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lottscorp's Projections For Powerball!

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    I just can't get myself to post my number predictions. That's just not my style.

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      Posted: May 17, 2003, 12:17 pm - IP Logged

      If you buy Quick-Pick selections then there is really no reason to post them as predictions. I assume that people who post predictions have studied the history of previous drawings of a lottery, noticed a pattern and are giving their best guess at what the next winning numbers will look like. So far, no one has come close with a jackpot game, so very few even try. I have posted my picks for a lottery, but I don't consider them predictions, just an indication of how I pick my numbers for those who are interested in sharing ideas about picking numbers to play. Lottoscorp, you didn't come close this time, but keep up the effort and if you ever pick a winner, please share you system with the rest of us.

      RJOh


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          Hi lottoscorp: How are you using the term "remote viewing" in the above post? Are you refering to remote viewing as in Scientific Remote Viewing? Just curious, thanks. Dowser



          Scientific Remote Viewing (SRV®) is a trainable mental procedure that can assist a person in obtaining accurate and detailed information from distant locations and across time. Simply, SRV is a controlled shifting of awareness that is performed in the normal waking state of consciousness. SRV uses the human nervous system in a way analogous to the way an astronomer uses a radio telescope. Using SRV, the human nervous system acts as a tuning device that connects us to an underlying field of nature through which knowledge of all things is possible.(SRV®) is a trainable mental procedure that can assist a person in obtaining accurate and detailed information from distant locations and across time. Simply, SRV is a controlled shifting of awareness that is performed in the normal waking state of consciousness. SRV uses the human nervous system in a way analogous to the way an astronomer uses a radio telescope. Using SRV, the human nervous system acts as a tuning device that connects us to an underlying field of nature through which knowledge of all things is possible.



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            Lottoscorp:

            According to Ed Dames, Remote Viewing on Pick 3 numbers is entirely within the realm of probability.  I personally use charts, graphs, "systems" and past history in combination to predict numbers.  I don't play with serious money unless there is a definite trend, but I always make projections to stay in practice.  I chart Texas, California, New York, Ohio, Illinois and New Mexico to accelerate the learning curve, but only play Texas since I live here.  Over the past two months I have racked up a 50/50 hit rate in all six states.

            Orangeman

             


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              Powerball $23 million Wednesday, May 21st.

              Hot Lotto $1,450,000 same night.

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                Hi orangeman, I am always interested in hearing from anyone familiar with Remote Viewing, no matter who's system they favor...TRV, TDS, SRV, ERV, ARV, CRV.....



                best to you, Dowser


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                  Posted: May 18, 2003, 8:00 am - IP Logged

                  Did anyone notice MUSL was late in transmitting last night's Powerball results...because someone was stuck in traffic in New Jersey (and the backup is on military leave?) I just heard this on the radio!

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                    Dowser:

                    How familiar are you with remote viewing?  I consider it a discipline rather than something occult.  I get about 50/50 results with Pick 3 and don't even try to work with Powerball or the new Texas Lotto.  Ten balls are about all this little country boy can handle at one time and I admittedly get way off the mark from time to time.  I don't approach Pick 3 with a target method, but as a prediction of where the lines will run on the chart.  It is much easier that way.  Some writers in the Pick 3 field (yes, there is a body of literature on the subject) compare Pick 3 to picking stocks.  I am admittedly better at stocks than the lotto.  I have averaged 15% on all trades this year.

                    Orangeman 

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                      Powerball players: Anyone inconvenienced/aggravated by the drawing delay Saturday night? Please tell me your story! I'm Elise Young, a reporter for The (Bergen) Record in Hackensack, NJ. We're working on a story about the technician who was stuck in traffic in Clifton, NJ. Please e-mail younge@northjersey.com or phone (201) 646-4440. (I will call you right back.)

                       

                       

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                        Hi orangeman...yes I agree it is a "discipline rather than something occult". I think I have every book written on the subject and have been following it since it became public in 1995. I have met Pru Calabrese, also Dale Graff, and once took a one day seminar from Pru (Pru just shut down and dropped off the web). I visit most rv web sites and discussion groups on a regular basis. I have Ed Dame's first video tape and the Monroe Institue program on CDs.



                        I started with Farsights method first now I kinda follow the DOD CRV manual. I am thinking about switching to Pru's TDS methods it is archived here:

                        http://www.firedocs.com/remoteviewing/misc/TDS-methods.pdf



                        I like pru's "fingers method" of picking lottery numbers.    Although I don't think it is in the material at the URL above. As you know most RVers tell you numbers are the hardest thing to come up with, as good an excuse as any for not winning the lottery every week I guess.



                        I would be very interested in hearing about your methods, for both lotteries and stocks, if you care to share...if not I understand. Maybe I should try the Pick 3s instead of the jackpot games. I have not checked my picks from Yesterday yet, I will let you know how I did if you are interested.



                        There is nothing wrong with being a "country boy" I just moved back to rural PA after living in the DC Metro area for 30 years.



                        Best wishes, and I hope to hear more about your RV experiences. Bill

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                          Posted: May 18, 2003, 6:10 pm - IP Logged

                          When ever anyone post their predictions or picks in a public forum, their successes and failures are documented.  Unlike professionals who sell software and systems, their information is free and opened to scrutiny.  With odds of 1:14M and worst, a jackpot winner is not likely to be posted so it is unreal for anyone to expect a winning post, but that should not prdvent posters from sharing their ideas.

                          RJOh


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                            Posted: May 21, 2003, 6:18 pm - IP Logged

                            Hello Dowser And Orangemen


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                              I Thought MUSL Headquaters