This expulsion  was preceded in 1305/1306 by a depreciation of the currency of two-thirds, which mechanically multiplied the claims by three. It is legitimate to think that by expelling the Jews in 1306 main debt holders, Philip Le Bel drew a double financial advantage: he thus lightened the debts of his citizens and reduced the negative effect of his monetary reforms and also recovered from the seizure of Jewish property substantial amounts (but much lower than its forecasts) allowing him to partially restore the budget balance. Although using theological arguments to achieve its ends, the expulsion of the Jews has only a material purpose. Moreover, the Jews will soon be allowed to return, but the infernal mechanism is engaged.
All the letters succeed each other to justify that the creation of the world must be based on it, of the letter Tav (T), all were refused until the letter beit appears, it is then accepted, the Aleph s refraining from introducing himself. It is in compensation for this “modesty” that this letter became the first of the alphabet:
- The Holy One , blessed be He, said to him: Aleph, Aleph, in spite of the fact that I will create the world with the letter beit (which initiates the Torah), you will be the first letter of all the letters of the alphabet, I will have unity only in you, and you will also be the beginning of all the calculations and works of the world. Any unification will rest in the letter aleph alone.
(extract of the psalm 112 associated to this generation, verses 1 to 4 )
- Hallelujah. Praiseworthy is the man who fears the Lord, who greatly desires His commandments.
- His seed will be mighty in the land, a generation of upright ones, which shall be blessed.
- Wealth and riches will be in his house, and his righteousness endures forever.
- He shone a light in the darkness for the upright, [for He is] gracious and merciful and righteous.
(extract of the psalm 112 associated to this generation, verses 5 to 7 )
- Good is the man who is gracious and lends, who conducts his affairs with moderation.
- For he will never falter; for an everlasting memorial will the righteous man be.
- He will not fear bad news; his heart is steadfast, trusting in the Lord.
(extract of the psalm 112 associated to this generation, verses 8 to 10 )
- His heart is steadfast, he will not fear until he sees in his adversaries.
- He distributed, he gave to the needy; his charity endures forever, his horn will be raised with glory.
- A wicked man will see and become angry; he will gnash his teeth and melt; the desire of the wicked will be lost.
- You  (the letter Tav) are the seal of death (mavet).
 From: (collective): “The Capetians, History and dictionary, 987-1328). Chapter: “The reign of Philip IV Le Bel”. (French: « Les Capétiens, Histoire et dictionnaire, 987-1328). Chapitre : « Le règne de Philippe IV le Bel ».
 Based on the French version of The Zohar: The Zohar, Volume I, Preliminaries. (French: (Edition VERDIER, « Les Dix Paroles »). Le Zohar, Tome I, Préliminaires. (p. 40) )
 Based on the French version of The Zohar: The Zohar, Volume I, Preliminaries. (French: (Edition VERDIER, « Les Dix Paroles »). Le Zohar, Tome I, Préliminaires. (p. 36) )