9943. And thou shalt make a miter of fine linen. That this signifies the wisdom there, is evident from the signification of "a miter," as being intelligence, and when said of the Lord, who is here represented by Aaron, as being wisdom (see n. 9827); and from the signification of "fine linen," as being truth from a celestial origin (n. 9469); for the wisdom which is here signified by "the miter" comes from this truth. For all wisdom and intelligence are from the Divine truth that proceeds from the Lord's Divine good. There are no other wisdom and intelligence that really are such, because there are none from any other source. Intelligence is to know and understand truths Divine, and afterward to have faith in them; and wisdom is to will and love these truths, and from this to live according to them.