The art of prediction and prophecy is as old as time. For millenia, people have consulted oracles, psychics and seers to peer into their future. The reasons for this are many. For example: asking about their health and employment prospects – to asking questions such as – When will I meet the man/woman of my dreams, or when will I marry and how many children will I have. To wanting to know if they will win at random games of luck, such as Bingo, and the lottery. Consulting a psychic today is as popular as it ever was, and thanks to the easy access of the internet, online psychic readings via email, text and phone services are booming.
A question that is often asked is: If psychic abilities such as precognition are a reality, why can’t anyone seem to pick winning lottery numbers? If psychic precognition is true, predicting winning lottery numbers should be commonplace. Why isn’t it happening? The sceptics among us will roll their eyes, sigh, and say “it’s because precognition doesn’t exist”. But I believe that it does. The problem is that we don’t understand precognition and how it works properly. Consider also, that there is always an element of destiny involved when it comes to luck and prosperity. The psychic who predicts a lucky win, or an improvement in your financial circumstances, is simply picking up on what is already in front of you. They cannot create good fortune for you, or alter your future in any way. They are simply making you ‘aware’ of the opportunities ahead.
Precognition is not something everyone can call on at will. Unless you are a gifted individual such as a psychic medium or clairvoyant. Who may use psychic tools, such as Tarot cards, astrological charts and scrying (also known as crystal gazing) to help them. For most of us, that bingo, light bulb moment when the predictive sense comes to the fore, is often unpredictable and totally unexpected.
A scientific research paper claims to have discovered that our bodies can predict the future. Scientist believe that during tests they have found proof that people can anticipate events, or realise that something is about to happen, without any cues. The paper, in the Frontiers of Perception Science journal, says that after studying people’s reactions in 26 different tests, they found that subjects could ‘predict’ that something out of the ordinary was about to happen. Julia Mossbridge, from Northwestern University in Illinois, Patrizio Tressoldi, from the Università di Padova, Italy and Jessica Utts, from the University of California, compiled the test.
You will often hear people talk about a dream in which they were given the winning numbers for the lottery. The numbers were whispered in their ear, or shown to them written down on a piece of paper. Then there are those individuals who simply claim to have woken up that day feeling really lucky; believing that whatever the day brings, lady luck will be on their side. This feeling may produce in them an overwhelming urge to go out and play bingo, buy a scratch card – or uncharacteristically put on a bet at the local bookies. It has to be pointed out though, that if we acted on every impulse we had, it can just as easily bring about bad luck as good. So never take a risk on something that you know you cannot afford to lose. Watch out for other signs that appear around you. If you dream of lucky numbers, are you seeing them in your waking life as well. If you are, this will confirm what you have dreamt. If you are destined to win the signs will not go away, they will push you further towards your destiny. Have you had a vision or a dream of you winning the bingo or lottery before the event?