Metaphysical meaning of Mithkah (mbd)
Mithkah (A.V., Mithcah), mith'-kah (Heb.)--relish, sweetness; pleasantness; sweet (well or fountain).
Meta. A place, or condition, in the wilderness experience of one's truer thoughts (Israelites) that are on their way from the darkness of Egypt to the Promised Land, wherein an inflow of new substance and life is realized. This is indeed sweetness to one's higher consciousness. (Well or fountain points to the inner waters of life, or vitality, while the central idea in the name Mithkah is that of a child feeding with relish; thus substance and a feast are suggested.)