Friday, July 03, 2009

Some interesting censored text on Balak

This is interesting. From Siftei Kohen's commentary on Balak, some censored text (pg 244 and then pg 245). I would guess that initially, the ink was much darker, but with time, it faded compared to the background ink, such that it is now eminently readable. I would guess that one could do even more with image editing software, to modify the brightness and contrast.


and this one, which is more fun:

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hard for me to read. Can you summarize? I'm guessing some connection to Jesus, as Billam was frequently used as a stand-in for Jesus.

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parshablog is published by (rabbi) josh waxman (joshwaxman [at] yahoo [dot] com), a grad student in Revel, a grad student in a Phd program in computer science at CUNY. i recently received semicha from RIETS. this blog is devoted to parsha as well as whatever it is i am currently learning.