10268. And thou shalt anoint with it the Tent of meeting. That this signifies to represent the Divine of the Lord in the heavens, is evident from the signification of "anointing with the oil of holiness," as being to induce a representation of the Divine good of the Lord's Divine love in respect to the Divine Human; for "anointing" signifies to induce a representation, seeing that the things which were anointed were not called holy from the oil, but from the representation of the Divine which is signified by the oil, because "oil" signifies the Divine good of the Divine love, and "holiness" signifies the Divine Human, for this alone is holy (as can be seen from what has been shown above, n. 9954, 10011, 10019, 10264-10267); and from the signification of "the Tent of meeting," as being heaven in the whole complex; the inmost or third heaven being where was the ark of the Testimony; the middle or second heaven being where was the table on which were the breads of faces, and where also was the lampstand and the altar of incense; and the ultimate or first heaven being where was the court (see n. 9457, 9481, 9485, 9784, 9963, 10230, 10242, 10245). From this it is evident that by "anointing the Tent of meeting" is signified to induce a representation of the Divine good of the Lord's Divine love in respect to His Divine Human; and because this is signified by "anointing the Tent of meeting," there is also signified to represent the Divine of the Lord in the heavens. For heaven is not heaven from the angels as regarded in what is their own; but from the Divine of the Lord with them (see n. 9408, 10125, 10151, 10157, 10159).