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1. Rebbi Yochanan says that if a Kohen brings the blood of a Korban closer to the Mizbe'ach without moving his feet, the Holachah is Pasul.
2. If the blood of a Korban was received in a utensil and subsequently spilled on the floor of the Azarah, it may be gathered up and is valid.
3. If a Kohen was sprinkling the blood of a Chatas ha'Of on the Mizbe'ach, and before the blood reached the Mizbe'ach his arm was severed, the Haza'ah is Pasul.
4. If a non-Kohen brings the blood of a Korban to the Mizbe'ach, and a Kohen takes it and brings it back to where it was originally, and then he brings it again to the Mizbe'ach, there is a disagreement about whether it is valid.
5. If a Kohen brings the blood of a Korban to the Mizbe'ach, and a non-Kohen takes it and brings it back to where it was originally, and then he brings it again to the Mizbe'ach, Rav Simi bar Ashi says that there is a disagreement about whether it is valid.
6. Rebbi Eliezer says if a Kohen who is doing a necessary Holachah has a Machshavas Pigul, it is Pigul. If it is an unnecessary Holachah it is not Pigul.
7. A non-Kohen may not receive the blood of a Korban.
8. If the blood or Chelev of a Korban offered by a Nochri becomes Tamei, the Tzitz of the Kohen Gadol does not atone. The Korban is Pasul.
A BIT MORE
1. The blood may no longer be sprinkled on the Mizbe'ach. The Korban is Pasul even if the Kohen brings the blood back to where it was originally, and then brings it again to the Mizbe'ach.
2. However, if the blood spilled directly from the neck of the animal onto the floor of the Azarah without first entering a Kli, it is Pasul.
3. The Haza'ah is not considered complete until the blood reaches the Mizbe'ach. Since the Kohen became a Ba'al Mum before that, the Haza'ah is Pasul.
4. There is a disagreement between the sons of Rebbi Chiya and Rebbi Yanai about whether it is possible to redo the Holachah, unlike Shechitah, Kabalah, and Zerikah, which never can be redone.
5. According to the opinion in the previous case that when a Kohen redoes the Holachah it is Kosher, in this case it is Pasul, and vice versa. However, Rava says that everyone agrees in this case that it is Pasul. The blood was distanced from the Mizbe'ach, so it must be brought back. Therefore, the final Holachah was necessary. Since it was done by a non-Kohen, it is Pasul.
6. If the animal was slaughtered away from the Mizbe'ach and the blood was brought toward the Mitzrayim, it is regarded as a necessary Holachah. If the animal was slaughtered close to the Mizbe'ach and the blood was brought away from the Mizbe'ach, it is regarded as an unnecessary Holachah. If the blood was first brought toward the Mizbe'ach and then it was distanced from the Mizbe'ach, and then it was brought back again, it is regarded as an unnecessary Holachah when it is distanced from the Mizbe'ach. When it is brought back again it is regarded as a necessary Holachah.
7. The blood of a Korban may not be received by a non-Kohen, an Onen, a Tevul Yom, a Mechusar Kipurim, a Kohen who is missing one of the four Bigdei Kehunah, a Kohen who did not wash his hands and feet from the Kiyor, an uncircumcised Kohen. a Kohen Tamei, a Kohen who is sitting or standing on utensils, on the feet of his friend, or on the feet of an animal.
8. The Tzitz atones only for the Korban of a Yisrael when the blood or Chelev become Tamei. It does not atone for the Korban of a Nochri.
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