Metaphysical meaning of Rakkon (mbd)
Rakkon, rak'-kon (Heb.)--beaten out; thinness; overlaid; well-watered; extreme boundary; furthermost shore.
A city of Dan (Josh. 19:46). Meta. In I Corinthians 3:6 Paul says, "I planted, Apollos watered; but God gave the increase." Paul signifies the converted will sowing the word of Truth (seed) in all parts of the body; Apollos, who waters the growing Truth in consciousness, signifies understanding. Thus Rakkon, a city of Dan, and meaning well-watered, signifies a thought center, belonging to the judgment faculty in man, that is well supplied with understanding, discernment, discrimination.
Beaten out, thinness, overlaid, extreme boundary show that this group of discriminative, discerning thoughts has become established in substance in some degree; its influence has spread throughout the consciousness, acting as a covering or protection.