Thursday, July 9, 2020

A cool tidbit about the letter "Shin"

Here's a cool tidbit for those who have never heard this before:

The Hebrew letter "Shin" (which looks like this שׁ and has an "S" or "Sh" sound, and is an emblem for Shaddai, “Almighty [God]”), was ironically first introduced to "the world" by the mythical Star Trek character, Spock (played by the Jewish man Leonard Nimoy), who decided to use the Hebrew sign, as the salutary Vulcan hand signal conveying the message, to “live long and prosper.”

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