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Appendix V. Table of Sacrifices and Offerings

The Tabernacle of Israel, by George de Charms, 1969

TABLE OF SACRIFICES AND OFFERINGS
KIND PURPOSE ANIMAL MODE SIGNIFICATION
BURNT OFFERINGS

SANCTIFICATION

WORSHIP OF THE

LORD FROM LOVE.

1. Male ram or kid.

1st year

Holocaust

Implantation of truth

and good in the

internal man

2. Male bullock.

1st year

Holocaust

Implantation of truth

and good in the

external man

3. Turtle dove or

pigeon

Holocaust

SACRIFICES

EXPIATION OF

SIN

WORSHIP OF THE

LORD FROM FAITH

OR OBEDIENCE

1. Sin offering

To expiate a sin

against God

a. For a private

person

Female kid or lamb

1st year

Blood sprinkled on

horns of altar. Flesh

eaten by priests in

the court

Expiation by the

good of innocence

from the Lord

b. For a ruler

Male kid. 1st year

(Same as above)

Expiation by the

good of the rational

or the spiritual man

V.

c. For a priest

Bullock. 1st year

Blood sprinkled on

altar of incense, on

horns of brazen altar,

and 7 times toward

the veil. Flesh burned outside the camp.

Expiation by the

good of the natural

KIND PURPOSE ANIMAL MODE SIGNIFICATION
d. For the whole

congregation. (On

the day of atonement)

Bullock and goat

Blood sprinkled on

the mercy seat, and

as in c

Expiation by the

good of the natural

2. Trespass offering

To expiate a sin

against the neighbor

Ram. 1st year

(usually)

Blood sprinkled on

diagonal opposite

corners of altar.

Restitution of equal

value, plus 1/5

Expiation by the

good of innocence.

Internal repentance

3. Peace offerings

Worship from free

will or from the

good of love

a. Thank offerings

Thanks for a

gratuitous favor

Animals of herd

or flock, male or female

Blood sprinkled as

in trespass offering.

Thanks for a favor

received in response

Part of flesh burned,

and the rest eaten at

b. Votive offerings

to prayer. Fulfilling

a vow

home. Waved and

heaved

c. Free-will offerings

Confidence and trust.

Offered when a favor

is asked

MEAT OFFERINGS

WORSHIP FROM

GOOD.

1. Bread of

unleavened things

Fine flour, olive oil

salt. Frankincense

, Baked in oven pan,

or cooking pot. Small

portion burned on

2. Cakes mixed

with oil

altar with frankincense.

The rest eaten by

the priests. Libation

Retained in the

holy supper

3. Cakes anointed

with oil

of wine

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