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Leviticus 14

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1 And the Lord said unto Moses, saying:
2 here is the leper law, when it is necessary to purify it: they will bring it to the priest;
3 the priest will leave the camp, and if the priest sees that the leper was healed of the disease of the leper,
4 then the priest will order to take for the two birds being cleaned living clean, cedar wood, scarlet thread and hyssop,
5 and the priest will order one bird to be slaughtered over an earthen vessel, over living water;
6 and he himself will take a living bird, a cedar tree, a scarlet thread and hyssop, and he will drench them and a living bird in the blood of a bird stabbed over living water,
7 and sprinkle on the one cleansed of leprosy seven times, and declare it clean, and let the living bird in the field.
8 The one being cleaned will wash his clothes, cut off all his hair, wash with water, and be clean; then he will enter the camp and stay seven days outside his tent;
9 on the seventh day he will cut off all his hair, his head, his beard, the eyebrows of his eyes, all his hair will be cut off, and he will wash his clothes, and his body will be washed with water, and he will be clean;

10 on the eighth day he will take two rams without blemish, and one year old sheep without blemish, and three tenths of a wheat flour mixed with oil for an offering of bread, and one log of oil;
eleven the cleansing priest will set the man to be cleaned with them before the Lord at the entrance of the tabernacle of the congregation;
12 and the priest will take one ram, and present him as a sacrifice of service, and a log of oil, and bring it, shaking before the Lord;
thirteen and slaughter the ram in the place where they sacrifice the sacrifice for sin and burnt offering, in the holy place, for this sacrifice of service, like the sacrifice for sin, belongs to the priest: this is a great shrine;
14 and the priest will take the blood of the victim of conscription, and lay the priest on the edge of the right ear of the person being cleared and on the thumb of his right hand and on the thumb of his right foot;
fifteen and the priest will take from the log of oil and pour it on his left palm;
16 and the priest shall dip his right finger in the oil that is on his left palm, and sprinkle oil on his finger seven times before the Lord;
17 the remaining oil, which is in his palm, will be laid by the priest on the edge of the right ear of the person being cleared, on the thumb of his right hand and on the thumb of his right foot, [at the place where] the blood of the victim of conscription;
18 and the rest of the oil that is in the palm of the priest, he will lay on the head of the cleansed, and his priest will cleanse before the Lord.
19 And the priest will make a sacrifice for sin, and he will cleanse him who is being cleansed of his uncleanness; after that he will kill the burnt offering;
20 and the priest shall lay a burnt offering and a bread offering on the altar; and the priest will cleanse him, and he will be clean.

21 If he is poor and lacking prosperity, then let him take one ram as a sacrifice of duty for shaking, to cleanse himself, and one tenth of [eph] wheat flour mixed with oil for the bread offering, and the log for oil,
22 and two turtledoves or two young pigeons, that his hand will take, one [of the birds] as a sacrifice for sin, and the other as a burnt offering;
23 and he will bring them on the eighth day of his cleansing to the priest at the entrance of the tabernacle of the congregation, before the Lord;
24 the priest will take the ram of the sacrifice of service and the log of oil, and the priest will bring it, shaking before the Lord;
25 and he slaughtered the ram as a sacrifice of conscription, and the priest takes the blood of the sacrifice of conscription, and puts it on the edge of the right ear of the cleansed and on the thumb of his right hand and on the thumb of his right foot;
26 and the priest will pour oil on his left palm,
27 and the oil that is in his left palm, the priest sprinkles from his right finger seven times before the Lord;
28 and the priest shall lay the oil that is in his palm, on the edge of the right ear to be cleansed, on the thumb of his right hand and on the thumb of his right foot, in places where the blood of the victim of conscription;
29th and the rest of the oil that is in the palm of the priest, he will lay on the head of the cleansed, to cleanse it before the face of the Lord;
thirty and bring one of the turtledoves or one of the young pigeons that the hand [of being cleared] will reach
31 from the fact that his hand will be taken, one [bird] as a sacrifice for sin, and the other as a burnt offering, along with a bread offering; and the priest will cleanse the one being cleansed before the Lord.
32 Here is the leper law, which at the time of its purification does not have enough.

33 And the Lord said to Moses and Aaron, saying:
34 when you enter the land of Canaan, which I give you into possession, and I will bring a plague of leprosy on the houses in the land of your possession,
35 then the one whose house should go and say to the priest: an ulcer appeared in my house.
36 The priest will order to empty the house before the priest enters to examine the ulcer so that everything in the house does not become unclean; after this the priest will come to inspect the house.
37 If he, having examined the ulcer, sees that the ulcer on the walls of the house consists of greenish or reddish yams, which will be deepened in the wall,
38 then the priest will leave the house to the door of the house and ban the house for seven days.
39 On the seventh day, the priest will come again, and if he sees that the ulcer has spread along the walls of the house,
40 then the priest will order to break down the stones on which the ulcer is, and throw them outside the city into an unclean place;
41 and let the whole house be scraped, and the smear that is scraped will be poured out of the city into an unclean place;
42 and they will take other stones, and put in place of those stones, and take another coating, and coat the house.
43 If the ulcer reappears and blooms on the house after the stones are broken and the house is scraped and coated,
44 then the priest will come and examine, and if the ulcer on the house has spread, then this is caustic leprosy on the house, he is unclean;
45 this house must be broken, and its stones and its wood and all the plaster of the house must be taken out of the city to an unclean place;
46 he who enters the house at all times when he is locked is unclean until evening;
47 and he who sleeps in that house shall wash his clothes; and he who eats in the house shall wash his clothes.
48 If the priest comes and sees that the ulcer on the house has not spread after the house was coated, the priest will declare the house clean because the ulcer has passed.
49 And to clean the house, he will take two birds, a cedar tree, a scarlet thread and hyssop,
fifty and slaughtered one bird over an earthen vessel, over living water;
51 and he will take a cedar tree and hyssop, and a scarlet thread and a living bird, and will drench them in the blood of a bird with stabbed and living water, and sprinkle the house seven times;
52 and he will cleanse the house with the blood of a bird and living water, and a living bird and a cedar tree, and hyssop and a scarlet thread;
53 and he will let a living bird outside the city into the field and cleanse the house, and be clean.

54 Here is the law on every leprosy ulcer and lousy
55 and about leprosy on clothes and at home,
56 (14-55) and about a tumor, and about lichens, and about spots, -
57 (14-56) to indicate when it is unclean and when it is clean. Here is the leprosy law.

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