A recent discussion about why people write G-d without the middle of the word lead to some interesting places. The ninety-nine names of Allah, and Yweh’s unpronounceable exhalation of breath, for a start.

I found this: Lunar Alphabet by Leandro Katz

When we pulverize words, what is left is neither mere noise, nor arbitrary, pure elements, but still other worlds, reflection of an invisible yet indelible representation, this is the myth in which we now transcribe the most obscure and real powers of language.

I am now imagining what the missing, sacred letter of the Hebrew alphabet looks like. Apparently it will fix the universe. Check the back of the fridge, will you?