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Using PSI to Influence Drawn Numbers

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Posted: July 22, 2005, 10:42 pm - IP Logged

Studies have shown that some people have an ability to influence random number generators with thought-will power alone. Have any here had any luck influencing the numbers that are drawn with mind power (rather than predicting)... ? I seem to recall a website that had interactive exercises one could experiment with.. I'll try to find it and post the url.

 

here's one...

 

http://bsprnet.com/bspr/psi_test/index2.html 

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    Posted: July 22, 2005, 11:21 pm - IP Logged

    thanks - love this stuff - believe it!

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      Posted: July 25, 2005, 12:18 am - IP Logged

      remote influencing sri was studying it during stargate program/princestone doing mass conciense studys right now..

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        Posted: July 26, 2005, 8:50 am - IP Logged

        Studies have shown that some people have an ability to influence random number generators with thought-will power alone. Have any here had any luck influencing the numbers that are drawn with mind power (rather than predicting)... ? I seem to recall a website that had interactive exercises one could experiment with.. I'll try to find it and post the url.

         

        here's one...

         

        http://bsprnet.com/bspr/psi_test/index2.html 

        Seems to me if (lottery) random number generators could be influenced by individuals using the psi techniques usually used for such things the draws would be a lot more chaotic than they appear to be.  Too many people trying to do it each draw.

        If true, that might mean it's merely a matter of developing other techniques to approach it in a different way, or it might mean the numbers are already being influenced by stronger energy from some other source, which makes more sense to me.

        I'm not persuaded the numbers are actually repelled by psi influence, but I believe there's an argument to be made in that direction.

        I've tried some experiments with it to see if numbers posted on the psi forum threads, where psi inclined folks would be observing them, would come up on the draws at all...... whether a person could post set after set of numbers and have them all not show up on the draws, figuring if a person posted 15 or 20 numbers, at least a couple should show on the draws.

        It's surprising how frequently not a single one did so.

        Jack

         

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          Posted: July 26, 2005, 9:25 am - IP Logged

           I'm coming more and more to believe the numbers are operating on a purely mechanical system (for lack of any better way of describing it).... That they're coming through a sort of distribution system into each individual lottery and draw via some fixed system we haven't looked at as closely as we might, showing up first in the lotteries with the most and highest numbers, down through the pick sixes and pick 5 draws. 

          If that happened to be the case, there mightn't be enough slack in the system to allow a lot of manipulation by the 'normal' psi methods.  A person might have to approach it the way you'd attempt to influence a sophisticated mechanical device with a lot of moving parts.

          That would involve understanding the system well enough, or making some accurate guesses as to where  the weak points are, where it's vulnerable to a nudge here, a shoring up there, to cause things to happen the way the person doing the manipulating might wish.

          Jack