9884. And thou shalt put the two cords of gold on the two rings. That this signifies the method of the indissoluble conjunction, is evident from the signification of "the cords," as being an indissoluble conjunction (of which above, n. 9880); from the signification of "gold," as being the good of love (of which also above, n. 9881). But the method of the conjunction is signified by "putting them on the two rings." From this it is evident that by "putting the two cords of gold on the two rings" is signified the method of the indissoluble conjunction of good with the Divine sphere.