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Genealogy or Numerology


I am sure by now many of you are familiar with both of these terms. Genealogy has to do with the study, accounting and origin of one's family tree; and Numerology has to do with numbers and their relationship to man and his belief. I am sure many use use Dream Books to look up your dreams and some are very accurate in their prediction. I can recall countless times when someone has commented to me, "Mr Lottery, I had this dream and I looked it up and it gave 389 (for an example). I have been playing it for two weeks now and has not Hit Yet?". My first question is did you run it down? And they ask what do you mean? I inform them that you dream has probably fallen several times but because you did not run it down and play the other nine numbers in its family you probably missed your blessing. The rundown on 389 would look something like this:












When  you dream a number look it up and run it down because it is not that your dream has not been drawn-it is just that one of the other family members was selected instead. And this is what Mr Lottery Rundown System is all about. It illustrate's numbers and there relationship to one another.

I have been in this business in 1997 and have spent the last 17 of those years researching and studying numbers and there relationship to one another. I guess you would say that I am a Numerologist or Lottery Consultant.

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Coin TossComment by Coin Toss - May 15, 2014, 12:41 am
Interesting approach.
I dabble (well more than dabble) in numerology.

Please tell us which type of numerology you prefer and why.
mrlottery15Comment by mrlottery15 - May 15, 2014, 10:07 pm
I prefer the basic kind where you simply add and subtract and look up the results base on those reference numbers.
Coin TossComment by Coin Toss - May 16, 2014, 12:58 am
OK, am also asking Pythagorean, Chaldean, Kabbalistic, etc...?

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