The Ailment of
Part 2: How Tzaraat Applies to Moshiach
|Tzaraat – Literal Sense||Tzaraat – Deeper Sense|
|Not since Biblical Times||Because very high levels required|
|Negative speech is the cause||Because he is too high - problems with expression|
|On the skin||Only external (inside – all good). What people see.|
|Bright white spots||White is good but too bright – problematic (dazzles)|
|Very impure||He has immense energy – can do a lot of damage if not conveyed appropriately|
|Expelled from the Community||Because too high – doesn't belong in amongst others|
|The Torah (= process) of purification||Torah will enable the purification|
|Purification through cedar-wood and hyssop||Metzora to remain a cedar but adopt the humility of hyssop|
|Not all Tzaraat instances are impure||Tzaraat is really a good thing. Just needs to be in a pure form.|
You guessed it.
What’s changing at the End of Days
to bring Tzaraat from ancient times
back into play?
The hefty criteria of Tzaraat are:
from Part 1
These signs will be illustrated on AboutMoshiach.com in due course, G-d willing.
Refer to the Deep Evil slides for more details.
That calls for Tzaraat…
What sort of "Tzaraat" can the World experience?
|The Person||Increasing good, decreasing bad.
Once perfection achieved:
|His high levels become physically visible on his skin (=Tzaraat)||Others are exposed to his high levels and either reject or embrace.|
|The World||Working toward spiritual perfection of the world throughout history.
Not so visible (as "inside").
|Messianic Tzaraat becomes physically visible in the World through Moshiach and his generation.||The world ("outside") is exposed to Messianic Tzaraat and either reject or embrace.|
Now why would Messianic Tzaraat be rejected?