8663. And bowed himself down. That this signifies immission, is evident from the signification of "bowing down," as being humiliation and submission (n. 2153, 5682, 7068), but in this case immission,* because it is predicted of truth Divine relatively to Divine good.
* "Immission" is the correlative of "emission," and is found in Heaven and Hell n. 551e, and Apocalypse Explained n. 503:4. The verb immittere, in the sense of "to let into," is rather frequently used by Swedenborg. [REVISER.]