This link to Bill Heidrick's list gives about thirty possible meanings associated with the number 130, and its primes - 2, 5, 13 - based on the Gematria idea and system.
I have no idea how authoritative this work is, or how reliable.
Nor do I know how one would choose between the variety of meanings.
But the link is there and the list is there, if you wish to access it.
Wikipedia also has a lot of information about the history of the subject, but opinions differ as to whether, in fact, there is any real 'embedding' of a 'code' into the Hebrew scriptures.
Some see it in the text and others think it to be a fanciful theory, not borne out by the spirituality of the content of the holy text.
Numbers are used, it is true, in an allusory way in scripture, the numbers seven and ten and six and five, for example, often pointing to a spiritual hint of meaning, but my understanding is that that is a different matter from the Gematria 'embedded code' concept.
That Matthew draws attention to the triple recurrence of the number fourteen in the genealogy of Jesus with which he begins his book, indicates that, in certain cases, numbers are to be noticed. Again, in the book of Revelation, numbers clearly have spiritual signification.
But to extend that into a concept which supposes that every mentioned number must be 'translated' into a supposed code, is another thing altogether.