9843. Six of their names on the one stone. That this signifies all the quality of truths from good, is evident from the signification of the number "six," as being all (see n. 3960, 7973, 8148), here all truths from good (of which in what follows); from the signification of "names," as being quality (as above, n. 9842); and from the signification of "on a stone," as being an impressing on the memory (of which also above, n. 9841). That all truths from good are meant, is because there were two stones on which were engraved the names of the sons of Israel, and the one stone was on the right shoulder, and the other on the left shoulder; and those things with man which are on his right, correspond to the good from which are truths, that is, to truths from good; while those things which are on his left, correspond to the truths through which is good (n. 9604, 9736). Thus the names of the sons of Israel engraved on the stone which was on the right shoulder, signified truths from good; and those on the left shoulder, signified truths through which is good.