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Celestial coordinates, moon phases and lottery numbers

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Posted: July 12, 2006, 1:17 pm - IP Logged

Very interesting. It makes sense too. Thanks, Jack!

Posted 4/6:  IL Pick 3 midday and evening until they hit:  555, 347 (str8).


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    Thanks for the comment, Rick.

    For me, making sense is one of the things it doesn't do, but it's moving in the direction of holding together by some oblique-upside-down logic.

    It was a long time getting this far

    J

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      W.T.G. Rip Snorter

      Glad to see your getting somewhere with the Astrology and the numbers.

      Libra Dave    Big Smile

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        W.T.G. Rip Snorter

        Glad to see your getting somewhere with the Astrology and the numbers.

        Libra Dave    Big Smile

        Thanks Dave.

        Fact is I have you to thank for getting me started on it originally.  That chart you sent me a year or two ago opened all kinds of doors and eyes for me.

        I can't thank you enough.

        Gracias

        Jack

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          Posted: July 12, 2006, 7:23 pm - IP Logged

          Something that might help anyone who's attempting to use this, but doesn't know anything about astronomy:

          Each of those stars as they make their track across the sky will share the same latitude east to west, mostly.  Which is to say, lottery draws happening in locations sharing a latitude will also share a middling piece of the coordinates by virtue of the path across the sky appearing to the beholder being roughly the same, if he's standing at the same latitude as anyone else on the planet. 

           

          From West Des Moines, IO, where the PB draw's held,  

          (Celestial Navigation Data for 2006 Jul 12 at 16:59:00 UT       
                                                               
                      For Assumed Position:  Latitude    N  41 35.8           
                                      Longitude  W  93 46.2 )

           

           

          RIGEL      106 29.4  S 8 11.5  +38 51.8  196.3  |  -1.2  0.0  0.0  -1.2
          SCHEDAR    174 58.8  N56 34.2  +38 05.9  316.2  |  -1.3  0.0  0.0  -1.3
          SIRIUS      83 50.7  S16 43.3  +30 57.7  168.9  |  -1.7  0.0  0.0  -1.7

          REGULUS    33 01.4  N11 56.3  +29 39.6  100.8  |  -1.7  0.0  0.0  -1.7

          Rigel's traveling along a track S8 11.5

          Shedar's N56 34.2

          Sirius is S16 43.3

          Regulus N11 56.3

          The other coordinates and azimuth's will change over the course of transit, but those will remain generally the same with minor exceptions because of the earthplanet wobble on axis.

           

          Hope that will make things easier for you.

          J

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            Posted: July 12, 2006, 7:40 pm - IP Logged

            Rip Snorter

            Would you use the information based on the location where the lottery numbers are drawn?  Example  Florida numbers are drawn in Tallahassee. Also, would time be based on where the numbers are drawn?

            Thank you

            4mybrds:

            I'm sorry.... when I was replying to your post earlier I neglected the (important) time issue.

            UT is the industry standard on the NO site.  So you'll need to convert the time of the draws at the locations of the draws to UT.

            direct conversion from UTC to U.S.A. timezones.

            Local Time Subtract from UTC:
            Atlantic Standard Four hours
            Atlantic Daylight Three hours

            Eastern Standard Five hours
            Eastern Daylight Four hours

            Central Standard Six hours
            Central Daylight Five hours

            Mountain Standard Seven hours
            Mountain Daylight Six hours

            Pacific Standard Eight hours
            Pacific Daylight Seven hours
            Alaskan Standard Nine hours
            Alaskan Daylight Eight hours
            Hawaiian Standard Ten hours

             UTC GMT EDT  EST CDT  CST MDT  MST PDT  PST 
            0000 8 PM  7 PM  6 PM  5 PM  4 PM 
            0100 9 PM  8 PM  7 PM  6 PM  5 PM 
            0200 10 PM  9 PM  8 PM  7 PM  6 PM 
            0300 11 PM  10 PM  9 PM  8 PM  7 PM 
            0400 Midnight  11 PM  10 PM  9 PM  8 PM 
            0500 1 AM  Midnight  11 PM  10 PM  9 PM 
            0600 2 AM  1 AM  Midnight  11 PM  10 PM 
            0700 3 AM  2 AM  1 AM  Midnight  11 PM 
            0800 4 AM  3 AM  2 AM  1 AM  Midnight 
            0900 5 AM  4 AM  3 AM  2 AM  1 AM 
            1000 6 AM  5 AM  4 AM  3 AM  2 AM 
            1100 7 AM  6 AM  5 AM  4 AM  3 AM 
            1200 8 AM  7 AM  6 AM  5 AM  4 AM 
            1300 9 AM  8 AM  7 AM  6 AM  5 AM 
            1400 10 AM  9 AM  8 AM  7 AM  6 AM 
            1500 11 AM  10 AM  9 AM  8 AM  7 AM 
            1600 Noon  11 AM  10 AM  9 AM  8 AM 
            1700 1 PM  Noon  11 AM  10 AM  9 AM 
            1800 2 PM  1 PM  Noon  11 AM  10 AM 
            1900 3 PM  2 PM  1 PM  Noon  11 AM 
            2000 4 PM  3 PM  2 PM  1 PM  Noon 
            2100 5 PM  4 PM  3 PM  2 PM  1 PM 
            2200 6 PM  5 PM  4 PM  3 PM  2 PM 
            2300 7 PM  6 PM  5 PM  4 PM  3 PM 

             

             STANDARD TIME ZONE CONVERSIONS
            Conversions from UTC to some US time zones:
            * = previous day


            UTC
            (GMT)  PACIFIC
            STANDARD MOUNTAIN
            STANDARD CENTRAL
            STANDARD EASTERN
            STANDARD
            00 4 pm * 5 pm * 6 pm * 7 pm *
            01 5 pm * 6 pm * 7 pm * 8 pm *
            02 6 pm * 7 pm * 8 pm * 9 pm *
            03 7 pm * 8 pm * 9 pm * 10 pm *
            04 8 pm * 9 pm * 10 pm * 11 pm *
            05 9 pm * 10 pm * 11 pm * 12 mid 
            06 10 pm * 11 pm * 12 mid  1 am 
            07 11 pm * 12 mid  1 am  2 am 
            08 12 mid  1 am  2 am  3 am 
            09 1 am  2 am  3 am  4 am 
            10 2 am  3 am  4 am  5 am 
            11 3 am  4 am  5 am  6 am 

             

             

             

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            Egos don't count.

             

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              thanks for posting this Jack.

              Seems really interesting. I am going to play around with this for a while - tried it last night and got 2/5 numbers in NY take 5- might have been just luck because I'm not really sure I'm doing it correctly yet. For one thing I could only find one other lottery that seemed to be "in sync" with mine.

              Also, do you use this system for lotto/big jackpot games?

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                thanks for posting this Jack.

                Seems really interesting. I am going to play around with this for a while - tried it last night and got 2/5 numbers in NY take 5- might have been just luck because I'm not really sure I'm doing it correctly yet. For one thing I could only find one other lottery that seemed to be "in sync" with mine.

                Also, do you use this system for lotto/big jackpot games?

                Hi lucky146:

                Still working things out here, so you have a wide open field. Yesterdays method I was trying only gave back about $90 imaginary US, to around $1500 imaginary US in wagers.

                The games with bonus balls, which include the big jackpot games, mostly, behave entirely differently than the others. In the end I think they'll actually be easier to predict by this method than the non-bonus ball games because of something wierd that happens in the number-behavior realm when you throw in a bonus ball, or even a multiplier ball.

                But that's speculation stretched pretty thinly based on spending a lot of time working on them and not succeeding in figuring them out, but seeing hundreds of behaviors out of the corner of my eye that cause me to suspect they're worse about being locked into habit than the others, but that their habits are sneakier. Coyotes of the numbers games.

                Good luck
                Jack

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

                It's about number behavior.

                Egos don't count.

                 

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                  Lucky 146:

                  You got me thinking more about those bonus ball games, so I decided to stop what I was doing and try out a couple of things with them.

                  I just posted wheels with numbers derived from trying to find something Maryland, New Mexico Roadrunner, and Washington DC had in common on azimuths, moon phases, anything. Those are the only bonus ball games I'm aware of (without checking more) with draws today.

                  I used the same base set of numbers for all of them and put together some headache home-spun wheels, running them up to satisfy the matrix-gods.

                  I don't know what else I'll go back to for the rest of the day to test, but those are up, plus a NY Lotto for their next draw using the same premise and basic numbers set.

                  Now I have to smoke some brain cells to try to figure out what I did day-before-yesterday, changed yesterday, to wockyjaw the works. I'll try to reconstruct things, arse-end-forward in a different way than yesterday, and try again.

                  Good luck,
                  Jack

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                  Egos don't count.

                   

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                    Thanks for the reply -

                    smoking some cells over here as well -

                    Hippy

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                      Thanks for the reply -

                      smoking some cells over here as well -

                      Hippy

                      I hear you.

                      I finally got tired of thinking about it and decided to throw up an entire smoke-screen using those number and wheels I made from the bonsu (Heehee) ball games all over the prediction page.

                      Any time I get an excuse to test a wild hare I know's been chewing the lettuce in my garden but I never got around to having for supper, I try to do it. What I did today isn't quite something that's been on my mind a long while, but it's a second cousin born in another moon phase and reared by coyotes.

                      Jack

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                      It's about number behavior.

                      Egos don't count.

                       

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                        Lucky 146:

                        You got me thinking more about those bonus ball games, so I decided to stop what I was doing and try out a couple of things with them.

                        I just posted wheels with numbers derived from trying to find something Maryland, New Mexico Roadrunner, and Washington DC had in common on azimuths, moon phases, anything. Those are the only bonus ball games I'm aware of (without checking more) with draws today.

                        I used the same base set of numbers for all of them and put together some headache home-spun wheels, running them up to satisfy the matrix-gods.

                        I don't know what else I'll go back to for the rest of the day to test, but those are up, plus a NY Lotto for their next draw using the same premise and basic numbers set.

                        Now I have to smoke some brain cells to try to figure out what I did day-before-yesterday, changed yesterday, to wockyjaw the works. I'll try to reconstruct things, arse-end-forward in a different way than yesterday, and try again.

                        Good luck,
                        Jack

                        I just posted wheels with numbers derived from trying to find something Maryland, New Mexico Roadrunner, and Washington DC had in common on azimuths, moon phases, anything. Those are the only bonus ball games I'm aware of (without checking more) with draws today.

                         For a first try, Washington DC Pick 6 didn't doooooooo too badly.  NMRR and Maryland aren't going to be in for a while, I reckons, but I'm middling curious to see how they do.

                         

                         
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                        Rip SnorterWashington, D.C.DC Daily 63 of 611-13-15-28-31-3908-11-25-28-31-33$5
                        Rip SnorterWashington, D.C.DC Daily 63 of 603-11-13-16-28-3108-11-25-28-31-33$5
                        Rip SnorterWashington, D.C.DC Daily 63 of 603-11-13-21-28-3108-11-25-28-31-33$5
                        Rip SnorterWashington, D.C.DC Daily 64 of 603-11-13-25-28-3108-11-25-28-31-33$100
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                        Absorb the good, ignore the bad, weigh the ugly.

                        It's about number behavior.

                        Egos don't count.

                         

                        Dedicated to the memory of Big Loooser

                         

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                          Wow...nice work - definitely not to shabby at all for a first go round -
                          I'm very interested to see how the others pan out as well.



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                            I haven't looked at the Results page, but it's getting close to time for me to take it to the wagon yard .... almost 11 pm here, and I'm not seeing NM or Maryland on the Thursday YESTERDAY WINNER list.

                            Leads me to think I'm still probably 'way off on getting anywhere with Pick 5 bonus ball behavior, but maybe (WADC) I'm getting closer with Pick 6s, or  the coincidence coordinators are playing a trick worthy of their reputation.

                            I've just re-posted the WADC numbers I used today so's to see if they do anything tomorrow.  Tomorrow ought to give a better test of the thing with Pick 6s because there are more draws with bonus balls.  Also put up something based on the same premise for Canada Magnificent 7.

                            The numbers are a roller-coaster worth the price of the ride, just to give a person grounds for self-examination.  Always trying to remind us the going up is worth the coming down, so long as we don't come down hard enough to break anything.

                            Lucky146, I think you might well be the only person on this Lottery Systems forum trying to do anything with this.  I hope you success.

                            Jack

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                            It's about number behavior.

                            Egos don't count.

                             

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                              Back to the drawing board. 

                              Possumly that NY prediction yesterday might come in, but I did right going to bed when I did.

                              New Mexico and Maryland were a bust, which pretty well takes the steam out of that piece of the theory.

                              I'm gonna have to go out onto the front porch and look at the new day, sip a cup of coffee a while.  Maybe something will come to me what I ought to be working on today.

                              For a while there I was thinking maybe I finally had those bonus ball games nailed.

                              J

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                              It's about number behavior.

                              Egos don't count.

                               

                              Dedicated to the memory of Big Loooser