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 Pick three lottery matrices 

which would you want more?
100 winning pick three tickets $1 Boxs/$250ea. 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
1 winning state lottery ticket/$3 million 100%  100%  [ 4 ]
Total votes : 4

 Pick three lottery matrices 
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Post Pick three lottery matrices
Can I use a bunch of the blank bonus lottery matrix sheets lets say 20 or even 100 to set up a bunch of random answer keys with plenty blank spaces in them and dowes for the pick three lottery #s. One at a time of course
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Tue Jan 01, 2008 5:34 am
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I don't understand the reason for your poll, since it doesn't lend itself to learning dowsing, unless it's just a curiosity thing. I can't give you an answer because I don't have $100 to bet on anything. I guess the old adage to gamble only if you can afford to lose is true in the dowsing world also. Please remember that dowsing is not an exact science.

I believe you can set up lottery dowsing grids any way you wish. Your subconscious must be able to interpret your intent in order to give the most reliable answer. Don't confuse your "self" by getting too convoluted!

The bonus fan diagram can be used in various ways. It can be used for degrees, years, distance, etc. You can supply the size and the types of divisions you wish. Typically, the forward swing of the pendulum is the signifier. This is only one example of how you may dowse for answers. You can create any simple diagram that will work for you as well as another, as long as your goal is clear in your mind and your protocols are accurately stated and written if possible. Make a conscious effort to train your pendulum response. Speaking it out loud is also a good idea.

Keep in mind, I'm still learning too, so I'm no authority. I'm just trying to be helpful.

Much success in 2008 for all our dowsing friends!
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Thu Jan 03, 2008 2:25 am
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About the poll! Taxes!
In most states you don't have to claim winning tickets under $250
Im just curious :lol:


Thu Jan 03, 2008 8:43 am
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Oh, I see. Thanks for clarifying. I hope those that understand will answer your poll.

Your poll may give you some answers, but I believe you wouldn't be able to take a firm conclusion from it. A 25-year-old would answer your poll one way, while a 95-year-old on Social Security would answer in another. You would have no way to discern their reasoning.

Curiosity is good. Keep questioning and seeking wisdom. I hope good fortune is paramount in everyone's life!

Best wishes!,
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Thu Jan 03, 2008 1:29 pm
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Post Re: Pick three lottery matrices
Given the choices:

100 winning pick three tickets $1 Boxs/$250ea. ==> $25,000 total value
1 winning state lottery ticket/$3 million ==> $3,000,000 annuity (or $250,000 lump sum?... I'm guessing at the lump sum value.)

I'm thinking I prefer the "1 winning state lottery ticket/$3 million" (and I voted that way).

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Two Favorable considerations for choosing the "1 winning state lottery ticket/$3 million":

:mrgreen: Value of the prize is my first consideration.

:mrgreen: Second consideration is how I'm going to respond to the state lottery commission's investigation of how I'm able to select 100 winning pick three tickets -- would the state let me continue to play? Or, would the state ban me, and blacklist me in other states (like casino's do to card-counters?)

From the point of view of that "second consideration" (of "regulatory" and "legal" restrictions), might be easier to practice on all the games, but only buy tickets for the larger value games, and not try to buy too many winning tickets. Buy tickets until you win, then manage your money well, and keep practicing dowsing for winning numbers -- just don't buy more tickets after a big win (or many MANY small wins). "Pretend" it was luck. (You could always practice dowsing for good investments to put your winnings into.)

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One Contrary consideration:

:mrgreen: Third consideration, however, is a big one for me -- the emotional impact of $3 million is MUCH greater for me than $250, so I might not have the detachment necessary to accurately dowse for the larger prize. :shock: :x :roll:

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Just playing around with the idea of practicing with a lottery -- easy to expect and plan for the best outcome :D , but (note to myself) need to expect and plan for the worst outcome :cry: :oops: :cry: , too.

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Tue Dec 16, 2008 9:47 am
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Post Re: Pick three lottery matrices
Well, now that I've actually tried this (and even purchased a few tickets to get the feel of the process) I realize that partial wins will result much more often than 100% wins. And/or the numbers can often be transposed (meaning, that the order of the numbers might be switched around).

Looks like the value of the wins can be less than the maximum.

My attempts with Pick 3 (and Pick 4) so far match from zero to two numbers. So, $0 for me so far. In this state's Pick 3 (and Pick 4) there is an option on the ticket to choose either "straight" or "box". "Straight" is when all three numbers match and are in the exact order. "Box" is when all three numbers match and are in any order.

In this state, Pick 3 "straight" value is $250 and "box" value is $40. Pick 4 "straight" value is $2500 and "box" value is $100.

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:mrgreen: I'll start buying Pick 3 and Pick 4 tickets again when I start matching all numbers in practice.

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Wed Dec 24, 2008 8:06 pm
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Post Re: Pick three lottery matrices
Question 1)

How do I upload files?

I drew some Lottery Matrices (Midday Pick 3, Evening Pick 3, Midday Pick 4, Evening Pick 4, Cash 5, Powerball and MegaMillions) and was attempting to post these for review and critique by the professionals.

(Have tried .png, .jpg and .pdf. -- No-Go to any format.)

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Question 2)

Okay to write the tasking statement at top of the page (like a title "Winning Number for the NEXT Midday (name of state) Pick 3") and place the matrix into the middle of the page (below the tasking statement)?

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Question 3)

Pick 3 and Pick 4 each have two drawings on one day. If I dowse both early in morning (for example, 5 AM), would these be appropriate tasking statements?

"Winning Number for the NEXT Midday (name of state) Pick 3"

"Winning Number for the NEXT Evening (name of state) Pick 3"

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Thanks!

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Wed Dec 24, 2008 10:24 pm
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Post Re: Pick three lottery matrices
Hey edb
try my method I haven't given it a go yet Im waiting to finish my NFL regular season experiment but take a look at it and tell me what you think. Narrowing the field makes the session a lot shorter and will hopefully eliminate AOL or the "thought process" which would creep in on me the last time. Any questions drop me a line.


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Post Re: Pick three lottery matrices
Hi RVAIS,

Clever! I didn't understand until you posted examples. Thanks.

I'm still using 10x3 matrix for pick 3 -- I place my templates in clear plastic "sheet-protectors", and record session with black "Expo.vis-a-vis Wet Erase" markers. After winning number is available, I record winning numbers on same template (in a different color). Use wet tissue to erase before doing next session. (Got the idea from watching LearnDowsing DVD.)

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A question: is Pick 3 called "NUMBERS" at http://www.nylottery.org/index.php ? Thanks!

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Bravo, RVAIS, for posting your work. (NFL Regular season and NY pick 3.)

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Wed Jan 07, 2009 3:19 am
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yep called numbers, tough to create cue for RV lottery session


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Post Re: Pick three lottery matrices
I think the process shown on the training DVD is for optimal success while limited analytical overlay. If you do too many times, your thinking mind is bound to kick in.


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