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1When the LORD spoke to Moses and Aaron he said:

2When anyone has a discoloration on the skin of his body, a pustule or inflammation, and it may develop into the sores of a virulent skin disease, that person is to be brought to the priest, either to Aaron or to one of his sons.

3The priest is to examine the sore on the skin; if the hairs on the affected part have turned white and it appears to be more than skin deep, it must be considered the sore of a virulent skin disease, and, after examination, the priest will pronounce the person ritually unclean.

4But if the inflammation on his skin is white and seems no deeper than the skin, and not a single hair has turned white, the priest must isolate the affected person for seven days.

5If, when he examines him on the seventh day, the sore remains as it was and has not spread in the skin, he is to keep him in isolation for a further seven days.

6When on the seventh day the priest examines him again, if he finds that the sore has faded and has not spread on the skin, the priest will pronounce him ritually clean. It is only a scab; after washing his clothes, he will be clean.

7But if the scab spreads on the skin after he has been to the priest to be pronounced ritually clean, he must show himself a second time to the priest,

8who must examine him again. If it continues to spread, the priest will pronounce him ritually unclean; it is a virulent skin disease.

9When anyone has the sores of a virulent skin disease, he is to be brought to the priest,

10who then examines him. If there is a white mark on the skin, turning hairs white, and an ulceration appears in the mark,

11it is a chronic skin disease on the body, and the priest must pronounce him ritually unclean; there is no need for isolation because he is unclean already.

12If the skin disease spreads and covers the affected person from head to foot as far as the priest can see,

13the priest is to examine him, and if he finds the condition covers the whole body, he must pronounce him ritually clean. It has all gone white; he is clean.

14But as soon as raw flesh appears, he must be considered unclean.

15The priest, when he sees it, must pronounce him unclean. Raw flesh is to be considered unclean; it is a virulent skin disease.

16On the other hand, when the raw flesh heals and turns white, he is to go to the priest,

17who will examine him, and if the sores have gone white, he will pronounce him clean. He is ritually clean.

18When a fester appears on the skin and heals up,

19but is followed by a white mark or reddish-white inflammation on the site of the fester, the person affected must show himself to the priest.

20The priest will examine him, and if it seems to be beneath the skin and the hairs have turned white, the priest must pronounce him ritually unclean; it is a virulent skin disease which has broken out on the site of the fester.

21But if the priest on examination finds that it has no white hairs, is not beneath the skin, and has faded, he must isolate him for seven days.

22If the affection has spread at all in the skin, then the priest must pronounce him unclean; for it is a virulent skin disease.

23But if the inflammation is no worse and has not spread, it is only the scar of the fester, and the priest will pronounce him ritually clean.

24Again, in the case of a burn on the skin, if the raw spot left by the burn becomes a reddish-white or white inflammation,

25the priest is to examine it. If hair on the inflammation has turned white and it is deeper than the skin, it is a virulent skin disease which has broken out at the site of the burn. The priest must pronounce the person ritually unclean; it is a virulent skin disease.

26But if the priest on examination finds that there are no white hairs on the inflammation and it is not beneath the skin and has faded, he must keep him in isolation for seven days.

27When the priest examines him on the seventh day, if the inflammation has spread at all in the skin, the priest must pronounce him unclean; it is a virulent skin disease.

28But if the inflammation is no worse, has not spread, and has faded, it is only a mark from the burn. The priest will pronounce him ritually clean because it is the scar of the burn.

29When a man, or woman, has a sore on the head or chin,

30the priest is to examine it, and if it seems deeper than the skin and the hair is yellow and sparse, the priest must pronounce the person ritually unclean; it is a scale, a virulent skin disease of the head or chin.

31But when the priest sees the sore, if it appears to be no deeper than the skin and yet there are no yellow hairs on the place, the priest must isolate the affected person for seven days.

32When the priest examines the sore on the seventh day, if the scale has not spread and there are no yellow hairs on it and it seems no deeper than the skin,

33the person must be shaved except for the scurfy part, and be kept in isolation for another seven days.

34When the priest examines it again on the seventh day, if the scale has not spread on the skin and appears to be no deeper than the skin, the priest will pronounce the person clean. After washing his clothes the person will be ritually clean.

35But if the scale spreads at all in the skin after the person has been pronounced clean,

36the priest must make a further examination. If it has spread in the skin, the priest need not even look for yellow hairs; the person is unclean.

37If, however, the scale remains as it was but black hair has begun to grow on it, it has healed. The person is ritually clean and the priest will pronounce this.

38When a man, or woman, has inflamed patches on the skin and they are white,

39the priest is to examine them. If they are white and fading, it is vitiligo that has broken out on the skin. The person is ritually clean.

40When someone's hair falls out from his head, he is bald but not ritually unclean.

41If the hair falls out from the front of the scalp, he is bald on the forehead but clean.

42But if on the bald patch on his head or forehead there is a reddish-white sore, it is a virulent skin disease breaking out on those parts.

43The priest must examine him, and if the discoloured sore on the bald patch on his head or forehead is reddish-white, similar in appearance to a virulent skin disease on the body,

44the person is suffering from such a disease; he is ritually unclean and the priest must not fail to pronounce him so. The symptoms are in this case on his head.

45Anyone who suffers from a virulent skin disease must wear torn clothes and have his hair all dishevelled; he must conceal his upper lip, and call out, “Unclean, unclean.”

46So long as the sore persists, he is to be considered ritually unclean, and live alone, staying outside the camp.

47When there is a stain of mould, whether on a garment of wool or linen,

48or on the threads or woven piece of linen or wool, or on a hide or anything made of hide;

49if the stain is greenish or reddish in colour on the garment or hide, or on the threads or woven piece of cloth, or on anything made of hide, it is a stain of mould which must be shown to the priest.

50The priest must examine it and put the stained material aside by itself for seven days.

51On the seventh day he must examine it again. If the stain has spread on the garment, threads, piece of cloth, or hide, whatever the use of the hide, the stain is a rotting mould: it is ritually unclean.

52He must burn the garment or the threads or woven piece, whether wool or linen, or anything of hide which is stained; because it is a rotting mould, it must be destroyed by fire.

53But if the priest sees that the stain has not spread on the garment, threads, or piece of woven cloth, or anything made of hide,

54he is to give orders for the stained material to be washed, and then put it aside for another seven days.

55After it has been washed the priest must examine the stain; if it has not changed its appearance, even though it has not spread, it is unclean and you must destroy it by fire, whether the rot is on the right side or the wrong.

56If the priest examines it and finds the stain faded after being washed, he is to tear it out of the garment, or the hide, or the threads, or woven piece.

57If, however, the stain reappears in the garment, threads, or woven piece, or in anything made of hide, it is breaking out afresh and you must destroy by fire whatever is stained.

58If you wash the garment, threads, piece of woven cloth, or the article made of hide and the stain disappears, it must be washed a second time and then it will be ritually clean.

59Such is the law concerning stain of mould on a garment of wool or linen, on threads or a piece of woven cloth, or on anything made of hide; by it they will be pronounced ritually clean or unclean.



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