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GamBlur's Theory of Weekdays = #'s

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Posted: December 20, 2012, 2:49 pm - IP Logged

This is the formula i use to come up with #'s , now remember , i am not giving yall Secrets and metaphors. i am just sharing HOW my formula SOMETIMES helps me decipher what may be the leading hit & the carrier #. keep in mind. the way you choose your #'s is different from how i choose mine. so here i go

some of the letters & #'s have a Formal & informal expression. so i will try my best to see if the font family can express them enough for you to understand

SUNDAY = (5/2), 4,(2/5/7),0,8,4

sunday = the lower case d is (9/6) the lower case a can be (0),(6), and even a (2) because the Formal a has a upright hook.

MONDAY= 3,0,2/5/7,0,8,4

monday = 3,0,4,(6/9),(0,2),4,1,7 Sometimes the formal Y stands straight to look like number 1, slanted to look like 7, or settled to look like 4 ..

TUESDAY = (1/7),4,3,(5/2),0,8, (4/1/7)

okay since i am in a rush i will kind of hurry things up

i explained in one of my other posts what Wednesday possessed. just check the post.

when i come back i will post what Thur, Fri, & SAT possess. just that when u concentrating on #'s all the time, it makes me quite restless to be honest. i will keep yall posted though.

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    Posted: December 20, 2012, 3:11 pm - IP Logged

    This is the formula i use to come up with #'s , now remember , i am not giving yall Secrets and metaphors. i am just sharing HOW my formula SOMETIMES helps me decipher what may be the leading hit & the carrier #. keep in mind. the way you choose your #'s is different from how i choose mine. so here i go

    some of the letters & #'s have a Formal & informal expression. so i will try my best to see if the font family can express them enough for you to understand

    SUNDAY = (5/2), 4,(2/5/7),0,8,4

    sunday = the lower case d is (9/6) the lower case a can be (0),(6), and even a (2) because the Formal a has a upright hook.

    MONDAY= 3,0,2/5/7,0,8,4

    monday = 3,0,4,(6/9),(0,2),4,1,7 Sometimes the formal Y stands straight to look like number 1, slanted to look like 7, or settled to look like 4 ..

    TUESDAY = (1/7),4,3,(5/2),0,8, (4/1/7)

    okay since i am in a rush i will kind of hurry things up

    i explained in one of my other posts what Wednesday possessed. just check the post.

    when i come back i will post what Thur, Fri, & SAT possess. just that when u concentrating on #'s all the time, it makes me quite restless to be honest. i will keep yall posted though.

    Do you have a chart or something to correlate these formulas??  And, what is the result??

     

     

     

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      Posted: December 20, 2012, 3:57 pm - IP Logged

      i lack in documentation... Everything i have is Either like off the top or Scrambled on scrap paper will i wont understand After the day i made the scrap..

      i am still finding my Arse on how i Hit that 300 in NY yesterday.

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        Posted: December 20, 2012, 4:23 pm - IP Logged

        This is the formula i use to come up with #'s , now remember , i am not giving yall Secrets and metaphors. i am just sharing HOW my formula SOMETIMES helps me decipher what may be the leading hit & the carrier #. keep in mind. the way you choose your #'s is different from how i choose mine. so here i go

        some of the letters & #'s have a Formal & informal expression. so i will try my best to see if the font family can express them enough for you to understand

        SUNDAY = (5/2), 4,(2/5/7),0,8,4

        sunday = the lower case d is (9/6) the lower case a can be (0),(6), and even a (2) because the Formal a has a upright hook.

        MONDAY= 3,0,2/5/7,0,8,4

        monday = 3,0,4,(6/9),(0,2),4,1,7 Sometimes the formal Y stands straight to look like number 1, slanted to look like 7, or settled to look like 4 ..

        TUESDAY = (1/7),4,3,(5/2),0,8, (4/1/7)

        okay since i am in a rush i will kind of hurry things up

        i explained in one of my other posts what Wednesday possessed. just check the post.

        when i come back i will post what Thur, Fri, & SAT possess. just that when u concentrating on #'s all the time, it makes me quite restless to be honest. i will keep yall posted though.

        Here is the link in reference to Wednesday: http://www.lotterypost.com/thread/254631/2840355