There is a woman who is named once in the Torah, so she must have been important, only the text does not say. Fortunately, midrash and legends have sprung up about the woman who gently, possibly with music, broke the news to elderly Jacob that his son, Joseph, still lived. She was said to have revealed to Moses where Joseph's bones had been buried, so the Israelites could fulfill the promise their ancestors had made to their long deceased relative.
Hidden in this headdress style kippah is the code (Pakad'ti )by which she confirmed that Moses' vision was from God: can you see the letters? Also, she solved a dispute between Torah scholars as to what the waves looked like at the Exodus. How was this possible? She was the female version of Elijah, who ascended alive into Heaven!