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2 Mose 29

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1 Und dies ist es, was du ihnen tun sollst, sie zu heiligen, um mir den Priesterdienst auszuüben: Nimm einen jungen Farren und zwei Widder, ohne Fehl,

2 und ungesäuertes Brot, und ungesäuerte Kuchen, gemengt mit Öl, und ungesäuerte Fladen, gesalbt mit Öl: von Feinmehl des Weizens sollst du sie machen.

3 Und lege sie in einen Korb und bringe sie in dem Korbe dar, und den Farren und die zwei Widder.

4 Und Aaron und seine Söhne sollst du herzunahen lassen an den Eingang des Zeltes der Zusammenkunft und sie mit Wasser waschen.

5 Und du sollst die Kleider nehmen und Aaron bekleiden mit dem Leibrock und dem Oberkleide des Ephods und dem Ephod und dem Brustschilde und es ihm anbinden mit dem gewirkten Gürtel des Ephods.

6 Und setze den Kopfbund auf sein Haupt und lege das heilige Diadem an den Kopfbund.

7 Und nimm das Salböl und gieße es auf sein Haupt und salbe ihn.

8 Und seine Söhne sollst du herzunahen lassen und sie mit den Leibröcken bekleiden;

9 und umgürte sie mit dem Gürtel, Aaron und seine Söhne, und binde ihnen die hohen Mützen um; und das Priestertum sei ihnen zu einer ewigen Satzung. Und du sollst Aaron und seine Söhne weihen.

10 Und du sollst den Farren herzubringen vor das Zelt der Zusammenkunft, und Aaron und seine Söhne sollen ihre Hände auf den Kopf des Farren legen.

11 Und schlachte den Farren vor Jehova, an dem Eingang des Zeltes der Zusammenkunft;

12 und nimm von dem Blute des Farren und tue es mit deinem Finger an die Hörner des Altars, und alles Blut sollst du an den Fuß des Altars gießen.

13 Und nimm alles Fett, welches das Eingeweide bedeckt, und das Netz über der Leber und die beiden Nieren und das Fett, das an ihnen ist, und räuchere es auf dem Altar.

14 Und das Fleisch des Farren und seine Haut und seinen Mist sollst du mit Feuer verbrennen außerhalb des Lagers: es ist ein Sündopfer.

15 Und du sollst den einen Widder nehmen, und Aaron und seine Söhne sollen ihre Hände auf den Kopf des Widders legen.

16 Und du sollst den Widder schlachten und sein Blut nehmen und an den Altar sprengen ringsum.

17 Und den Widder sollst du in seine Stücke zerlegen und sein Eingeweide und seine Schenkel waschen und sie auf seine Stücke und auf seinen Kopf legen.

18 Und den ganzen Widder sollst du auf dem Altar räuchern: es ist ein Brandopfer dem Jehova, ein lieblicher Geruch; es ist ein Feueropfer dem Jehova.

19 Und du sollst den zweiten Widder nehmen, und Aaron und seine Söhne sollen ihre Hände auf den Kopf des Widders legen.

20 Und du sollst den Widder schlachten und von seinem Blute nehmen und es auf das rechte Ohrläppchen Aarons tun und auf das rechte Ohrläppchen seiner Söhne und auf den Daumen ihrer rechten Hand und auf die große Zehe ihres rechten Fußes; und du sollst das Blut an den Altar sprengen ringsum.

21 Und nimm von dem Blute, das auf dem Altar ist, und von dem Salböl, und sprenge es auf Aaron und auf seine Kleider und auf seine Söhne und auf die Kleider seiner Söhne mit ihm; und er wird heilig sein und seine Kleider, und seine Söhne und die Kleider seiner Söhne mit ihm.

22 Und nimm von dem Widder das Fett und den Fettschwanz und das Fett, welches das Eingeweide bedeckt, und das Netz der Leber und die beiden Nieren und das Fett, das an ihnen ist, und den rechten Schenkel, denn es ist ein Widder der Einweihung-

23 und einen Laib Brot und einen Kuchen geölten Brotes und einen Fladen aus dem Korbe des Ungesäuerten, der vor Jehova ist;

24 und lege das alles auf die Hände Aarons und auf die Hände seiner Söhne, und webe es als Webopfer vor Jehova.

25 Und nimm es von ihren Händen und räuchere es auf dem Altar, auf dem Brandopfer, zum lieblichen Geruch vor Jehova: es ist ein Feueropfer dem Jehova.

26 Und nimm die Brust von dem Einweihungswidder, der für Aaron ist, und webe sie als Webopfer vor Jehova; und sie soll dein Anteil sein.

27 Und heilige die Brust des Webopfers und den Schenkel des Hebopfers, die gewoben und der gehoben worden ist von dem Einweihungswidder, von dem, der für Aaron, und von dem, der für seine Söhne ist;

28 und es soll Aaron und seinen Söhnen gehören als eine ewige Gebühr von seiten der Kinder Israel, denn es ist ein Hebopfer; und es soll ein Hebopfer sein von seiten der Kinder Israel, von ihren Friedensopfern: ihr Hebopfer dem Jehova. -

29 Und die heiligen Kleider Aarons sollen für seine Söhne sein nach ihm, um sie darin zu salben und sie darin zu weihen.

30 Sieben Tage soll sie anziehen, wer von seinen Söhnen Priester wird an seiner Statt, welcher in das Zelt der Zusammenkunft hineingehen wird, um im Heiligtum zu dienen. -

31 Und den Einweihungswidder sollst du nehmen und sein Fleisch an heiligem Orte kochen.

32 Und Aaron und seine Söhne sollen das Fleisch des Widders und das Brot, das in dem Korbe ist, essen an dem Eingang des Zeltes der Zusammenkunft:

33 sie sollen die Dinge essen, durch welche Sühnung geschehen ist, um sie zu weihen, um sie zu heiligen; ein Fremder aber soll nicht davon essen, denn sie sind heilig.

34 Und wenn von dem Fleische der Einweihung und von dem Brote etwas übrigbleibt bis an den Morgen, so sollst du das Übriggebliebene mit Feuer verbrennen; es soll nicht gegessen werden, denn es ist heilig.

35 Und du sollst Aaron und seinen Söhnen also tun, nach allem, was ich dir geboten habe; sieben Tage sollst du sie einweihen.

36 Und einen Farren als Sündopfer sollst du täglich zur Sühnung opfern und den Altar entsündigen, indem du Sühnung für ihn tust; und du sollst ihn salben, um ihn zu heiligen.

37 Sieben Tage sollst du Sühnung tun für den Altar und ihn heiligen; und der Altar soll hochheilig sein: alles, was den Altar anrührt, wird heilig sein.

38 Und dies ist es, was du auf dem Altar opfern sollst: zwei einjährige Lämmer des Tages beständig.

39 Das eine Lamm sollst du am Morgen opfern, und das zweite Lamm sollst du opfern zwischen den zwei Abenden,

40 und ein Zehntel Feinmehl, gemengt mit einem viertel Hin zerstoßenen Öles, und ein Trankopfer, ein viertel Hin Wein, zu dem einen Lamme.

41 Und das zweite Lamm sollst du opfern zwischen den zwei Abenden; wie das Morgenspeisopfer und wie dessen Trankopfer, so sollst du zu diesem opfern, zum lieblichen Geruch, ein Feueropfer dem Jehova:

42 ein beständiges Brandopfer bei euren Geschlechtern an dem Eingang des Zeltes der Zusammenkunft vor Jehova, wo ich mit euch zusammenkommen werde, um daselbst mit dir zu reden.

43 Und ich werde daselbst mit den Kindern Israel zusammenkommen, und es wird geheiligt werden durch meine Herrlichkeit.

44 Und ich werde das Zelt der Zusammenkunft und den Altar heiligen; und Aaron und seine Söhne werde ich heiligen, daß sie mir den Priesterdienst ausüben.

45 Und ich werde in der Mitte der Kinder Israel wohnen und werde ihr Gott sein.

46 Und sie werden wissen, daß ich Jehova bin, ihr Gott, der ich sie aus dem Lande Ägypten herausgeführt habe, um in ihrer Mitte zu wohnen; ich bin Jehova, ihr Gott.

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Arcana Coelestia # 10076

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10076. 'For it is the ram of fillings [of the hand]' means a representative sign of the Lord's Divine power in the heavens which comes through Divine Truth emanating from His Divine Good, and the transmission and the reception of that Truth there. This is clear from the meaning of 'the ram' as a person internally in respect of the good of innocence and charity within him, dealt with above in 9991, for all beasts serve to mean some human affection or inclination, 9280, which is why people possessing charity and innocence are called sheep and lambs, and 'a ram' therefore, being a male sheep, means the good of charity and innocence in the internal man, or in the highest sense that same good present internally in the Lord's Human (for that which in the internal sense means something truly human, thus something constituting the Church or heaven with a person, in the highest sense means that same virtue present in a matchless degree within the Lord when He was in the world; indeed the subject everywhere in the Word in its inmost sense is the Lord, and this is what gives it its holiness); and from the meaning of 'fillings of the hand' as a representative sign of Divine Truth emanating from the Lord's Divine Good in the heavens, and as the transmission of that Truth to the angels there and their reception of it. For as has been shown previously, just as a person who is being regenerated experiences two states, the first being a time when the truths of faith are being implanted in and joined to the good of love, and the second a time when the good of charity is the source of his actions, so it was in a matchless degree within the Lord. The first state of the glorification of His Human consisted in His making it Divine Truth and joining it to the Divine Good which was within Him and was called the Father, and in His thereby becoming the Divine Good of Divine Love, which is Jehovah. The second state of His glorification was when the Divine Good of Divine Love was the source of what He did, and the Divine Truth emanating from that Good was the means by which He accomplished it.

[2] In the case of a person, in the first state he learns things that must compose his faith, and while he is learning them, under the influence of good, that is, through good from the Lord, so the power of understanding is taking shape in him. When the truths giving shape to the understanding have been implanted in and joined to good he passes into the second state, in which his actions spring from good through the use of truths. From this it is evident what the second state of a person who is being regenerated is like, namely a state in which thought and actions spring from good, or what amounts to the same thing, from love, or what also amounts to the same thing, from the will; for what a person wills he loves, and what he loves he calls good. But a person begins to be in the second state when his entire self from head to toe is the same as his love, and so is the same as his will and his understanding springing from it. Who can ever credit it that the entire person is an image of his will and of his understanding rooted in it, consequently an image of his good and so of his truth, or else an image of his evil and so of his falsity? For good or evil compose the will, and truth or falsity compose the understanding. All angels in heaven are acquainted with this arcanum; but the reason why people in the world are not acquainted with it is that they have no knowledge of their soul, nor consequently any knowledge that the body is shaped so as to be a likeness of it, and therefore that the nature of the entire person is determined by that of his soul. This fact is clearly demonstrated by spirits and angels as seen in the next life. All these are human forms, and the nature of those forms is determined by that of the affections belonging to their love and faith, so much so that anyone in whom the good of love and charity is present may be called an embodiment of love and charity, and on the other hand anyone in whom evils resulting from self-love and love of the world are present, thus in whom hatred and the like are present, may be called an embodiment of hatred.

[3] The same fact is also clearly demonstrated by the three entities present in the whole natural order which flow one from another, namely effect, cause, and end. An effect owes its whole existence to the cause, for an effect is nothing other than the outward manifestation of a cause, because when a cause becomes an effect it clothes itself in things such as exist on external levels, in order that it may manifest itself in a lower sphere, which is the sphere of effects. The situation is similar with the cause of a cause, which in a higher sphere is called the final cause or the end. The end constitutes the all within the cause, making it a cause set to achieve something. For a cause that is not set to achieve something cannot be called a cause, for what other reason is there for its existence? Setting out to achieve something is the end, which is the first thing within the cause and also its last. From this it is evident that the end is so to speak the soul of the cause and so to speak its life, and consequently is also the soul and life of the effect. For if a cause and an effect lack the ability to complete the end in view, none of these has any real existence, because it does not set out to achieve anything, and so is like some dead object devoid of soul and life; and such a thing expires, like a body when the soul departs from it.

[4] The situation is the same with the human being. His actual soul is his will; the attendant cause by means of which his will produces the effect is his understanding; and the effect which is produced resides in the body and so belongs to the body. The truth of this is plainly evident from the consideration that what a person wills, and therefore thinks, fittingly presents itself in an effect within the body, in this way when he speaks, in that way when he acts. From all this it is again evident that what a person's will is like determines what the entire person is like. Whether one speaks of the will, end, love, or good it amounts to the same thing; for everything that a person wills is seen by him to be the end, is loved by him, and is called good. Likewise whether one speaks of the understanding, the cause attending the end, faith, or truth, it again amounts to the same thing; for what a person under the influence of his will understands or thinks he takes to be the cause, believes, and calls the truth. When these things are understood by someone he may know what a person undergoing regeneration is like in his first state, and what he is like in the second.

[5] From all this people may have some idea of how to understand the teaching that when the Lord was in the world and glorified His Human He first made it Divine Truth, and step by step the Divine Good of Divine Love; and that ever after the Divine Good of Divine Love is the source of His acts in heaven and in the world, and of the life He imparts to them, which He accomplishes by means of Divine Truth emanating from the Divine Good of Divine Love of His Divine Human. For from this the heavens have come into being and are constantly coming into being, that is, being held in being; or what amounts to the same thing, from it the heavens have been created and are constantly being created, that is, preserved, for preservation is constant creation, even as being held in being is constant coming into being.

[6] Such considerations are also contained in the following words in John,

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. All things were made through Him, and without Him nothing was made that was made. And the Word became flesh. John 1:1, 3, 14.

'The Word' is Divine Truth. The first state is described by the statement, 'In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God', and the second state by, 'All things were made through Him, and without Him nothing was made that was made'. The situation was similar when the Lord came into the world, restored the heavens to order, and so to speak created them anew. The Lord is clearly meant by 'the Word' in the above words, for they say that 'the Word became flesh'. The transmission and the perception of Divine Truth emanating from the Divine Good of Divine Love of the Lord's Divine Human is what 'the filling of the hand' means and what the representative acts associated here with the second ram describe.

[7] Since the Lord in respect of Divine Good is represented by Aaron, 9806, the glorification of the Lord's Human is described in a representative manner by the process in which Aaron and his sons were consecrated. The first state of glorification is described by the things stated regarding the sacrifice of the young bull and the burnt offering of the first ram, and the second state of glorification by those stated regarding the second ram, called 'the ram of fillings [of the hand]'. The first state is called the anointing, while the second state is called the filling of the hand. So it was when Aaron and his sons were consecrated to the priesthood by anointing and filling of the hand that they were referred to as 'the anointed' and 'those whose hands he has filled', as in Moses,

The chief priest, on whose head the anointing oil has been poured, and who has filled his hand to wear the garments, shall not shave his head or rip apart the seams of his garments. Leviticus 21:10.

From these things also it is evident that 'the filling of the hand' is a representative sign of the transmission and the reception of Divine Truth emanating from the Lord's Divine Good in the heavens, for it says 'who has filled his hand', not who has had his hand filled. It also says that he has filled his hand 'to wear the garments', for by Aaron and the anointing of him the Lord in respect of Divine Good is represented, and by his garments the same as is represented by 'the filling of the hand', namely Divine Truth emanating from the Lord's Divine Good. For this representation of 'the garments', see 9814. The dispersion of that Truth is meant by 'ripping apart the seams of garments', and the dispersion of Divine Good in the heavens by 'shaving the head'.

[8] Since the inflowing and transmission of Divine Truth from the Lord, and the reception of it in the heavens, is meant by 'the filling of the hand', purification from evils and falsities is also meant by it. For to the extent that man or angel is purified from them he receives Divine Truth from the Lord. 'Filling the hand' is meant in this sense by the following words in Moses,

The sons of Levi struck down from the people three thousand men. And Moses said, Fill your hand today to Jehovah, so that He may bestow a blessing on you today. Exodus 32:28-29.

In the spiritual sense being blessed means being endowed with the good of love and faith, thus receiving what is Divine emanating from the Lord, 2846, 3017, 3406, 4981, 6091, 6099, 8939. The expression 'filling after Jehovah' 1 is also used in Moses, by which acting in accord with Divine Truth, and thus also the reception of it, is meant,

Another Spirit has been with Caleb, and he has filled after Jehovah. Numbers 14:24; Deuteronomy 1:36.

And in another place,

Jehovah has sworn, saying, Surely none of the men who are twenty years old and over 2 will see the land which I swore to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, because they have not filled after Me, except Caleb and Joshua, who have filled after Jehovah. Numbers 32:11-12.

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Footnotes:

1. This Hebrew phrase is thought to suggest more than the words themselves actually express, i.e. it is a pregnant phrase for to go after with full commitment

2. literally, the men, from the son of twenty years and over,

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(Odkazy: Exodus 29:22)

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Arcana Coelestia 10082, 10088, 10094, 10104, 10110, 10114, 10128, 10130, 10186, 10331, 10493

Heaven and Hell 86

The Last Judgment 39

The New Jerusalem and its Heavenly Doctrine 35, 47, 185, 186, 304


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Apocalypse Explained 28, 918


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