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Ayin (Hebrew Letter)

The letter AYIN Χ’ represents the number seventy in the Hebrew alphabet and numerology. It is a symbol of perception and insight. The word AYIN

Zayin (Hebrew Letter)

The letter ZAYIN has a numerical value of seven, alluding to the seven days in which the world was created. As the number seven, ZAYIN

Gematria

Each letter of the Hebrew alphabet is allocated a particular numerical value, depending on its position in the Hebrew alphabet. These days, Hebrew speakers use

Samech (Hebrew Letter)

The letter SAMECH equals the number sixty in Hebrew numerology. Its circular form is symbolic of the endless cycle of life. The letter SAMECH is

Vav (Hebrew Letter)

The letter VAV is equal to the number six and is the symbol of connection, portraying a bridge in structure. As the number six, the

Hebrew Printing

Printing revolutionised the world. It brought knowledge to the masses, increased literacy and spread information. This was also true of Hebrew printing and its effect

Nun (Hebrew Letter)

The letter NUN has a numerical value of fifty, and is the symbol of faithfulness. There are two forms of the letter NUN: the bent

Heh (Hebrew Letter)

HEY represents the number five. It appears twice in the sacred Name of God, deeming it a symbol of Divinity. The letter HEY is comprised

Tav (Hebrew Letter)

As the final letter of the Hebrew alphabet, TAV is equal to the number four hundred and is symbolic of perfection. The word TAV means

Mem (Hebrew Letter)

MEM, the Hebrew letter that equals the number forty, has an open and a closed form. The open MEM appears anywhere but at the end

Dalet (Hebrew Letter)

The letter DALET is the fourth in the Hebrew alphabet. It is equivalent to the number four and is said to symbolise selflessness. The First

Shin (Hebrew Letter)

The letter SHIN, being equivalent to the number three hundred in the Hebrew alphabet, and represents Divine power as it is the initial letter of

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