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Aaron, his sons and descendants were to be the bloodline and Kohen Kadol...the High Priesthood
for HaShem and the commandments throughout the ages (Lev 7:35-36). Aaron  two other sons as
are all their descendants priests

  • Lev 10:12 Moses spoke to Aaron and his two remaining sons, Eleazar and Ithamar; Take
    the meal offering that is left over from the Lord's offerings by fire and eat it unleavened
    beside the altar, for it is most holy  

Aaron was Moshe's elder brother and appointed his right hand man back in Exodus 3. Aaron was to
be the High Priest and Moshe remained the prophet of HaShem. The pressures and responsibility
that was on Moshe and Aaron to get it right were immense. However as we saw those who likewise
accepted the various roles also had to be responsible and follow precisely any instruction given

  • Lev 10:16 Now Moses diligently inquired about the goat of the sin offering, and behold, it
    was burned up! And he was angry with Eleazar and Ithamar, the surviving sons of Aaron,
    saying, 17  “Why have you not eaten the sin offering in the place of the sanctuary, since it is a
    thing most holy and has been given to you that you may bear the iniquity of the congregation,
    to make atonement for them before the Lord? 18 Behold, its blood was not brought into the
    inner part of the sanctuary. You certainly ought to have eaten it in the sanctuary, as I
    commanded.”

Aaron also new the Torah and ordinances and was being taught by HaShem through Moshe. As the
High Priest it was also his responsibility to assist his great brother. Moshe had forgotten a certain
command and his brother pointed out his over sight. Aaron as high priest could make the offering,
also stating he ate little because was indeed still at a loss concerning his two dead sons

  • Lev 10:19 And Aaron said to Moses, “Behold, today they have offered their sin offering and
    their burnt offering before the Lord, and yet such things as these have happened to me! If I
    had eaten the sin offering today, would the Lord have approved?” 20 And when Moses heard
    that, he approved.

Biblical Deitry Lev 11: During the creation mankind was created In a different way from all other of
the living souls and life forces. ; from the dust of the earth in the image of God then this is the way to
do it....follow Torah ordinances. To be holy and clean and healthy, biblically requires also the
following deitry laws. These also affect the animal kingdom so man is required to keep in balance
the eco system by eating as such. It is clearly not just about man. HaShem knows what is the way
to proceed with this and so it is listed. Satan and all who follow will curse all that is written in Torah...
Rome, masons, Christians and all that bow to falsehoods. Why then do we ask does the Torah
state what is "unclean and clean" to eat. We were created with the ability to cast out the evil
inclination (Yetzer Harah), to choose in other words the divine moral code (Torah) HaShem
provided for our hearts....In his image. The Torah teaches that it is forbidden and unclean to eat
blood and fat, they are to be a burnt offering, meaning that we rebuke them and so make our
offering to HaShem which is pleasing before G-d Almighty. It seemed determined then that unclean
means disgusting and unhealthy for us to partake of

  • Lev 11:1 The Lord spoke to Moshe and Aaron 2 Speak to the Israelite people thus: these are
    the creatures that you may eat from among all the land animals 3 any animal that has true
    hoofs, and that chews the cud--such you may eat

The clean animals above are described but not named. The unclean are named and listed.
However, in Deut 14 when the laws of eating are again listed, the clean animals that are good to eat
are listed

  • Lev 11:4 Nevertheless, among those that chew the cud or part the hoof, you shall not eat
    these: The camel, because it chews the cud but does not part the hoof, is unclean to you. 5
    And the rock badger, because it chews the cud but does not part the hoof, is unclean to you.
    6 And the hare, because it chews the cud but does not part the hoof, is unclean to you. 7 And
    the pig, because it parts the hoof and is cloven-footed but does not chew the cud, is unclean
    to you. 8 You shall not eat any of their flesh, and you shall not touch their carcasses; they are
    unclean to you

Chapter 11 categorizes the animals that are clean and unclean. Not only to eat but to touch. The
written Torah also teaches the variables that help define exactly what is clean and unclean.
Touching the carcass of such an animal is unclean and requires they remove their clothes and be
unclean until evening

  • Lev 11:24 “And by these you shall become unclean. Whoever touches their carcass shall be
    unclean until the evening, 25 and whoever carries any part of their carcass shall wash his
    clothes and be unclean until the evening. 26 Every animal that parts the hoof but is not
    cloven-footed or does not chew the cud is unclean to you. Everyone who touches them shall
    be unclean 27 And all that walk on their paws, among the animals that go on all fours, are
    unclean to you. Whoever touches their carcass shall be unclean until the evening, 28 and he
    who carries their carcass shall wash his clothes and be unclean until the evening; they are
    unclean to you.

Be Holy for I am Holy (Lev 11;44)

  • 44 For I am the Lord your God. Consecrate yourselves therefore, and be holy, for I am holy.
    You shall not defile yourselves with any swarming thing that crawls on the ground.

Accepting the Torah is mans completeness on earth. Ha-Shem sanctified and made Holy the
creation. HaShem blessed mankind with the Torah of Moshe in order for us to aspire to Holiness
through the observance of ordinances written in the Torah. To choose his teachings as to what to
eat are a part of being Holy and clean. Our daily intake reflects ourselves being energy cells and so
linked with the cycles of nature. What we eat is linked to nature and our higher calling. The DNA
needs cleaning and this is how to...or partly how to

  • 11:45  For I am the Lord who brought you up out of the land of Egypt to be your God. You
    shall therefore be holy, for I am holy. 46 This is the Torat (teachings) about beast and bird
    and every living creature that moves through the waters and every creature that swarms on
    the ground, 47  to make a distinction between the unclean and the clean and between the
    living creature that may be eaten and the living creature that may not be eaten

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Baruch Ha-Shem
Shemini "Eighth"....After the tumult of Sinai and construction of the tabernacle the people are ready for the first day
of priestly and sacrificial service. It was almost a year since the Exodus from Egypt. It took seven days to prepare
and go through dress rehearsals and now on the eighth day, the 1st day of the first month, Aviv (spring) all was
ready. The seven days of preparation and now the beginning of a new period. It now proved to be just as traumatic
concerning one of the most discussed and deliberated areas of the Torah, the death of Aaron's sons Nadab and
Abihu. It was also Aaron's first service as High Priest and their appeared to be little room for error regarding
following HaShem's instructions. It is curious to note that Aaron was stood alongside the Torah of Moshe and
followed the instructions accordingly; Aaron lowered his ego. Therefore the blessing had to have had supreme
importance and to have been done according to the instructions given to Moshe' by HaShem. What is contained in
the levitical teachings concerning the creation? Fire is the element that haShem manifests his glory with, and here
at the pinnacle of his tabernacle on earth, a divine fire is put forth and not a man made one

  • Lev 9:22 Aaron lifted his hand towards the people and blessed them and then he came down after
    sacrificing the sin offering, the burnt offering, and the fellowship offering. 23 Moses and Aaron then entered
    the tent of meeting. When they came out, they blessed the people, and the glory of the LORD appeared to all
    the people. 24 Fire came from the LORD and consumed the burnt offering and the fat portions on the altar.
    And when all the people saw it, they shouted and fell face down on the ground.

Aaron's sons death: The lighting of the Altar seems to have been achieved by a divine manifestation as well as the
consummation of the offerings. What follows is quite amazing...Nadab and Abihu, two of Aaron's sons offered a
service that was not instructed or commanded by HaShem. The fire or flame that was in the Holy of Holies came
out and consumed them. If they offered fire and incense not written in Torah then they may have committed idolatry
literally before the divine presence. Although the two boys had been doing as instructed by Moshe and Aaron up
until now, they went their own way and not with the offerings that Moshe and the community had been following in
the written Torah. The importance of our offerings are most striking in this Torah teaching

  • Lev 10:1 Now Aaron's sons Nadab and Abihu each took his fire pan, put forth fire in it, and laid incense on it;
    and they offered before the Lord alien fire, which he had not enjoined upon them 2 And fire came forth from
    the Lord and consumed them; thus they died at the instance of the Lord

Those most skilled in the Torah and closest to HaShem need to think clearly. Also HaShem is a G-d of justice for
everyman

  • Lev 10:3 "Through those near me I show myself Holy, And gain glory before all the people"

As a Torah Scholar then that is exactly what you are...around the Arc of the Covenant and no matter where you are
or how distant from everything that you may seem, HaShem knows your heart and your ways. If Nadab and Abihu
were righteous why did HaShem consume them with fire for acts that were against his commands at their first
priestly service? Each person has follow the written ordinances and or Mitzvahs (commands). The priests were to
carry on and not mourn at this point

  • Lev 10:6 And Moses said to Aaron and to Eleazar and Ithamar his sons, “Do not let the hair of your heads
    hang loose, and do not tear your clothes, lest you die, and wrath come upon all the congregation; but let
    your brothers, the whole house of Israel, bewail the burning that the Lord has kindled. 7  And do not go
    outside the entrance of the tent of meeting, lest you die, for the anointing oil of the Lord is upon you.” And
    they did according to the word of Moses

Wine and Alcohol: Could it be that Aaron's sons had been drinking and infused their hearts with spirit as is often
the case. The need for complete awareness when engaged as Torah scholars is critical. Talking Torah requires
reverence to HaShem. This is not to say alcohol is completely forbidden, there is time and place for everything. To
gather round the Torah scroll and talk the truth requires sobriety. To enter the tent of meeting...to seek proximity to
the Torah is not a play toy...one must make their offering in a heartfelt way. Ha-Shem will decide if the offering is
true or otherwise

  • 10:9 “Drink no wine or strong drink, you or your sons with you, when you go into the tent of meeting, lest you
    die. It shall be a statute forever throughout your generations. 10 You are to distinguish between the holy and
    the common, and between the unclean and the clean, 11 and you are to teach the people of Israel all the
    statutes that the Lord has spoken to them by Moses.”
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