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New Julian Calendar for 2004...leap year

Topic closed. 53 replies. Last post 13 years ago by interceptor.

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Posted: December 21, 2003, 6:25 pm - IP Logged
Quote: Originally posted by amber on December 21, 2003


Could you please give me a little help on the Julian numbers, I have a question.  Here is what I came up with for Texas December 20,2003 evening draw.





















Do you play the last number you came up with 243 or all the numbers that we came up with after subtracting? ex.( 843-198-443-798-043-398-643-998-243)

also, do you play these midday and evening?




see posts under julian first number look. it clears up a lot.

love to nibble those micey feet.



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    Posted: December 21, 2003, 7:35 pm - IP Logged

    Amber, I am sorry.  I just saw your post.  I have been quite busy lately.

    Yes you have the rundown right.  Add the julian number to the last draw number.  Don't carry and I believe you did it right.

    For example:

    215+926 = 131  The next day take 131 plus julian number and keep going ill you get back to the original draw number. 

    This won't work everyday but you will get your share of hits.  EmilyG is the pro on this.


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      Posted: December 21, 2003, 10:58 pm - IP Logged

      Sandy K, Thanks a lot for y

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        Posted: December 21, 2003, 11:23 pm - IP Logged

        Inteceptor, here is a list of the numbers that came up for the last 10 pick 3 draws on christmas day


        2002- 627

        2001- 313

        2000- 843

        1999- 666

        1998- 306

        1997- 853

        1996- 428

        1995- 755

        1994- Sunday

        1993- 640

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          Posted: December 21, 2003, 11:38 pm - IP Logged

          thanks amber!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! play 999 for the three days of xmas. 50 cent only!!!!!!!!!!buy them in advance, dont purchase the last two seperate. and do it at 832 pm your time

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            Posted: December 22, 2003, 7:38 am - IP Logged

            Thanks Inteceptor,

            I will give it a try.

            Have a Blessed Christmas



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              Posted: December 22, 2003, 11:21 am - IP Logged

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              C. A. - Julian calendars are in use for date tracking by some corporations and government agencies. The calendar makes it possible to track each day for a century using only five numerical places (digits).


              Intrceptor -

              Julian calendar is used mainly to track days between dvents, mainly for financial, supply, logistical and contract support. For instance, if one placed an order for a product or service on 03 Jul 03 (03184) and received it on 03 Oct 03 (03276), rather than add up the days in the months to determine how long it took to receive it, one would use the difference in the Julian calendar dates to determine there were 92 days between order and receipt. If the difference was between years one would use the regular subtraction method but use 365 (or 366) added to the last 3 numbers to determine the difference. For instance if youo placed that order on 03 Oct 03 (03276) and expected to receive it on 04 Jan 04 (04004) the latter Julian number wuld convert to 03369 and the number of days between dvents could be determined as 93. It was particularly useful in the earlier days of computerized operations when memory and storage capacity were in much shorter supply and more expensive.

              Some glitches in this: The 5-number Julian date "04004" represents 04 Jan 2004 but could just as easily represent 04 Jan 1904 or 04 Jan 2104. And the year 2000 was a leap year, but 1900 wasn't and 2100 won't be. If one were working with that long a time frame, such as one would for historical dvents, one would use the 7 number designation including the full year (2003276 and 2004004, using above examples)

              If you're going to use it to determine the days between hits to help you refine your pick system, it's ideal. Don't forget leap years and you're on your way.


              Blessed Saint Leibowitz, keep 'em dreamin' down there..... 

              Next week's convention for Psychics and Prognosticators has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances.


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                Posted: December 23, 2003, 7:04 am - IP Logged

                I have recently been informed by someone who possess great knowledge on the Julian Calendar.It seems that just about everyone here misses the mark.my source tells me,the Calendar days have a basic assessment type meaning and when used properly with other programs,that makes lottery come alive.My source tells me,in addition to basic assessment,it places the lottery in a position where weaknesses in limitations are appearantly and simulatingly,exposed for manipulation.I'm not sure where that leaves us.But from what I have gathered,it can be processed through a chart.This is great,I will stay on him.



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                  Posted: December 23, 2003, 10:06 pm - IP Logged

                  you are right, but we need