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I'll give you some valid hints to perfecting the pi method.

 

There is more than one type of pi.

 

Research all of the different types of "pi", and you will be closer than you've ever been before to getting consistent straight hits.

 

Also, 639, also equals = 936, keep that in mind for any number you try to put through the formula.

 

Example, If you're going to use 345, make sure you use 543 too. 

 

 

And, '666' is not the only number that should be used.

 

Just because 639/pi +666 = n  (n= the following drawn number), and "n" comes up in the next drawing, doesn't mean 639/pi+666=n will give you the "n" that will come up in the next drawing again.

Research some theology, including the magical square of the sun, and you'll find another number than may be as, even more, or partially effective as 666.

 

There, I've given as much as possible, without directly giving my pick 3/pick 4 method away.

 

:)

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I like your subject line... "You guys want to make some money?"

You are most welcome to come on over to Dash for Cash (Lottery Systems Forum) and grab first place this week. You can enter the contest any day of the week and show off your method. ;)

It's interesting to say the least!

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Thank you Cashman - however, I'm a little slow when it comes to reading between the lines!!  Unhappy

truecritic's avatar - PirateTreasure

I studied the internet from one end to the other and came up with other varieties of pi.  Namely Pizza and Apple.  However, I ate them before I could apply them in a formula.

Crazy

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Thank you Cashman,

Could you post the between the lines in the next post. 

Suja

 

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that was just a tease right cashman? All waiting to read your next chapter. Thanks

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He won't give his "family secret" away. He has said this in the past.

He claims to have made a 5 figure income a year with it. Maybe if we all chip in, and come up with $1000.00, he'll sell it to us. But first he has to show that it works.

But then again, if he's making a 5 figure income, he won't need the thousand bucks....LOL

I'm still waiting for Aaron Donahue to reveal his pi secrets with the rest of the world. He says very soon. I can't wait.

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I studied the internet from one end to the other and came up with other varieties of pi.  Namely Pizza and Apple.  However, I ate them before I could apply them in a formula.

Crazy

 

                                                      ROFL

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I think we're going around in circles.

txpolo's avatar - animaniacs16

Cashman87 I did a seach on "Types

of pi and its to complex for my small

brain. I did another seach for " magical

square of the sun" and found:

  6x6 Magic Square of the Sun below in RED

   
01 - 35 - 34 - 03 - 32 - 06     = 111
 
30 - 08 - 28 - 27 - 11 - 07
    = 111
 
24 - 23 - 15 - 16 --14 - 19
    = 111
 
13 - 17 - 21 - 22 - 20 - 18
    = 111
 
12 - 26 - 09 - 10 - 29 - 25
    = 111
 
31 - 02 - 04 - 33 - 05 - 36 
    = 111

  All Columns = 111 times 6    =
666

                                          Diagonally

                                01+08+15+22+29+36 = 111
                                31+26+21+16+11+06 = 111

Am I on the right track? Is 111 another number for your for your

method?

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Yes.  VERY close tx.

 

And so is 888, the "numerical value" of christ.  Very powerful number.

 

There is also "musical pi", "space pi", and "time pi".

 

All very effective equations.

 

Another thing aaron left our is re-arrangements of the pi equation.  x/3.1415929+666=n is not the ONLY way to do that equation.

 

Now, I'm not saying I know all of this for a fact.....I'm just saying, my creative imagination, got me to figure out how to get the number, without "remote viewing" as Aaron saids.  Which only leaves me with the conclusion, he did not remote view the numbers, and is telling everyone that to throw them off.

 

If someone can figure out how to use this method, they will have a very effective winning method of p3/p4, but, won't have complete access to my family secret.  :)

 

I've definitely made what I said pac, but, I haven't really had time to play the lottery lately.  I haven't brought a ticket online or offline since I posted that post in the discussion section  ...."Almost cashed in on a whopper of a win today"....

 

Work is taking up alot of my time lately.

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Cashman: It takes about the same amount of time or less to post numbers from your family secret, as it takes to write a response to everyone.

It's not that I don't believe you, It's just that there is nothing like seeing it with my own two eyes.

As far as Aaron goes, we'll never agree on that one, so I'm just gonna leave that one alone.

One last thing. If you say you make a 5 figure income a year with this, wouldn't one assume that by doubling up on the bets, you can literally retire within 2 years and have a hefty bank account? I know I would. Since every ticket under $600.00 is non-taxable, you wouldn't even have to answer to the taxman. Just a thought.

Then you can have all the time in the world to do what you want, and not have to be caught up in work, like you say.

I wish I had your secret, so I can move to San Diego next month, instead of a year. LOL

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Pac

Cashman has posted a bunch of winners.  You could go back and check those threads - then take an imaginary bankroll and see how many Thousands of dollars you could have made!

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GTI think we're going around in circles.

I Agree!

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Pac

Cashman has posted a bunch of winners.  You could go back and check those threads - then take an imaginary bankroll and see how many Thousands of dollars you could have made!

Really???

Then I appologize because I didn't know where they were posted. Do you know where they are so I can Look? I'll just do a search.

Thanx.

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