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resolve
1st March 15, 09:41 AM
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Really great story. It's from Hebrew. It is the symbol for "sh", the first syllable used in Shekinah, the feminine aspect of God (the Glory of God, it's a feminine word which means to dwell/inhabit and is used to denote the Holy Spirit in Christianity) and was part of a prayer ceremony in the Jewish congregation he grew up in. It's pretty cool how he explains why he used it in Star Trek as the Vulcan salute.

Spade: The Real Snake
1st March 15, 09:43 AM
Is he talking through his dentures in this video, like he did in the Star Trek reboot?

Üser Friendly
1st March 15, 12:02 PM
I though it just meant V for Vulcan

nihilist
1st March 15, 05:34 PM
It stands for Vulkgina.