Tuesday, February 13, 2007

 

Using Numerology to predict your lifes lucky lottery/lotto numbers


Everybody has their own lucky numbers

Most people when playing the lottery or lotto chose lucky dips. This gives you a random selection of numbers as your lotto entry. There is nothing wrong in this until you look closely at certain numbers which seem to crop up around you all the time.

Numerology predicts that certain numbers will show up in important combinations in your life again and again, which is so important when making your lottery/lotto selection. You don’t know it but you will literally draw them to you like a magnet. These numbers vibrate with you throughout your life time and are lucky for you without you ever knowing.

Your lucky numbers come from (2) sources: your date of birth, and your name (what you go by). Your date of birth gives us your Life Path, birthday, and your Fadic birthday, while your name gives us your Name lucky numbers.

To show you how their values are calculated and get you winning the lottery/lotto with out that word "luck", lets give an example. Actor Orlando Bloom was born on January 13th, 1977. We can calculate his lucky numbers as follows.

Life Path

Your Life Path is your luckiest number. It's Numerology's equivalent to your Sun sign in Astrology. You calculate your Life Path by adding together all the digits of your full date of birth, and then repeating the process until we get a single digit. This is called fadic addition. For Orlando Bloom, the process gives us (2) as shown below.

01-13-1977 = (0 + 1 + 1 + 3 + 1 + 9 + 7 + 7) = (29) = (2 + 9) = (11) = (1 + 1) = (2)

Birthday

Your Birthday is your second lucky number. It's the day of the month you were born on. Orlando Bloom's birthday value is (13).

Fadic Birthday

Your Fadic birthday is the result of adding together the digits in your birthday with fadic addition. If your birthday number is less than (10), then your fadic birthday is the same as your birthday number, and you have one less lucky number to work with. Orland Bloom's fadic birthday value is (4).

13 = (1 + 3) = 4

Name Lucky Numbers

Your Name lucky numbers are calculated by converting each of the letters in a name to it's position in the alphabet, reducing each number by fadic addition, and then summing the result. Two names will give us (2) lucky name numbers. If you use a third name or an initial (such as George W. Bush), you will have (3) lucky name numbers. Orland Bloom's name gives us (34) and (21) respectively.

Orlando = (15)+(18)+(12)+(1)+(14)+(4)+(15) = (6 + 9 + 3 + 1 + 5 + 4 + 6) = (34)

Bloom = (2)+(12)+(15)+(15)+(13) = (2 + 3 + 6 + 6 + 4) = (21)

Secondary Life Path Numbers

Finally, your Life Path number is so strong that we count all two-digit numbers, which match it when we use fadic addition on them as lucky numbers. This series of numbers can be found by adding multiples of 9 to your Life Path number. For Orlando Bloom this series of numbers is as follows:

11, 20, 29, 38, 47, 56, 65, 74, 83, and 92.

Conclusion

So Orlando Bloom's lucky numbers are: 2, 13, 4, 34, 21, and the Life Path series: 11, 20, 29, 38, 47, 56, 65, 74, 83, and 92. This calculation can be done for anyone because everyone has Lucky Numbers just waiting to be discovered.

This gives Orlando Bloom 15 lucky numbers which will crop up in his life time without him knowing and without him ever using them to there maximum potential. You on the other hand, now have the potential to unlock your lucky numbers to win big on the lottery/lotto when you play. Your lucky numbers are not just for playing the lottery/lotto, they can be used to win other things such as a raffle, a horse race etc.




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