## Sunday, June 14, 2015

### 613 prime

613 is an interesting prime number

There's a specific connection to our family as follows:

613 is the 113th prime number - include one (1) in the count

113 prime corresponds to I (9) Am (14) One (655) = 678 = 113 prime X 4

Our oldest son Fred IV was born on 12/26 (1226) = 613 prime X 2

He was our firstborn son - hence the connection and correspondence to ONE (1), "I Am One" etc.

Fred IV was born 13108 days from the day I was born.

13108 factors into 113 "I (9) Am (14) One (655)" prime X 116

116 - the non-prime factor - is 3 from 113 "I (9) Am (14) One (655)" prime.

Fred IV was 3rd in line from Fred Sr. my grandfather:  1) Fred Jr. - my father; 2) Fred III - me; 3) Fred IV - our firstborn son.

If we move back three (3) cycles of 113 "I (9) Am (14) One (655)" days prior to 12/26/93 - the birth of our son - you will arrive at 1/21/93 which means that the completion of Day (1) of this period was 1/22/93 which was day ONE (1) of my father's 69th birthday.

69 = 23 "I (9) Am (14)" prime + 23 prime  + 23 prime.

1/13 (113) is always 23 I (9) Am (14) days from 2/5 my birthday.

Three (3) X 23 "I (9) Am (14)" cycles for 1) Fred Jr. 2) Fred III and 3) Fred IV.

The final kicker kicked in when our 3rd son, Andrew, came into this world on 9/20/01.

9/20/01 was 2825 days from 12/26/93 - the birth of Fred IV - and 15933 days from 2/5/58 - the day I was born.

2825 = 113 "I (9) Am (14) ONE (655)" prime X 25

15933 = 113 "I (9) Am (14) ONE (655)" prime X 141

So Fred III (me), Fred IV (our firstborn son) and Andrew (our third son) are all connected by the same 113 "I (9) Am (14) ONE (655)" day cycle that connects through each one of our births.

Here's some more interesting information on the number 613:

From Wikipedia:

"The tradition that 613 commandments (Hebrew: תרי"ג מצוות‎: taryag mitzvot, "613 mitzvot") is the number of mitzvot in the Torah, began in the 3rd century CE, when Rabbi Simlai mentioned it in a sermon that is recorded in Talmud Makkot 23b.[1]"