As this billboard shows, people get lucky lives by chance – but that’s not the case with the lottery.
We live in a world of numbers.
For me, it’s a vocation, my life. For you, numbers are just a means to an end – winning a vast amount of money from the lottery so you never have to worry about doing the dishes or choosing to go by car or train. Or ever work again.
But there’s always been a big emphasis on numbers and their effect on our lives.
Take the date on the billboard above: 12/12/12. It will be the only time this century that repetitive numbers line up like this.
Some people got married at 12 minutes after midday on that day. So unlike me and many others, they’ll never forget their wedding anniversary.
And then there was a reversed number in that date…. 21/12/12. The so-called end of the world based on a Mayan calendar.
One of the advantages of being in the Southern Hemisphere here in New Zealand is that we’ll experience the end of civilisation a day before anyone else. Well, that didn’t work, obviously.
Crazy, when you think how some people can believe facts like these without giving it some serious thought.
Numerology is another figures department. Numerologists and their followers (not us!) believe that your life can be controlled by sequences of numbers based on your birth date.
So, in the world of strange numbers, how do the lottery numbers pan out? Well, they’re somewhat unpredictable, even for my System.
But I’m not worried. You see, there’s a law that makes it all right again…
The law of averages.
So unlike these world events that are a once-off occurrence, lottery numbers always bounce back each week based on the law of averages. We can be very sure that our next game will be a winner for us, especially if you use LottoPredict.
By the way, don’t add lucky numbers to your lottery tickets. There’s no proof anywhere that these kind of numbers have any influence on your luck. Stick to the System and it will work for you.
…got to hand it to you, the lotto system you invented should be destroyed so only I can use it. I had to share my prize with 3 others which made it only $54,370.00 for me, but Im not complaining…
Jeb G. (email@example.com)