Research on lotteries
We conducted other mental projection research with the trained child clairvoyants. One was the lottery project, and another the oil exploration project.
In the lottery project, we experimented for two years trying to get a prize.
I would project a child clairvoyant into the future one day, one week, one month, and up to six months, to the day and time that we knew the lottery was being conducted.
The Mexican lottery is conducted three times a week, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday each week.
I would project the child clairvoyants to a certain date, day and time when the lottery was being conducted and the child clairvoyants would confirm being right there, observing the numbers that were getting the big prizes.
Every time I ran these experiments, I would make a note of:
- the time
- the day, date
- whether it was cloudy or sunny
- in what direction the wind was blowing
- the temperature
- the barometric pressure
- what phase the moon happened to be in
We also took into consideration the position the child clairvoyant was in relative to the north or south pole when he was projecting.
The results of this research were that we were occasionally accurate predicting the five digit numbers that would get the big prize money, but were always wrong on target time.
We had made an agreement with the lottery agency to provide us with lists of winning numbers three times a week, and this went on for two years.
No matter what changes we made in the procedure, we were not able to correlate the time factor between the objective and the subjective dimensions.
We were correct on target information but wrong on target time so often that we eventually gave up on the Mexican lottery project.
Psychic exploration for oil