Horoscopes can help a lot people in their daily lives.
Surprised to hear that? Am I finally starting to believe in the
supernatural after a lifetime of scoffing? No, nothing has changed… I still think most astrologers and horoscopes are bunkum.
But here’s where it CAN help you.
By giving you a self-fulfilling prophecy. Here how it works. Today’s horoscope in the LA Times for my sign, Cancer, tells me
I’m in a pleasant, balanced mood.
People find me more easygoing than usual, which makes me fee
good. It says even working long hours is good, because I have the
energy for it. OK, fine. How do you think someone who believes in the future
feels about these predictions?
They would subconsciously absorb these thoughts and their mind
would influence their actions. The power of autosuggestion has been well documented. We associate figures in white coats as authority figures. Men in
uniform astride motorcycles can put fear into us on the road. So if the horoscope is written positively, it can help susceptible readers who believe this to improve their lives.
But can these daily prediction wonders influence our lottery
numbers? Sadly, no, not at all. One of the ways you can check for yourself is to follow the numbers of any popular lottery.
Then match them up with any horoscope service which predicts
lucky numbers. And see how wrong they can be.
More proof – if there are 12 signs in the astrological charts,
then a twelfth of the world’s lottery population would be lucky
every month. That has never happened… not even close.
If you believe in star signs, then all power to you. Your mind
will make the best of your predictions and if your belief is
strong then you can benefit.Just don’t use lucky numbers for the lottery – you’ll be wasting your hard-earned money. I use the Lotto-80 System to give predictions.
But don’t confuse this mathematic based service for some
do-de-do-do wacky zodiac calendar.It uses the power of the Silver Lotto System and PRO to select
the days you should be playing your game for best effect.