remote viewing lottery

Remote Viewing Lottery

The following is an attempt of remote viewing the lottery by CarlosX who has previously tried to do so using astral time travel via the HDR.

It so happens that there is a man by the name of Brian Ladd who uses precog dreams to get lotto numbers, but he does not remote view them. Distance and time mean nothing in remote viewing as we can see tommorrow as clear as yesterday.

Remote Viewing Lottery – Audio

This is my first audio file on remote viewing lottery This is my attempt to find the future lotto numbers. We may yet see how close I can come to the winning lotto number. Ed Dames says remote viewing lottery is impossible because we cannot see using RV letters or numbers. Perhaps, but I still try. Inventor Steven Gibbs told me that you get bad karma if you use his HDR to win the lotto, but I do not use the HDR for RV.

The digital recorder on top was utilized to record my voice and how I obtain numbers for the lotto using my technique for remote viewing lottery.

There are companies that sell kits for remote viewing the lottery. I have not tested this kit so I cannot say how good it is. I do it is very hard for me to see numbers in the future. This ability is one that requires training and a lot of energy. I am tired after an RV session.

Remote Viewing Lottery The following is an attempt of remote viewing the lottery by CarlosX who has previously tried to do so using astral time travel via the HDR. It so happens that there is

15 Steps to Win the Lotto!

Fifteen Steps to Success! ARV for the Lotto

Here are the actual steps to practice your ARV just to get the first number on the Pick 3. For this example, we will use tastes. You can also use smells or textures or colors or sounds. Just be sure you have a way to give yourself feedback. For sounds, I use an iPhone app called “Sounds Real.”

STEP 1: Type up a huge list of tastes. You’ll need 30 to 50 tastes that are distinctive. You may think “That’s impossible!” but it is actually not that difficult. Go in your kitchen and check out the spice rack, the condiment cupboard, and the candy dish!

STEP 2: Print out your list.

STEP 3: Separate the tastes by cutting them into individual slips of paper.

STEP 4: Fold each piece of paper.

STEP 5: Put all of the folded slips into a container (bag, box, hat, etc.) and mix them up.

STEP 6: When you are ready to try guessing the first number of the Pick Three, choose 10 random slips of paper from your container.

STEP 7: Line up 10 envelopes and number them from 0 to 9. (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9)

STEP 8: Without looking, put one slip into each envelope.

STEP 9: Ask yourself the question: “Move to tonight at ____ o’clock and tell me what you taste.” (The time you choose depends on when the lottery folks actually do the Pick 3 Drawing for the day. If it is at 7 p.m., for example, you may want to say, “Move to tonight at 7:15 p.m. and tell me what you taste.” That will give you an additional 15 minutes from the time the lotto folks draw the number for you to find the right feedback to eat or taste.) Write down the first thing you notice. Don’t over think it!

STEP 10: As soon as you make your guess, open the envelopes. Be sure to keep the right taste with the right envelope! Don’t let them get mixed up!

STEP 11: Which taste comes closest to your guess? Let’s say that you guessed chocolate, and you discover when you open the envelopes that the envelope you wrote the number 8 on had a slip in it that says “chocolate.” Voila! You have chosen 8 as the first number of tonight’s Pick 3. If there is no taste to match the one you tasted, you can try choosing the closest one. For example, if you said “lemon” but there is no lemon, but lime is in one of the envelopes, go with that.

STEP 12: Wait until feedback time.

STEP 13: When the Pick 3 is drawn, see what the number is on the first ball. Look at the corresponding envelope. See what flavor was in that envelope. Taste that flavor and really get excited about the flavor. Don’t worry if you were right or wrong. Just get excited about the correct flavor. For example, if you tasted mint (which corresponded to envelope number 5) but the first ball was actually number 2 (which corresponded to envelope number 2 – containing the word “vinegar”) then you should taste vinegar at feedback time! And make a big deal out of the interesting taste of vinegar.!

STEP 14: If you were right, reward yourself by doing something you really enjoy. (massage, bubble bath, fun game, favorite TV show…). If you were not correct, don’t get upset. Taste the right taste (see step 14) and then move on with your activities, knowing that practice makes perfect.

STEP 15: Remove the slips of paper from the envelopes and put them back into the bag or box. Keeping the lists fresh each time is a good idea. Next time you practice, you will go through these 16 steps again, and your list will be different.

The idea of winning the lottery is fascinating to many people. Can it be done? The answer is yes. It can be and it has been, using the method described in this article. The keys to winning are practice and patience. If you can excel at both of these, you are on your way to becoming a winner! Start simply by practicing with just one number: the first number of the Pick 3 lottery.

Once you correctly name the first number on the Pick 3 on a consistent basis, you can move on to doing the first AND the second numbers. When you can get both of those regularly, you can move on to doing all three numbers. Winning the Pick 3 regularly can really increase your monthly income!

To graduate from getting just the first number to getting all three, simply go through these 15 steps three times in one day. But remember: Don’t try that until you have first become consistent with correctly identifying the first number, and then the first and second numbers. Don’t rush the process. Practice makes perfect.

It is a good idea to have several containers, each with 30 to 50 distinct sensory items in the same category. So you could have one container with tastes, one with smells, one with sounds, one with textures, and one with colors.

Be sure you have the feedback ready! Feedback is essential and is what makes ARV work! The reasons behind this are explained in the Intuitive Specialists’ ARV manual and in the ARV course handout “ARV: The Controlled Use of Time Loops.” (To find out how you can take the full Associative Remote Viewing course with Intuitive Specialists, contact us at [email protected])

In other words, if the 10 tastes for today’s practice are: cherry, vinegar, lime, raw egg white, mint, chocolate, licorice, garlic, salt and roasted almonds, be sure that all 10 of these flavors are on hand to taste. If you think you taste garlic but then at feedback time, you discover that you don’t have any garlic available to taste, that won’t help the process at all. In fact, if you don’t give yourself feedback, your subconscious mind will probably not give you an answer to the question: “Move to tonight at 7 p.m. and tell me what you taste” because in truth, you didn’t (or won’t) taste anything unless you make sure you have the proper feedback taste available. The same goes for any other sensory. That is why I like the iPhone app “Sounds Real” – it is an easy way to get feedback for sounds, doesn’t make you gain weight, and is fast, cheap and non-messy.

Most important of all, remember to have fun and enjoy this. Balance this practice with other activities. Don’t get obsessed with it. The more fun you make it, the more successful you will be.

So, when you go for all three numbers, in step 19, do you try to guess the three tastes that first come to mind? What a good idea associating numbers with tastes or colors. Do you find this way you will avoid inversions like 6 being 9 and vice versa?

Dear Olivia,
In your question, you refer to “step 19” — I am sure that must be a typo. There are only 15 steps. Just follow the steps, one at a time.
Yes, by associating a taste or a smell or a sound, etc, with a number, you can avoid inversions, like 6 and 9.

Olivia mentions “step 19,” and I only see 15 steps. I, too, am interested in how to pick all three numbers. Thanks.

Hi, Joyce,
I see Olivia’s comment now. I just wrote her back. I think her referral to “Step 19” must be a typo, as there are only 15 steps. Hopefully, you can see my reply to her.

This is very interesting, do you think this could apply to Horse Racing also? With each envelope having the number of the horse?

Does these steps work?
Do you think these steps
will work for dowsing lottery numbers?
Maybe calling it associated pendulum dowsing??

I must be very slow. I didn’t comprehend any of it. I’m in Australia, we have 45. What are these three you mention. Plus can you explain it to me so I can understand it.

Hi Gerry,
In America we have several different lotteries. Some are Pick 3 or Pick 4 where you choose numbers from 0-9 and they have small jackpots. For instance in Pick 3, you choose 0-9 for the 1st number, 0-9 for the 2nd number, and 0-9 for the 3rd number. Your entry might look something like 2-2-9 and you would play that number. The big lotteries involve many more numbers and have a large jackpot which must be shared. Recently a woman in the US kept seeing the number 1-0-3-1 during the day so she bought 20 lottery tickets with that number. Later that day she still felt strongly about it and bought 10 more tickets. Her numbers were picked that night so she won the lottery 30 times that day! The jackpot was $5000 – so she won 30 times for a total of $150,000. Which I think is a good way to leverage this strategy. I hope that helps.

Excellent response, Andi! Great explanation! I need you on my team!

Hi, Gerry,
We have a small lottery that pays $500 USD or less. The winner correctly predicts the three one-digit numbers that will be drawn at a pre-determined time. Some cities have several Pick Three lottery drawings per day! The idea behind this type of associative remote viewing (ARV) is that you are associating a sensory (taste, smell, color, texture or sound) with a number. Numbers are hard to predict, because they are a man-made construct understood by the left side of your brain. So in ARV, we are using the right side of the brain in combination with the subconscious mind to predict what we will experience (taste, smell, see, feel, or hear) at a pre-determined time. It is too complex to explain in a short paragraph via email. But you can learn more by checking out the Applied Precognition Project (APP) online. Thanks!

So you’re training to gain a premenition of what tastes you will eat/taste after the draw, which will be the tastes corresponding the actual winning numbers.
That explains it ??

Hi Lori and your magic team,
Thank you so much for this free entry into further RV studies with you. With tastes, just think of 50 different things you would eat and jot them down?

Lori, out of all the remote viewing info I have read yours is the best so far. So I used your target pool page and so guessed the correct target 4 out of 5 times. You can imagine my response! I was elated! I have always felt so had a 6th sense and wanted to explore this further. Sorry this is so long I just have a few comments. So I am also very good at lucid dreaming. Do you find a correlation between the two? Remote viewing and lucid dreaming? Finally I had a dream that I won the mega lottery and I kept seeing the same numbers in the dream. I would love to discuss them with you as I am not sure how to correlate them to the lottery or what they may mean. All the best, thank you!

Hi Lori,
Ignore my question. I’ve got it. Just gotta practice (-:

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