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Posted: May 28, 2006, 3:47 pm - IP Logged

Hey,

What's going on. Figured I've been lurking around here long enough it's about time I joined the party.

I came across an interesting article about this extremely lucky man in Cali who won the lotto. Apparently, he just buys quickpicks, but "wills" the numbers to come out. Perhaps beliefs - about money, self, etc - may be a big part in winning.

http://www.psychicjackpot.com/media.php

third article down(pdf)

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    I haven't read the article yet, but isn't that how telekenesis works?  People say they can move objects with their will, so why not numbers?  I'm not sure I buy this theory, because there are an awful lot of people who play a game.  So I imagine that, even if one does believe in "willing" the winning numbers, he would have a lot of competition and there would be a lot of mixed energy fields unless his power of suggestion is stronger than millions of others. Now I know that a pool buys a lot more tickets, but they do win a lot of jackpots. So maybe thinking about the winning numbers can have an effect. However, I don't think one man or woman could influence the outcome just by thinking about it. Hmm.. maybe I'll concentrate harder! I usually close my eyes and picture the numbers just before the FL website loads, but that's after the drawing, so instead of using my will it's only wishful thinking.

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      Posted: May 28, 2006, 5:46 pm - IP Logged

      sounds bogus and a few screws are loose in their mind to think that a person can "will the number" to come in as winning pick.  PLEASSSEEEE.  Pick your lucky number, wait it out, try try again.  Be a bit humble.

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        Hey kjsfriend,

        In case you forgot, this is the MYSTICAL FORUM, for people who enjoy such discourse (which judging from your post you do not). Did you even read the article?

        Be a bit humble? Are you kidding me? All I did was post a link.

        Have a nice day.

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          Hey kjsfriend,

          In case you forgot, this is the MYSTICAL FORUM, for people who enjoy such discourse (which judging from your post you do not). Did you even read the article?

          Be a bit humble? Are you kidding me? All I did was post a link.

          Have a nice day.

          interesting reading. a believer.

          love to nibble those micey feet.

           

                                       

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            Hey kjsfriend,

            In case you forgot, this is the MYSTICAL FORUM, for people who enjoy such discourse (which judging from your post you do not). Did you even read the article?

            Be a bit humble? Are you kidding me? All I did was post a link.

            Have a nice day.

            interesting reading. a believer.

              I Agree!     Count me in, too. 

            I believe what that person did was believe/will himself as a winner which enabled the rest to fall into place much more easily. 

            From my personal experience it was easier to do back in the early to mid 90's but certainly not impossible to do today if someone sets their mind to it and keeps on keeping on. 

            Also ignore the naysayers because there are plenty of those lurking around. 

            Good luck to everyone!

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              Hi JustXploring,

              Yes, it definitely seems somewhat amazing to think one can will a number to hit. But then and again, the man in the article has had an above average success rate. I think he won every possible combo for CA lotto (ie 3/6, 4/6 5/6 6/6) as well as other smaller prizes.

              In my life I have found that belief can make a big difference. I think with the lottery however, most of us subconsciously expect to lose. It's conditioned into us as we lose on a regular basis. Whether or not this has any effect on the actual numbers picked, who knows.








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                Posted: May 28, 2006, 8:25 pm - IP Logged

                Hey kjsfriend,

                In case you forgot, this is the MYSTICAL FORUM, for people who enjoy such discourse (which judging from your post you do not). Did you even read the article?

                Be a bit humble? Are you kidding me? All I did was post a link.

                Have a nice day.

                interesting reading. a believer.

                  I Agree!     Count me in, too. 

                I believe what that person did was believe/will himself as a winner which enabled the rest to fall into place much more easily. 

                From my personal experience it was easier to do back in the early to mid 90's but certainly not impossible to do today if someone sets their mind to it and keeps on keeping on. 

                Also ignore the naysayers because there are plenty of those lurking around. 

                I dont know if it's one of those urban myths, but I remember hearing a story a while back about a semi famous radio deejay who declared he would win lottery, and everyone was like whatever. But the guy did go on to win the jackpot.


                Just curious konane, why do you think it was easier to do 15 years ago?

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                  Posted: May 28, 2006, 8:30 pm - IP Logged

                  Hey kjsfriend,

                  In case you forgot, this is the MYSTICAL FORUM, for people who enjoy such discourse (which judging from your post you do not). Did you even read the article?

                  Be a bit humble? Are you kidding me? All I did was post a link.

                  Have a nice day.

                  interesting reading. a believer.

                    I Agree!     Count me in, too. 

                  I believe what that person did was believe/will himself as a winner which enabled the rest to fall into place much more easily. 

                  From my personal experience it was easier to do back in the early to mid 90's but certainly not impossible to do today if someone sets their mind to it and keeps on keeping on. 

                  Also ignore the naysayers because there are plenty of those lurking around. 

                  I dont know if it's one of those urban myths, but I remember hearing a story a while back about a semi famous radio deejay who declared he would win lottery, and everyone was like whatever. But the guy did go on to win the jackpot.


                  Just curious konane, why do you think it was easier to do 15 years ago?

                  Time which we measure as a series of events has sped up.  I read recently that what was 24 hours in the early 90's has now sped up to around 16.5 ... it's all part of the vibration of the entire planet increasing along with our own spiritual vibrations.  Basically the "window into time" we looking into was a little wider back then.

                  Good luck to everyone!

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                    It may be possible, I'm not saying it isn't, but I think a person would have to be extremely well at blocking everything out and focusing alot of energy on trying to adjust the numbers.

                    I believe EZMoney (a lp member from a while back) "claimed" he could manipulate numbers. He ended up winning $100,000 in powerball. He probably was just lucky though. Here is the link to his winning ticket. If you look in his posting history you may be able to find where he claims he could manipulate numbers.

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                      Hi JustXploring,

                      Yes, it definitely seems somewhat amazing to think one can will a number to hit. But then and again, the man in the article has had an above average success rate. I think he won every possible combo for CA lotto (ie 3/6, 4/6 5/6 6/6) as well as other smaller prizes.

                      In my life I have found that belief can make a big difference. I think with the lottery however, most of us subconsciously expect to lose. It's conditioned into us as we lose on a regular basis. Whether or not this has any effect on the actual numbers picked, who knows.








                      I only didn't download the article because it is in .pdf format, but maybe I will anyway.  Some religions, like Christian Science, believe in changing your belief system to improve your health. This is very different, because they don't believe the malady was real to begin with, so you are not willing it away, you are only praying to raise your consciousness to a higher level of understanding.  Many people believe that collective thought can influence an entire community. So if you can use "mind over matter" to shrink tumors, why can't a person use his consciousness to imagine a lifestyle of plenty?  So maybe it's true that belief can influence and/or determine success, but I'm still not sure about the lottery.  But starting tomorrow I'm going to think about my numbers a lot more! But it's 3 in the morning now so I'll just count sheep!  (Gosh, at work they think I'm a space cadet but I can't get to sleep at night.)

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                        I can't explain in details but if you compare the output of a RNG with daily world events or your daily life, it just come up short, very short. If you wanted to assign a combination to every action we make and think, 6 numbers out of 80 (with 300 plus millions combinations) would not do it. Every action and thought has vast variations some been family of course and they're lots of distinct families. 6 numbers out of eighty will not make it, is more like 30 numbers out of 80 (you can imagine). This one will have chunks of families that you can see trends in, but to the tiniest particular detail you can not predict, primarily if you focus on separation. Very few people could tell you what you will do today, and succeed with luck. That's predicting powerball with 1 single tickets is nothing compare to when you say: "I was just thinking about a word while i was at the bookstore, I chose a random book, i open it in a random page, and there it was that peculiar word (if it has ever happened to you, though i doubt it)...What i am trying to say, is stuff like that, that one can not explain and it has to do with predicting random phenomena, i believe is "higher" interference...

                         

                         

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                          Posted: May 29, 2006, 9:18 am - IP Logged

                          Hey,

                          What's going on. Figured I've been lurking around here long enough it's about time I joined the party.

                          I came across an interesting article about this extremely lucky man in Cali who won the lotto. Apparently, he just buys quickpicks, but "wills" the numbers to come out. Perhaps beliefs - about money, self, etc - may be a big part in winning.

                          http://www.psychicjackpot.com/media.php

                          third article down(pdf)

                          Later

                          Nice article.  Thanks for posting it.

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                          Absorb the good, ignore the bad, weigh the ugly.

                          It's about number behavior.

                          Egos don't count.

                           

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