Read this and let this sink for a minute.
I have mentioned before that the church suffers according to the red heifer. The commentary by Glenn Kreider on Jonathan Edwards say this. Here is why they need these ashes.
“Among the various types of tumah (ritual impurities) enumerated in the Torah, the kind acquired from direct contact with a human corpse is unique. One who acquires such tumah is considered a “tamei met,” and in addition to the standard ritual immersion required to remove tumah, the Torah mandates that he be sprinkled with ashes of a parah adumah (“parat chatat”) on the third and seventh day after such contact. The cow used must be completely red,  older than three years (Parah 1:1), with no physical blemishes. Furthermore, the cow must have been purchased by the beit din with Temple funds for the purpose of preparing the requisite ashes, and have never worked (Shekalim 4:2)….The parah adumah is necessary to remove only one kind of tumah—tumat met. The corpse is called avi avot hatumah (a post-Talmudic term), and anyone who becomes tamei from a corpse is an av hatumah.” (https://www.ou.org/torah/machshava/tzarich-iyun/tzarich_iyun_the_parah_adumah/)
The red heifer is needed for one thing. To remove ritual impurities (tumah) from someone who has been in contact with a dead body. Think about that…why would they need 660 billion sprinklings to remove an impurity caused by dead bodies? Because the church suffers according to the red heifer and persecution will ensue when this heifer is burnt.
I’ve been reading Maimonides “mishneh torah”. It is basically a in depth commentary on the five books of Moses. “The Mishneh Torah (Hebrew: מִשְׁנֵה תּוֹרָה, “Repetition of the Torah”), subtitled Sefer Yad ha-Hazaka (ספר יד החזקה “Book of the Strong Hand”), is a code of Jewish religious law (Halakha) authored by Maimonides (Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon). The Mishneh Torah was compiled between 1170 and 1180 CE (4930 and 4940 AM), while Maimonides was living in Egypt, and is regarded as Maimonides’ magnum opus.”
I’ve been reading the 10th book on purity which has an in depth look into the red heifer sacrifice. I’ve found some interesting things. For one, the High Priest doesn’t have to be the one to sacrifice those red heifer. It can actually be a regular “Joe” priest. So who actually does it may have no bearing on what happens. The other things was that whoever actually does it has to be secluded by himself for 7 days prior. And he has to sprinkle ashes of the red heifer on himself for everyday but the 4th day or just on the 3rd and 7th day. There is a discrepancy there.
Here is what is really interesting about this. Being that the 4th day is excluded from sprinkling of the ashes on himself, they make sure that day is on a Sabbath. So they say he goes into hiding on a Wednesday. This puts the 7th day and the day that the heifer is burnt is on a Tuesday. I mentioned what Tuesday represents before and what is really interesting is that the practice heifer they did in June was on a Tuesday and if you remember, I talked about the seal of solomon ritual wth the new moon that just so happens to be on a Tuesday in April of 2020 that just so happens to be Passover week. It is a few months beforethe heifer turns 2 but at this point I think any “rule or law” pertaining to this particular heifer is being thrown out the window. In still leaning toward after September of 2020.
Something else to think about….
The laws pertaining to the Red Heifer according to Maimodenes are insane. Chapter 10 from Parah Adumah mention how the waters of “purification” are to be distributed. Who can do it? Basically anyone but a few. Read the excerpts I posted. The ashes and water can travel city to city and be sprinkled on you without you knowing it. I’m not saying “chemtrails” but, you know…water can be sprinkled on someone with or without their knowledge of it happening. Not a great thing.
I think it may be easier to get pulled uphill on a rocky road riding a skateboard playing operation and getting all 10 pieces out without touching the sides. Get my point?
So at this point the red heifer sacrifice is a sin. It is an abomination that will brick bring about judgement.
So the red heifer is burnt so that the ashes can be used for the ritual of purification. The High Priest that performs this ceremony, then becomes unclean (spiritually impure) while performing this ceremony. That is the paradox Solomon couldn’t solve. I even look at it like this, the red heifer needs to be without blemish to be the perfect abomination.
“Parah adumah is a red heifer. Everything about it bespeaks gevurah – strict judgment. “Take for you a perfectly red unblemished cow, upon which no yoke was laid.”
1) The word parah (heifer) is etymologically related to the word pur – force. The word gevurah also means force. Thus parah-heifer – signifies gevurah-force (or judgment).
2) The color red also represents judgment, i.e., gevurah.
3) “Perfectly red” represent severe unmitigated judgment.
4) “Unblemished” means perfect, which is also a manifestation of judgment – we judge it if it is perfect enough to qualify as a parah adumah.
5) “Upon which no yoke was laid” – a further limitation connoting judgment-gevurah.
We see that Parah Adumah is an embodiment of gevurah in its full measure. Burning it to ashes further contributes to the aspect of gevurah, because fire represents gevurah as well. So ashes of parah adumah represent gevura2– judgment squared.” (http://www.quantumtorah.com/the-paradox-of-parah-adumah/)