Yet again we have a biblical passage from the Torah which is not a messianic prophecy. This one is very selective. To remind you, Vayikra / Leviticus chapter 16 has to do with the various qorbanot (sacrifices) brought on Yom Kippur (the day of atonements). The list maker selectively quotes Vayikra / Leviticus 16:27 which says “The bull and goat presented as sin offerings, whose blood was brought into the [inner] sanctuary to make atonement, shall be brought outside the camp. There, their skin, flesh and entrails shall be burned in fire.”
The animals mentioned in line 27 (the bull and the goat) have already been killed (back in lines 11 “He shall then slaughter his bull as a sin offering” and 15 “He shall then slaughter the people's sin offering goat.”
We discussed that the sin sacrifice, aka the חַטָּאת / chatat, was for a missing of the mark (you tried to do good but missed). Vayikra / Leviticus 16:16 says that the bull and goat which were sin sacrifices made “atonement for the Israelites' defilement (entering the sanctuary or eating sacrifice while unclean), as well as for their rebellious acts and all their inadvertent misdeeds.”
The sins of the community were actually sent into the desert on the living scapegoat (not a sacrificed animal).
So this comparison is pretty ridiculous – the list maker is comparing Matthew 27:33 “They came to a place called Golgotha (which means “the place of the skull”)” – the dead animals mentioned in Vayikra / Leviticus 16:27 were not taken to Golgotha – so what does that have to do with Jesus being taken to Golgotha? How is Vayikra / Leviticus 16:27 a prophecy of Matthew 27:33? It isn’t. Quite clearly.
The list maker also compares Vayikra / Leviticus 16:17 to Hebrews 33:11 which says “The high priest carries the blood of animals into the Most Holy Place as a sin offering, but the bodies are burned outside the camp.” This is just a statement of what was done on Yom Kippur – it is not prophecy, it is simply a statement of what was done to the Yom Kippur bull and goat sin sacrifices.
The next line in Hebrews, line 33:12 says “And so Jesus also suffered outside the city gate to make the people holy through his own blood.”
Jesus may well have suffered outside the city gates, but the two animals he is compared to in Vayikra / Leviticus 16:27 were already dead when their bodies were taken from the Temple and brought outside the city. Also “There, (the bull and goat sin sacrifices) skin, flesh and entrails shall be burned in fire.”
Last I heard, Jesus’ body was not burned in a fire. Again, the comparison doesn’t fit Jesus at all:
No one can be made holy through Jesus’ blood. "You shall not corrupt the land in which you live, for the blood corrupts the land, and the blood which is shed in the land cannot be atoned for except through the blood of the one who shed it." Bamidbar / Numbers 35:33.
Human blood corrupts the land, far from human blood being spilled making people holy, human spilled blood is considered disgusting – it corrupts the land. See the post: From beginning to end. . .human sacrifices are FORBIDDEN. . . "if a man strikes down any human being he shall be put to death.. . . one who strikes a person shall be put to death. . . One law shall be exacted for you, convert and resident alike, for I am the L-rd, your G-d." Vayikra / Leviticus 24. Jews are also forbidden from drinking blood or eating non-kosher meat (thus the idea of Christian communion is rejected by the Torah. . .
So far the list maker is 0 for 31. The list maker compares the burning of dead sacrificial animals burnt outside the city to Jesus being murdered and suffering outside the city (alive until he dies). Vayikra / Leviticus 16:27 is not a prophecy, let alone a messianic prophecy. It does not foreshadow Jesus in any way.