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I read here that in Kabbalistic tradition the four pronged shin (such as that on the tefillin) was once part of the Hebrew Alphabet but was lost, but I was not able to find thea source offor this tradition. Does anyone here know the source of this tradition?

I read here that in Kabbalistic tradition the four pronged shin (such as that on the tefillin) was once part of the Hebrew Alphabet but was lost, but I was not able to find the source of this tradition. Does anyone here know the source of this tradition?

I read here that in Kabbalistic tradition the four pronged shin (such as that on the tefillin) was once part of the Hebrew Alphabet but was lost, but I was not able to find a source for this tradition. Does anyone here know the source of this tradition?

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I read here that in Kabbalistic tradition the four pronged shin (Tefillinsuch as that on the tefillin) was once part of the Hebrew Alphabet but was lost, but iI was not able to find the source of this tradition. Does anyone here know the source of this tradition?

I read here that in Kabbalistic tradition the four pronged shin (Tefillin) was once part of the Hebrew Alphabet but was lost, but i was not able to find the source of this tradition. Does anyone here know the source of this tradition?

I read here that in Kabbalistic tradition the four pronged shin (such as that on the tefillin) was once part of the Hebrew Alphabet but was lost, but I was not able to find the source of this tradition. Does anyone here know the source of this tradition?

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Source of the lost letter shin?

I read here that in Kabbalistic tradition the four pronged shin (Tefillin) was once part of the Hebrew Alphabet but was lost, but i was not able to find the source of this tradition. Does anyone here know the source of this tradition?