3105. 'And two bracelets' means Divine Truth. This is clear from the meaning of 'bracelets' as truth, and here as Divine Truth since the subject in the internal sense is the Lord. The word 'two' is used because what is complete is then meant. The reason those bracelets were, placed over a bride's hands was that 'the bride' meant the Church and 'her hands' the powers derived from truth - 'the hands' having reference to truth, see 3091. That 'bracelets' means such things may be seen in Ezekiel 16:11-12, dealt with above in 3103, and again in the same prophet, in 23:42. Furthermore 'bracelets' were intended not only for a bride but also for a king, though a king wore them on his arm, as is clear in 2 Samuel 1:10, the reason being that kingship represented and also meant Divine Truth, which was the Lord's, 1672, 1728, 2015, 2069, 3009, and 'arm' meant power, 878.