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Astrology Numbers for 8/9/06

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libra's avatar - chi
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Posted: August 7, 2006, 11:46 pm - IP Logged

Sun in Leo                      5-----0               

Moon in Aquarius 11 = 2-----7    2nd Quarter Full Moon

Wednesday  Mercury 3 - 6--8 - 1 

523 - 526 - 528 - 521 - 573 - 576 - 578 - 571 - 023 - 026 - 028 - 021 - 073 - 076 - 078 - 071     

For Additional Pick-4s add a 0 to the above Pick - 3s.

5236 - 5238 - 5231 - 5268 - 5261 - 5281 - 5736 - 5738 - 5731 - 5768 - 5761 - 5781 - 0718 - 0716 - 0713 - 0786 - 0783 - 0763 - 0218 - 0216 - 0213 - 0286 - 0283 - 0263    

Draw Time Planets

E.D.T.

Ohio 12:29 PM. Sun 5 - 0 , 7:29 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3   

PA.  1:10 PM. Sun 5 - 0  , 7:PM. Jupiter 9 - 4           

New Jersey 12:55 PM. Sun 5 - 0 , 7:55 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3

New York 12:25 to 12:30 PM. Sun 5 - 0 , 7:35 to 7:55 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3 , 11:21 PM. Saturn 1 - 6     

Michigan  12:59 PM. Sun 5 - 0 , 7:29 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3   

Georgia 12:29 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3 , 6:59 PM. Jupiter 9 - 4 ,11:PM. Mercury 3-6  8-1  

Florida 7:57 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3  

Kentucky 1:25 PM. Sun 5 - 0 , 11:PM. Mercury 3-6  8-1

Massachusetts 7:57 PM. Sun 5 - 0  

South Carolina 6:59 PM  Jupiter 9 - 4

Virginia 2:PM. Venus 2-7 , 11:PM. Moon 4 - 9

Maryland  12:28 PM. Sun 5 - 0 , 7:56 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3   

C.D.T.

Texas  12:PM. Mars 1-8  6-3 ,10:12 PM. Mercury 3-6  8-1   

Missouri  12:45 PM. Sun 5 - 0 , 6:45 PM. Jupiter 9 - 4  

Minnesota  6:25 PM. Jupiter 9 - 4

Tennessee  6:28 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3 

Illinois 12:40 PM. Sun 5 - 0 , 9:22 PM. Venus 2-7 

Iowa  9:59 PM. Mercury 3-6  8-1  

Oklahoma 9:10 PM. Sun 5 - 0  

P.D.T.                                         

California  1:PM. Sun 5 - 0 , 7:PM. Mars 1-8  6-3

Oregon 1:PM. Sun 5 - 0 , 4:PM. Moon 4 - 9 , 7:PM. Jupiter 9 - 4 , 10:PM. Mercury 3-6  8-1 

A.W.S.T. 

Singapore - 6:30 PM. Mars 1-8  6-3 

A.D.T.

New Brunswick , Canada  10:PM. Venus 2-7   

Today is the 221 day of the year, with 144 days left in the year.

                      776-------------------------699   

Green is the Planet and  Sign Numbers, Black are the Mirror Numbers.

Good Luck Libra Dave          Libra 

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    Posted: August 8, 2006, 1:04 am - IP Logged

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      Posted: August 8, 2006, 9:49 pm - IP Logged

      Thank You Very Much! Appreciate it:-)

      Your hearts on the loose, you roll them sevens with nothin to lose, this ain't no place for the weary kind

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        Posted: August 9, 2006, 12:42 pm - IP Logged

            TODAY'S ALMANAC- Wednesday, Aug 09, 2006 
            "The History, Days and Events that Shape Your Life" 
        Today is Wednesday, Aug. 9, the 221st day of 2006 with 144 
        to follow. The moon is full. The morning stars are Saturn, 
        Mercury, Venus, Uranus and Neptune. The evening stars are 
        Mars, Jupiter and Pluto. 

        Those born on this date are under the sign of Leo include: 

         

        English author and angler Izaak Walton in 1593; 

        pioneer Swiss child psychologist Jean Piaget in 1896; 

        Violinist Zino Francescatti in 1902; 

        English actor/playwright Robert Shaw in 1927; 

        Hall of Fame basketball player Bob Cousy in 1928 (age 78); 

        Australian tennis star Rod Laver in 1938 (age 68); 

        comedian David Steinberg in 1942 (age 64); 

        actor Sam Elliot in 1944 (age 62); 

        heavyweight boxer Ken Norton in 1945 (age 61); 

        actresses Melanie Griffith in 1957 (age 49) 

        and Amanda Bearse in 1958 (age 48); 

        pop singer Whitney Houston in 1963 (age 43); 

        and actress Gillian Anderson ("The X-Files") in 1968 (age 38). 

        On this date in history: 

        In 480 B.C., after one of history's most famous battles, 
        Persian forces overran the heavily outnumbered Spartan 
        defenders of the narrow pass at Thermopylae in Greece. 
         
        In 1936, American Jesse Owens won his fourth Olympic gold 
        medal in Berlin. 
         
        In 1945, a U.S. B-29 bomber dropped an atomic bomb nicknamed 
        "Fat Man" on the Japanese city of Nagasaki. 
         
        In 1969, actress Sharon Tate and four other people were 
        slain by the followers of Charles Manson in the first of 
        two nights of bizarre killings. 
         
        In 1974, U.S. President Richard Nixon's resignation became 
        effective at noon and Vice President Gerald Ford was sworn 
        in as the nation's 38th chief executive. 
         
        In 1991, Vietnamese Prime Minister Do Muoi resigned. He was 
        succeeded by Vo Van Kiet, who vowed to transform Vietnam 
        into a market economy. 
         
        In 1992, the largest Summer Olympic Games in history ended 
        in Barcelona, Spain. 
         
        In 1995, the 50th anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombing 
        of Nagasaki was observed in the Japanese city. 
         
        In 1996, a Florida jury ordered $750,000 be paid to lung 
        cancer patient Gracy Carter, whose suit against the maker 
        of Lucky Strikes was based on company memos indicating 
        knowledge of tobacco's addictiveness when the company said 
        otherwise in public. 
         
        Also in 1996, an ill-looking Boris Yeltsin attended a 
        brief swearing-in ceremony for his new term as president 
        of Russia. 
         
        In 1997, Elvis Week began in Memphis as fans commemorated 
        the 20th anniversary of the death of Elvis Presley. 
         
        In 2001, U.S. President George W. Bush announced he would 
        allow federal funding for limited stem-cell research 
        using human embryos. 
         
        In 2003, more than 150 candidates signed up to try to 
        replace California Gov. Gray Davis if he lost his recall 
        vote. Davis was voted out of office and replaced by actor 
        Arnold Schwarzenegger, an Austrian-born Republican. 
         
        In 2004, Terry Nichols was sentenced to life in prison 
        without possibility of parole for his role in the 
        Oklahoma City federal building bombing, worst act of 
        domestic terrorism in U.S. history. 
         
        In 2005, the space shuttle Discovery and its crew of 
        seven landed safely, ending its 14-day mission in 
        pre-dawn darkness at Edwards Air Force Base in California. 
         
        Also in 2005, hundreds of Iraqi women staged a sit-in 
        in a central Baghdad square to press for political 
        rights in Iraq's new constitution. 
         
         


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          Posted: August 10, 2006, 12:01 am - IP Logged

          7th,8th, and 9th P3/P4 Hit$

           

          Wed, Aug 9, 2006ConnecticutMidday 38-5-2
          Wed, Aug 9, 2006IdahoPick 37-5-6
          Wed, Aug 9, 2006MissouriMidday Pick 35-2-1
          Wed, Aug 9, 2006OhioMidday Pick 38-5-7
          Wed, Aug 9, 2006OntarioPick 35-7-1
          Tue, Aug 8, 2006TexasMidday Pick 31-5-7
          Mon, Aug 7, 2006KansasPick 38-7-5
          Mon, Aug 7, 2006KentuckyMidday Pick 37-8-5

           

          Wed, Aug 9, 2006MichiganDaily 30-2-8
          Wed, Aug 9, 2006New JerseyMidday Pick 32-0-1
          Tue, Aug 8, 2006NebraskaPick 30-7-1
          Tue, Aug 8, 2006OklahomaPick 30-8-2
          Mon, Aug 7, 2006ArizonaPick 37-0-1

           

          Wed, Aug 9,

          LouisianaPick 43-1-5-2

          Wed, Aug 9,

          QuebecLa Quotidienne 48-6-5-7

          Tue, Aug 8,

          New JerseyMidday Pick 48-7-6-5

          Mon, Aug 7,

          OhioMidday Pick 47-6-5-3

          Wed, Aug 9,

          Rhode IslandNumbers Game8-0-7-1

          Tue, Aug 8,

          LouisianaPick 47-0-6-3

          Mon, Aug 7,

          MichiganMidday 42-0-6-1

          Mon, Aug 7,

          New JerseyPick 48-0-6-2

           

           

           

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