Why don’t psychics win lotteries?
That would be nice, right? Who wouldn’t want the inside scoop on the loot now and then? Shouldn’t someone who professes to predict certain aspects of the future have the upper hand in loot selection?
Unfortunately, the universe just doesn’t function on that level.
Third Dimensional manifestation, (magik), works on the principles of Chaos Theory and archetype identification / attraction. Thoughts, feelings, ideas, concepts, beliefs, etc. are essentially universal forth and fifth dimensional constructs and exist outside of semantic definition until they are “spoken” or invoked into third dimensional reality. An idea becomes tangible as soon as it is translated from thought to speech or writing. Thought literally transmutates from intangible to tangible through the medium of the host. It springs from the vessel, the instrument, the transceiver. This is pure alchemic interaction with the cosmic creator energy through the interface of a mortal body.
What does this have to do with winning the lottery, exactly?
I’m getting to that part…
Third dimensional, physical manifestation requires a degree of specificity to properly function. Specific details give universal archetypes room to distill along natural lines that vibrate at cohesive, congruent frequency matching the intended visualization. If you say “I want a red car”, the universe is going to key into “red’ and “car” without regard for make, model, model year, quality, size, shape, etc and you may end up, literally, receiving a red, toy car. You will receive EXACTLY what you ask for along the most convenient channel of manifestation. It is impossible, in the case of a lottery, to be that specific. Lotteries work with random number generators. The selection of lottery numbers begins, essentially, the moment the “button” on the generator is pressed. There is no room or time for thought, archetypal recognition or distillation along existing channels in the split second between activating the machine and receiving a result. Archetypal association with numbers is also a factor. Numbers represent rational, concrete concepts that do not adhere to non linear, intuitive archetype. It is possible, for example, to associate numbers, in your own mind, with smells, or colors for the sake of number divination, or extrapolate abstract values associated with numerology, etc with numbers in an attempt to delineate future trends and outcomes…but you have to be a damn genius to keep track of that info, or have access to a computer that integrates linear and nonlinear processes in predictive functions.
Number prediction and numerical trends are best left to linear processes. Your accountant or your favorite engineer is probably more likely to help you win the lotto than your psychic because they speak the numerical language without an intermediary translator between the left and right hemispheres of the brain…
Your stock broker can tell you if an investment is a good prospect financially, your psychic can tell you what kind of impact it will have on your quality of life or your life course. Different things entirely…
The argument against psychic intuition based on the “lotto dilemma” is misguided and denotes a basic lack of understanding of the differences between, and proper applications of, mythos and logos.