The third section of the Book of Leviticus opens with the description of the eighth (Shemini, in Hebrew) and final day of the installation rituals. After this, it records which animals are permitted for Jewish consumption.
As the sun made to set, a deep sleep fell upon Abra[ha]m; and, lo, a horror of great darkness fell upon him. And [G‑d] said to Abram: “Know surely that your descendents shall be strangers in a land that is not theirs, and they will be enslaved to them, and they will afflict them . . . [but] afterwards they will come out with great wealth . . .”
–From the Torah’s description of the “Covenant Between the Pieces,” Genesis 15:12–14