How To Improve Chances Of Winning The Lottery
We all understand this simple arithmetic and we happily put down five bucks hoping to take home the jackpot.
By: Gabriela Schmid
American Indian lore is filled with charmed objects, such as the Navajo mandalas--which are amulets composed of feathers, leather, and fur -- and the shamanic or totem animals.
Traditional folklore includes some common charms you've probably seen or used before, such as an old copper penny, a silver coin, a four-leaf clover, a rabbit's foot, or a horseshoe. Even another person can be a lucky charm. Does a lucky charm really work? Who knows? But there are some people who are glad they believe in lucky charms. Andy Bownnleur's experience shows that there is such a thing as "the magic touch." The Virginia resident rubbed the shoulders of a friend who'd already won the Lotto and then became a $2 million winner himself. A car turned out to be a lucky charm for Johnny and Becky Taylor. They bought a GMC van that had been previously owned by a Florida Lotto winner. Now they themselves are $7.9 million Lotto winners, and they give credit to the car for their good fortune.
The age-old science of numerology uses certain algorithms to calculate numbers that are favorable to the individual. These numbers are called "Lucky Numbers." They are derived from your date of birth, and the letters in your name.
Does it increase your chances of winning? If one ticket offers you a chance of 1 in a million, five tickets increase your chances to 1 in 200.000. We all understand this simple arithmetic and we happily put down five bucks hoping to take home the jackpot. Lucky Numbers are said to increase your chances in a similar way. There are two groups of Lucky Numbers: those that stay with you for the duration of your life, and another set of numbers that changes at regular intervals, in a pattern based on certain cycles found in your personal numerology chart. Some change every calendar year, others change every month or every day, and some change with each birth day.
Number vibration RESONANCE and the phase relationships of number vibrations are the most important basic principles to learn and master, in order to predict winning numbers with professional expertise. This is essential for purposes of knowing how to locate, isolate and work with the most correct numbers to use for making winning number predictions. Vibration Lotto, Vibration Keno and Vibration Roulette number predictions are not based upon assumption math, theory, imagination or some kind of hypothetical left-brain rational mind pattern or system. Numbers are self-predicting via the parenting relationship of the creative force vibrations their unions automatically spawn. Number vibrations are subtle, invisible, color-toned electrical charges that flow according to principles of resonance and certain phase relationships similar to the way 120 degree Y and Delta transformer connections set up, step down and channel the flow of electric power. These same resonance principles make radio and TV transmission and reception possible.
Of course, you can't control the things you dream about, but if you do happen to dream about a specific number, then play it. If you dream about a certain number of people or objects, play that number also. Your subconscious often gives you clues in riddles, so become adept at interpreting hints from your dreams. For instance, if you dream of buying eggs at the convenience store, play the number 12 (a dozen). Or instead, play numbers with the same value as the one you dreamed of. For example, if you dream of the number 6, play the numbers 15, 24, 33, 42, or 51.
A Texas woman dreamed about dancing feet on three consecutive nights. Later she bought an instant Texas Two-Step ticket that depicted a pair of cowboy boots dancing. She won over $1,000. Even though you may not be able to control your dreams, you can keep track of them. Sleep researchers recommend this method to help you remember your dreams: Keep paper and pencil within reach of your bed. Before you fall asleep, tell yourself that you will remember your dreams. When you wake up in the morning, try to recall the night's dreams while they're still fresh in your mind. Think about your dreams, and then write down as much as you can remember before you forget. And definitely jot down any numbers you see in your dreams.
Carl Jung had an interest in numbers. He also made a lifetime study of coincidence. Jung attributed these occurrences to unknown forces seeking to bring order to a chaotic world. He wrote that coincidences happen more frequently than probability theories would predict. He called the phenomenon synchronicity -- when seemingly unrelated events occur in some unexpected association with each other. Certainly, when it comes to lottery games, some very strange things indeed have occurred. As to whether they are random occurrences or synchronicity, pure chance or fate, only you can decide.
Fred Thompson of North Haven, Connecticut, had played 111 in the Pick 3 Game for days with no luck. But when he went to the store, he bought a Lotto ticket on a whim and forgot his usual Pick 3. That night he watched in dismay as the winning Pick 3 numbers -- 111 -- were announced. He wasn't disappointed for long, though. Shortly afterward, he found his Lotto ticket had won him $3.2 million.
Remember Bernie Bobowicz, who won the New York Lotto? Several years before he found the six winning numbers in the Bible, he had won over $3 million using his old army dog-tag numbers. And on the day he won using the Bible, he also picked five of six on another ticket.
In July 2000, Lotto Texas changed its field of numbers from 50 to 54. On the very first night, the six numbers drawn were 9, 28, 35, 51, 53, and 54. In a seemingly incredible coincidence, three of the four new numbers were drawn. Some people were skeptical, believing the drawing results were too coincidental. At the time, an assistant professor of statistics at Rice University, Keith Baggerly, said, "It's rare, but not that rare." He said the odds were 1 in 330 that three of the new balls would be drawn.
If Jung's theory appeals to you, then your challenge is this: Assimilate what you read in this article about numerology, astrology, dreams, charms, and so forth. Then use all those ideas creatively in connection with people and things that are personally significant to you, such as your family members, house, job, and hobbies. Who's to say that the people who used a toy spinner to win $14 million weren't actually making use of the ancient art of divination?
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