The Vulcan salute, Live Long & Prosper! Spock Hand  Enamel pins are fun, quirky & retro. Wear them on your denim jacket, blouse or backpack.  Our

Spock Hand Vulcan Salute Enamel Pin Soft Enamel Pin Jacket Bag Pin (Item USD) by thefoundretail

Nerd.  You're doing it right.  [Girl in Star Trek costume (selfie); as Vulcan in blue Starfleet uniform hand signing the Vulcan greeting.] ( via Ben Tammi)

Girl in Star Trek costume (selfie); as Vulcan in blue Starfleet uniform hand signing the Vulcan greeting.] ( via Ben Tammi)

Ein letzter Gruß mit Linolschnitt für Mr. Spock

Ein letzter Gruß oder Linolschnitt für Nerds

Ein letzter Gruß mit Linolschnitt für Mr. Spock

I need to go here before I die. Seriously.

Discover Vulcan in Vulcan, Canada: Live long and prosper in Vulcan, Alberta.

❤Thanskgiving❤

❤Thanskgiving❤

Spock Teaching McCoy how to offer the vulcan greeting.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Spock Teaching McCoy how to offer the vulcan greeting. "Live long and Prosper" episode: Journey to Babel

Leonard Nimoy not just a solemn man, but one of great humor and imagination.  I still remember when I tried to the vulcan hand greeting... it took many tries.  =)

Rare Photos - star-trek-the-original-series Photo Dear Mr Nimoy! You were and will always be the One and Only Mr Spock to me! You will forever Live Long And Prosper in my heart, soul, mind and memory!

Some Jewish tombstones display 2 hands arranged for the priestly blessing. Priests (Kohanim) are assumed to be descendants of Aaron, brother of Moses and the first Kohen.  And, yes, this symbol is like the Vulcan hand greeting (“live long & prosper”),  suggested by Leonard Nimoy (Mr. Spock), who saw the blessing in  synagogue as a child. He modified it, as Vulcans use only 1 hand.

Some Jewish tombstones display 2 hands arranged for the priestly blessing. Priests (Kohanim) are assumed to be descendants of Aaron, brother of Moses and the first Kohen. And, yes, this symbol is like the Vulcan hand greeting (“live long & prosper”), su

In 2014, actor Leonard Nimoy, who sadly passed away yesterday, explained to the Yiddish Book Center Wexler Oral History Project how his idea for Mr. Spock's Vulcan hand gesture came about during a ...

Leonard Nimoy Explains the Origins of Mr. Spock's Famous Vulcan Greeting Hand Gesture on 'Star Trek'

Leonard Nimoy explains how the hand-gesture of the Priestly blessing became the sign for Spock’s Vulcan salute.

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To, all sentient beings Merry Christmas, and have a happy New Year Logically, Spock

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