W. A. Mozart [1756-1791]. At age 14 Mozart memorized words and music at one hearing of Allegri’s Misereresung in Latin; it lasts 13 minutes.
William Sidis [1898-1944]. Could read the New York Times at 18 months, Latin at 2 years, and, as an adult, could speak over forty languages.
George Koltanowsky [1903-2000]. Played against 56 world chess experts simultaneously and won 50 games. He was blindfolded throughout!
Alexander C. Aitken [1895-1977]. A lightning calculator, at 77 he mentally multiplied 123456789 by 987654321and gave the correct result in 30 secs!
By man his blood shall be shed,
For in the image of God
He made man.
“As for you, be fruitful and multiply;
Populate the earth abundantly and multiply in it.”