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“newborn Sigmund arrived in 1856 with a curious aberration: A membrane known as a caul covered his head and face. Cauls are very unusual events. Amalia was overjoyed at the sight. She believed the folklore that says cauls herald the birth of a child destined for great accomplishments.”
He was a polyglot. He mastered nearly 8 languages which included English, German, Hebrew, and Spanish
“Sigmund and Martha met in April 1882 and after a four-year engagement (1882–1886) they were married on 14 September 1886 in Hamburg”
“Freud sent over 900 (lengthy) letters to his fiancée” wiki. There are about 1610 days, in 4 years and 5 months. That’s a lengthy letter, every 2 days and more!
“Martha consoling herself after his death with the thought that “in the 53 years of our marriage there was not a single angry word between us” wiki
1899’s The Interpretation of Dreams
“He believed that numbers 23 and 28 had significant importance in his life and he even predicted that he would die at the age of 51, which of course didn’t come true.”
Three siblings were deported to Treblinka on 23 September 1942, exactly; 3 year later. This is given as their date of death.
Another sibling died 23 April 1943.
“the surname Freund is derived from the German word “freunde,” which means “friend.” ” www.houseofnames.com/freund-family-crest
THE U.S. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS HOUSES 153 BOXES OF HIS CORRESPONDENCE THAT CAN NEVER BE OPENED
One of the biggest archivists for famous people’s correspondence, the US Library of Congress has 8 boxes of Freud’s correspondence. People bequeath writings to them. Some of Freud’s correspondence are about him, his family, his patients, some about his colleagues, and some about his writings. And out of all of them, 19 cannot be opened until 2020, 2050, and 2057. Another 8 are sealed forever.