Halakhah Shammai 613 commandments
Halakhah Shammai version (as practised by the Carites of Halychyna).
- 1 Liturgical Year
- 2 Torah
001) E.12:2, Aviv (March) should be the first month of the Liturgical year.
002) E.12:3, On the 10th of Aviv the head of each Abrahamic family must choose the Paschal śeh.
003) E.12:4, Abrahamic families too small to ’āḵal a whole Paschal śeh must unite with their nearest Abrahamic neighbour for Passover.
004) E.12:4, The Paschal śeh must be shared fairly according to what each Abrahamite can ’āḵal.
005) E.12:5, The Paschal śeh must be male, and the perfect śeh of the year; from hakkəḇāśîm or hā‘izzîm.
006) E.12:6, Abrahamites must observe the Passover śeh from the 10th of Aviv until Passover (14th Aviv).
007) E.12:6 The Abrahamic Synagogue (society)'s special Order shall šāḥaṭ the Passover śeh in the twilight of the 14th of Aviv.
008) E.12:7, The Abrahamites must daub the blood of the Paschal śeh on the posts and lintels of their doors of the houses where they ’āḵal it.
009) E.12:8, After šāḥaṭ of The Paschal śeh it must be flamed and ’āḵal with Marorim and Matzot.
010) E.12:9, The Paschal śeh must not be ’āḵal raw.
011) E.12:9, The Paschal śeh must not be ’āḵal boiled.
012) E.12:9, The Paschal śeh has to be flamed whole, head, feet and entrails.
013) E.12:10 There shall not be any remnants of the Paschal śeh in the morning after Passover.
014) E.12:10 If there are leftovers from the Paschal śeh on Passover morning (14th Aviv) it must be burned up completely.
015) E.12:11 Abrahamites must ’āḵal the Paschal śeh quickly wearing a belt, sandals and a staff in hand.
016) E.12:14, Abrahamites has to honor the memory of Passover for all generations, an ordinance for ever to celebrate it.
017) N.28:16-17, in the first month, on the fourteenth day of the month is the Passover of he who is, and on the fifteenth day of this month there is to be Ecclesia; for seven days in total you shall eat Matzot.
018) E.12:15, seven days a year, believers should eat unleavened bread.
019) E.12:18, From the eve of the fourteenth day of the first month the faithful must eat unleavened bread, until the eve of the twenty-first day of the month.
020) E.12:15, on the first day of Matzot, the believers must remove all śə’ōr from their homes.
021) E.12: 19, seven days (a year) there must not be any śə’ōr in their houses.
022) E.12:15 E.12:19 For whosoever eateth Chametz from the first day until the seventh day, that soul shall be cut off from society (the synagogue), whether they be a pilgrim, or one born in the land.
023) E.12:16, the first day of Unleavened Bread (14th Aviv) believers must hold Ecclesia, no work should be done; except preparing food for everyone to eat, that much you may do.
024) E.12:16, the seventh day of Unleavened Bread (20th Aviv) believers must hold Ecclesia, no work should be done; except preparing food for everyone to eat, that much you may do.
025) Leviticus 23:6, The fifteenth day of Aviv is the feast of unleavened bread unto he who is.
026) E.12:17, Abrahamites have to honour the memory of Matzot for all generations, an ordinance for ever to celebrate it.
027) Deuteronomy 16:8, from 15th to 20th continue to eat Matzot and on the 21st hold an Ecclesia of he who is God, do no work.
Moses said: D.1:13 - 18, Choose wise and discerning and experienced men from your tribes, and Moses will appoint them as your heads......the heads of your tribes. Wise and experienced men, to be appointed as heads over you, leaders of thousands and of hundreds, of fifties and of tens, and officers for your tribes. Your judges are charged to "hear the cases between your fellow countrymen, and judge righteously between a man and his fellow countryman, or the alien who is with him. 17 You shall not show partiality in judgment; you shall hear the small and the great alike. You shall not fear man, for the judgment is God’s. The case that is too hard for you, you shall bring to" Moses' seat to be heard. Moses "commanded you at that time all the things that you should do" as follows:
Exodus 20 to 24
E.20:1Then God spoke all these words, saying: 2“I AM IS HE WHO IS YOUR GOD, who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of slavery. 3“YOU SHALL HAVE NO OTHER GODS before me.
4“YOU SHALL NOT MAKE FOR YOURSELF ANY IDOL of any likeness of what is in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the water under the earth. 5“YOU SHALL NOT WORSHIP THEM OR SERVE THEM; for I, he who is your God, is a possessive God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children, on the third and the fourth generations of those who hate Me, 6but showing lovingkindness to thousands, to those who love Me and keep My commandments.
7“YOU SHALL NOT TAKE THE NAME OF HE WHO IS YOUR GOD IN VAIN, for he who is will not leave him unpunished who takes His name in vain.
8“REMEMBER THE SABBATH DAY, TO KEEP IT HOLY. 9“Six days you shall labor and do all your work, 10but the seventh day is a sabbath of he who is your God; in it you shall not do any work, you or your son or your daughter, your male or your female servant or your cattle or your sojourner who stays with you. 11“For in six days he who is made the heavens and the earth, the sea and all that is in them, and rested on the seventh day; therefore he who is blessed the sabbath day and made it holy.
12“HONOR YOUR FATHER AND YOUR MOTHER, that your days may be prolonged in the land which he who is your God gives you.
13“YOU SHALL NOT MURDER.
14“YOU SHALL NOT COMMIT ADULTERY.
15“YOU SHALL NOT STEAL.
16“YOU SHALL NOT BEAR FALSE WITNESS against your neighbor.
17“YOU SHALL NOT COVET your neighbor’s house; you shall not covet your neighbor’s wife or his male servant or his female servant or his ox or his donkey or ANYTHING THAT BELONGS TO YOUR NEIGHBOR.”
18All the people perceived the thunder and the lightning flashes and the sound of the trumpet and the mountain smoking; and when the people saw it, they trembled and stood at a distance. 19Then they said to Moses, “Speak to us yourself and we will listen; but let not God speak to us, or we will die.” 20Moses said to the people, “Do not be afraid; for God has come in order to test you, and in order that the fear of Him may remain with you, so that you may not sin.” 21But the people stood at a distance, while Moses approached the thick cloud where God was. 22Then he who is said to Moses, “Thus you shall say to the sons of Israel, ‘You yourselves have seen that I have spoken to you from heaven. 23‘YOU SHALL NOT MAKE OTHER GODS BESIDES ME; gods of platinum or gods of gold, you shall not make for yourselves.
24‘YOU SHALL MAKE AN ALTAR OF EARTH FOR ME AND YOU SHALL SACRIFICE ON IT
- your burnt offerings
- and your peace offerings,
- your sheep and your possessions;
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