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This Is What "The Phenomenon" Is

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Posted: March 29, 2007, 2:45 pm - IP Logged

Hello there everyone.

I was wanting to get some clarity about something.

Ok, I assume that there are any number of people here in the forums who work very hard on predicting future results within the Pick 3 and 4 type lottery games specifically.

I assume many (maybe all) make use of various software(s) to aid them.

I'm assuming that some (or many) of you look for progressions (not patterns but progressions).

But just what is a "progression" exactly?

I would very much like to find out exactly what a progression is so that I can compare it to what I have always been calling a progression when I work on the phenomenon.

I am trying to find out if what I have been calling progressions indeed are progressions and are not actually something else.

Can someone provide for me a literal example of a progression occurring in either the Pick 3 or 4 type games?

Is one person's definition of a progression different than another's definition?

I'm just trying to find out exactly what constitutes a "progression".

"A progression occurs when _____?_____ "

I am extremely interested in finding this out.

Thanks in advance.

Oh, and it's very nice to be back with all of you.  Smile

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    Posted: March 29, 2007, 11:21 pm - IP Logged

    Hello there everyone.

    I was wanting to get some clarity about something.

    Ok, I assume that there are any number of people here in the forums who work very hard on predicting future results within the Pick 3 and 4 type lottery games specifically.

    I assume many (maybe all) make use of various software(s) to aid them.

    I'm assuming that some (or many) of you look for progressions (not patterns but progressions).

    But just what is a "progression" exactly?

    I would very much like to find out exactly what a progression is so that I can compare it to what I have always been calling a progression when I work on the phenomenon.

    I am trying to find out if what I have been calling progressions indeed are progressions and are not actually something else.

    Can someone provide for me a literal example of a progression occurring in either the Pick 3 or 4 type games?

    Is one person's definition of a progression different than another's definition?

    I'm just trying to find out exactly what constitutes a "progression".

    "A progression occurs when _____?_____ "

    I am extremely interested in finding this out.

    Thanks in advance.

    Oh, and it's very nice to be back with all of you.  Smile

    "I'm assuming that some (or many) of you look for progressions (not patterns but progressions)."

    If a pattern advances, it would be a progression.

    "But just what is a "progression" exactly?"

    A series of numbers which have a relation between them and the next.

    2 - 4 - 6 - 8 - 10 - 8 - 6 - 4 - 2

    "I am trying to find out if what I have been calling progressions indeed are progressions and are not actually something else."

    Can you give an example of what you're calling progressions?

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      Posted: March 30, 2007, 4:35 pm - IP Logged

      The following is some of what I know and can reveal about the phenomenon:

      For me it is about as difficult to explain as anything concerning God. Maybe it is God.

      This is what is going on:

      "Genuinely random numbers are actually intelligent progressions."

      Literally each and every number (digit) that comes up in the Pick 3 and 4 type games (and perhaps other kinds of games too) is involved at that very moment in the formation of a progression.

      More than that...

      Each and every number (digit) that comes up in the Pick 3 and 4 games is involved at that very moment in the formation of "multiple progressions".

      ***

      Please don't make the mistake of thinking that I am talking about "patterns". I definitely am not. I am talking about "progressions".

      Patterns come and go arbitrarily and are never sustained -- but a progression doesn't need to be sustained. A progression fulfills a singular goal of ultimately arriving at a particular destination. A progression is its own man, so to speak. It goes where it means to.

      These progressions are beautiful, elegant, and "intelligent".

      I know that I will have to explain my use of that last word. I may not be able to do so adequately, but I will try.

      Very specific single progressions as well as very specific multiple progressions are always tending toward a very specific number. That number appears at a very specific "interval" and not before. The progressions actually "see to this". That is why I refer to the progression(s) as being "intelligent". Crazy stuff ain't it!

      Let me try to make the point again: The particular number (digit) that just popped out of that Pick 3 machine on television was "destined" to because of not only a single progression that it is involved in, but indeed because of multiple progressions it is involved in.

      Each and every number never fails to appear "when and where it is suppposed to". Its appearance is "by design" if you can believe it. (And no I don't blame you a bit for not believing it.)

      ***

      These progressions are flowing in either direction (forwards into the future as well as backwards into the past) from any and every point in the columns.

      ***

      I'm trying very hard:

      Not only is a single progression heading to a specific number, but multiple progressions are heading to it too -- and then continuing on to new numbers. (Arrrgh! frustrating!)

      ***

      I'll try harder:

      You can start on any number (digit) in any column and you are at that moment in the midst of a progression being formed and also at the beginning of one as well as at the end of one. You can also start on that very same number and switch directions and you are again in the midst of a progression being formed but it's now a new and different progression even though you started on that same number. You get it?

      Say that you are starting on a previously drawn "7" in the middle column. Well, that 7 is in the midst of participating in a progression (and indeed in multiple progressions) moving forward. Now, stay on that same 7 and go in the opposite direction (backwards). It is now participating in a new progression as well as in new multiple progressions. All of that with that same single number. You get it? That's just one aspect of the phenomenon mind you.

      ***

      Look. Let me try to get to the heart of the thing:

      Literally every digit in a column is participating in a specific progression and a specific set of progressions going in both directions. The presence of the other two columns allows for the phenomenon of absolute versatility to be present. And the presence of that absolutely versatility makes this nothing less than a "literally perfect phenomenon" and is therefore a sublime one.

      Actually it's more than sublime.

      If you want to know the truth -- I don't think it's an exaggeration to say that I think I can perceive the presence of The Devine in it.

      Crazy ain't I?

      ***

      For now just consider what I have said about progressions: That they are what the phenomenon is.

      Note: All of these beautiful progressions are right there for the eye to see.

      There's no need for software to figure any of it.

      It's only that the perceiver must be able to see and follow the absolute versatility of these progressions.

      I think my own particular difficulty with it is that I can perceive just enough of it to always be confused by it.

      ***

      Allow me to end this post the way I began it by claiming:

      "Genuinely random numbers are actually intelligent progressions."

      I could actually amend that a little:

      "Genuinely random numbers in multiple columns always form intelligent progressions."

      ***

      I hope that I did not disappoint anyone with this post.

      ***

      Trying to explain what is in my head is trying to put flesh on an abstraction.

      ***

      I tried my best everyone!

      Regards for now.

      ***

      "I feel like Neo."

      As you said it is difficult to explain.

      What state are you looking at would be important to me when trying to explain how they come together?

      How many columns are we talking abou here?

      I could do all nine columns for each digit. Which may be better to see how digits travel around to other digits.

      To learn how to do this I wrote down the number that was drawn and then looked to see where it came from. Took awhile to sink in as I am thick skulled. Once it sunk in I knew what to look for wether I chose right or wrong for future numbers.

      MAGA

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        Posted: March 30, 2007, 5:35 pm - IP Logged

        How would you train yourself to do that?

        Basically the focus would be on 1 straight 3 digit number. Can you imagine being able to do that even once a month?

        Take a year of numbers... and do the back test... observing where they come from.. Then applying that skill for future draws..

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          Posted: March 30, 2007, 6:37 pm - IP Logged

          make a list of numbers by finding the longest digit out in first position. lets just say that digit is 9 then i find the digit that is second longest out lets say that number is 3. continue doing so until all ten digits are in column one. do the same for the second and third place.

          915 coldest 3 digits
          326
          437
          546
          891
          150
          063
          272
          604
          789 last number that just came out

          so i know that at some point a 9 is due to hit in first position. since it just came out in third position in the last draw. it is possible it will be in the next draw. So one of my numbers to play is 915 straight
          my next choice would be 902 the next choice would be 926 and so on. in other words many times it's the coldest digits that hit next. other plays would be 315 425 926.

          so regardless on which number might hit next digits that does hit moves to the bottom and all the rest move up a notch. For easy effect lets say 915 comes out, the new list will look like this.


          326 coldest 3 digits
          437
          546
          891
          150
          063
          272
          604
          789
          915 last number that just came out

          The average progressing could be 24 draws for all the digits in all three columns to recycle themselves. Some times less sometimes more. Every once in a while a long digit out in any position will stay cold for a long time. When it does hit many times it's a double. Seeing things also takes making charts to follow progressions.