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The Lottery Code E-Book (Free)

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martingorgeous's avatar - azural
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Wow.  I have studied the bible for about 7 years now (and still studying), I am familiar with the bible code, I'm also familiar with Strong's Concordance numbers for the Hebrew and Greek words.

I skimmed thru the book and it's overwhelming.  How on earth do I even begin to try to apply this to my state's Cash 5 game or any other game for that matter.

Has anyone tried this out yet for themselves?

Hi Dawn32. I've read The Lottery Code, and I agree the code appears overwhelming. But the messages at the bottom of each page are really clear and simple.

Several of the messages "spoke" to me personally.  And those codes which are, in fact, Strong's Concordance numbers are the numbers I will play in the lottery.

I will also play certain winning numbers that appeared in the code between late 1994 to September 1995. A couple of those dates are significant to me, i.e. one of them is my Mom's birthday. So I'll play them.

I think every person who reads the book will have atleast a favorite message or a special date and that is the one they should stick with. Then they should continue to play those special numbers, no matter what happens.

For me, these numbers are lucky now, and nothing can stop me from winning the lottery as long as I play them. I know it, I believe it. I've already seen it. Blue Angel

    Dawn32's avatar - DawnMarch2012
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    Posted: July 28, 2011, 8:58 pm - IP Logged

    Thanks!  I saw there were over 200 messages the author wrote down and I will have to read thru them all.  Any advice on where to start?

    "Bless me Lord, so that I may be a blessing to others."

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      Posted: July 28, 2011, 9:15 pm - IP Logged

      Thanks for the info Joker.....Thumbs Up

        martingorgeous's avatar - azural
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        Posted: July 30, 2011, 12:04 pm - IP Logged

        Hi Dawn32. There are 302 messages.

        I'd suggest you read them when you have some quiet time. Begin with No. 1 and just persevere over a few days or weeks until you reach No. 302.

        The messages are astonishing. Most of them add up to 7958, the total of the code. It's like the author picked up 2, or 3, or 4, or 5, or 6, or 7 pieces of this jigsaw puzzle every day and each time those pieces added up to 7958. Mathematically quite improbable, I would Embarassed think.

        And you don't have to thank me. It's my pleasure.

        Wink We have to thank Joker17 for finding us The Lottery Code.

          Dawn32's avatar - DawnMarch2012
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          Hi Dawn32. There are 302 messages.

          I'd suggest you read them when you have some quiet time. Begin with No. 1 and just persevere over a few days or weeks until you reach No. 302.

          The messages are astonishing. Most of them add up to 7958, the total of the code. It's like the author picked up 2, or 3, or 4, or 5, or 6, or 7 pieces of this jigsaw puzzle every day and each time those pieces added up to 7958. Mathematically quite improbable, I would Embarassed think.

          And you don't have to thank me. It's my pleasure.

          Wink We have to thank Joker17 for finding us The Lottery Code.

          Amen to that Martingorgeous.  And thank u Joker17!

          "Bless me Lord, so that I may be a blessing to others."

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            Posted: August 1, 2011, 12:04 pm - IP Logged

            The priest at my church yesterday refered to Matthew doing everything in groups of 3.  Interesting! 

             

             

            I Agree!

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              Posted: August 11, 2011, 9:45 pm - IP Logged

              In the divine messages she doesn't say how she came up with the numbers. I gave up on trying to scroll to the next set of numbers. This is more like Bible lessons disguised as a lottery code. Ok do NOT give my guides any ideas.

              Just get me thru this so called life......

                martingorgeous's avatar - azural
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                Posted: August 12, 2011, 2:40 pm - IP Logged

                In the divine messages she doesn't say how she came up with the numbers. I gave up on trying to scroll to the next set of numbers. This is more like Bible lessons disguised as a lottery code. Ok do NOT give my guides any ideas.

                Hi ca-dreamin! The numbers that make up the lottery code come directly from the British National Lottery winning numbers from November 19, 1994 to September 23, 1995. The author has a photocopied list of these numbers from Camelot plc, the company that runs the lottery in the UK. What is amazing is that all the message codes added up to the same number (i.e. 7958, the total of these 45 weeks of numbers), and that it was also the registration number of her Dad's car when she was a little girl!

                The 100s and 100s of coincidences are mind-blowing!

                She discovered the hidden code in 1995, and cracked the lottery code ONLY when she discovered her codebook, "Thayer's" coded with "Strong's" Concordance Numbers. She said it is impossible to crack a code without a codebook.

                I'm really sorry you have given up trying to scroll the next set of numbers because I have discovered

                the hidden message within the lottery numbers. Wink Maybe you'll come back to The Lottery Code later on.

                Whatever you choose, I hope you win the lottery one day! As for me I'm sticking with this book.

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                  Hi ca-dreamin! The numbers that make up the lottery code come directly from the British National Lottery winning numbers from November 19, 1994 to September 23, 1995. The author has a photocopied list of these numbers from Camelot plc, the company that runs the lottery in the UK. What is amazing is that all the message codes added up to the same number (i.e. 7958, the total of these 45 weeks of numbers), and that it was also the registration number of her Dad's car when she was a little girl!

                  The 100s and 100s of coincidences are mind-blowing!

                  She discovered the hidden code in 1995, and cracked the lottery code ONLY when she discovered her codebook, "Thayer's" coded with "Strong's" Concordance Numbers. She said it is impossible to crack a code without a codebook.

                  I'm really sorry you have given up trying to scroll the next set of numbers because I have discovered

                  the hidden message within the lottery numbers. Wink Maybe you'll come back to The Lottery Code later on.

                  Whatever you choose, I hope you win the lottery one day! As for me I'm sticking with this book.

                  Ok I may need to take another look at this but just curious...is this code supposed to work for all lotteries? Just a little too much religion for me in her messages.  Oh and thanks for explaining this.

                  Just get me thru this so called life......

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                    I am starting to see what jimmy has been saying all along.  The first one to hit a JP please post

                    it here.

                    RL

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                      martingorgeous's avatar - azural
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                      Posted: August 14, 2011, 12:51 pm - IP Logged

                      Ok I may need to take another look at this but just curious...is this code supposed to work for all lotteries? Just a little too much religion for me in her messages.  Oh and thanks for explaining this.

                      Hi ca-dreamin*. I have no idea if this lottery code works for all lotteries. But I realize that the author of The Lottery Code has great experience of life, wisdom and truth. She also has the ability to point out another way of looking at things and gives us another point of view which is refreshing. Wink Most important, she saw the winning lottery numbers BEFORE they came out and proves it (See illustration in her Introduction). Smile

                      Best of luck!

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                        Hi ca-dreamin*. I have no idea if this lottery code works for all lotteries. But I realize that the author of The Lottery Code has great experience of life, wisdom and truth. She also has the ability to point out another way of looking at things and gives us another point of view which is refreshing. Wink Most important, she saw the winning lottery numbers BEFORE they came out and proves it (See illustration in her Introduction). Smile

                        Best of luck!

                        Numbers (math) cover every aspect of life.  From Fractals to electronics , to religon. 

                         

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                          Jesus Christ was preaching the poverty.

                           I hallucinate of that someone thinks that in the supposed word of Jesus Christ the response is to to prosper!.

                           It belongs to madmen! .I think  that Jesus Christ does not want lotteries.

                           As prominent figures of this"lottery post", they can sign his post  of lotteries with links to religious topics.

                           Bible and money are incompatible topics.

                           It is not possible to be a Christian and preach poverty and want to gain lotteries (unless it is to distribute the money between the poor)..

                           Regards and pardon if I offend someone...

                          Luck exists but when it comes, you have to be being employed at it

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                            Jesus Christ was preaching the poverty.

                             I hallucinate of that someone thinks that in the supposed word of Jesus Christ the response is to to prosper!.

                             It belongs to madmen! .I think  that Jesus Christ does not want lotteries.

                             As prominent figures of this"lottery post", they can sign his post  of lotteries with links to religious topics.

                             Bible and money are incompatible topics.

                             It is not possible to be a Christian and preach poverty and want to gain lotteries (unless it is to distribute the money between the poor)..

                             Regards and pardon if I offend someone...

                            I used to work for a man that won thousands of dollars in Las Vegas.  He was a big gambler who was always walking around with a lot of money.  He once told me that he didn't attend church on a regular basis, but let his actions show what kind of person he was.  He was a construction contractor who built homes for the homeless people ,and was always giving away money to those who needed it.  Enough said.

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                              I used to work for a man that won thousands of dollars in Las Vegas.  He was a big gambler who was always walking around with a lot of money.  He once told me that he didn't attend church on a regular basis, but let his actions show what kind of person he was.  He was a construction contractor who built homes for the homeless people ,and was always giving away money to those who needed it.  Enough said.

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                              Lakerben, the case that your you say is a punctual case.

                               It is not normal that the people who plays and wins to the lottery construct housings for poor people.

                               Often there are poor people who asks for money in the doors of the churches, and the devout persons who are going to pray give them not even a cent when they enter.

                               Regards

                              Luck exists but when it comes, you have to be being employed at it