Leviticus 14:45

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Dec 20, 2009, 1:19:32 AM12/20/09
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I ask you! How is it possible that thousands of years ago there was
written instruction and laws that mandated the remediation of mold,
and today with all the advanced scientific knowledge, that people are
being forced to suffer and be exposed to mold insides their homes,
places of employment, and in schools? Back when this was written,
there were no high-powered microscopes, PCR DNA testing, large medical
universities, etc. It mazes me that there is such debate and so called
lack of consensus on what to do. This begs the question. How evolved
are we? Why are we allowing the corrupt forces get away with this?
They are actually trying to tell us metaphorically speaking that 2 + 2
= 5. It is very simple. Mold is very dangerous, it causes catastrophic
illness and it cannot be allowed to grow indoors. If they new this
thousands of years ago, why are we letting them get away with debating
this now. All should write their elected officials, tell it to their
doctors repeatedly, and contact every news station to get this
corruption and absurdity exposed. This posting is should not be
construed as to be part of a religious agenda nor is it suggestive as
an accurate representation of my personal beliefs, as to whether I am
religious or not. This posting is just meant to bring to everyone’s
attention the sad an awful truth that greed and corruption are the
real diseases that are causing so many to fall and remain ill.

Cleansing From Defiling Molds

33 The LORD said to Moses and Aaron, 34 "When you enter the land of
Canaan, which I am giving you as your possession, and I put a
spreading mold in a house in that land, 35 the owner of the house must
go and tell the priest, 'I have seen something that looks like a
defiling mold in my house.' 36 The priest is to order the house to be
emptied before he goes in to examine the mold, so that nothing in the
house will be pronounced unclean. After this the priest is to go in
and inspect the house. 37 He is to examine the mold on the walls, and
if it has greenish or reddish depressions that appear to be deeper
than the surface of the wall, 38 the priest shall go out the doorway
of the house and close it up for seven days. 39 On the seventh day the
priest shall return to inspect the house. If the mold has spread on
the walls, 40 he is to order that the contaminated stones be torn out
and thrown into an unclean place outside the town. 41 He must have all
the inside walls of the house scraped and the material that is scraped
off dumped into an unclean place outside the town. 42 Then they are to
take other stones to replace these and take new clay and plaster the
house. 43 "If the defiling mold reappears in the house after the
stones have been torn out and the house scraped and plastered, 44 the
priest is to go and examine it and, if the mold has spread in the
house, it is a persistent defiling mold; the house is unclean. 45 It
must be torn down--its stones, timbers and all the plaster--and taken
out of the town to an unclean place. 46 "Anyone who goes into the
house while it is closed up will be unclean till evening. 47 Anyone
who sleeps or eats in the house must wash their clothes. 48 "But if
the priest comes to examine it and the mold has not spread after the
house has been plastered, he shall pronounce the house clean, because
the defiling mold is gone. 49 To purify the house he is to take two
birds and some cedar wood, scarlet yarn and hyssop. 50 He shall kill
one of the birds over fresh water in a clay pot. 51 Then he is to take
the cedar wood, the hyssop, the scarlet yarn and the live bird, dip
them into the blood of the dead bird and the fresh water, and sprinkle
the house seven times. 52 He shall purify the house with the bird's
blood, the fresh water, the live bird, the cedar wood, the hyssop and
the scarlet yarn. 53 Then he is to release the live bird in the open
fields outside the town. In this way he will make atonement for the
house, and it will be clean." 54 These are the regulations for any
defiling skin disease, for a sore, 55 for defiling molds in fabric or
in a house, 56 and for a swelling, a rash or a shiny spot, 57 to
determine when something is clean or unclean. These are the
regulations for defiling skin diseases and defiling molds.


Leviticus, Chapter 14: 39 - 47

"On the seventh day the priest shall return to inspect the house. If
the *mildew has spread on the walls, he is to order that the
contaminated stones be torn out and thrown into an unclean place
outside the town. If the *mildew reappears in the house after the
stones have been torn out and the house is scraped and plastered, it
is a destructive mildew and the house is unclean. It must be torn down
- its stones, timbers and all the plaster - and taken out of town."

Leviticus 14:45

A house desecrated by *mildew, mold, or fungus would be a defiled
place to live in, so drastic measures had to be taken.

Leviticus 13:47-50

If any clothing is contaminated with *mildew---any woolen or linen
clothing, any woven or knitted material of linen or wool, any leather
or anything made of leather---if the contamination in the clothing or
leather, or woven or knitted material, or any leather article, is
greenish or reddish, it is a spreading *mildew and must be shown to
the priest. The priest is to examine the *mildew and isolate the
affected article for seven days.

Leviticus 11:47

You must distinguish between the unclean and the clean.

* Leviticus-Technical Clarifcation

The noun tsara'at appears about two dozen times in the Hebrew Bible,
almost exclusively in Leviticus, where it is used to describe a state
of ritual defilement manifested as a scaly condition of the skin, a
condition of cloth, leather, and the walls of houses. In the
Septuagint, the Greek translation of the Hebrew Bible, negac tsara'at
was translated as aphe lepras; in the Latin Vulgate, this became plega
leprae. These words in Greek and Latin implied a condition that spread
over the body, not a term of ritual impurity. Tsara'at has continued
to be translated as "leprosy," even though this term is not
appropriate, as there was no leprosy as we know it in the Middle East
during the time period the Hebrew Bible was written. Others have
suggested that the proper translation of tsara'at is "mold." The
recent identification of a specific mold (Stachybotrys sp.) that
contaminates buildings and causes respiratory distress, memory loss,
and rash, and the fact that mold has been present for millennia, lend
support to the translation of tsara'at as "mold."

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