Metaphysical meaning of Rakkath (mbd)
Rakkath, rak'-kath (Heb.)--pouring out; flowing; bank; shore; coast.
Meta. Ideas of universal strength, flowing into individual consciousness and becoming established in substance. (Bank, shore, and coast relate to earth, or substance, lying alongside a stream or body of water. Rakkath is thought to have been situated on the shore of the Sea of Galilee. The Sea of Galilee represents life activity, soul energy, power, force, acting in conjunction with substance. Rakkath was a city of Naphtali, and Naphtali signifies the strength faculty in man.)