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Genesis 8

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1 Or Iddio si ricordò di Noè, di tutti gli animali e di tutto il bestiame ch’era con lui nell’arca; e Dio fece passare un vento sulla terra, e le acque si calmarono;

2 le fonti dell’abisso e le cateratte del cielo furono chiuse, e cessò la pioggia dal cielo;

3 le acque andarono del continuo ritirandosi di sulla terra, e alla fine di centocinquanta giorni cominciarono a scemare.

4 E nel settimo mese, il decimosettimo giorno del mese, l’arca si fermò sulle montagne di Ararat.

5 E le acque andarono scemando fino al decimo mese. Nel decimo mese, il primo giorno del mese, apparvero le vette dei monti.

6 E in capo a quaranta giorni, Noè apri la finestra che avea fatta nell’arca,

7 e mandò fuori il corvo, il quale uscì, andando e tornando, finché le acque furono asciugate sulla terra.

8 Poi mandò fuori la colomba, per vedere se le acque fossero diminuite sulla superficie della terra.

9 Ma la colomba non trovò dove posar la pianta del suo piede, e tornò a lui nell’arca, perché c’eran delle acque sulla superficie di tutta la terra; ed egli stese la mano, la prese, e la portò con sé dentro l’arca.

10 E aspettò altri sette giorni, poi mandò di nuovo la colomba fuori dell’arca.

11 E la colomba tornò a lui, verso sera; ed ecco, essa aveva nel becco una foglia fresca d’ulivo; onde Noè capì che le acque erano scemate sopra la terra.

12 E aspettò altri sette giorni, poi mandò fuori la colomba; ma essa non tornò più a lui.

13 L’anno secentesimoprimo di Noè, il primo mese, il primo giorno del mese, le acque erano asciugate sulla terra; e Noè scoperchiò l’arca, guardò, ed ecco che la superficie del suolo era asciutta.

14 E il secondo mese, il ventisettesimo giorno del mese, la terra era asciutta.

15 E Dio parlò a Noè, dicendo:

16 "Esci dall’arca tu e la tua moglie, i tuoi figliuoli e le mogli dei tuoi figliuoli con te.

17 Fa’ uscire con te tutti gli animali che sono teco, d’ogni carne: uccelli, bestiame, e tutti i rettili che strisciano sulla terra, perché abbondino sulla terra, e figlino e moltiplichino sulla terra".

18 E Noè uscì con i suoi figliuoli, con la sua moglie, e con le mogli dei suoi figliuoli.

19 Tutti gli animali, tutti i rettili, tutti gli uccelli, tutto quel che si muove sulla terra, secondo le loro famiglie, uscirono dall’arca.

20 E Noè edificò un altare all’Eterno; prese d’ogni specie d’animali puri e d’ogni specie d’uccelli puri, e offrì olocausti sull’altare.

21 E l’Eterno sentì un odor soave; e l’Eterno disse in cuor suo: "Io non maledirò più la terra a cagione dell’uomo, poiché i disegni del cuor dell’uomo sono malvagi fin dalla sua fanciullezza; e non colpirò più ogni cosa vivente, come ho fatto.

22 Finché la terra durerà, sementa e raccolta, freddo e caldo, estate e inverno, giorno e notte, non cesseranno mai".

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Iddio
The Lord is love itself, expressed in the form of wisdom itself. Love, then, is His essence, His inmost. Wisdom - the loving understanding of...

Noè
'Noah,' as in Genesis 5:29, signifies the ancient church, or the parent of the three churches after the flood.

giorno
"Day" describes a state in which we are turned toward the Lord, and are receiving light (which is truth) and heat (which is a desire...

quaranta
'Forty' means completeness because 'four' means what is complete, as does 'ten.' Forty is the product of four and ten. Compound numbers have a meaning...

finestra
'Window' signifies truth in the light.

colomba
'A turtle dove' and 'young pigeon,' as in Genesis 15:9, represents exterior and interior spiritual things.

delle acque
'Waters' signify truths in the natural self, and in the opposite sense, falsities. 'Waters' signify particularly the spiritual parts of a person, or the intellectual...

sera
Since the light and warmth of the sun represent the Lord’s wisdom and love, it makes sense that evening, a time when the light and...

foglia
'Leaves' symbolize rational truths because a tree symbolizes a person, and every part of the tree symbolizes accordant elements in the person.

rettili
Creeping things (Gen. 6:7) signifies pleasures as well cor­poreal as sensual. Creeping things, in a proper sense, are what were the vilest of all which...

altare
The first altar mentioned in the Word was built by Noah after he came out of the ark. On that altar, he sacrificed clean animals...

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The first altar mentioned in the Word was built by Noah after he came out of the ark. On that altar, he sacrificed clean animals to the Lord. Mountains represent the Lord becase they are high, and we must raise our thoughts above worldly things when "talking" with the Lord. An altar is a small artificial mountain but when used in worship can call to mind this raising of thought, and the fire and smoke is sent up which symbolically is sent to the Lord. Most altars were made from unhewn stones. Stones represent truths and stones that have not been shaped by men represent truths from the Word, truths that have not been adulterated. The clean beasts represent good things, charitable acts done because they are right, and the clean birds represent thoughts about doctrine and actions, and about what is right. So presenting these things is an acknowledgment that we have them from the Lord, and thank Him for them.

In the Israelitish Tabernacle, the Altar of burnt offering represented the acknowledgment of good and the altar of incense that of truth. For this reason this larger altar, which was outside by the door, was made of brass which signifies natural good, and the altar of incense was made of gold which signifies love to the Lord from whom comes truth.

(Odkazy: Arcana Coelestia 921, 1298, Arcana Coelestia 1298 [2], [3], 10177)


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