World Wide Web = WWW = tav tav tav in Hebrew, or 666

To begin with, the familiar symbol for the Internet, World Wide Web or “www”, would be rendered in Hebrew as Vav, Vav, Vav (the Hebrew alphabet does not have a “W” and Hebrew-speaking people use the Vav, or “V” in place of our “W”). The interesting part is that, since Hebrew letters also have numerical values (the Hebrew language does not recognize Arabic numerals), we can arrive at a number for the letter Vav. Since it is the sixth letter of the alphabet, the expression “www”, in Hebrew, is 666.