HEBREW: THE FANTASIA OF LANGUAGE
In the Hebrew language, every letter is not only a letter, but also represents a number, a word, and a concept.
For example, the letter aleph, the first letter of the alphabet, has the numerical value of one. Aleph is also a word which means to champion, or to lead.
The second letter of the alphabet, bet, has the numerical value of two and also means house ― bayit in Hebrew.
Hebrew letters, then, are far...