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Picking numbers with "remote viewing" has been an interesting matter lately. Predicting winning numbers with quite accuracy, Ed Dames, the leading pioneer of this abilty and the research that he has led, Yielded some big wins with students. One of his students which was documented, was doing great with 2 jackpots. Another student who has gone astray, Aaron Donahue Has found a way to make a living on the pick-3. He publicly documented( on his website) an example of some of the winnings. He claims he does not work. He lives off the lottery. Despite his track record, he does have a down side. He is a luciferian. If you got to www.coasttocoastam.com , He has a link I think. www.ummo.cc ...... His dooom and gloom of the preceding future, is unnerving to say the least. The only, and I mean only reason I'm even giving this man an inkling of my attention is due to his "seer" quality. Remote viewing goes much farther than just the ability of forecasting winning tickets. It is deeply important to realize that the government was employing such people as a study, in the 70's, to determine whether this kind of advantage could be utilized in strategic intelligence. In studying this, one will find that the govt. gave up on this, despite it's success. Go figure!!!....Only some have continued to research and find scientists and some interested parties willing to apply more tests and the likes to hone this ability. fOR THOSE WHO  are not privvy with remote viewing: It is an excersise where upon a drawing of sketches dictate a location, person, or number, or numbers, which would lead to a real place that was correctly pinpointed by the remote viewer. That was a simplistic explanation but you get the idea.

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    Posted: July 13, 2005, 8:11 am - IP Logged

    try www.fantasticforum.com  ed dammes is good

    try www.firedocs.com remotr veiwing manuels etc.

    bass player..

    Relax,Bigdaddy has your number!!!!!

    Pi is the way...

    turning $30 or less into thousands everyday!!

    here we go steelers ..here we go---------stairway to seven 

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      Posted: July 13, 2005, 9:24 am - IP Logged

      Thanx Bigdaddy for the info.

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        Posted: July 14, 2005, 8:22 pm - IP Logged

        Picking numbers with "remote viewing" has been an interesting matter lately. Predicting winning numbers with quite accuracy, Ed Dames, the leading pioneer of this abilty and the research that he has led, Yielded some big wins with students. One of his students which was documented, was doing great with 2 jackpots. Another student who has gone astray, Aaron Donahue Has found a way to make a living on the pick-3. He publicly documented( on his website) an example of some of the winnings. He claims he does not work. He lives off the lottery. Despite his track record, he does have a down side. He is a luciferian. If you got to www.coasttocoastam.com , He has a link I think. www.ummo.cc ...... His dooom and gloom of the preceding future, is unnerving to say the least. The only, and I mean only reason I'm even giving this man an inkling of my attention is due to his "seer" quality. Remote viewing goes much farther than just the ability of forecasting winning tickets. It is deeply important to realize that the government was employing such people as a study, in the 70's, to determine whether this kind of advantage could be utilized in strategic intelligence. In studying this, one will find that the govt. gave up on this, despite it's success. Go figure!!!....Only some have continued to research and find scientists and some interested parties willing to apply more tests and the likes to hone this ability. fOR THOSE WHO  are not privvy with remote viewing: It is an excersise where upon a drawing of sketches dictate a location, person, or number, or numbers, which would lead to a real place that was correctly pinpointed by the remote viewer. That was a simplistic explanation but you get the idea.

         

        Hummm... I find that interesting.  Does anyone ever say exact WHAT they are remote viewing in order to get the numbers?  The CIA dropped it in the 70's when they discovered it isn't possible to READ anything!  They couldn't remote view into someone's office and read the papers on their desk, for example.  I don't see how a remote viewer would be able to get the numbers...

         

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          Posted: July 14, 2005, 10:37 pm - IP Logged

          Have you read "The Seventh Sense" by Lyn Buchanan.

          Interesting reading.

          I believe there are video tapes by Lyn Buchanan that discuses Picking lottery numbers not by actually seeing the numbers but by your sense of smell and taste.  He uses different taste()s or smell(s) associated with numbers.  No one knows what number the smell or taste is asscociated with.  Numbers for some reason are impossible to Remote View.  Maybe thats why you use your other senses??

          For example:  In the Pick 3, first digit, there are possible 10 individual tastes or smells (0 through 9).  If someone is given a "Target".  The Target designation could represent a future date in time that represents the first digit of the Pick 3.  If the individual tastes for example "coffee", this taste could represent the number "5".  Very interesting.

          You have to watch the videos or read the book.  

          wsls 

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            Have you read "The Seventh Sense" by Lyn Buchanan.

            Interesting reading.

            I believe there are video tapes by Lyn Buchanan that discuses Picking lottery numbers not by actually seeing the numbers but by your sense of smell and taste.  He uses different taste()s or smell(s) associated with numbers.  No one knows what number the smell or taste is asscociated with.  Numbers for some reason are impossible to Remote View.  Maybe thats why you use your other senses??

            For example:  In the Pick 3, first digit, there are possible 10 individual tastes or smells (0 through 9).  If someone is given a "Target".  The Target designation could represent a future date in time that represents the first digit of the Pick 3.  If the individual tastes for example "coffee", this taste could represent the number "5".  Very interesting.

            You have to watch the videos or read the book.  

            wsls 

             

            That sounds strange to me, but I know of much stranger things so I'll give them the benefit of the doubt!

            I'm afraid I'll have to rely on more mathematical means to win, unfortunately...

             

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              Ed Dames has published a DVD entitled "Remote Viewing the Lottery" that features a mother/daughter team that has been working on Pick 3 here in Texas.  Good product, but I feel they would do better using Prime Line 3.

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                I'm glad you brought that up Orangeman. The mother and daughter team were the ones

                I was reffering to when I talked about that lady who won the jackpot twice.

                To answer Pinback's earlier question about remote viewing numbers, as far as

                Aaron Donahue, it took him three years of isolation, meditating to get the number part

                down. According to him remote viewing is pretty much second nature to him if it

                doesn't involve numbers. However with his 3 year haitus, he claims that he's got it 

                licked. He claimed that seeing numbers were difficult while remote viewing, for reasons

                that he could not specifically give. Remote viewing seems to point out that being able

                to see into the future is not that far fetched, because past, present, and future are one.

                Ed Dames' right hand woman produced the right location, during a live news broadcast.

                She was challenged to pinpoint a location, having no information prior except that it was

                somewhere in Los Angeles. During the 5 to ten minute sketching she successfully

                drew an accurate picture of that domey-disc looking, with legs that stands out in Lax,

                thing, that huge structure In los Angeles airport. The news anchors, to say the least

                were quite amazed.

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                  Pacattack, goto www.enterprisemission.com

                  Relax,Bigdaddy has your number!!!!!

                  Pi is the way...

                  turning $30 or less into thousands everyday!!

                  here we go steelers ..here we go---------stairway to seven 

                  TIME FOR THE LOMBARDI TROPHY TO  COME  HOME..

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                    I think many factors come into play... the target is very important and since the target for a lottery draw concerns a specific time and place this is where it can get pretty sticky. Just to say 'tonights numbers' or 'the powerball drawing for July 20,2005' may not be good enough since the mind may not comprehend that in the way we think it might. Also, if the viewing happens at a level not quite physical (astral or mental) several variables may enter the picture... perhaps one views a probable or alternate reality instead of the 'actual' one that one is aiming for. Perhaps a decoy drawing may be witnessed. Perhaps some of the numbers are in a state of flux up until the very moment of the draw. Perhaps one is flooded with static and can't get a clear look. Perhaps, ah, you get the idea. Much to be considered, but practice can weed out some of these...perhaps.

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                      OK, guys, here's something more.  I am reading Russell Targ's "Limitless Mind".  On Page 42 there is an interesting passage on remote viewing Lottery numbers and I quote:

                      "Numbers are much more difficult to perceive than pictorial targets.  For example, it is more difficult to guess a target number between one and ten than it is to describe a location chosen from an infinitude of planetary locations that one has never seen.  This is because the viewer already has crystal-clear mental images of all the numbers, and these images from memory and imagination constitute significant mental noise."

                      I believe I have solved this issue with Prime Line.  The red, green and blue lines can only go one of three directions (right, left or stay still).  This means that the remote viewer can circumvent the "mental noise" and tap into a variation of Nararjuna's Four Valued Logic System in which statements about the world can be:

                      1. True

                      2. Not True

                      3. Both true and not true

                      4. Neither true or not true.

                      I believe I have cut that four valued system to just three:

                      1. Right

                      2. Left

                      3. Still

                      This greatly simplifies things for the remote viewer.  Just three choices.  I am currently tracking 15 states with Prime Line and have discovered there are universal laws that affect all lotteries.  The only variation besides right, left and still is how far that movement runs.  I keep telling you that Prime Line is like shooting pool.  Each numbers movement affects the other numbers like pool balls affect each other on a pool table.

                      Any comments so far????

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                        Intriguing Orangeman.  Food for thought.


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                          Yes Orangeman, I also own prime-line. Orangeman, I couldn't have put it any better

                          than your description. I just want to say that according to Steve Player's philosophy,

                          on chaos, he states that the one thing prime-line defies is the ability to overcome the

                          rotation of the tubes that the balls are in. What's so great about that particular system

                          is in the triumph over not only the rotation of the tubes, but having that extra edge over

                          chaos in the proccess. The extra control over chaos is the simple fact that there is not

                          much room for the numbers to move around within the restricted area that is presented

                          in prime-line. Like Orange man very eloquently pointed out, A number on the left of

                          this field (prime-line graph) can only go from it's most left to about the middle. The

                          middle number can only go very slightly to the left or right or be forced to stay in

                          the middle. Same with the right, but just a mirror image of the left.

                          One really good example, without giving all the details away, is the following.

                          And this is just one of many advantages of his graphs.

                          It's almost scary how the following scenario almost always comes true.

                          In this graph, if you see one number all of the way to the left, one about the middle,

                          and one pretty much to the left, I would say a good 70-80% of the time, the

                          winning numbers for the next drawing will all huddle together as if bouncing off the

                          sides with the middle number having nowhere to go except to stay within it's

                          general area. An example would be that the night's drawing was 059 in box.

                          The next drawing would be 354, or 645..in the middle765..456.

                          This is a boxed system, however when a certain scenario comes up, you take advantage

                          on one number, and played it hard.

                          So far a graph to me has been the most visually stimulating tool and most accurate,

                          in watching real time activity of the numbers than in no other way.

                          Sorry for gabbing so much, try to keep it shorter,,,,,great luck...Pacattack05.


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                            "And one pretty much to the right" is what i wanted to say........Correction......Not to the left!

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                              strange then why is the cia recruiting people with remote sensing ability if it doen't work???

                              Relax,Bigdaddy has your number!!!!!

                              Pi is the way...

                              turning $30 or less into thousands everyday!!

                              here we go steelers ..here we go---------stairway to seven 

                              TIME FOR THE LOMBARDI TROPHY TO  COME  HOME..