Ezechiel 24

Latin: Vulgata Clementina         

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1 Et factum est verbum Domini ad me in anno nono, in mense decimo, decima die mensis, dicens :

2 Fili hominis, scribe tibi nomen diei hujus, in qua confirmatus est rex Babylonis adversum Jerusalem hodie.

3 Et dices per proverbium ad domum irritatricem parabolam, et loqueris ad eos : Hæc dicit Dominus Deus : Pone ollam ; pone, inquam, et mitte in eam aquam.

4 Congere frusta ejus in eam, omnem partem bonam, femur et armum, electa et ossibus plena.

5 Pinguissimum pecus assume, compone quoque strues ossium sub ea : efferbuit coctio ejus, et discocta sunt ossa illius in medio ejus.

6 Propterea hæc dicit Dominus Deus : Væ civitati sanguinum, ollæ cujus rubigo in ea est, et rubigo ejus non exivit de ea ! Per partes et per partes suas ejice eam : non cecidit super eam sors.

7 Sanguis enim ejus in medio ejus est, super limpidissimam petram effudit illum : et effudit illum super terram, et possit operiri pulvere.

8 Ut superinducerem indignationem meam, et vindicta ulciscerer, dedi sanguinem ejus super petram limpidissimam, ne operiretur.

9 Propterea hæc dicit Dominus Deus : Væ civitati sanguinum, cujus ego grandem faciam pyram !

10 Congere ossa, quæ igne succendam : consumentur carnes, et coquetur universa compositio, et ossa tabescent.

11 Pone quoque eam super prunas vacuam, ut incalescat, et liquefiat æs ejus, et confletur in medio ejus inquinamentum ejus, et consumatur rubigo ejus.

12 Multo labore sudatum est, et non exivit de ea nimia rubigo ejus, neque per ignem.

13 Immunditia tua execrabilis, quia mundare te volui, et non es mundata a sordibus tuis : sed nec mundaberis prius, donec quiescere faciam indignationem meam in te.

14 Ego Dominus locutus sum : veniet, et faciam : non transeam, nec parcam, nec placabor : juxta vias tuas, et juxta adinventiones tuas judicabo te, dicit Dominus.

15 Et factum est verbum Domini ad me, dicens :

16 Fili hominis, ecce ego tollo a te desiderabile oculorum tuorum in plaga : et non planges, neque plorabis, neque fluent lacrimæ tuæ.

17 Ingemisce tacens : mortuorum luctum non facies : corona tua circumligata sit tibi, et calceamenta tua erunt in pedibus tuis : nec amictu ora velabis, nec cibos lugentium comedes.

18 Locutus sum ergo ad populum mane, et mortua est uxor mea vespere : fecique mane sicut præceperat mihi.

19 Et dixit ad me populus : Quare non indicas nobis quid ista significent quæ tu facis ?

20 Et dixi ad eos : Sermo Domini factus est ad me, dicens :

21 Loquere domui Israël : Hæc dicit Dominus Deus : Ecce ego polluam sanctuarium meum, superbiam imperii vestri, et desiderabile oculorum vestrorum, et super quo pavet anima vestra : filii vestri, et filiæ vestræ, quas reliquistis, gladio cadent.

22 Et facietis sicut feci : ora amictu non velabitis, et cibos lugentium non comedetis :

23 coronas habebitis in capitibus vestris, et calceamenta in pedibus : non plangetis, neque flebitis, sed tabescetis in iniquitatibus vestris, et unusquisque gemet ad fratrem suum.

24 Eritque Ezechiel vobis in portentum : juxta omnia quæ fecit, facietis cum venerit istud : et scietis quia ego Dominus Deus.

25 Et tu, fili hominis, ecce in die qua tollam ab eis fortitudinem eorum, et gaudium dignitatis, et desiderium oculorum eorum, super quo requiescunt animæ eorum, filios et filias eorum :

26 in die illa, cum venerit fugiens ad te ut annuntiet tibi :

27 in die, inquam illa, aperietur os tuum cum eo qui fugit : et loqueris, et non silebis ultra : erisque eis in portentum, et scietis quia ego Dominus.

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Hlavní výklad ze Swedenborgových prací:

Librorum Propheticorum et Psalmorum Davidis 147

Další odkazy Swedenborga k této kapitole:

Arcana Coelestia 3812, 4744, 7844, 8408, 9229, 9479, 10105, ...

Apocalypsis Revelata 704, 759

Doctrina Novae Hierosolymae de Domino 4, 28

References from Swedenborg's unpublished works:

Apocalypsis Explicata 411, 724

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Meeting of three kings in Potsdam and Charlottenburg, 1709, by Samuel Theodor Gericke

The human mind is composed of two parts, a will and an understanding, a seat of loves and affections, and a seat of wisdom and knowledge. In the Bible, kings represent things in the understanding: true things by those kingdoms that are good or friendly; false things (that are taken to be true) by bad or unfriendly ones.  

The land of Canaan  represents the internal mind, where thoughts about good and evil, life, God and heaven take place. In the highest sense it represents heaven itself, and the three kings of the united kingdom of Israel in that land - Saul, David, and Solomon - represent the Divine truth of the the Bible as it is understood in its literal, its internal spiritual, and its inmost celestial senses, respectively.


To a person who has been operating in life pretty much as he or she pleases, the idea of a king of truth ruling in ones life can seem oppressive, just as Samuel described. But to the person who has accepted the need for spiritual regeneration, while this rule of truth may sometimes feel difficult, it is accepted as necessary. They acknowledge the Lord, as He reveals Himself in the Bible, as their King. At first this King may seem moody or ineffectual, as was Saul, but as the person works at understanding truth and putting it into effect in life, the King becomes more powerful and pleasing - represented by David. And in the end, the King is seen to be wise, as was Solomon.


The nations and tribes around Canaan, from Egypt to Babylon, or the Nile to the Euphrates, represent areas of the external mind that sometimes are allied to the internal, and sometimes at war with it. The kings of these nations all represent truth, or at least ideas they believe to be true and operates as truth for them, even if it is false.

(Odkazy: Arcana Coelestia 1728, 5068; The Apocalypse Explained 31 [1,3,7])