the key word light from light.
With expected number of ELSs set to 50, a more compact table results.
The following table had ELSs that were part of the same table discovered above by Nachum Bombach. The ELS of the key word God contains a surprising extension, forming the phrase the light from God.