10073. And the caul of the liver. That this signifies the interior good of the natural man purified, is evident from the signification of "the caul of the liver," as being the interior good of the external or natural man (see n. 10031). That it denotes good purified is because the liver is a purifying organ (n. 10031); and as by the "kidneys" is signified truth purified (n. 10032), hence also it is said that this caul near the kidneys shall be removed (Lev. 3:4, 10, 15).