Since Israel was not able to conquer the land of the three nations, the children of Israel are not fulfilled nor is the Shechina complete [in its revelation] until that future time. At the time that all of the Jews shall enter the land, the land will be fulfilled in its true ultimate completion.

Then the Shechina will be rectified, for the Shechina stands upon the twelve oxen.

[The twelve oxen are part of King Solomon's symbolic "Sea", which stood upon twelve oxen (as in Kings I 7:25). The Zohar (Volume 1, 241a) says that the Shechina rests upon the twelve "oxen". Those oxen really symbolize much loftier things such as the Chayot HaKodesh etc.]

By the Shechina dwelling in its midst, Eretz Yisrael is rectified

Those twelve symbolize the rectification of the Chayot HaKodesh [a specific type of angels] which comprise twelve different facets corresponding to the twelve oxen. Then the Divine Throne shall be rectified, being that the Shechina is above it and the Chayot are below it. It itself is not complete, yet when it is completed, then Eretz Yisrael will be completely rectified.

By the Shechina dwelling in its midst, Eretz Yisrael is rectified. By the presence of the Shechina they [the 12 oxen] are bent down. The Shechina has not yet fully resided in Eretz Yisrael. Even in the times of Joshua it wasn't complete, for two and a half tribes were not in the land. That's why Eretz Yisrael is not complete. The reason is that the Shechina couldn't be complete, is based upon the complaint (cf. Chullin 60b) of the moon about sharing the crown with the sun. As long as the light of the moon hasn't again reverted to the exact luminance of the sun, sharing one crown as it was at the time of creation, the Shechina will not reach its completion. This is similar to that which the Arizal writes in his commentary about the seven aspects of the malchut of Atzilut. Look there and you shall find the depth of this concept at its very roots. This is the essence of the verse, "Behold, this [zeh] is G‑d, we hoped for him" (Isaiah 25:9); in other words, at the time when all twelve tribes will have reached their completion in Eretz Yisrael, then G‑d's name will be complete. For the words zeh [this, in the masculine] and zot [this, in the feminine] go together. Zot is the malchut that is taking grasp of the yesod, which is called zeh. As is known from the Zohar on Parashat Chukat, zot in its small numerical value [Mispar Katan] equals zeh. Also the hidden letters [ne'elam] of zeh [spelled zayin hei] with their milui is equal to the numerical value of the name Ado-nai [the milui of zayin is yud = 10 and nun = 50, the milui of hei is hei = 5; like the total of the latter, the numerical value of the name Ado-nai equals 65].

End of Chapter Two.