Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Numerology and Playing Lottery

The number one concern in playing any lottery is how to choose the number combination that will most likely give the player the biggest odd of winning. The methods of choosing the number combination is as varied as the people who play the lottery. Some lottery players choose the number combination based on the important numbers in their lives such as birthdays or anniversaries. Some people use the scientific approach in picking the number combination such as using strategies based on logic or math in the form of tracking and wheeling.

However, there is a large group of lottery players who believe that the correlation of stars and planets with their lives by way of the stars’ and planets’ positions or aspects may determine their future, hence the use of astrology in choosing the numbers combination in playing lottery. On the other hand, there are also people who use the ancient art of numerology in choosing their winning number combinations.

Numerology is defined as the study of numbers and the occult manner in which they reflect aptitudes and character tendencies as part of the cosmic plan. In numerology, each letter has a corresponding numeric value that provides a related cosmic vibration. For example, the sum of the numbers in a person’s birth date and the sum of value derived from the letters in the name of the same person is believed to have an interrelation of vibrations. The numbers are believed to show a lot about the character, purpose in life, motivation, and talents of the person. Numerology is consulted in determining the best time for major activities or major moves in a person’s life. It is also used as guide in making financial investment, making decisions of who or when to marry, and many other major decisions in a person’s life.

Many numerologists agree that birth numbers have the greatest significance in a person’s life and decision making. The birth date, considered to be the primary number, is regarded as the most influential number. If a person was born on December 23, 1988, the primary number is 5, derived by adding 2 + 3.  The secondary number is determined by combining the month, day, and year of birth. The person born of December 23, 1988 will determine his secondary number as month + date + year as follows:

December = 12 or 1 + 2 = 3; the day is 23 = 2 + 3 = 5; and 1988 is 1+ 9 + 8 + 8 =  26 or 2 + 6 = 8.

The equation will be 3 + 5 + 8 = 16 or 1 + 6 = 7

The person will have 5 as the primary number and 7 as the secondary number. He can use the numbers 5 and 7, together with other numbers determined by numerology to be good combinations with the primary and secondary numbers.

Expert numerologists and astrologers believe that nothing in life is completely random; events are determined by numbers or planets and stars.

Find your numbers now and play the lottery.


Atlanta Instant Game Winner is Twice Lucky

Delma Kinney is set to celebrate his 51st birthday on Dec. 5 with something to celebrate about. He won a $1 million on an instant lottery game. This is the second time he's won a million dollars on an instant game, the first time was in 2008. From the first win, he set aside some money for his three children's college education. This time he will be setting aside a portion to charity.

Kenney passed by the Chevron Food Mart at 2959 Campbellton Road in Atlanta and bought cold medicine. While there he also bought the winning Super Millions ticket. The Super Millions instant game is run by the Georgia Lottery and has cash prizes up to $5 million.

Source: AJC.com

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

$254M Powerball Jackpot Goes to 3 CT Asset Managers


After several false reports of lost tickets, the real winners of the $254 Powerball first prize have finally come forward to collect their prize. They arrived at the Connecticut lottery head offices in a stretch limo and wore business suits. It also happens that they are managers of a small boutique aset management firm based in Greenwich, CT.

Greg Skidmore, Brandon Lacoff and Tim Davidson of Belpointe LLC, collected their lump sum winnings to the tune of $108 million after taxes. Belpointe is active in the community not only in terms of property holdings but also in charity work. Jason Kurland, a NY based attorney was also on hand as their spokesperson. "The one thing that we do know is that a significant amount is going to be going to Connecticut charities," he said.


Sunday, November 27, 2011

Clock Ticking on $77 Million June 29 Powerball Winner

It's been 150 days since June 29 when a lottery ticket matched all six numbers to win the Powerball's $77 million first prize. So far, it has not been collected and there's only 30 days left to collect the prize.

The winning ticket was bought in west Georgia at an I-20 truck stop. Lottery rules state that the winner has only 180 days to collect the prize money.

From AJC.com

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Spaniards Queue for El Gordo

Despite the economic crisis, the Spanish lottery operator Loterias y Apuestas del Estado (LAE) is confident that sales for this year's El Gordo Christmas draw will match or even be larger than last year's sales. Proof of that are all the people lining up in outlets across the country trying to buy El Gordo tickets. This year, the El Gordo (Fat One or Large One, referring to the first prize) was increased to 4 million euros up 33% over last year.

The annual Christmas draw on December 22 is a 3 hour event shown live on television. With an estimated 90% of adult Spaniards having a share of a ticket, this is expected to have its usual large captive audience. Even with record unemployment, there is no shortage of people who want to buy a ticket. The smallest ticket share is 1/10 of a ticket and is worth 20 euros.


Source: cnews.canoe.ca

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Record Lottery Winner To Keep On Working

The lucky winner of the record $38 million Jackpot Lottery has been found, according to the NSW Lotteries. The lottery officials said that the winner was a health care professional, and was not able to come out earlier because she did not know that she had won until she got home that evening. Even after talking to the NSW Lottery, the lottery winner said she still checked the website for the results to make sure of the results.

From her statement about the win, she said "I never thought this would happen to me. I'm very, very happy, and very, very shocked." With her winnings, she plans to pay her outstanding bills, go on holiday, buy a house and share her good fortune with her family. "The win won't just change my life, it will change the lives of all my family," she said.

Source: ninemsn.com.au

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

2006 Lottery Winner To Quit Job As Janitor

Tyrone Curry won $3.4 million from the lottery in 2006. Since then he has continued to work as a school janitor and coach. He admits that he loves his job and with the winnings also donated uniforms to the school as well as $40,000 for a new track.

After more than 20 years coaching and cleaning the grounds, Curry was elected to the Highline District School Board, and has to give up his job before being sworn in to the new one. The $50 per diem for doing district school board work is not much, but he's more concerned with the job he must leave. "Basketball season just started and this is the first time I'm not on the court," he said. "It bothers me."

Source: LotteryPost.com

NY Man Lottery Win To Go Toward His Retirement


Chris Johnston's $1 Sweet Million ticket turned out to win big. Asked about his plans for the win, he said that he'll be treating the family to a vacation. "As far as the future, I see a beach and warm weather," he said.

A big part of the $660,300 lump sum payment will also towards his retirement, he said. His wife, Victoria says that she doesn't think much will change.