9644. Under the twenty planks. That this signifies which proceeds from the good that is from the Lord's Divine Human, is evident from the signification of "twenty," as being what is full, thus in every way and completely (see n. 9641); and from the signification of "the planks of the Habitation," as being the good which supports heaven (n. 9634). (That this good is the good of merit, thus the good of the Lord's Divine Human, see n. 7850, 9127; also that this is the only good which reigns in heaven, n. 9486.) That the truth signified by "the bases" is what proceeds from this good, is signified by the bases being "under the planks."