Dear forums, Hello, glad I found you. Forgive my bothering you with my first post, but there's something that struck me and won't let go until I decrypted it. I am reading Milorad Pavic's fantastic book "Dictionary of the Khazars" right now (in a German translation) and while doing so stumbled upon a "magical square", as I would describe it, that consists of Hebrew letters (in the entry describing the jew Samuel Koën). There is no translation provided in the book and I could not find anything online, so I tried decrypting it via Word symbols and Google translator, but I haven't gotten very far. If any of you would be so kind to tell me the meaning of the letters in the square (there are probably several ways of reading it), I would be very grateful.