9555. And there shall be six reeds going out of the sides thereof. That this signifies all things of truth from good in the complex, is evident from the signification of "six," as being all things in the complex (see n. 3960, 7973, 8148); and from the signification of "reeds going out of the sides," as being truths from good. For by "the reeds out of the lampstand" is signified the like as by the arms and hands of a man, because each and all things in nature bear relation to the human form, and have their signification therefrom (n. 9496, 9553). (The "arms" and "hands" in man correspond to truths from good, and to the derivative power, n. 878, 4931-4937, 5327, 5328, 6292, 6947, 7188, 7189, 7205, 7518, 7673, 8050, 8153, 8281, 9025, 9133.) From all this it is evident that by "the six reeds going out of the sides" are signified all things of truth from good in the complex.