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Moshe was a prophet like no other, His calling was from the highest source. Moshes state of cleanliness and or
purity raised him to know HaShem


Olah which means, that which goes up; relates to the burnt offering which was consumed on the altar and so
went completely to God. Our offerings to completely serve the creation in line with the Torah, science, the laws of
nature in a non religious way are the best we can do. This is for the poor and the rich. The bull relates to the
most we can to do to serve. Without blemish is to do it with the most heartfelt of intentions to do good....to do it
for Torah's sake and so lower our ego...removing ourselves leads quickly to idolatry

  • 1:3 “If his offering is a burnt offering from the herd, he shall offer a male without blemish. He shall bring it
    to the entrance of the tent of meeting, that he may be accepted before the Lord

Minchah or meal offering can be the best a person can give to HaShem...if they are starving then HaShem is
even satisfied that they acknowledge him as creator

  • 2:4 “When you bring a grain offering baked in the oven as an offering, it shall be unleavened loaves of
    fine flour mixed with oil or unleavened wafers smeared with oil. 5 And if your offering is a grain offering
    baked on a griddle, it shall be of fine flour unleavened, mixed with oil. 6 You shall break it in pieces and
    pour oil on it; it is a grain offering. 7 And if your offering is a grain offering cooked in a pan, it shall be
    made of fine flour with oil. 8 And you shall bring the grain offering that is made of these things to the
    Lord, and when it is presented to the priest, he shall bring it to the altar

The Levites and priesthood were not paid and so certain offerings or parts of it went to them. The temple service
is to bring people to what is appropriate ...Man having fallen to evil application and systems of barbaric worship.
Learning to be sparing and proper before the creation and what we can be clean and purer with is assisted in
the teachings of the Torah. HaShem  says to not use certain things and this is the way to do it....it is pleasing to
him that we do the best things

  • 2:9 And the priest shall take from the grain offering its memorial portion and burn this on the altar, a food
    offering with a pleasing aroma to the Lord. 10 But the rest of the grain offering shall be for Aaron and his
    sons; it is a most holy part of the Lord's food offerings

G-d HaShem does not want sacrifice for Himself: mankind had degenerated to many evils when the Torah
was given at the time of the Egyptian redemption. The Torah was a light given to teach what had bearing, and
what was evil practice. Sacrifice was not needed to satisfy HaShem, but rather a way of removing people from
evil towards themselves and to others...by offering minimal sacrifice from previous pagan sacrifice in order to
bring people back to the Almighty and safety. HaShem wants us to seek knowledge of who he is through Torah
study and keeping the festivals

The Minchah or meal offering can be prepared in different ways. Here in a pan, is partially burnt on the altar and
partially shared with the priests

  • 2:7 And if your offering is a grain offering cooked in a pan, it shall be made of fine flour with oil. 8 And you
    shall bring the grain offering that is made of these things to the Lord, and when it is presented to the
    priest, he shall bring it to the altar. 9 And the priest shall take from the grain offering its memorial portion
    and burn this on the altar, a food offering with a pleasing aroma to the Lord. 10 But the rest of the grain
    offering shall be for Aaron and his sons; it is a most holy part of the Lord's food offerings

Again HaShem forbids certain offerings that seem really obscure. Proceeding with the premise that the Torah
was counseling men after their pagan servitude in Egypt, then Pagan rituals did include the offering of honey.
Black magic spells and the like were sealed with an offering of honey

  • 2:11 “No grain offering that you bring to the Lord shall be made with leaven, for you shall burn no leaven
    nor any honey as a food offering to the Lord. 12 As an offering of first fruits you may bring them to the
    Lord, but they shall not be offered on the altar for a pleasing aroma
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  • 1:1  The Lord called Moshe and spoke to him from
    the tent of meeting, saying, 2 “Speak to the people of
    Israel (prevailing strength) and say to them, When
    any one of you brings an offering to the Lord, you
    shall bring your offering of livestock from the herd or
    from the flock.
Salt preserves: salt is equated to the covenant. Whatever happens any aspect of the Torah in itself
is not acceptable but rather all teachings

  • 2:13 You shall season all your grain offerings with salt. You shall not let the salt of the
    covenant with your God be missing from your grain offering; with all your offerings you shall
    offer salt.

Shelamim "Peace Offerings": this Hebrew word has the same root as Shalom...peace. This
offering seems somewhat difficult understand and more obscure in its truest meaning. Here
maybe the person is feeling very at one with life and then brings himself further to HaShem in
thanks and reverence for all that he has blessed the person with

  • 3:3 “If his offering is a sacrifice of peace offering, if he offers an animal from the herd, male
    or female, he shall offer it without blemish before the Lord.

  • 3:9 Then from the sacrifice of the peace offering he shall offer as a food offering to the Lord
    its fat; he shall remove the whole fat tail, cut off close to the backbone, and the fat that covers
    the entrails and all the fat that is on the entrails 10 and the two kidneys with the fat that is on
    them at the loins and the long lobe of the liver that he shall remove with the kidneys. 11 And
    the priest shall burn it on the altar as a food offering to the Lord

Fat: The Torah teaches against consumption of fat from the internal organs such as the kidneys,
liver and entrails. The concluding passage from chapter 3 states that it is all fat that is to burnt to
HaShem...not eaten at all. Currently the world is gripped by an evil administration where the
western leaders are engaged in satanism, pedophilia and all and any practices such as drinking
blood and human and all perverse sacrifices

  • 3:16 And the priest shall burn them on the altar as a food offering with a pleasing aroma. All
    fat is the Lord's. 17 It shall be a statute forever throughout your generations, in all your
    dwelling places, that you eat neither fat nor blood.”



  • Lev 5:1 “If anyone sins in that he hears a public adjuration to testify, and though he is a
    witness, whether he has seen or come to know the matter, yet does not speak, he shall
    bear his iniquity; 2 or if anyone touches an unclean thing, whether a carcass of an unclean
    wild animal or a carcass of unclean livestock or a carcass of unclean swarming things, and
    it is hidden from him and he has become unclean, and he realizes his guilt; 3 or if he
    touches human uncleanness, of whatever sort the uncleanness may be with which one
    becomes unclean, and it is hidden from him, when he comes to know it, and realizes his
    guilt; 4 or if anyone utters with his lips a rash oath to do evil or to do good, any sort of rash
    oath that people swear, and it is hidden from him, when he comes to know it, and he
    realizes his guilt in any of these; 5 when he realizes his guilt in any of these and confesses
    the sin he has committed, 6 he shall bring to the Lord as his compensation for the sin that
    he has committed, a female from the flock, a lamb or a goat, for a sin offering. And the priest
    shall make atonement for him for his sin.



Korban: means offering, which for us is to seek proximity to G-d HaShem through knowledge,
Torah study and keeping the Mo'eds...appointed times and festivals, living with nature, cultivating
the land properly and seeking the flow of the universe. To get into the flow of all things truthful and
good

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century CE)..Rabbi
Chananya Ben Tradyon,
one of the "Ten
Martyrs"  was
discovered by The
Romans teaching the
then wrapped him in a
Torah scroll, piled
bundles of twigs around
him, and before setting
him afire they placed
damp woolen cloths on
of being burned to death.
As the flames engulfed
him, his disciples asked
him, "Master, what do
you see?" Rabbi
Chananya replied: "I see
a scroll burning, but the
letters flying up to
Heaven."
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