Metaphysical meaning of Sychar (mbd)

Metaphysical meaning of Sychar (mbd)
Sychar, sy'-char (Heb.)--drunken; hilarious; merry; deeply drunk; madness; falsehood; deceit; deception; disappointment; foolish; impious; ungodly.

A city of Samaria (John 4:5).

Meta. Sychar (drunken) signifies a confused state of mind or a mixed state of consciousness, idolatry. Sychar is located near the parcel of ground that Jacob gave to his son Joseph; this ground symbolizes the forehead, the seat of intellectual perception. Here was Jacob's well--inspiration through the intellect alone. (See SAMARIA; Sychar was a city of Samaria.)

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