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1 A od porfire i skerleta i crvca načiniše haljine za službu, da se služi u svetinji; i načiniše svete haljine Aronu, kao što beše zapovedio Gospod Mojsiju.

2 Načiniše oplećak od zlata, i od porfire i od skerleta i od crvca i od tankog platna uzvedenog.

3 Istegliše listove od zlata, i isekoše žice, te izvezoše porfiru i skerlet i crvac i tanko platno vrlo vešto.

4 Poramenice mu načiniše da se sastavljaju, da se sastavlja na dva kraja svoja.

5 I pojas na oplećku izlažaše od njega i beše iste naprave, od zlata i od porfire i od skerleta i od crvca i od tankog platna uzvedenog; kao što beše zapovedio Gospod Mojsiju.

6 I ukovaše dva kamena oniha u zlato, i izrezaše na njima imena sinova Izrailjevih, kao što se režu pečati.

7 I udariše ih na poramenice od oplećka, da budu kameni za spomen sinovima Izrailjevim, kao što beše zapovedio Gospod Mojsiju.

8 I načiniše naprsnik vrlo vešte naprave kao što je naprava u oplećka, od zlata i od porfire i od skerleta i od crvca i od tankog platna uzvedenog;

9 Četvorouglast i dvostruk načiniše naprsnik, u dužinu s pedi i u širinu s pedi, dvostruk.

10 I udariše po njemu četiri reda kamenja; u prvom redu: sardoniks, topaz i smaragd;

11 A u drugom redu: karbunkul, safir i dijamant;

12 A u trećem redu: ligur, ahat i ametist;

13 A u četvrtom redu: hrisolit, onih i jaspis, sve optočeno zlatom u svojim redovima.

14 Tih kamena s imenima sinova Izrailjevih beše dvanaest prema njihovim imenima, rezani kao pečati, za dvanaest plemena, svako po svom imenu.

15 I načiniše na naprsnik lance jednake, pletene, od čistog zlata.

16 I načiniše dve kopče zlatne i dve grivne zlatne, i metnuše te dve grivne na dva kraja naprsniku,

17 I provukoše dva zlatna lanca kroz dve grivne na krajevima naprsniku,

18 A druga dva kraja od dva lanca zapeše za dve kopče, i pritvrdiše ih za poramenice na oplećku spred.

19 I načiniše još dve zlatne grivne, i metnuše ih na dva kraja naprsniku, na strani prema oplećku iznutra.

20 I načiniše još dve grivne zlatne, koje metnuše na dve poramenice na oplećku ozdo napred gde se sastavlja, više pojasa na oplećku.

21 Tako privezaše naprsnik kroz grivne na njemu i grivne na oplećku vrpcom od porfire, da stoji svrh pojasa od oplećka i da se ne razdvaja naprsnik od oplećka, kao što beše zapovedio Gospod Mojsiju.

22 I načiniše plašt pod oplećak, tkan, sav od porfire.

23 I prorez na plaštu u sredi kao prorez na oklopu, i oko proreza oplatu da se ne razdre.

24 I načiniše po skutu od plašta šipke od porfire i od skerleta i od crvca i od tankog platna uzvedenog.

25 I načiniše zvonca od čistog zlata, i metnuše zvonca među šipke, po skutu od plašta unaokolo između šipaka.

26 Zvonce pa šipak, zvonce pa šipak po skutu od plašta unaokolo, za službu, kao što beše zapovedio Gospod Mojsiju.

27 I načiniše košulje od tankog platna izmetanog Aronu i sinovima njegovim;

28 I kapu od tankog platna, i kapice kićene od tankog platna, i gaće platnene od tankog platna uzvedenog;

29 I pojas od tankog platna uzvedenog i od porfire i od skerleta i od crvca, vezen, kao što beše zapovedio Gospod Mojsiju.

30 I načiniše pločicu za sveto oglavlje od čistog zlata, i napisaše na njoj pismom kako se reže na pečatima: Svetinja Gospodu.

31 I pritvrdiše za nju vrpcu od porfire da se veže za kapu ozgo, kao što beše zapovedio Gospod Mojsiju.

32 I tako se svrši sav posao oko šatora i naslona od sastanka. I načiniše sinovi Izrailjevi sve; kako beše zapovedio Gospod Mojsiju, tako načiniše.

33 I donesoše k Mojsiju šator, naslon i sve sprave njegove, kuke, daske, prevornice, stupove i stopice,

34 I pokrivač od koža ovnujskih crvenih obojenih i pokrivač od koža jazavičijih, i zaves,

35 I kovčeg od svedočanstva i poluge za nj, i zaklopac,

36 Sto sa svim spravama, i hleb za postavljanje,

37 Svećnjak čisti, žiške njegove, žiške naređane, i sve sprave njegove, i ulje za videlo.

38 I oltar zlatni, i ulje pomazanja, i kad mirisni, i zaves na vrata od šatora.

39 Oltar bronzani i rešetku bronzanu za nj, poluge njegove i sve sprave njegove, umivaonicu i podnožje njeno,

40 Zavese za trem, stupove za njih i stopice njihove, i zaves na vrata od trema, uža njegova i kolje njegovo, i sve sprave za službu u šatoru, za šator od sastanka.

41 Haljine za službu, da se služi u svetinji, Haljine svete Aronu svešteniku i Haljine sinovima njegovim, da vrše službu svešteničku.

42 Sve kako beše zapovedio Gospod Mojsiju, onako uradiše sinovi Izrailjevi sve ovo delo.

43 I pogleda Mojsije sve to delo, i gle, načiniše ga, kao što beše zapovedio Gospod, tako ga načiniše; i blagoslovi ih Mojsije.

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safir
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dijamant
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4677. 'And he made him a tunic of various colours' means the resulting appearances of truth by which the spiritual of the natural is recognized and distinguished. This is clear from the meaning of 'a tunic' as the truth of the natural, dealt with below; and from the meaning of 'various colours' as appearances of truth by which the spiritual of the natural is recognized and distinguished. No one can know that these things are meant by 'various colours' unless he knows that colours may be seen in the next life no less than in the world - colours which are far more beautiful and various - and unless he knows the origins of those colours. Colours seen in the next life are produced by the variegation of light there and are so to speak modifications of intelligence and wisdom, for the light which is seen there is a manifestation of Divine Truth received from the Lord, that is, it is the Divine Spiritual from Him, or what amounts to the same, is Divine Intelligence and Wisdom. These two are seen as light before the eyes of angels and spirits. From this one may see what is meant by the colours being products of that light, namely different kinds and so appearances of truth that are due to varying affections for good and truth. Regarding colours in the next life, see 1042, 1043, 1053, 1624, 3993, 4530.

(:Ссылки Arcana Coelestia 1042-1043)


[2] It has been stated already in 3301 that 'a tunic' means the truth of the natural, but as this meaning was not substantiated there from other places in the Word, let these be mentioned here. Because kings in the Jewish Church represented the Lord as regards the Divine Spiritual or Divine Truth, 2015, 2069, 3009, 3670, their daughters therefore wore tunics of various colours, for 'daughters' meant affections for good and truth, and so meant Churches, 2362, 3963. The following is said of them in the second Book of Samuel,

On Tamar, David's daughter, there was a tunic of various colours, for virgin daughters of the king wore such clothes. 2 Samuel 13:18.

[3] And because high priests represented the Lord as regards the Divine

Celestial or Divine Good, Aaron therefore wore vestments which represented Divine Truth that was derived from the Lord's Divine Good; for Divine Good exists within the Lord, whereas Divine Truth proceeds from Him. This was what those vestments represented. Something similar was represented when the Lord was transfigured before Peter, James, and John, in that Divine Good was seen as the sun, and Divine Truth was manifested by means of His garments which had the appearance of light, Matthew 17:2.

[4] Regarding the vestments worn by Aaron and his sons, the following is said in Moses,

You shall make for Aaron a tunic of fine linen, and a turban of fine linen; and you shall make a girdle, the work of an embroiderer. And you shall make tunics for Aaron's sons, and you shall make girdles for them, and you shall make head-coverings for them, for glory and adornment. Exodus 28:39-40.

Each article of clothing here meant something connected with Divine Truth derived from the Lord's Divine Good, 'a tunic of fine linen' meaning specifically the Divine Spiritual. The same applies elsewhere in the same author,

You shall take the vestments, and put the tunic on Aaron, and the robe of the ephod, and the ephod, and the breastplate, and you shall clothe him with the girdle of the ephod. Then you shall cause his sons to come near, and you shall put them in tunics. Exodus 29:5, 8; 40:14.

What each article of clothing means here will in the Lord's Divine mercy be stated when those verses come up for consideration. 'Garments' in general are truths, see 297, 1073, 2576, 4545.

[5] Prophets too wore tunics, though theirs were made of hair. This was because prophets represented the Lord as regards truths of doctrine, and since truths belong to the natural or external man, their tunics were made of hair - 'hair' meaning the natural, see 3301.

[6] The fact that 'a tunic' means Divine Truth received from the Lord is evident further still from those places where a tunic is mentioned in the New Testament, as in John,

The soldiers took His garments and made four parts, a part for each soldier, and His tunic. But the tunic was without seam, woven from the top throughout. Therefore they said to one another, Let us not divide it- so that the Scripture might be fulfilled, saying They divided My garments for themselves, and for My tunic they cast lots. John 19:23-24.

Anyone reading this description supposes that it does not hold anything deeper within it than the facts that the garments were divided among the soldiers and that lots were cast for the tunic. But each detail described here represented and meant spiritually something Divine - that is to say, those two details about the garments being divided into four and about the tunic not being divided but having lots cast for it, and above all the detail about the tunic being without seam and woven from the top throughout. 'The tunic' meant the Lord's Divine Truth, which being singular - derived from Good - was represented by the tunic's being without seam and woven from the top throughout.

(:Ссылки John 20:23-24)


[7] Much the same was meant by Aaron's tunic which, as is evident in Moses, was woven or the work of a weaver,

They made tunics of fine linen, the work of a weaver, for Aaron and his sons Exodus 39:27.

Also represented by the tunic without seam was the fact that the Lord did not allow Divine Truth to be torn apart, as was done by the Jews to the lower truths of the Church.

[8] Because Divine Truth is singular - that is to say, it is derived solely from Divine Good - the twelve disciples were commanded, when they were being sent out to preach the gospel of the kingdom, not to have two tunics. This is recorded in Luke as follows,

Jesus sent the twelve disciples to preach the kingdom of God. And He said to them, Take nothing for the way, neither staves, nor bag, nor bread, nor silver, nor have two tunics each. Luke 9:2-3.

In Mark,

He charged them to take nothing for the way except a staff; not a bag, nor bread, nor bronze in the belt, but to wear sandals; and do not put on two tunics. Mark 6:8-9.

And in Matthew,

Do not possess gold, nor silver, nor bronze in your belts, nor bag for the way, nor two tunics, nor sandals, nor staves. Matthew 10:9-10.

[9] All the individual instructions given in these places are representative of the celestial and spiritual things of the Lord's kingdom which the disciples were sent to preach. The reason they were not to take gold, silver, bronze, bag, or bread with them was that those things meant different kinds of good and truth received from the Lord alone. 'Gold' means good, 113, 1551, 1552, while 'silver' means truth derived from that good, 1551, 2954; 'bronze' means natural good, 425, 1551, and 'bread' the good of love, which is heavenly good, 276, 680, 2165, 2177, 3478, 3735, 4211, 4217. 'Tunic' however and 'sandal' meant the truths with which they were to be endued, and 'staff the power of truth derived from good. For 'staff' means that power, see 4013, 4015; 'sandal' the lowest natural, 1748, here its truth; and 'tunic' interior natural truth. Now because these things had to be not twofold but singular, they were forbidden to have two staves, two pairs of sandals, or two tunics. These are the arcana contained in what the Lord commanded, but no one can possibly know about them except from the internal sense.

(:Ссылки Arcana Coelestia 1551-1552)


[10] All the detailed instructions spoken by the Lord were representative of Divine things, and consequently of the celestial and spiritual things of His kingdom. They were accordingly suited to the mental grasp of men and at the same time to the understanding of spirits and angels. Therefore the things spoken by the Lord pervaded the whole of heaven and continue to do so. From this it is also evident how valuable and important it is to know the internal sense of the Word. Without it anyone can use the Word to support whatever dogma he likes; and because this is seen to be so by those who are subject to evil, they therefore deride the Word and think it is anything but Divine.

(:Ссылки Genesis 37:3)

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Arcana Coelestia 4741, 4742, 4763, 4768, 4771, 4775, 4922, 5313, 5433, 9049, 9093, 9466, 9826, 9833, 9868, 9905

The White Horse 8

The New Jerusalem and its Heavenly Doctrine 35, 121


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Apocalypse Explained 269, 364


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