A Reddish-White Plague

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131) What is a reddish-white plague? It is a real plague if the white is seen and the red does not go away. This is the meaning of the words, “reddish-white.” Thus, they are both seen there. Reddish-white means that the white is seen only in the red, like white and red together. Even though the white is visible, it is a plague if the red does not disappear from there, as it is written, “though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow.” This is so because when it becomes completely white, there is Rachamim and the judgments are absent.

White is Hesed and red is judgment. The Yod that entered the Ohr made it Avir, which is the harsh spark, and causes it to display the color red. If the Yod exits the Avir and he returns to being Ohr, the redness disappears.

The Yod that enters the Ohr is the Masach de Behina Aleph, which elicits the level of Hassadim. It is called “plague” because of the redness, which is judgment with absence of Hochma. Thus, even when there are Hassadim, the Hassadim do not help in purifying him until the Yod departs the Avir, which is the disappearance of the redness. Alternatively, the Hassadim emerge on Masach de Behina Aleph, when the Yod enters the Avir. At that time, the Hassadim are like the judgment that causes them, too. And since the level of Hassadim is invisible due to the Masach de Behina Aleph, the red, the white, too, meaning Hesed, is not more important than it.

132) Once it writes “plague” in masculine gender, and once it writes “plague” in feminine gender. When the NukvaMalchut is defiled by the iniquities of the lower ones, it writes “plague” in feminine gender. And when the male is not purified due to the iniquities of the lower ones, which is ZA at the degree of “person,” it writes “plague” in masculine gender.

133) These things are known to a priest, whether the judgments come from ZA or from Malchut. And the offerings that should be offered are known, as well, as it is written, “A male without blemish.” It is also written, “He shall bring it a female without blemish.” These things are known to the priest—where the judgments come from and where iniquities are from, and whether they cling to the male or to the female. This is why it is written about these offerings, “The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit,” unlike the rest of the offerings, of whom it does not say, “Broken spirit,” since they are peace to the world and the joy of the upper ones and the lower ones.

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