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Our Jewish Heritage - love of Moses - lost tribes - nordic Israel

Our Jewish heritage.

Chapter 10: For the love of Moses.

Individuals like myself love to glorify God, and carry his laws to heart. I wish I had the strength to practice my religion peacefully, but since this is a warzone, and bitter times, I leave my wishes with you.

Thank Heaven for Moses! Ah sacred Moses! If it were not for him, we would all be savage heathens! My point is: Once you get closer to Jesus, and the Father as a friend, you will learn to love Moses, and God`s law just as Jesus did. You are a disciple. You walk the path under master Jesus. Being a disciple means becoming like your master. It is the very meaning of this word`s original context.

Remember. Jesus says ¨I am the way, the truth, and the life.¨ But many forget the next verse. ¨Nobody comes to the Father without me.¨ The Father is the goal! He is what completes your journey! Learning to love the father means learning to love Moses. Ah. Now that we are saved through Jesus, there is even MORE joy, and love for upholding the sacred law as our hearts rejoice in salvation! In this: Masters become fathers themselves. God.

One can ask oneself what Moses would have done if he returned, and saw how we eat artificial, and gene-modified food with all the toxins like preservatives, artificial sweeteners, pesticides, etc..

Worst is the pollution of the human genome through GMO, as well as the chemicals that give us cancer which many are unaware of! Remember that the body is the temple. The temple of God. YOU are a part of God: The holy shekinah. I don`t think Moses would have been a hypocrite jew, and said it`s ok, ¨just sell it to the heathens.¨ He would have been very strict with you:


To keep yourselves holy. This also goes for diet. Please pray over, and completely abstain from eating ¨food¨ that`s bad for you:

- Gene-modified corn, and other unholy GMO that are unhealthy, unnatural, and all that damages the human genes.

- Pig. (the food they feed pigs is polluted these days. They also vaccine them.)

- Neuro-toxins, cancer causes, dangerous vaccines, and bad medicine.

- Dangereous food additives like aspartame, and unhealthy artificial sweeteners.

- Dangerous pesticides as on f.i apples.

- Also try to avoid eating, and mingling with goyim too much.

- Put up Mezuzah on the doorposts. Especially if in a battlefield. This commandment still counts.

- And keep the sabbath, and Jewish holidays, NOT the Babylonian holidays like Easter (Ishtar) , or the Roman Saturnalia (Christmas). The sabbath is Friday evening from 18.00 – 18.00 Saturday, but was originally based on the phazes of the moon.

- I tell you, but you should already know this. Stay away from unclean thoughts, sex, and bathe a lot. Take a shower, pray your daily prayers, put on a prayer-shawl, tzitzit, and learn your lesson of PURITY. You will feel A LOT better.


Both Jew, and Christian should stand for healthy organic, un-sprayed food. I think it is better to eat green and fish.

Solomon addressed the hedonistic, post-modern pitfall of this age three thousand years before our time. We believe the world needs a spiritual law, and that keeping the tradition alive is necessary. What is better than laws? If we didn`t have them: All would wonder what they were.

Remember. Jesus never says the mosaic law is undone. Although I follow replacement theology, and believe the Christians are the real Jews, there are still blessings through the Mosaic covenant, and the Abrahamic covenant. With every covenant comes a blessing, but it`s  all weighed after the heart. Some would argue that the 4 laws by Peter is according to their time alone, and that there is much we Christians have to learn from messianic Jews.

Messianic jews according to themselves

What is the difference between messianic jews, and christians in practice?

Messianic Jews observe traditional Jewish holidays such as Purim and             Chanukah, the ninth of Av and the Ten Days of Awe.

·    Messianic Jews observe the biblical feasts such as the Feasts of Trumpets, Tabernacles and Passover.

·    Messianic Jews worship on the biblical sabbath, i.e., Friday evening till Saturday.

·    Messianic Jews chant the Sh'ma, the kiddush and motzi, the Aaronic benediction, Etz Chaim, and many other parts of traditional Jewish liturgy.

·    Messianic Jews say kaddish for those who have passed on.

·    Messianic Jews cant the Torah portion in Hebrew at worship services.

·    Messianic Jews bar mitzvah their sons and bat mitzvah their daughters.

·    Messianic preaching is mainly from the Hebrew Bible (Tanakh), although references to the B'rit Chadasha (New Covenant) are not unusual.

·    Messianic Judaism emphasizes the special relationship between G-d and the Jewish people.

·    Messianic Judaism emphasizes Jewish traditions that do not conflict with the Bible.

·    Messianic Jews understand that G-d never changed the way to obtain salvation: "And Abraham believed G-d and it was credited to him [Abraham] as righteousness." The purpose of following the Torah (often mistranslated "Law", but literally, "teaching") always has been to live holy, not to obtain salvation.

·    Messianic Judaism asserts that the Torah (literally, "teaching") is still in effect (as modified by Yeshua).

·    Messianic Judaism teaches the biblical doctrine that salvation is a free gift from G-d, by faith in the atoning work of His Messiah.

·    Messianic Jews only baptize those who have accepted Messiah (no infant baptism) and baptize by immersion only (no sprinkling or pouring).


Messianic jews believe the Mosaic law is a sacred practice, but not a way to obtain salvation. They love God so much they chose to please him through observance. This is the true doctrine of Jesus, and those called. Many messianic jews keep the kosher laws even though they are not necessary to obtain salvations as Acts 10 reveals.

Matthew 5:18

For truly I tell you, until heaven and earth disappear, not the smallest letter, not the least stroke of a pen, will by any means disappear from the Law until everything is accomplished.

I generally believe that these are the Mitzvot (mosaic law) that still count in the New Covenant for messianic jews, or at least I list them. In fact: These are all the Mitzvot any (orthodox) Jew would follow. I do not follow these myself. But I guess I would have had I not been persecuted, and were free to cultivate my roots and soul. I have always sought to live a monastic life cultivating what I call ¨soil and soul¨; focusing on the afterlife. Seeking God in nature is what I love.


The 613 Mosaic Commandments (Mitzvot)


1.    To know that G-d exists (Ex. 20:2; Deut. 5:6) (CCA1). See What Do Jews Believe?.

2.    Not to entertain the idea that there is any god but the Eternal (Ex. 20:3) (CCN8). See What Do Jews Believe?.

3.    Not to blaspheme (Ex. 22:27; in Christian texts, Ex. 22:28), the penalty for which is death (Lev. 24:16) (negative).

4.    To hallow G-d's name (Lev. 22:32) (CCA5). See The Name of G-d.

5.    Not to profane G-d's name (Lev . 22:32) (CCN155). See The Name of G-d.

6.    To know that G-d is One, a complete Unity (Deut. 6:4) (CCA2). See What Do Jews Believe?.

7.    To love G-d (Deut. 6:5) (CCA3). See What Do Jews Believe?.

8.    To fear Him reverently (Deut. 6:13; 10:20) (CCA4).

9.    Not to put the word of G-d to the test (Deut. 6:16) (negative).

10. To imitate His good and upright ways (Deut. 28:9) (CCA6).


11. To honor the old and the wise (Lev. 19:32) (CCA17).

12. To learn Torah and to teach it (Deut. 6:7) (CCA14). See Torah.

13. To cleave to those who know Him (Deut. 10:20) (the Talmud states that cleaving to scholars is equivalent to cleaving to Him) (CCA16).

14. Not to add to the commandments of the Torah, whether in the Written Law or in its interpretation received by tradition (Deut. 13:1) (CCN159). See Torah.

15. Not to take away from the commandments of the Torah (Deut. 13:1) (CCN160). See Torah.

16. That every person shall write a scroll of the Torah for himself (Deut. 31:19) (CCA15). See Torah.

Signs and Symbols

17. To circumcise the male offspring (Gen. 17:12; Lev. 12:3) (CCA47) See Brit Milah: Circumcision.

18. To put tzitzit on the corners of clothing (Num. 15:38) (CCA10). See Tzitzit and Tallit.

19. To bind tefillin on the head (Deut. 6:8) (CCA9). See Tefillin. *

20. To bind tefillin on the arm (Deut. 6:8) (CCA8). See Tefillin.  *

21. To affix the mezuzah to the doorposts and gates of your house (Deut. 6:9) (CCA12). See Mezuzah.

* There is discussion over the subject of tefilin due to the correlation of Exodus 13:16, and Revelations 13:16. Regarding the beast. My personal interpretation is that it is a warning for jews not to put the faith in salvation in the law before Jesus, and that it`s Saturn worship as not to live under the law, but live Jesus; free to do the law. I personally am not a master (yet) , and do not follow the old covenant other than a slight reform judaism. I think it is a warning that judaism will become a beast system of a jewish antichrist proclaiming to be God. But that has not yet happened.

Prayer and Blessings

22. To pray to G-d (Ex. 23:25; Deut. 6:13) (according to the Talmud, the word "serve" in these verses refers to prayer) (CCA7). See Prayers and Blessings; Jewish Liturgy.

23. To read the Shema in the morning and at night (Deut. 6:7) (CCA11). See Jewish Liturgy.

24. To recite grace after meals (Deut. 8:10) (CCA13). See Birkat Ha-Mazon: Grace After Meals

25. Not to lay down a stone for worship (Lev. 26:1) (CCN161).

Love and Brotherhood

26. To love all human beings who are of the covenant (Lev. 19:18) (CCA60). See Love and Brotherhood.

27. Not to stand by idly when a human life is in danger (Lev. 19:16) (CCN82). See Love and Brotherhood.

28. Not to wrong any one in speech (Lev. 25:17) (CCN48). See Speech and Lashon Ha-Ra.

29. Not to carry tales (Lev. 19:16) (CCN77). See Speech and Lashon Ha-Ra.

30. Not to cherish hatred in one's heart (Lev. 19:17) (CCN78). See Love and Brotherhood.

31. Not to take revenge (Lev. 19:18) (CCN80).

32. Not to bear a grudge (Lev. 19:18) (CCN81).

33. Not to put any Jew to shame (Lev. 19:17) (CCN79).

34. Not to curse any other Israelite (Lev. 19:14) (by implication: if you may not curse those who cannot hear, you certainly may not curse those who can) (CCN45).

35. Not to give occasion to the simple-minded to stumble on the road (Lev. 19:14) (this includes doing anything that will cause another to sin) (CCN76).

36. To rebuke the sinner (Lev. 19:17) (CCA72).

37. To relieve a neighbor of his burden and help to unload his beast (Ex. 23:5) (CCA70). See Love and Brotherhood.

38. To assist in replacing the load upon a neighbor's beast (Deut. 22:4) (CCA71). See Love and Brotherhood.

39. Not to leave a beast, that has fallen down beneath its burden, unaided (Deut. 22:4) (CCN183). See Love and Brotherhood.

The Poor and Unfortunate

40. Not to afflict an orphan or a widow (Ex. 22:21) (CCN51).

41. Not to reap the entire field (Lev. 19:9; Lev. 23:22) (negative) (CCI6).

42. To leave the unreaped corner of the field or orchard for the poor (Lev. 19:9) (affirmative) (CCI1).

43. Not to gather gleanings (the ears that have fallen to the ground while reaping) (Lev. 19:9) (negative) (CCI7).

44. To leave the gleanings for the poor (Lev. 19:9) (affirmative) (CCI2).

45. Not to gather ol'loth (the imperfect clusters) of the vineyard (Lev. 19:10) (negative) (CCI8).

46. To leave ol'loth (the imperfect clusters) of the vineyard for the poor (Lev. 19:10; Deut. 24:21) (affirmative) (CCI3).

47. Not to gather the peret (grapes) that have fallen to the ground (Lev. 19:10) (negative) (CCI9).

48. To leave peret (the single grapes) of the vineyard for the poor (Lev. 19:10) (affirmative) (CCI4).

49. Not to return to take a forgotten sheaf (Deut. 24:19) This applies to all fruit trees (Deut. 24:20) (negative) (CC10).

50. To leave the forgotten sheaves for the poor (Deut. 24:19-20) (affirmative) (CCI5).

51. Not to refrain from maintaining a poor man and giving him what he needs (Deut. 15:7) (CCN62). See Tzedakah: Charity.

52. To give charity according to one's means (Deut. 15:11) (CCA38). See Tzedakah: Charity.

Treatment of Gentiles

53. To love the stranger (Deut. 10:19) (CCA61). See Love and Brotherhood.

54. Not to wrong the stranger in speech (Ex. 22:20) (CCN49).

55. Not to wrong the stranger in buying or selling (Ex. 22:20) (CCN50).

56. Not to intermarry with gentiles (Deut. 7:3) (CCN19). See Interfaith Marriages.

57. To exact the debt of an alien (Deut. 15:3) (affirmative).

58. To lend to an alien at interest (Deut. 23:21) According to tradition, this is mandatory (affirmative).

Marriage, Divorce and Family

59. To honor father and mother (Ex. 20:12) (CCA41).

60. Not to smite a father or a mother (Ex. 21:15) (CCN44).

61. Not to curse a father or mother (Ex. 21:17) (CCN46).

62. To reverently fear father and mother (Lev. 19:3) (CCA42).

63. To be fruitful and multiply (Gen. 1:28) (CCA43).

64. That a eunuch shall not marry a daughter of Israel (Deut. 23:2) (CCN136).

65. That a mamzer shall not marry the daughter of a Jew (Deut. 23:3) (CCN137). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children.

66. That an Ammonite or Moabite shall never marry the daughter of an Israelite (Deut. 23:4) (negative).

67. Not to exclude a descendant of Esau from the community of Israel for three generations (Deut. 23:8-9) (negative).

68. Not to exclude an Egyptian from the community of Israel for three generations (Deut. 23:8-9) (negative).

69. That there shall be no harlot (in Israel); that is, that there shall be no intercourse with a woman, without previous marriage with a deed of marriage and formal declaration of marriage (Deut. 23:18) (CCN133). See Marriage.

70. To take a wife by kiddushin, the sacrament of marriage (Deut. 24:1) (CCA44). See The Process of Marriage: Kiddushin and Nisuin.

71. That the newly married husband shall (be free) for one year to rejoice with his wife (Deut. 24:5) (affirmative).

72. That a bridegroom shall be exempt for a whole year from taking part in any public labor, such as military service, guarding the wall and similar duties (Deut. 24:5) (negative).

73. Not to withhold food, clothing or conjugal rights from a wife (Ex. 21:10) (CCN42). See The Marital Relationship.

74. That the woman suspected of adultery shall be dealt with as prescribed in the Torah (Num. 5:30) (affirmative).

75. That one who defames his wife's honor (by falsely accusing her of unchastity before marriage) must live with her all his lifetime (Deut. 22:19) (affirmative).

76. That a man may not divorce his wife concerning whom he has published an evil report (about her unchastity before marriage) (Deut. 22:19) (negative).

77. To divorce by a formal written document (Deut. 24:1) (affirmative). See The Process of Obtaining a Divorce.

78. That one who divorced his wife shall not remarry her, if after the divorce she had been married to another man (Deut. 24:4) (CCN134). See Divorce.

79. That a widow whose husband died childless must not be married to anyone but her deceased husband's brother (Deut. 25:5) (CCN135) (this is only in effect insofar as it requires the procedure of release below).

80. To marry the widow of a brother who has died childless (Deut. 25:5) (this is only in effect insofar as it requires the procedure of release below ) (CCA45).

81. That the widow formally release the brother-in-law (if he refuses to marry her) (Deut. 25:7-9) (CCA46).

Forbidden Sexual Relations

82. Not to indulge in familiarities with relatives, such as kissing, embracing, winking, skipping, which may lead to incest (Lev. 18:6) (CCN110).

83. Not to commit incest with one's mother (Lev. 18:7) (CCN112). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children.

84. Not to commit sodomy with one's father (Lev. 18:7) (CCN111).

85. Not to commit incest with one's father's wife (Lev. 18:8) (CCN113). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children.

86. Not to commit incest with one's sister (Lev. 18:9) (CCN127). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children.

87. Not to commit incest with one's father's wife's daughter (Lev. 18:11) (CCN128). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children.

88. Not to commit incest with one's son's daughter (Lev. 18:10) (CCN119) (Note: CC treats this and the next as one commandment; however, Rambam treats them as two). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children.

89. Not to commit incest with one's daughter's daughter (Lev. 18:10) (CCN119) (Note: CC treats this and the previous as one commandment; however, Rambam treats them as two). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children.

90. Not to commit incest with one's daughter (this is not explicitly in the Torah but is inferred from other explicit commands that would include it) (CCN120). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children.

91. Not to commit incest with one's fathers sister (Lev. 18:12) (CCN129). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children.

92. Not to commit incest with one's mother's sister (Lev. 18:13) (CCN130). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children.

93. Not to commit incest with one's father's brothers wife (Lev. 18:14) (CCN125). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children.

94. Not to commit sodomy with one's father's brother (Lev. 18:14) (CCN114).

95. Not to commit incest with one's son's wife (Lev. 18:15) (CCN115). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children.

96. Not to commit incest with one's brother's wife (Lev. 18:16) (CCN126). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children.

97. Not to commit incest with one's wife's daughter (Lev. 18:17) (CCN121). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children.

98. Not to commit incest with the daughter of one's wife's son (Lev. 18:17) (CCN122). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children.

99. Not to commit incest with the daughter of one's wife's daughter (Lev. 18:17) (CCN123). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children.

100.                 Not to commit incest with one's wife's sister (Lev. 18:18) (CCN131). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children.

101.                 Not to have intercourse with a woman, in her menstrual period (Lev. 18:19) (CCN132).

102.                 Not to have intercourse with another man's wife (Lev. 18:20) (CCN124).

103.                 Not to commit sodomy with a male (Lev. 18:22) (CCN116).

104.                 Not to have intercourse with a beast (Lev. 18:23) (CCN117).

105.                 That a woman shall not have intercourse with a beast (Lev. 18:23) (CCN118).

106.                 Not to castrate the male of any species; neither a man, nor a domestic or wild beast, nor a fowl (Lev. 22:24) (CCN143).

Times and Seasons

107.                 That the new month shall be solemnly proclaimed as holy, and the months and years shall be calculated by the Supreme Court only (Ex. 12:2) (affirmative) (the authority to declare months is inferred from the use of the word "unto you").

108.                 Not to travel on Shabbat outside the limits of one's place of residence (Ex. 16:29) (CCN7). See Shabbat.

109.                 To sanctify Shabbat (Ex. 20:8) (CCA19). See Shabbat.

110.                 Not to do work on Shabbat (Ex. 20:10) (CCN6). See Shabbat.

111.                 To rest on Shabbat (Ex. 23:12; 34:21) (CCA20). See Shabbat.

112.                 To celebrate the festivals [Passover, Shavu'ot and Sukkot] (Ex. 23:14) (affirmative).

113.                 To rejoice on the festivals (Deut. 16:14) (CCA21).

114.                 To appear in the Sanctuary on the festivals (Deut. 16:16) (affirmative).

115.                 To remove chametz on the Eve of Passover (Ex. 12:15) (CCA22). See Passover.

116.                 To rest on the first day of Passover (Ex. 12:16; Lev. 23:7) (CCA25). See Passover.

117.                 Not to do work on the first day of Passover (Ex. 12:16; Lev. 23:6-7) (CCN147). See Passover.

118.                 To rest on the seventh day of Passover (Ex. 12:16; Lev. 23:8) (CCA27). See Passover.

119.                 Not to do work on the seventh day of Passover (Ex. 12:16; Lev. 23:8) (CCN148). See Passover.

120.                 To eat matzah on the first night of Passover (Ex. 12:18) (CCA23). See Passover.

121.                 That no chametz be in the Israelite's possession during Passover (Ex. 12:19) (CCN3). See Passover.

122.                 Not to eat any food containing chametz on Passover (Ex. 12:20) (CCN5). See Passover.

123.                 Not to eat chametz on Passover (Ex. 13:3) (CCN4). See Passover.

124.                 That chametz shall not be seen in an Israelite's home during Passover (Ex. 13:7) (CCN2). See Passover.

125.                 To discuss the departure from Egypt on the first night of Passover (Ex. 13:8) (CCA24). See The Passover Seder.

126.                 Not to eat chametz after mid-day on the fourteenth of Nissan (Deut. 16:3) (CCN104). See Passover.

127.                 To count forty-nine days from the time of the cutting of the Omer (first sheaves of the barley harvest) (Lev. 23:15) (CCA26). See The Counting of the Omer.

128.                 To rest on Shavu'ot (Lev. 23:21) (CCA28). See Shavu'ot.

129.                 Not to do work on the Shavu'ot (Lev. 23:21) (CCN149). See Shavu'ot.

130.                 To rest on Rosh Hashanah (Lev. 23:24) (CCA29). See Rosh Hashanah.

131.                 Not to do work on Rosh Hashanah (Lev. 23:25) (CCN150). See Rosh Hashanah.

132.                 To hear the sound of the shofar on Rosh Hashanah (Num. 29:1) (CCA30). See Rosh Hashanah.

133.                 To fast on Yom Kippur (Lev. 23:27) (CCA32). See Yom Kippur.

134.                 Not to eat or drink on Yom Kippur (Lev. 23:29) (CCN152). See Yom Kippur.

135.                 Not to do work on Yom Kippur (Lev. 23:31) (CCN151). See Yom Kippur.

136.                 To rest on the Yom Kippur (Lev. 23:32) (CCA31). See Yom Kippur.

137.                 To rest on the first day of Sukkot (Lev. 23:35) (CCA34). See Sukkot.

138.                 Not to do work on the first day of Sukkot (Lev. 23:35) (CCN153). See Sukkot.

139.                 To rest on the eighth day of Sukkot (Shemini Atzeret) (Lev. 23:36) (CCA37). See Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah.

140.                 Not to do work on the eighth day of Sukkot (Shemini Atzeret) (Lev. 23:36) (CCN154). See Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah.

141.                 To take during Sukkot a palm branch and the other three plants (Lev. 23:40) (CCA36). See Sukkot.

142.                 To dwell in booths seven days during Sukkot (Lev. 23:42) (CCA35). See Sukkot.

Dietary Laws

* Acts 10 specifically says that these laws are in general done away with for jews living  under Jesus; if one has faith to do so.


143.                 To examine the marks in cattle (so as to distinguish the clean from the unclean) (Lev. 11:2) (affirmative). See Animals that may not be eaten.

144.                 Not to eat the flesh of unclean beasts (Lev. 11:4) (CCN93). See Animals that may not be eaten.

145.                 To examine the marks in fishes (so as to distinguish the clean from the unclean (Lev. 11:9) (affirmative). See Animals that may not be eaten.

146.                 Not to eat unclean fish (Lev. 11:11) (CCN95). See Animals that may not be eaten.

147.                 To examine the marks in fowl, so as to distinguish the clean from the unclean (Deut. 14:11) (affirmative). See Animals that may not be eaten.

148.                 Not to eat unclean fowl (Lev. 11:13) (CCN94). See Animals that may not be eaten.

149.                 To examine the marks in locusts, so as to distinguish the clean from the unclean (Lev. 11:21) (affirmative). See Animals that may not be eaten.

150.                 Not to eat a worm found in fruit (Lev. 11:41) (CCN98). See Animals that may not be eaten.

151.                 Not to eat of things that creep upon the earth (Lev. 11:41-42) (CCN97). See Animals that may not be eaten.

152.                 Not to eat any vermin of the earth (Lev. 11:44) (CCN100). See Animals that may not be eaten.

153.                 Not to eat things that swarm in the water (Lev. 11:43 and 46) (CCN99). See Animals that may not be eaten.

154.                 Not to eat of winged insects (Deut. 14:19) (CCN96). See Animals that may not be eaten.

155.                 Not to eat the flesh of a beast that is terefah (lit torn) (Ex. 22:30) (CCN87). See Kosher slaughtering.

156.                 Not to eat the flesh of a beast that died of itself (Deut. 14:21) (CCN86). See Kosher slaughtering.

157.                 To slay cattle, deer and fowl according to the laws of shechitah if their flesh is to be eaten (Deut. 12:21) ("as I have commanded" in this verse refers to the technique) (CCA48). See Kosher slaughtering.

158.                 Not to eat a limb removed from a living beast (Deut. 12:23) (CCN90). See Kosher slaughtering.

159.                 Not to slaughter an animal and its young on the same day (Lev. 22:28) (CCN108).

160.                 Not to take the mother-bird with the young (Deut. 22:6) (CCN189). See Treatment of Animals.

161.                 To set the mother-bird free when taking the nest (Deut. 22:6-7) (CCA74). See Treatment of Animals.

162.                 Not to eat the flesh of an ox that was condemned to be stoned (Ex. 21:28) (negative).

163.                 Not to boil meat with milk (Ex. 23:19) (CCN91). See Separation of Meat and Dairy.

164.                 Not to eat flesh with milk (Ex. 34:26) (according to the Talmud, this passage is a distinct prohibition from the one in Ex. 23:19) (CCN92). See Separation of Meat and Dairy.

165.                 Not to eat the of the thigh-vein which shrank (Gen. 32:33) (CCN1). See Forbidden Fats and Nerves.

166.                 Not to eat chelev (tallow-fat) (Lev. 7:23) (CCN88). See Forbidden Fats and Nerves.

167.                 Not to eat blood (Lev. 7:26) (CCN89). See Draining of Blood.

168.                 To cover the blood of undomesticated animals (deer, etc.) and of fowl that have been killed (Lev. 17:13) (CCA49).

169.                 Not to eat or drink like a glutton or a drunkard (not to rebel against father or mother) (Lev. 19:26; Deut. 21:20) (CCN106).

Business Practices

170.                 Not to do wrong in buying or selling (Lev. 25:14) (CCN47).

171.                 Not to make a loan to an Israelite on interest (Lev. 25:37) (CCN54).

172.                 Not to borrow on interest (Deut. 23:20) (because this would cause the lender to sin) (CCN55).

173.                 Not to take part in any usurious transaction between borrower and lender, neither as a surety, nor as a witness, nor as a writer of the bond for them (Ex. 22:24) (CCN53).

174.                 To lend to a poor person (Ex. 22:24) (even though the passage says "if you lend" it is understood as obligatory) (CCA62).

175.                 Not to demand from a poor man repayment of his debt, when the creditor knows that he cannot pay, nor press him (Ex. 22:24) (CCN52).

176.                 Not to take in pledge utensils used in preparing food (Deut. 24:6) (CCN58).

177.                 Not to exact a pledge from a debtor by force (Deut. 24:10) (CCN59).

178.                 Not to keep the pledge from its owner at the time when he needs it (Deut. 24:12) (CCN61).

179.                 To return a pledge to its owner (Deut. 24:13) (CCA63).

180.                 Not to take a pledge from a widow (Deut. 24:17) (CCN60).

181.                 Not to commit fraud in measuring (Lev. 19:35) (CCN83).

182.                 To ensure that scales and weights are correct (Lev. 19:36) (affirmative).

183.                 Not to possess inaccurate measures and weights (Deut. 25:13-14) (CCN84).

Employees, Servants and Slaves

184.                 Not to delay payment of a hired man's wages (Lev. 19:13) (CCN38).

185.                 That the hired laborer shall be permitted to eat of the produce he is reaping (Deut. 23:25-26) (CCA65).

186.                 That the hired laborer shall not take more than he can eat (Deut. 23:25) (CCN187).

187.                 That a hired laborer shall not eat produce that is not being harvested (Deut. 23:26) (CCN186).

188.                 To pay wages to the hired man at the due time (Deut. 24:15) (CCA66).

189.                 To deal judicially with the Hebrew bondman in accordance with the laws appertaining to him (Ex. 21:2-6) (affirmative).

190.                 Not to compel the Hebrew servant to do the work of a slave (Lev. 25:39) (negative).

191.                 Not to sell a Hebrew servant as a slave (Lev. 25:42) (negative).

192.                 Not to treat a Hebrew servant rigorously (Lev. 25:43) (negative).

193.                 Not to permit a gentile to treat harshly a Hebrew bondman sold to him (Lev. 25:53) (negative).

194.                 Not to send away a Hebrew bondman servant empty handed, when he is freed from service (Deut. 15:13) (negative).

195.                 To bestow liberal gifts upon the Hebrew bondsman (at the end of his term of service), and the same should be done to a Hebrew bondwoman (Deut. 15:14) (affirmative).

196.                 To redeem a Hebrew maid-servant (Ex. 21:8) (affirmative).

197.                 Not to sell a Hebrew maid-servant to another person (Ex. 21:8) (negative).

198.                 To espouse a Hebrew maid-servant (Ex. 21:8-9) (affirmative).

199.                 To keep the Canaanite slave forever (Lev. 25:46) (affirmative).

200.                 Not to surrender a slave, who has fled to the land of Israel, to his owner who lives outside Palestine (Deut. 23:16) (negative).

201.                 Not to wrong such a slave (Deut. 23:17) (negative).

202.                 Not to muzzle a beast, while it is working in produce which it can eat and enjoy (Deut. 25:4) (CCN188).

Vows, Oaths and Swearing

203.                 That a man should fulfill whatever he has uttered (Deut. 23:24) (CCA39).

204.                 Not to swear needlessly (Ex. 20:7) (CCN29).

205.                 Not to violate an oath or swear falsely (Lev. 19:12) (CCN31).

206.                 To decide in cases of annulment of vows, according to the rules set forth in the Torah (Num. 30:2-17) (CCA40).

207.                 Not to break a vow (Num. 30:3) (CCN184).

208.                 To swear by His name truly (Deut. 10:20) (affirmative).

209.                 Not to delay in fulfilling vows or bringing vowed or free-will offerings (Deut. 23:22) (CCN185).

The Sabbatical and Jubilee Years

210.                 To let the land lie fallow in the Sabbatical year (Ex. 23:11; Lev. 25:2) (affirmative) (CCI20).

211.                 To cease from tilling the land in the Sabbatical year (Ex. 23:11) (affirmative) (Lev. 25:2) (CCI21).

212.                 Not to till the ground in the Sabbatical year (Lev. 25:4) (negative) (CCI22).

213.                 Not to do any work on the trees in the Sabbatical year (Lev. 25:4) (negative) (CCI23).

214.                 Not to reap the aftermath that grows in the Sabbatical year, in the same way as it is reaped in other years (Lev. 25:5) (negative) (CCI24).

215.                 Not to gather the fruit of the tree in the Sabbatical year in the same way as it is gathered in other years (Lev. 25:5) (negative) (CCI25).

216.                 To sound the Ram's horn in the Sabbatical year (Lev. 25:9) (affirmative).

217.                 To release debts in the seventh year (Deut. 15:2) (CCA64).

218.                 Not to demand return of a loan after the Sabbatical year has passed (Deut. 15:2) (CCN57).

219.                 Not to refrain from making a loan to a poor man, because of the release of loans in the Sabbatical year (Deut. 15:9) (CCN56).

220.                 To assemble the people to hear the Torah at the close of the seventh year (Deut. 31:12) (affirmative)

221.                 To count the years of the Jubilee by years and by cycles of seven years (Lev. 25:8) (affirmative).

222.                 To keep the Jubilee year holy by resting and letting the land lie fallow (Lev. 25:10) (affirmative).

223.                 Not to cultivate the soil nor do any work on the trees, in the Jubilee Year (Lev. 25:11) (negative).

224.                 Not to reap the aftermath of the field that grew of itself in the Jubilee Year, in the same way as in other years (Lev. 25:11) (negative).

225.                 Not to gather the fruit of the tree in the Jubilee Year, in the same way as in other years (Lev. 25:11) (negative).

226.                 To grant redemption to the land in the Jubilee year (Lev. 25:24) (affirmative).

The Court and Judicial Procedure

227.                 To appoint judges and officers in every community of Israel (Deut. 16:18) (affirmative).

228.                 Not to appoint as a judge, a person who is not well versed in the laws of the Torah, even if he is expert in other branches of knowledge (Deut. 1:17) (CCN64).

229.                 To adjudicate cases of purchase and sale (Lev. 25:14) (CCA67).

230.                 To judge cases of liability of a paid depositary (Ex. 22:9) (affirmative).

231.                 To adjudicate cases of loss for which a gratuitous borrower is liable (Ex. 22:13-14) (affirmative).

232.                 To adjudicate cases of inheritances (Num. 27:8-11) (CCA73).

233.                 To judge cases of damage caused by an uncovered pit (Ex. 21:33-34) (affirmative).

234.                 To judge cases of injuries caused by beasts (Ex. 21:35-36) (affirmative).

235.                 To adjudicate cases of damage caused by trespass of cattle (Ex. 22:4) (affirmative).

236.                 To adjudicate cases of damage caused by fire (Ex. 22:5) (affirmative).

237.                 To adjudicate cases of damage caused by a gratuitous depositary (Ex. 22:6-7) (affirmative).

238.                 To adjudicate other cases between a plaintiff and a defendant (Ex. 22:8) (affirmative).

239.                 Not to curse a judge (Ex. 22:27) (CCN63).

240.                 That one who possesses evidence shall testify in Court (Lev. 5:1) (affirmative).

241.                 Not to testify falsely (Ex. 20:13) (CCN39).

242.                 That a witness, who has testified in a capital case, shall not lay down the law in that particular case (Num. 35:30) (negative).

243.                 That a transgressor shall not testify (Ex. 23:1) (CCN75).

244.                 That the court shall not accept the testimony of a close relative of the defendant in matters of capital punishment (Deut. 24:16) (CCN74).

245.                 Not to hear one of the parties to a suit in the absence of the other party (Ex. 23:1) (CCN65).

246.                 To examine witnesses thoroughly (Deut. 13:15) (affirmative).

247.                 Not to decide a case on the evidence of a single witness (Deut. 19:15) (CCN73).

248.                 To give the decision according to the majority, when there is a difference of opinion among the members of the Sanhedrin as to matters of law (Ex. 23:2) (affirmative).

249.                 Not to decide, in capital cases, according to the view of the majority, when those who are for condemnation exceed by one only, those who are for acquittal (Ex. 23:2) (negative).

250.                 That, in capital cases, one who had argued for acquittal, shall not later on argue for condemnation (Ex. 23:2) (negative).

251.                 To treat parties in a litigation with equal impartiality (Lev. 19:15) (affirmative).

252.                 Not to render iniquitous decisions (Lev. 19:15) (CCN69).

253.                 Not to favor a great man when trying a case (Lev. 19:15) (CCN70).

254.                 Not to take a bribe (Ex. 23:8) (CCN71).

255.                 Not to be afraid of a bad man, when trying a case (Deut. 1:17) (CCN72).

256.                 Not to be moved in trying a case, by the poverty of one of the parties (Ex. 23:3; Lev. 19:15) (CCN66).

257.                 Not to pervert the judgment of strangers or orphans (Deut. 24:17) (CCN68).

258.                 Not to pervert the judgment of a sinner (a person poor in fulfillment of commandments) (Ex. 23:6) (CCN67).

259.                 Not to render a decision on one's personal opinion, but only on the evidence of two witnesses, who saw what actually occurred (Ex. 23:7) (negative).

260.                 Not to execute one guilty of a capital offense, before he has stood his trial (Num. 35:12) (negative).

261.                 To accept the rulings of every Supreme Court in Israel (Deut. 17:11) (affirmative).

262.                 Not to rebel against the orders of the Court (Deut. 17:11) (CCN158).

Injuries and Damages

263.                 To make a parapet for your roof (Deut. 22:8) (CCA75). See Love and Brotherhood.

264.                 Not to leave something that might cause hurt (Deut. 22:8) (CCN190). See Love and Brotherhood.

265.                 To save the pursued even at the cost of the life of the pursuer (Deut. 25:12) (affirmative). See Life.

266.                 Not to spare a pursuer, but he is to be slain before he reaches the pursued and slays the latter, or uncovers his nakedness (Deut. 25:12) (negative).

Property and Property Rights

267.                 Not to sell a field in the land of Israel in perpetuity (Lev. 25:23) (negative).

268.                 Not to change the character of the open land (about the cities of) the Levites or of their fields; not to sell it in perpetuity, but it may be redeemed at any time (Lev. 25:34) (negative). See Levi.

269.                 That houses sold within a walled city may be redeemed within a year (Lev. 25:29) (affirmative).

270.                 Not to remove landmarks (property boundaries) (Deut. 19:14) (CCN85).

271.                 Not to swear falsely in denial of another's property rights (Lev. 19:11) (CCN30).

272.                 Not to deny falsely another's property rights (Lev. 19:11) (CCN36).

273.                 Never to settle in the land of Egypt (Deut. 17:16) (CCN192).

274.                 Not to steal personal property (Lev. 19:11) (CCN34).

275.                 To restore that which one took by robbery (Lev. 5:23) (CCA68).

276.                 To return lost property (Deut. 22:1) (CCA69).

277.                 Not to pretend not to have seen lost property, to avoid the obligation to return it (Deut. 22:3) (CCN182).

Criminal Laws

278.                 Not to slay an innocent person (Ex. 20:13) (CCN32). See Life.

279.                 Not to kidnap any person of Israel (Ex. 20:13) (according to the Talmud, this verse refers to stealing a person, distinguished from Lev. 19:11, regarding the taking of property) (CCN33).

280.                 Not to rob by violence (Lev. 19:13) (CCN35).

281.                 Not to defraud (Lev. 19:13) (CCN37).

282.                 Not to covet what belongs to another (Ex. 20:14) (CCN40).

283.                 Not to crave something that belongs to another (Deut. 5:18) (CCN41).

284.                 Not to indulge in evil thoughts and sights (Num. 15:39) (CCN156).

Punishment and Restitution

285.                 That the Court shall pass sentence of death by decapitation with the sword (Ex. 21:20; Lev. 26:25) (affirmative).

286.                 That the Court shall pass sentence of death by strangulation (Lev. 20:10) (affirmative).

287.                 That the Court shall pass sentence of death by burning with fire (Lev. 20:14) (affirmative).

288.                 That the Court shall pass sentence of death by stoning (Deut. 22:24) (affirmative).

289.                 To hang the dead body of one who has incurred that penalty (Deut. 21:22) (affirmative).

290.                 That the dead body of an executed criminal shall not remain hanging on the tree over night (Deut. 21:23) (negative).

291.                 To inter the executed on the day of execution (Deut. 21:23) (affirmative)

292.                 Not to accept ransom from a murderer (Num. 35:31) (negative).

293.                 To exile one who committed accidental homicide (Num. 35:25) (affirmative).

294.                 To establish six cities of refuge (for those who committed accidental homicide) (Deut. 19:3) (affirmative).

295.                 Not to accept ransom from an accidental homicide, so as to relieve him from exile (Num. 35:32) (negative).

296.                 To decapitate the heifer in the manner prescribed (in expiation of a murder on the road, the perpetrator of which remained undiscovered) (Deut. 21:4) (affirmative).

297.                 Not to plow nor sow the rough valley (in which a heifer's neck was broken) (Deut. 21:4) (negative).

298.                 To adjudge a thief to pay compensation or (in certain cases) suffer death (Ex. 21:16; Ex. 21:37; Ex. 22:1) (affirmative).

299.                 That he who inflicts a bodily injury shall pay monetary compensation (Ex. 21:18-19) (affirmative).

300.                 To impose a penalty of fifty shekels upon the seducer (of an unbetrothed virgin) and enforce the other rules in connection with the case (Ex. 22:15-16) (affirmative).

301.                 That the violator (of an unbetrothed virgin) shall marry her (Deut. 22:28-29) (affirmative).

302.                 That one who has raped a damsel and has then (in accordance with the law) married her, may not divorce her (Deut. 22:29) (negative).

303.                 Not to inflict punishment on Shabbat (Ex. 35:3) (because some punishments were inflicted by fire) (negative). See Shabbat.

304.                 To punish the wicked by the infliction of stripes (Deut. 25:2) (affirmative).

305.                 Not to exceed the statutory number of stripes laid on one who has incurred that punishment (Deut. 25:3) (and by implication, not to strike anyone) (CCN43).

306.                 Not to spare the offender, in imposing the prescribed penalties on one who has caused damage (Deut. 19:13) (negative).

307.                 To do unto false witnesses as they had purposed to do (to the accused) (Deut. 19:19) (affirmative).

308.                 Not to punish any one who has committed an offense under duress (Deut. 22:26) (negative).


309.                 To heed the call of every prophet in each generation, provided that he neither adds to, nor takes away from the Torah (Deut. 18:15) (affirmative).

310.                 Not to prophesy falsely (Deut. 18:20) (CCN175).

311.                 Not to refrain from putting a false prophet to death nor to be in fear of him (Deut. 18:22) (negative).

Idolatry, Idolaters and Idolatrous Practices

312.                 Not to make a graven image; neither to make it oneself nor to have it made by others (Ex. 20:4) (CCN9).

313.                 Not to make any figures for ornament, even if they are not worshipped (Ex. 20:20) (CCN144).

314.                 Not to make idols even for others (Ex. 34:17; Lev. 19:4) (CCN10).

315.                 Not to use the ornament of any object of idolatrous worship (Deut. 7:25) (CCN17).

316.                 Not to make use of an idol or its accessory objects, offerings, or libations (Deut. 7:26) (CCN18). See Grape Products.

317.                 Not to drink wine of idolaters (Deut. 32:38) (CCN15). See Grape Products.

318.                 Not to worship an idol in the way in which it is usually worshipped (Ex. 20:5) (CCN12).

319.                 Not to bow down to an idol, even if that is not its mode of worship (Ex. 20:5) (CCN11).

320.                 Not to prophesy in the name of an idol (Ex. 23:13; Deut. 18:20) (CCN27).

321.                 Not to hearken to one who prophesies in the name of an idol (Deut. 13:4) (CCN22).

322.                 Not to lead the children of Israel astray to idolatry (Ex. 23:13) (CCN14).

323.                 Not to entice an Israelite to idolatry (Deut. 13:12) (CCN23).

324.                 To destroy idolatry and its appurtenances (Deut. 12:2-3) (affirmative).

325.                 Not to love the enticer to idolatry (Deut. 13:9) (CCN24).

326.                 Not to give up hating the enticer to idolatry (Deut. 13:9) (CCN25).

327.                 Not to save the enticer from capital punishment, but to stand by at his execution (Deut. 13:9) (negative).

328.                 A person whom he attempted to entice to idolatry shall not urge pleas for the acquittal of the enticer (Deut. 13:9) (CCN26).

329.                 A person whom he attempted to entice shall not refrain from giving evidence of the enticer's guilt, if he has such evidence (Deut. 13:9) (negative).

330.                 Not to swear by an idol to its worshipers, nor cause them to swear by it (Ex. 23:13) (CCN13).

331.                 Not to turn one's attention to idolatry (Lev. 19:4) (CCN16).

332.                 Not to adopt the institutions of idolaters nor their customs (Lev. 18:3; Lev. 20:23) (CCN21).

333.                 Not to pass a child through the fire to Molech (Lev. 18:21) (negative).

334.                 Not to suffer any one practicing witchcraft to live (Ex. 22:17) (negative).

335.                 Not to practice onein (observing times or seasons as favorable or unfavorable, using astrology) (Lev. 19:26) (CCN166).

336.                 Not to practice nachesh (doing things based on signs and portents; using charms and incantations) (Lev. 19:26) (CCN165).

337.                 Not to consult ovoth (ghosts) (Lev. 19:31) (CCN170).

338.                 Not to consult yid'onim (wizards) (Lev. 19:31) (CCN171).

339.                 Not to practice kisuf (magic using herbs, stones and objects that people use) (Deut. 18:10) (CCN168).

340.                 Not to practice kessem (a general term for magical practices) (Deut. 18:10) (CCN167).

341.                 Not to practice the art of a chover chaver (casting spells over snakes and scorpions) (Deut. 18:11) (CCN169).

342.                 Not to enquire of an ob (a ghost) (Deut. 18:11) (CCN172).

343.                 Not to seek the maytim (dead) (Deut. 18:11) (CCN174).

344.                 Not to enquire of a yid'oni (wizard) (Deut. 18:11) (CCN173).

345.                 Not to remove the entire beard, like the idolaters (Lev. 19:27) (CCN177).

346.                 Not to round the corners of the head, as the idolatrous priests do (Lev. 19:27) (CCN176).

347.                 Not to cut oneself or make incisions in one's flesh in grief, like the idolaters (Lev. 19:28; Deut. 14:1) (CCN28).

348.                 Not to tattoo the body like the idolaters (Lev. 19:28) (CCN163).

349.                 Not to make a bald spot for the dead (Deut. 14:1) (CCN164).

350.                 Not to plant a tree for worship (Deut. 16:21) (negative).

351.                 Not to set up a pillar (for worship) (Deut. 16:22) (CCN162).

352.                 Not to show favor to idolaters (Deut. 7:2) (CCN20).

353.                 Not to make a covenant with the seven (Canaanite, idolatrous) nations (Ex. 23:32; Deut. 7:2) (negative).

354.                 Not to settle idolaters in our land (Ex. 23:33) (negative) (CCI26).

355.                 To slay the inhabitants of a city that has become idolatrous and burn that city (Deut. 13:16-17) (affirmative).

356.                 Not to rebuild a city that has been led astray to idolatry (Deut. 13:17) (negative).

357.                 Not to make use of the property of city that has been so led astray (Deut. 13:18) (negative).

Agriculture and Animal Husbandry

358.                 Not to cross-breed cattle of different species (Lev. 19:19) (according to the Talmud, this also applies to birds) (CCN142).

359.                 Not to sow different kinds of seed together in one field (Lev. 19:19) (CCN107).

360.                 Not to eat the fruit of a tree for three years from the time it was planted (Lev. 19:23) (CCN105). See Tu B'Shevat.

361.                 That the fruit of fruit-bearing trees in the fourth year of their planting shall be sacred like the second tithe and eaten in Jerusalem (Lev. 19:24) (affirmative) (CCI16). See Tu B'Shevat.

362.                 Not to sow grain or herbs in a vineyard (Deut. 22:9) (negative).

363.                 Not to eat the produce of diverse seeds sown in a vineyard (Deut. 22:9) (negative).

364.                 Not to work with beasts of different species, yoked together (Deut. 22:10) (CCN180).


365.                 That a man shall not wear women's clothing (Deut. 22:5) (CCN179).

366.                 That a woman should not wear men's clothing (Deut. 22:5) (CCN178).

367.                 Not to wear garments made of wool and linen mixed together (Deut. 22:11) (CCN181).

The Firstborn

368.                 To redeem the firstborn human male (Ex. 13:13; Ex. 34:20; Num. 18:15) (CCA54). See Pidyon Ha-Ben: Redemption of the Firstborn.

369.                 To redeem the firstling of an ass (Ex. 13:13; Ex. 34:20) (CCA55).

370.                 To break the neck of the firstling of an ass if it is not redeemed (Ex. 13:13; Ex. 34:20) (CCA56).

371.                 Not to redeem the firstling of a clean beast (Num. 18:17) (CCN109).

Kohanim and Levites

372.                 That the kohanim shall put on priestly vestments for the service (Ex. 28:2) (affirmative). See Kohein.

373.                 Not to tear the High Kohein's robe (Ex. 28:32) (negative). See Kohein.

374.                 That the kohein shall not enter the Sanctuary at all times (i.e., at times when he is not performing service) (Lev. 16:2) (negative). See Kohein.

375.                 That the ordinary kohein shall not defile himself by contact with any dead, other than immediate relatives (Lev. 21:1-3) (CCN141). See Kohein, Care for the Dead.

376.                 That the kohanim defile themselves for their deceased relatives (by attending their burial), and mourn for them like other Israelites, who are commanded to mourn for their relatives (Lev. 21:3) (CCA59). See Kohein, Care for the Dead; Mourning.

377.                 That a kohein who had an immersion during the day (to cleanse him from his uncleanness) shall not serve in the Sanctuary until after sunset (Lev. 21:6) (negative). See Kohein.

378.                 That a kohein shall not marry a divorced woman (Lev. 21:7) (CCN140). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children; Kohein.

379.                 That a kohein shall not marry a harlot (Lev. 21:7) (CCN138). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children; Kohein.

380.                 That a kohein shall not marry a profaned woman (Lev. 21:7) (CCN139). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children; Kohein.

381.                 To show honor to a kohein, and to give him precedence in all things that are holy (Lev. 21:8) (CCA50). See Kohein.

382.                 That a High Kohein shall not defile himself with any dead, even if they are relatives (Lev. 21:11) (negative). See Kohein, Care for the Dead.

383.                 That a High Kohein shall not go (under the same roof) with a dead body (Lev. 21:11) It has been learnt by tradition that a kohein, who does so, violates the prohibition, "Neither shall he go in ", and also the prohibition "He shall not defile himself" (negative). See Kohein, Care for the Dead.

384.                 That the High Kohein shall marry a virgin (Lev. 21:13) (affirmative). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children; Kohein.

385.                 That the High Kohein shall not marry a widow (Lev. 21:14) (negative). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children; Kohein.

386.                 That the High Kohein shall not cohabit with a widow, even without marriage, because he profanes her (Lev. 21:15) (negative). See Prohibited Marriages and Illegitimate Children; Kohein.

387.                 That a person with a physical blemish shall not serve (in the Sanctuary) (Lev. 21:17) (negative).

388.                 That a kohein with a temporary blemish shall not serve there (Lev. 21:21) (negative). See Kohein.

389.                 That a person with a physical blemish shall not enter the Sanctuary further than the altar (Lev. 21:23) (negative).

390.                 That a kohein who is unclean shall not serve (in the Sanctuary) (Lev. 22:2-3) (negative). See Kohein.

391.                 To send the unclean out of the Camp of the Shechinah, that is, out of the Sanctuary (Num. 5:2) (affirmative).

392.                 That a kohein who is unclean shall not enter the courtyard (Num. 5:2-3) This refers to the Camp of the Shechinah (negative). See Kohein.

393.                 That the kohanim shall bless Israel (Num. 6:23) (CCA58). See Kohein.

394.                 To set apart a portion of the dough for the kohein (Num. 15:20) (CCA57). See Kohein.

395.                 That the Levites shall not occupy themselves with the service that belongs to the kohanim, nor the kohanim with that belonging to the Levites (Num. 18:3) (negative). See Kohein, Levi.

396.                 That one not a descendant of Aaron in the male line shall not serve (in the Sanctuary) (Num. 18:4-7) (negative).

397.                 That the Levite shall serve in the Sanctuary (Num. 18:23) (affirmative). See Levi.

398.                 To give the Levites cities to dwell in, these to serve also as cities of refuge (Num. 35:2) (affirmative). See Levi.

399.                 That none of the tribe of Levi shall take any portion of territory in the land (of Israel) (Deut. 18:1) (negative). See Levi.

400.                 That none of the tribe of Levi shall take any share of the spoil (at the conquest of the Promised Land) (Deut. 18:1) (negative). See Levi.

401.                 That the kohanim shall serve in the Sanctuary in divisions, but on festivals, they all serve together (Deut. 18:6-8) (affirmative). See Kohein.

T'rumah, Tithes and Taxes

402.                 That an uncircumcised person shall not eat of the t'rumah (heave offering), and the same applies to other holy things. This rule is inferred from the law of the Paschal offering, by similarity of phrase (Ex. 12:44-45 and Lev. 22:10) but it is not explicitly set forth in the Torah. Traditionally, it has been learnt that the rule that the uncircumcised must not eat holy things is an essential principle of the Torah and not an enactment of the Scribes (negative). See Brit Milah: Circumcision

403.                 Not to alter the order of separating the t'rumah and the tithes; the separation be in the order first-fruits at the beginning, then the t'rumah, then the first tithe, and last the second tithe (Ex. 22:28) (negative) (CCI19).

404.                 To give half a shekel every year (to the Sanctuary for provision of the public sacrifices) (Ex. 30:13) (affirmative).

405.                 That a kohein who is unclean shall not eat of the t'rumah (Lev. 22:3-4) (negative). See Kohein.

406.                 That a person who is not a kohein or the wife or unmarried daughter of a kohein shall not eat of the t'rumah (Lev. 22:10) (negative). See Kohein.

407.                 That a sojourner with a kohein or his hired servant shall not eat of the t'rumah (Lev. 22:10) (negative). See Kohein.

408.                 Not to eat tevel (something from which the t'rumah and tithe have not yet been separated) (Lev. 22:15) (negative) (CCI18).

409.                 To set apart the tithe of the produce (one tenth of the produce after taking out t'rumah) for the Levites (Lev. 27:30; Num. 18:24) (affirmative) (CCI12). See Levi.

410.                 To tithe cattle (Lev. 27:32) (affirmative).

411.                 Not to sell the tithe of the herd (Lev. 27:32-33) (negative).

412.                 That the Levites shall set apart a tenth of the tithes, which they had received from the Israelites, and give it to the kohanim (called the t'rumah of the tithe) (Num. 18:26) (affirmative) (CCI13). See Kohein, Levi.

413.                 Not to eat the second tithe of cereals outside Jerusalem (Deut. 12:17) (negative).

414.                 Not to consume the second tithe of the vintage outside of Jerusalem (Deut. 12:17) (negative).

415.                 Not to consume the second tithe of the oil outside of Jerusalem (Deut. 12:17) (negative).

416.                 Not to forsake the Levites (Deut. 12:19); but their gifts (dues) should be given to them, so that they might rejoice therewith on each and every festival (negative). See Levi.

417.                 To set apart the second tithe in the first, second, fourth and fifth years of the sabbatical cycle to be eaten by its owner in Jerusalem (Deut. 14:22) (affirmative) (CCI14) (today, it is set aside but not eaten in Jerusalem).

418.                 To set apart the second tithe in the third and sixth year of the sabbatical cycle for the poor (Deut. 14:28-29) (affirmative) (CCI15) (today, it must be separated out but need not be given to the poor).

419.                 To give the kohein the due portions of the carcass of cattle (Deut. 18:3) (according to the Talmud, this is not mandatory in the present outside of Israel, but it is permissible, and some observant people do so) (CCA51). See Kohein.

420.                 To give the first of the fleece to the kohein (Deut. 18:4) (according to the Talmud, this is not mandatory in the present outside of Israel, but it is permissible, and some observant people do so) (CCA52). See Kohein.

421.                 To set apart t'rumah g'dolah (the great heave-offering, that is, a small portion of the grain, wine and oil) for the kohein (Deut. 18:4) (affirmative) (CCI11). See Kohein.

422.                 Not to expend the proceeds of the second tithe on anything but food and drink (Deut. 26:14). Anything outside of things necessary for sustenance comes within the class in the phrase "Given for the dead" (negative).

423.                 Not to eat the Second Tithe, even in Jerusalem, in a state of uncleanness, until the tithe had been redeemed (Deut. 26:14) (negative).

424.                 Not to eat the Second Tithe, when mourning (Deut. 26:14) (negative).

425.                 To make the declaration, when bringing the second tithe to the Sanctuary (Deut. 26:13) (affirmative) (CCI17).

The Temple, the Sanctuary and Sacred Objects

426.                 Not to build an altar of hewn stone (Ex. 20:22) (negative).

427.                 Not to mount the altar by steps (Ex. 20:23) (negative).

428.                 To build the Sanctuary (Ex. 25:8) (affirmative).

429.                 Not to remove the staves from the Ark (Ex. 25:15) (negative).

430.                 To set the showbread and the frankincense before the L-rd every Shabbat (Ex. 25:30) (affirmative).

431.                 To kindle lights in the Sanctuary (Ex. 27:21) (affirmative).

432.                 That the breastplate shall not be loosened from the ephod (Ex. 28:28) (negative).

433.                 To offer up incense twice daily (Ex. 30:7) (affirmative).

434.                 Not to offer strange incense nor any sacrifice upon the golden altar (Ex. 30:9) (negative).

435.                 That the kohein shall wash his hands and feet at the time of service (Ex. 30:19) (affirmative). See Kohein.

436.                 To prepare the oil of anointment and anoint high kohanim and kings with it (Ex. 30:31) (affirmative). See Kohein.

437.                 Not to compound oil for lay use after the formula of the anointing oil (Ex. 30:32-33) (CCN145).

438.                 Not to anoint a stranger with the anointing oil (Ex. 30:32) (negative).

439.                 Not to compound anything after the formula of the incense (Ex. 30:37) (CCN146).

440.                 That he who, in error, makes unlawful use of sacred things, shall make restitution of the value of his trespass and add a fifth (Lev. 5:16) (affirmative).

441.                 To remove the ashes from the altar (Lev. 6:3) (affirmative).

442.                 To keep fire always burning on the altar of the burnt-offering (Lev. 6:6) (affirmative).

443.                 Not to extinguish the fire on the altar (Lev. 6:6) (negative).

444.                 That a kohein shall not enter the Sanctuary with disheveled hair (Lev. 10:6) (negative). See Kohein.

445.                 That a kohein shall not enter the Sanctuary with torn garments (Lev. 10:6) (negative). See Kohein.

446.                 That the kohein shall not leave the Courtyard of the Sanctuary, during service (Lev. 10:7) (negative). See Kohein.

447.                 That an intoxicated person shall not enter the Sanctuary nor give decisions in matters of the Law (Lev. 10:9-11) (negative).

448.                 To revere the Sanctuary (Lev. 19:30) (today, this applies to synagogues) (CCA18). See Synagogues, Shuls and Temples.

449.                 That when the Ark is carried, it should be carried on the shoulder (Num. 7:9) (affirmative).

450.                 To observe the second Passover (Num. 9:11) (affirmative).

451.                 To eat the flesh of the Paschal lamb on it, with unleavened bread and bitter herbs (Num. 9:11) (affirmative).

452.                 Not to leave any flesh of the Paschal lamb brought on the second Passover until the morning (Num. 9:12) (negative).

453.                 Not to break a bone of the Paschal lamb brought on the second Passover (Num. 9:12) (negative).

454.                 To sound the trumpets at the offering of sacrifices and in times of trouble (Num. 10:9-10) (affirmative).

455.                 To watch over the edifice continually (Num. 18:2) (affirmative).

456.                 Not to allow the Sanctuary to remain unwatched (Num. 18:5) (negative).

457.                 That an offering shall be brought by one who has in error committed a trespass against sacred things, or robbed, or lain carnally with a bond-maid betrothed to a man, or denied what was deposited with him and swore falsely to support his denial. This is called a guilt-offering for a known trespass (affirmative). See Asham: Guilt Offering.

458.                 Not to destroy anything of the Sanctuary, of synagogues, or of houses of study, nor erase the holy names (of G-d); nor may sacred scriptures be destroyed (Deut. 12:2-4) (CCN157). See The Name of G-d.

Sacrifices and Offerings

459.                 To sanctify the firstling of clean cattle and offer it up (Ex. 13:2; Deut. 15:19) (at the present time, it is not offered up) (CCA53).

460.                 To slay the Paschal lamb (Ex. 12:6) (affirmative).

461.                 To eat the flesh of the Paschal sacrifice on the night of the fifteenth of Nissan (Ex. 12:8) (affirmative).

462.                 Not to eat the flesh of the Paschal lamb raw or sodden (Ex. 12:9) (negative).

463.                 Not to leave any portion of the flesh of the Paschal sacrifice until the morning unconsumed (Ex. 12:10) (negative).

464.                 Not to give the flesh of the Paschal lamb to an Israelite who had become an apostate (Ex. 12:43) (negative).

465.                 Not to give flesh of the Paschal lamb to a stranger who lives among you to eat (Ex. 12:45) (negative).

466.                 Not to take any of the flesh of the Paschal lamb from the company's place of assembly (Ex. 12:46) (negative).

467.                 Not to break a bone of the Paschal lamb (Ex. 12:46) (negative).

468.                 That the uncircumcised shall not eat of the flesh of the Paschal lamb (Ex. 12:48) (negative). See Brit Milah: Circumcision

469.                 Not to slaughter the Paschal lamb while there is chametz in the home (Ex. 23:18; Ex. 24:25) (negative).

470.                 Not to leave the part of the Paschal lamb that should be burnt on the altar until the morning, when it will no longer be fit to be burnt (Ex. 23:18; Ex. 24:25) (negative).

471.                 Not to go up to the Sanctuary for the festival without bringing an offering (Ex. 23:15) (negative).

472.                 To bring the first fruits to the Sanctuary (Ex. 23:19) (affirmative).

473.                 That the flesh of a sin-offering and guilt-offering shall be eaten (Ex. 29:33) (affirmative). See Qorbanot: Sacrifices and Offerings

474.                 That one not of the seed of Aaron, shall not eat the flesh of the holy sacrifices (Ex. 29:33) (negative).

475.                 To observe the procedure of the burnt-offering (Lev. 1:3) (affirmative). See Olah: Burnt Offering.

476.                 To observe the procedure of the meal-offering (Lev. 2:1) (affirmative). See Food and Drink Offerings.

477.                 Not to offer up leaven or honey (Lev. 2:11) (negative).

478.                 That every sacrifice be salted (Lev. 2:13) (affirmative).

479.                 Not to offer up any offering unsalted (Lev. 2:13) (negative).

480.                 That the Court of Judgment shall offer up a sacrifice if they have erred in a judicial pronouncement (Lev. 4:13) (affirmative).

481.                 That an individual shall bring a sin-offering if he has sinned in error by committing a transgression, the conscious violation of which is punished with excision (Lev. 4:27-28) (affirmative). See Chatat: Sin Offering.

482.                 To offer a sacrifice of varying value in accordance with one's means (Lev. 5:7) (affirmative).

483.                 Not to sever completely the head of a fowl brought as a sin-offering (Lev. 5:8) (negative).

484.                 Not to put olive oil in a sin-offering made of flour (Lev. 5:11) (negative).

485.                 Not to put frankincense on a sin-offering made of flour (Lev. 5:11) (negative).

486.                 That an individual shall bring an offering if he is in doubt as to whether he has committed a sin for which one has to bring a sin-offering. This is called a guilt-offering for doubtful sins (Lev. 5:17-19) (affirmative). See Asham: Guilt Offering.

487.                 That the remainder of the meal offerings shall be eaten (Lev. 6:9) (affirmative).

488.                 Not to allow the remainder of the meal offerings to become leavened (Lev. 6:10) (negative).

489.                 That the High Kohein shall offer a meal offering daily (Lev. 6:13) (affirmative).

490.                 Not to eat of the meal offering brought by the kohanim (Lev. 6:16) (negative).

491.                 To observe the procedure of the sin-offering (Lev. 6:18) (affirmative). See Chatat: Sin Offering.

492.                 Not to eat of the flesh of sin offerings, the blood of which is brought within the Sanctuary and sprinkled towards the Veil (Lev. 6:23) (negative).

493.                 To observe the procedure of the guilt-offering (Lev. 7:1) (affirmative).See Asham: Guilt Offering.

494.                 To observe the procedure of the peace-offering (Lev. 7:11) (affirmative). See Zebach Sh'lamim: Peace Offering.

495.                 To burn meat of the holy sacrifice that has remained over (Lev. 7:17) (affirmative).

496.                 Not to eat of sacrifices that are eaten beyond the appointed time for eating them (Lev. 7:18) The penalty is excision (negative).

497.                 Not to eat of holy things that have become unclean (Lev. 7:19) (negative).

498.                 To burn meat of the holy sacrifice that has become unclean (Lev. 7:19) (affirmative).

499.                 That a person who is unclean shall not eat of things that are holy (Lev. 7:20) (negative).

500.                 A kohein's daughter who profaned herself shall not eat of the holy things, neither of the heave offering nor of the breast, nor of the shoulder of peace offerings (Lev. 10:14, Lev. 22:12) (negative). See Kohein.

501.                 That a woman after childbirth shall bring an offering when she is clean (Lev. 12:6) (affirmative). See Birth.

502.                 That the leper shall bring a sacrifice after he is cleansed (Lev. 14:10) (affirmative).

503.                 That a man having an issue shall bring a sacrifice after he is cleansed of his issue (Lev. 15:13-15) (affirmative).

504.                 That a woman having an issue shall bring a sacrifice after she is cleansed of her issue (Lev. 15:28-30) (affirmative).

505.                 To observe, on Yom Kippur, the service appointed for that day, regarding the sacrifice, confessions, sending away of the scapegoat, etc. (Lev. 16:3-34) (affirmative).

506.                 Not to slaughter beasts set apart for sacrifices outside (the Sanctuary) (Lev. 17:3-4) (negative).

507.                 Not to eat flesh of a sacrifice that has been left over (beyond the time appointed for its consumption) (Lev. 19:8 ) (negative).

508.                 Not to sanctify blemished cattle for sacrifice on the altar (Lev. 22:20) This text prohibits such beasts being set apart for sacrifice on the altar (negative).

509.                 That every animal offered up shall be without blemish (Lev. 22:21) (affirmative).

510.                 Not to inflict a blemish on cattle set apart for sacrifice (Lev. 22:21) (negative).

511.                 Not to slaughter blemished cattle as sacrifices (Lev. 22:22) (negative).

512.                 Not to burn the limbs of blemished cattle upon the altar (Lev. 22:22) (negative).

513.                 Not to sprinkle the blood of blemished cattle upon the altar (Lev. 22:24) (negative).

514.                 Not to offer up a blemished beast that comes from non-Israelites (Lev. 22:25) (negative).

515.                 That sacrifices of cattle can only take place when they are at least eight days old (Lev. 22:27) (affirmative).

516.                 Not to leave any flesh of the thanksgiving offering until the morning (Lev. 22:30) (negative).

517.                 To offer up the meal-offering of the Omer on the morrow after the first day of Passover, together with one lamb (Lev. 23:10) (affirmative). See The Counting of the Omer.

518.                 Not to eat bread made of new grain before the Omer of barley has been offered up on the second day of Passover (Lev. 23:14) (CCN101). See The Counting of the Omer.

519.                 Not to eat roasted grain of the new produce before that time (Lev. 23:14) (CCN102). See The Counting of the Omer.

520.                 Not to eat fresh ears of the new grain before that time (Lev. 23:14) (CCN103). See The Counting of the Omer.

521.                 To bring on Shavu'ot loaves of bread together with the sacrifices which are then offered up in connection with the loaves (Lev. 23:17-20) (affirmative).

522.                 To offer up an additional sacrifice on Passover (Lev. 23:36) (affirmative).

523.                 That one who vows to the L-rd the monetary value of a person shall pay the amount appointed in the Scriptural portion (Lev. 27:2-8) (affirmative).

524.                 If a beast is exchanged for one that had been set apart as an offering, both become sacred (Lev. 27:10) (affirmative).

525.                 Not to exchange a beast set aside for sacrifice (Lev. 27:10) (negative).

526.                 That one who vows to the L-rd the monetary value of an unclean beast shall pay its value (Lev. 27:11-13) (affirmative).

527.                 That one who vows the value of his house shall pay according to the appraisal of the kohein (Lev. 27:11-13) (affirmative). See Kohein.

528.                 That one who sanctifies to the L-rd a portion of his field shall pay according to the estimation appointed in the Scriptural portion (Lev. 27:16-24) (affirmative).

529.                 Not to transfer a beast set apart for sacrifice from one class of sacrifices to another (Lev. 27:26) (negative).

530.                 To decide in regard to dedicated property as to which is sacred to the Lord and which belongs to the kohein (Lev. 27:28) (affirmative). See Kohein.

531.                 Not to sell a field devoted to the Lord (Lev. 27:28) (negative).

532.                 Not to redeem a field devoted to the Lord (Lev. 27:28) (negative).

533.                 To make confession before the L-rd of any sin that one has committed, when bringing a sacrifice and at other times (Num. 5:6-7) (CCA33).

534.                 Not to put olive oil in the meal-offering of a woman suspected of adultery (Num. 5:15) (negative).

535.                 Not to put frankincense on it (Num. 5:15) (negative).

536.                 To offer up the regular sacrifices daily (two lambs as burnt offerings) (Num. 28:3) (affirmative).

537.                 To offer up an additional sacrifice every Shabbat (two lambs) (Num. 28:9) (affirmative).

538.                 To offer up an additional sacrifice every New Moon (Num. 28:11) (affirmative).

539.                 To bring an additional offering on Shavu'ot (Num. 28:26-27) (affirmative).

540.                 To offer up an additional sacrifice on Rosh Hashanah (Num. 29:1-6) (affirmative).

541.                 To offer up an additional sacrifice on Yom Kippur (Num. 29:7-8) (affirmative).

542.                 To offer up an additional sacrifice on Sukkot (Num. 29:12-34) (affirmative).

543.                 To offer up an additional offering on Shemini Atzeret, which is a festival by itself (Num. 29:35-38) (affirmative).

544.                 To bring all offerings, whether obligatory or freewill, on the first festival after these were incurred (Deut. 12:5-6) (affirmative).

545.                 Not to offer up sacrifices outside (the Sanctuary) (Deut. 12:13) (negative).

546.                 To offer all sacrifices in the Sanctuary (Deut. 12:14) (affirmative).

547.                 To redeem cattle set apart for sacrifices that contracted disqualifying blemishes, after which they may be eaten by anyone. (Deut. 12:15) (affirmative).

548.                 Not to eat of the unblemished firstling outside Jerusalem (Deut. 12:17) (negative).

549.                 Not to eat the flesh of the burnt-offering (Deut. 12:17). This is a Prohibition applying to every trespasser, not to enjoy any of the holy things. If he does so, he commits a trespass (negative).

550.                 That the kohanim shall not eat the flesh of the sin-offering or guilt-offering outside the Courtyard (of the Sanctuary) (Deut. 12:17) (negative).

551.                 Not to eat of the flesh of the sacrifices that are holy in a minor degree, before the blood has been sprinkled (on the altar), (Deut. 12:17) (negative).

552.                 That the kohein shall not eat the first-fruits before they are set down in the Courtyard (of the Sanctuary) (Deut. 12:17) (negative).

553.                 To take trouble to bring sacrifices to the Sanctuary from places outside the land of Israel (Deut. 12:26) (affirmative).

554.                 Not to eat the flesh of beasts set apart as sacrifices, that have been rendered unfit to be offered up by deliberately inflicted blemish (Deut. 14:3) (negative).

555.                 Not to do work with cattle set apart for sacrifice (Deut. 15:19) (negative).

556.                 Not to shear beasts set apart for sacrifice (Deut. 15:19) (negative).

557.                 Not to leave any portion of the festival offering brought on the fourteenth of Nissan unto the third day (Deut. 16:4) (negative).

558.                 Not to offer up a beast that has a temporary blemish (Deut. 17:1) (negative).

559.                 Not to bring sacrifices out of the hire of a harlot or price of a dog (apparently a euphemism for sodomy) (Deut. 23:19) (negative).

560.                 To read the portion prescribed on bringing the first fruits (Deut. 26:5-10) (affirmative).


Ritual Purity and Impurity

561.                 That eight species of creeping things defile by contact (Lev. 11:29-30) (affirmative).

562.                 That foods become defiled by contact with unclean things (Lev. 11:34) (affirmative).

563.                 That anyone who touches the carcass of a beast that died of itself shall be unclean (Lev. 11:39) (affirmative).

564.                 That a lying-in woman is unclean like a menstruating woman (in terms of uncleanness) (Lev. 12:2-5) (affirmative).

565.                 That a leper is unclean and defiles (Lev. 13:2-46) (affirmative).

566.                 That the leper shall be universally recognized as such by the prescribed marks. So too, all other unclean persons should declare themselves as such (Lev. 13:45) (affirmative).

567.                 That a leprous garment is unclean and defiles (Lev. 13:47-49) (affirmative).

568.                 That a leprous house defiles (Lev. 14:34-46) (affirmative).

569.                 That a man, having a running issue, defiles (Lev. 15:1-15) (affirmative).

570.                 That the seed of copulation defiles (Lev. 15:16) (affirmative).

571.                 That purification from all kinds of defilement shall be effected by immersion in the waters of a mikvah (Lev. 15:16) (affirmative).

572.                 That a menstruating woman is unclean and defiles others (Lev. 15:19-24) (affirmative).

573.                 That a woman, having a running issue, defiles (Lev. 15:25-27) (affirmative).

574.                 To carry out the ordinance of the Red Heifer so that its ashes will always be available (Num. 19:9) (affirmative). See Parah Adumah: Red Heifer.

575.                 That a corpse defiles (Num. 19:11-16) (affirmative). See Care for the Dead.

576.                 That the waters of separation defile one who is clean, and cleanse the unclean from pollution by a dead body (Num. 19:19-22) (affirmative).

Lepers and Leprosy

577.                 Not to drove off the hair of the scall (Lev. 13:33) (negative).

578.                 That the procedure of cleansing leprosy, whether of a man or of a house, takes place with cedar-wood, hyssop, scarlet thread, two birds, and running water (Lev. 14:1-7) (affirmative).

579.                 That the leper shall shave all his hair (Lev. 14:9) (affirmative).

580.                 Not to pluck out the marks of leprosy (Deut. 24:8) (negative).

The King

581.                 Not to curse a ruler, that is, the King or the head of the College in the land of Israel (Ex. 22:27) (negative).

582.                 To appoint a king (Deut. 17:15) (affirmative).

583.                 Not to appoint as ruler over Israel, one who comes from non-Israelites (Deut. 17:15) (negative).

584.                 That the King shall not acquire an excessive number of horses (Deut. 17:16) (negative).

585.                 That the King shall not take an excessive number of wives (Deut. 17:17) (negative).

586.                 That he shall not accumulate an excessive quantity of gold and silver (Deut. 17:17) (negative).

587.                 That the King shall write a scroll of the Torah for himself, in addition to the one that every person should write, so that he writes two scrolls (Deut. 17:18) (affirmative). See Torah.


588.                 That a Nazarite shall not drink wine, or anything mixed with wine which tastes like wine; and even if the wine or the mixture has turned sour, it is prohibited to him (Num. 6:3) (negative).

589.                 That he shall not eat fresh grapes (Num. 6:3) (negative).

590.                 That he shall not eat dried grapes (raisins) (Num. 6:3) (negative).

591.                 That he shall not eat the kernels of the grapes (Num. 6:4) (negative).

592.                 That he shall not eat of the skins of the grapes (Num. 6:4) (negative).

593.                 That the Nazarite shall permit his hair to grow (Num. 6:5) (affirmative).

594.                 That the Nazarite shall not cut his hair (Num. 6:5) (negative).

595.                 That he shall not enter any covered structure where there is a dead body (Num. 6:6) (negative).

596.                 That a Nazarite shall not defile himself for any dead person (by being in the presence of the corpse) (Num. 6:7) (negative).

597.                 That the Nazarite shall shave his hair when he brings his offerings at the completion of the period of his Nazariteship, or within that period if he has become defiled (Num. 6:9) (affirmative).


598.                 That those engaged in warfare shall not fear their enemies nor be panic-stricken by them during battle (Deut. 3:22, 7:21, 20:3) (negative).

599.                 To anoint a special kohein (to speak to the soldiers) in a war (Deut. 20:2) (affirmative). See Kohein.

600.                 In a permissive war (as distinguished from obligatory ones), to observe the procedure prescribed in the Torah (Deut. 20:10) (affirmative).

601.                 Not to keep alive any individual of the seven Canaanite nations (Deut. 20:16) (negative).

602.                 To exterminate the seven Canaanite nations from the land of Israel (Deut. 20:17) (affirmative).

603.                 Not to destroy fruit trees (wantonly or in warfare) (Deut. 20:19-20) (CCN191).

604.                 To deal with a beautiful woman taken captive in war in the manner prescribed in the Torah (Deut. 21:10-14) (affirmative).

605.                 Not to sell a beautiful woman, (taken captive in war) (Deut. 21:14) (negative).

606.                 Not to degrade a beautiful woman (taken captive in war) to the condition of a bondwoman (Deut. 21:14) (negative).

607.                 Not to offer peace to the Ammonites and the Moabites before waging war on them, as should be done to other nations (Deut. 23:7) (negative).

608.                 That anyone who is unclean shall not enter the Camp of the Levites (Deut. 23:11) (according to the Talmud, in the present day this means the Temple mount) (CCN193).

609.                 To have a place outside the camp for sanitary purposes (Deut. 23:13) (affirmative).

610.                 To keep that place sanitary (Deut. 23:14-15) (affirmative).

611.                 Always to remember what Amalek did (Deut. 25:17) (CCA76).

612.                 That the evil done to us by Amalek shall not be forgotten (Deut. 25:19) (CCN194).

613.                 To destroy the seed of Amalek (Deut. 25:19) (CCA77).



The vision of a northern Israel:

During the year of 2012; I had several angelic encounters with my archangel Gabriel, and Jesus who showed me strange visions always relating to the same theme. The first vision I had was of three swords, and ambers uniting. The ice of the Scandinavian people melted, and a great freedom was heard. A new social waveform of love erupted as fire. The second vision was of the courtyard directly in front of Solomon`s temple. The Lord showed me how I was an important rock in his Temple. This was in Sweden on a mighty spiritual journey with dear Christian friends. The third was when at home in my cabin. I heard God speak to me saying: Lead my sheep my son. The fourth was in my apartment in Kristiansand. I saw the world, and the Bible opened hovering over Norway. A fire burnt from it, and the ice melted. Below it was written: Burn Babylon. The fifth vision was of Virgin Mary crying under the moon. Her tears became 12 stars of Israel.. She cried for me, and I saw the tears gather as yellow stars under the banner of the EU. I saw how the flag of Israel merged with the world.

Mother Mary cries for us- her lost children!

Yair Davidiy whom supports Israel has shown unrelenting will to research the mythological origins of western tribes from Israel as if he was sent by God.

I own his books, and they are packed with unquestionable evidence the ten northern tribes of Israel wandered throughout the world to Scandinavia. These Cadussi Nephtalites (also known as the little-goths, and white huns) moved into Schythia, and southern Russia from west of the black sea to east of the caspian sea. The rest of the emmigration to Scandinavia is taught in norwegian primary school.


Norway as Naphtali

Yair`s book the ¨Ten Tribes¨ resurface history, and location of all the ten tribes based on history, science, lingnuistics, archeology, scripture and prophecy, yet quotes this about the norwegian naphtalites in particular:

¨The tribes of Ruben, Gad, and Manasseh (from whom emerged most of the gothic nations) in the east banks of Jordan had been borderen by Dan, and Naphtali who were to the west of them. NAPHTALI were to re-emerge under the same name Naphtali (sometimes incorrectly rendered as ¨EPHTALI¨) in Schythia¨. The Naphtali were also known as Cadussi or ¨Kadassaye¨ in honour of Kadesh-Naphtali Judges 4:6

She sent for Barak son of Abinoam from Kedesh in Naphtali and said to him, “The Lord, the God of Israel, commands you: ‘Go, take with you ten thousand men of Naphtali and Zebulun and lead them up to Mount Tabor.

Which had been there former center in the land of Israel. The Cadussi had first been recorded close to Mannae southwest of the Caspian sea. The area was one of the major regions to which Northern Israelites had been transported by the Assyrians. The apocryphal book of Tobias mentions Israelite exiles from the tribe of Naphtali in Ecbatana (Tobit 2:7) and Rages of Media (Tobit 5:6) both of which adjoined the Cadussii area! Pliny reported that the Cadussi termed themselves ¨Gaeli¨.  The Cadussi-Gaeli were related to the Sacae Scythians according to Xenophon. (We identify the Sacae Schythians as ancestors of the Angles, and Saxons who invaded Britain). The Cadussi (or Kadussi) later moved northwards into Scythia east of the Ural mountains where they were also referred to as Naphtalites or nephtalite Huns thought some sources still referred to them as Kadassaye I.e Cadussie. After a series of wars and migrations the Cadussi Nephtalites (also known as ¨White Huns¨ and sundry other names) split up into several groups. The majority went westward, and entered Scandinavia to form what later became the Danes and Norwegians. Another portion remained in Schythia to eventually merge with the Khazars who converted to Judaism.¨ /


The Bible says the lost tribes shall be gathered

I have walked a solitary mystic path with God since I was young getting visions of my future, and His calling all my life. I was open to God. I would battle demons in my dreams, and waking fantasies wherever I walked. I wonder if they were fantasies at all. Thus I come to you humbled like the reluctant prophet Jonah with an urge towards repentance. God WILL create a new loving mantle over those in this generation reserved for Him. There IS inherited blessing for God`s purpose with this nation waiting for those he will set aside as a remnant of Israel. He will create a ¨new man¨ of love, courage, chivalry and strength. He will trample on the serpents, and lead the people out of ice, and into joy. I could see a free people covered with white clothes walking among the rest. These are those reserved for our ministry of Israel. The Holy Lord will pour out his prophetic spirit of interceding worship, and reserved holiness upon this nation.

It is written in the Bible that all tribes shall be gathered again. We see the importance of our ministry when humanistic graeco-roman-judeo-christian culture of the west is at threat: Europe is at threat! Israel is at threat! By whom? The heretic Islam! Anyways. How amazing to discover we are living in the prophetic fulfillment of biblical scripture! For whenever the enemy raises his sword, God will answer, and protect us more mightily. Today is the day your European-Israeli ancestors rejoice as you take up your TRUE viking heritage as YOU become a part of our ministry; our culture which will never die; for we are God`s eternally chosen people. Our history, and heritage is so true, so eternal, so large, and so eternal that if Islam so floods us, we will stand firm. This is the biblical purpose with Norway of our time! The return to Israel!


Isaiah 11:11-12

And it shall come to pass on that day, that the Lord will set His hand again the second time to recover the remnant of His people, that shall remain from Assyria, and from Egypt and from Pathros and from Kush and from Eklam and from Shinar and from Hamath and from the islands of the sea.
And he shall set up an ensign for the nations and will assemble the dispersed of Israel and gather together the scattered of Judah from the four corners of the Earth.

Jeremiah 30:3

"The days are coming, 'declares the LORD,' when I will bring my people Israel and Judah back from captivity and restore them to the land I gave their ancestors to possess," says the LORD.

Ezekiel 36:24

"For I will take you out of the nations; I will gather you from all the countries and bring you back into your own land."

Jeremiah 29:11-14

"For I know the plans I have for you," declares the LORD, "plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.
Then you will call on me and come and pray to me, and I will listen to you.
You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart.
I will be found by you," declares the LORD, "And will bring you back from captivity. I will gather you from all the nations and places where I have banished you," declares the LORD, "And will bring you back to the place from which I carried you into exile."

Hosea 3:4-5

For the Israelites will live many days without king or prince, without sacrifice or sacred stones, without ephod or household gods.
Afterward the Israelites will return and seek the LORD their God and David their king. They will come trembling to the LORD and to his blessings in the last days.


Jeremiah 31:7

Moreover, the Lord says, “Sing for joy for the descendants of Jacob. Utter glad shouts for that foremost of the nations. Make your praises heard. Then say, ‘Lord, rescue your people. Deliver those of Israel who remain alive.’Then I will reply, ‘I will bring them back from the land of the north. I will gather them in from the distant parts of the earth. Blind and lame people will come with them, so will pregnant women and women about to give birth. A vast throng of people will come back here. 32:37 ‘I will certainly regather my people from all the countries where I will have exiled them in my anger, fury, and great wrath. I will bring them back to this place and allow them to live here in safety.

Revelations 7:1-17 After this I saw four angels standing at the four corners of the earth, holding back the four winds of the earth so no wind could blow on the earth, on the sea, or on any tree. Then I saw another angel ascending from the east, who had the seal of the living God. He shouted out with a loud voice to the four angels who had been given permission to damage the earth and the sea: “Do not damage the earth or the sea or the trees until we have put a seal on the foreheads of the servants of our God.” Now I heard the number of those who were marked with the seal, one hundred and forty-four thousand, sealed from all the tribes of the people of Israel: From the tribe of Judah, twelve thousand were sealed, from the tribe of Reuben, twelve thousand, from the tribe of Gad, twelve thousand, from the tribe of Asher, twelve thousand, from the tribe of Naphtali, twelve thousand, from the tribe of Manasseh, twelve thousand, from the tribe of Simeon, twelve thousand, from the tribe of Levi, twelve thousand, from the tribe of Issachar, twelve thousand, from the tribe of Zebulun, twelve thousand, from the tribe of Joseph, twelve thousand, from the tribe of Benjamin, twelve thousand were sealed. After these things I looked, and here was an enormous crowd that no one could count, made up of persons from every nation, tribe, people, and language, standing before the throne and before the Lamb dressed in long white robes, and with palm branches in their hands. They were shouting out in a loud voice, “Salvation belongs to our God, to the one seated on the throne, and to the Lamb!” And all the angels stood there in a circle around the throne and around the elders and the four living creatures, and they threw themselves down with their faces to the ground before the throne and worshiped God, saying, “Amen! Praise and glory, and wisdom and thanksgiving, and honor and power and strength be to our God for ever and ever. Amen!” Then one of the elders asked me, “These dressed in long white robes – who are they and where have they come from?” So I said to him, “My lord, you know the answer.” Then he said to me, “These are the ones who have come out of the great tribulation. They have washed their robes and made them white in the blood of the Lamb! For this reason they are before the throne of God, and they serve him day and night in his temple, and the one seated on the throne will shelter them. They will never go hungry or be thirsty again, and the sun will not beat down on them, nor any burning heat, because the Lamb in the middle of the throne will shepherd them and lead them to springs of living water, and God will wipe away every tear from their eyes.”


Revelations 14:1-5

Then I looked, and behold, a Lamb standing on Mount Zion, and with Him one hundred and forty-four thousand, having His Father’s name written on their foreheads. And I heard a voice from heaven, like the voice of many waters, and like the voice of loud thunder. And I heard the sound of harpists playing their harps. They sang as it were a new song before the throne, before the four living creatures, and the elders; and no one could learn that song except the hundred and forty-four thousand who were redeemed from the earth. These are the ones who were not defiled with women, for they are virgins. These are the ones who follow the Lamb wherever He goes. These were redeemed from among men, being firstfruits to God and to the Lamb. And in their mouth was found no deceit, for they are without fault before the throne of God.


We believe the timeframe of this gathering is now, and that God will physically gather the 144.000 lost tribes on Earth, and not only in Heaven as this is our mission to make the world a better place.

It is a great, and important part of ministry to know we live in the of fulfillment that the prophets spoke of when the exiled ten northern tribes of the northern kingdom of Israel shall return. It is our most important mission to be a worldwide tabernackle of Heaven on Earth!

I believe we are growing back together unto the olive-tree of Israel as we all take part in the blessings through Abraham, and heritage from jews to stand united as a new world. What other worldwide culture should we chose from? Humanism? Atheism? Satanism? Only judeo-christendom is true, and has the oldest, and greatest historical, and cultural value. It is truly as in Israel`s national anthem. ¨The Hope.¨ Only the enlightened will realize this.

Still: God forbids the creation of a new Babylon. We are to be separate tribes, and keep our ethnographic individuality: But all will unite through what must be taught as universal morale, and history at every school in the world: Israel, it`s Noahide laws, and it`s history. Not the false history of Islam.

Great powers are working to wash the truth of Biblical judeo-christian history with corrupt modern science. But the evidence is there. Solomon existed, and the jews crossed the Red Sea. Giants existed, and the Israelites defeated them. Jesus existed, and he died on a cross. All these truths are under severe attack.

All must protect Israel, and become spiritual jews! The blood of Abraham has spread all over Earth. Israel will unite black, white, yellow and red. Amen.

The reality that we have the ability to test ancestry through dna samples is another prophetic fulfillment coming closer to the peaceful universal Israel when messiah Ben David returns, after-which there shall be peace on earth forever. Isaiah 9.


Jews of today.

The scripture is clear about the return of the jews to Israel, as well as the rediscovery of the long lost tribes. We know from dna tests that most of the khazarian jews share common ancestry with sephardic mizrahi jews where 99% of those tested shared a common ancestor believed to be Levi the priest. We recon the askenazi tribe as being the spiritual tribe of Judah although only a fragment of them are Judah by heritage.

We know from linguistics, culture, names of landmarks, countries, dna, and archeological discoveries that the lost tribes wandered up to the area surrounding Turkey, and the Black Sea. Among these where the danes. These emmigrated northwards. They gave names to places like the rived Donau, Denmark etc. (Danmark is the Danish word, and Donau was called Danau.) The druidic religion of Europa share stunning linguistic, ritualistic, astrological, and sacred-day similarities with the tradition of the pagan danite Israel who wandered up north. The Danes are the reason we have the red, and white colours of Denmark and America. These colours belonged to the tribe of Dan. Dan is situated to the north, as fulfilled by their settlement in Scandinavia.

Numbers 2:25 ¨On the north will be the divisions of the camp of Dan under their standard. The leader of the people of Dan is Ahiezer son of Ammishaddai. ¨

The english population have strong semite traits to our day, especially with their long noses, and egg-like sculls.

We know that the emperors of Japan have artifacts e.g a mirror with hebrew letters on it as they unofficially trace their royal lineage to Israel.


The location of the arc of the covenant

We also know from dna findings that the ethiopian jews, as well as the Lemba tribe stem from the common jewish ancestor we believe to be Levi the Priest. Both tribes tell tales of being led out of Israel, and holy tools of the 1st Temple are still being kept by the Ethiopians! These are descendant of Levi and Judah.

Many conspiracy theorists claim that about 90%, or one million jews migrated southward into Africa after the destruction of the second temple in 71 AD. They further claim these settled in the lands where slavetrade shipped them over to America: Thus making the africans part of the tribe of Judah specifically. There is much evidence to support this.

The arc of the covenant as revealed in ¨the sign and the seal by Graham Hancock¨ proves that it almost certainly resides in Ethiopia. The ¨Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church¨ claims their ¨Our Lady Mary of Zion¨ church contains the arc of the covenant, which is under heavy guardianship by soldiers who often die shortly after assignment due to cancer or cataract. This proves the ancient thesis of this egyptian high-tech arc to be a relic weapon from a lost age, as it has powerful, dangerous radiation which kills all who guard it. There were many ¨arcs¨ made by Egypt`s high tech. Just check it out on google. Is it not strange that in the Indiana Jones movie ¨Raiders of the Lost Arc¨; we have nazis after the arc of the covenant! These were the teutonic knights templar which we trace ourselves from.


Is the holy Arc of the Covenant with the relics of Moses, and Aaron inside this church?!


Nazi and askenazi – two sides of the same coin?

The term nazi was given by jews to describe new-national germans. Both askenazi jews, and nazis are racially imperialistic.. Both have the term ¨nazi.¨ Many believe the teutonic knights secretly believed they were the new Israel, and we know Hitler had jewish ancestry. The American involvement in WW1 started after England promised Palestine to America. The jewish-owned newsmedia in America turned from pro-german to pro England over night; deciding the outcome of WW1. The jews betrayed their german homeland in favor for Zionism. The state of Israel was established shortly after WW2 by the Belford declaration. Nathan Rothschild…

Israel`s destiny now lies in our hands. For good or worse. It is the questionmark, and sign of our time. Especially in the media. The magog prophecies tell it will be destroyed. It also tells it will return some generations after. It is the biblical progression of our time which must be answered by repentance to God, and a return to the judeo-christian values and tradition NOW, or else there will be a third world war.

All must inherit Israel`s knowledge, history, and blessings as a one world united. As a common cultural-historical heritage. Noahide laws. Love and light. Jews, and christians must come together. A new crusade must begin: Bringing the gospel back to where it started: Israel. I recommend you read my book: How Jesus was the messiah. God speaks this to prophets from all over the world, and chinese christians are especially supportive of this last crusade.

Will YOU do your duty, and run your marathon? It would be better to stand up before war breaks out, and embrace the revival-renaissance. The world will inevitably be one, and the jews stand firm in belief that Israel will be the global center. If we were to choose a global culture; what could be richer, and more humanistic than the judeo-christian values of the Noahide? Embrace the everlasting culture, and save your own at the same time. This road can`t go wrong. You can be a nationalist, and an Israelite at the same time. Israel is a nationalist country themselves! Start wearing hats. That alone should solve the ¨immigration problems¨.

We must be a stronghold, and outpost on the moralistic end of the gap between us, and the heathen outpost. I deem both conservatives, and liberals as  necessary for balanced equlibrium as we need both for the survival of graeco-roman UN humanistic values, and a world safe from medieval Islam. God bless the faithful Jews. I tend to support those living in Israel, not those who live in America.

We must all build villages for preservation of national colours, cultivation of national culture, and preservation of our religion`s history, traditions, ethics, morale, chivalry, and primarily enlightening knowledge. Our goal is to obtain all knowledge, and then distribute it freely to the masses. The mission of those called to this is living the monastic, godly life of goodness, caring, loving and evangelizing. Their mission is social-anthropology, entrepreneurship, getting rich, building the kingdom as described in our objectives, starting churches, civilizing, and enlightening.

God is clear in his word. The lost tribes will come back, and I here have them all identified after years of research:


Respective tribes by nation and birthdate.

Ephraim – Brittain

Manasseh – USA

Reuben – France

Simeon – Scattered – Yet we know of Wales and Eire

Levi – Scattered with the sephardim, mizrahim, and Ethiopians jews who guard their supposed arc of the covenant. Some say african Lemba tribe jews, and nigerian ibo jews.

Jehudah – Sephardim, and mizrahim jews, perhaps some of the previously mentioned african jews, the royals of the Priory of Europe, and Teutonic Knights, as well as the royalty of Japan as seen through their relic mirror hebrew letters. European noble families with crests of lions are generally believed to be related to King David.

Issachar – Swiss and Fins

Zebulon – Netherlands

Gad – Sweden

Asher – Ireland

Benjamin – With the jews

Dan – Danes, Celts and America. (Red, and white are Dan`s colours.)

Naphtali – Norwegians

That`s right! We norwegians are Naphtali. The week I was adopted into the family by two swedish jews who revealed I was called into judaism as Naphtali, God spoke clearly to me in visions showing me how the viking-ships of jewish tribes sailed North. He showed me how these Danes knew of their Israeli tribal heritage, and that God blessed them as they dedicated their land to their tribe. I also saw more deer that week than in any other in my life, and my alternative parents can confirm this. The deer is the sacred animal to Naphtali. I am from the tribe of Naphtali and Judah.

Source: Years of research, historical facts, modern myths, linguistics, dna-samples, The Sign, And The Seal by Graham Hancock,, and the books by Yair Davidiy

For people not prove their ancestry through dna, or are from another country than those above, I offer this Rastafarian list to chose from:



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It is written that in the last days all tribes shall be gathered again.

The only possible meaning is that there will be a ONE CHRISTIAN WORLD! The new Jerusalem.