I don’t have any good OCR software to read the Hebrew alphabet, and even if I did, I’ve got no good way to get it to read Hebrew script from a jpg file. I’ve got no good way to determine what this sign says. Can anyone help?
The big letters are Yod-Heh-Vav-Heh, which is the sacred four-letter name of G-d. Perhaps you’ve heard of it by the name “Tetragrammaton.”
The small letters say “In this, you have a choice. You know that this is a myth.” That last word seems to simply be the word “myth” transliterated as best as they can into Hebrew. I don’t know if that’s a standard word in modern Hebrew, but it’s not one I’ve seen until now, but given the context, that’s almost certainly what it means.
Look, I don’t think it ought to be blasphemy, just saying “Jehovah”!
So, basically, it just Hebrew for what it says above in English?
The Arabic ones have “Allah” and the same text below the English in Arabic script.
Thx for the link Jayjay.
Love the last paragraph about security, you know just in case.