Pick lottery tickets using magical timing, dice divination and planetary hours.



planetary-dice-divinationWhen buying lottery tickets, people often use lucky numbers.  Maybe it is a combination of birth dates and other significant dates, or other numbers that have a special meaning.  How often do lucky numbers win?  Quick pick numbers have exactly the same chance at winning as hand picked numbers. That is why people often turn to the simple lottery quick pick and let the system choose random numbers. 

With the quick pick, the winning numbers will appear in a random lottery ticket machine somewhere sometime, and one has to be at the right place at the right time to get that winning ticket.  Instead of trying to pick lucky numbers, how about trying to pick a lucky time to buy your quick pick lottery instead? 

Here is the official Occult View’s system of picking lottery tickets using magical timing. It combines dice divination with Solomonic magic.  I can’t guarantee success, but it can’t do any worse then any other system.


For this procedure we need a set of three dice, which are new and have never been used.  These dice will be used only for dice divination.  We will transform the dice into talismans.  The dice should be dice made of wood or bone.  Organic materials retain etheric patterns far better then plastic.  Dice made of wood should not be too hard to locate, bone dice would be a more difficult challenge.

We need to charge the dice with the power of the heavenly bodies in the night sky. This operation is done on a clear night, and best also under a full moon.  Place the dice and a small pouch or a cloth outside or on a window shelf exposing the dice to the rays of the moon.  According to your belief system, offer a prayer to God, request angelic intervention, or ask the Universe Itself to bless your dice and imbue them with the power of the stars and planets.  Do so with full conviction.

The dice will be charged with the celestial influence during the course of the night.  Before sunrise, gather the dice, place then in the pouch or wrap them in the cloth, and thank the Universe for their blessing.  NEVER let the dice be exposed to daylight.  The rays of the sun will erase the subtle celestial patterns retained by the dice.  Place the dice in a little trinket box some place away from the sun.  These dice will be used only for divination. 

Again, organic materials retain these subtle cosmic influences best.  Even better would be if we crafted our own dice from wood or bone, which is possible if one has some crafting talent and the tools.  The process of creating your own dice, and then charging them would be quite powerful.  A standard process in the old magical grimories (such as the Key of Solomon) is the manufacture of one’s own magical implements.  The more effort and time spent in making your own tools, the more powerful they become.


Based on numerology, certain numbers are associated with each of the traditional planets.  If possible perform this divination outdoors under the night sky.  But it can be done indoor as well.  Outdoors draw a circle with chalk about 2 feet in diameter.  In this circle sketch out the magic square and sigil of Jupiter, which governs matters concerning money.  This pattern is shown below.  If indoors, draw this pattern on parchment.



Holding your dice in your hand, ask the Universe for its help, to know the best time to accomplish your task.  Your task is to know the luckiest time to buy a lottery ticket.  Ask aloud and focus on the night sky, and visualize the power of the planets and stars invested in these dice.  Remember, the Universe wants to help you…all you need to do is ask. Then cast the dice into the circle/square you drew.  If a die leaves the circle, then it is not counted.  Add up the numbers of the dice inside or touching the circle, and compare the total to the chart below.  This number represents one of the traditional planets.  Don’t forget to erase the chalk drawing.




Below is a chart taken from the grimorie, The Key Of Solomon.  It is used for magical timing in the operation of magical rituals.  It was assumed there were correspondences between the planets and the purpose of an operation.  For our purpose, we are using this chart to pick the lucky hour to head out to the local convenience store or gas station and purchase a quick pick lottery ticket. 

Each day of the week has a different planet assigned to each hour of the day and night.  The hour to buy the ticket is based on the planet.  For example, if your dice chose the moon and it is Monday, then buy a ticket either at the 1st hour or the 8th hour during daylight, or the 3rd or 10th hour of nighttime.  These hours will tend to be when luck is on your side.



However, there is an additional wrinkle to these planetary hours.  Not every daylight or nighttime hour is exactly 60 minutes.  During the summer the days are longer and so the daylight “hours” are longer then 60 minutes. During the winter the night is longer, and the daylight hours are shorter then 60 minutes.  Determine the actual length of a day or night and divide by 12 and we have our actual planetary hours.  Here is a website calculator that can help:  http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/sunrise.html

You can “right click” and print out these charts, fold them and keep them with your celestially charged dice, so they will be handy when the time comes for consulting the Universe.  Good luck!

Magical Timing Update:

If anyone thinks magical timing is completely foolish, check out this story below about a woman who won multiple millions over the years.

4-time Texas lotto winner rich with money, mystery

“The odds that Joan Ginther would hit four Texas Lottery jackpots for a combined nearly $21 million are astronomical. Mathematicians say the chances are as slim as 1 in 18 septillion — that’s 18 followed by 24 zeros.”

Her winnings from scratch-off tickets were $2 million in 2006 and $3 million in 2008, and $10 million last month (2010).  Plus Ginther split an $11 million lottery jackpot in 1993.  What are the odds?  Just about impossible.  Yet it happened.  And it was not by using lucky numbers; scratch-off tickets are all about being at the right place at the right time.  Did Joan Ginther have an uncanny knack, consciously or subconsciously, of magical timing?  It can’t be mere chance.

Lottery winner update:  Another story about a multipe lottery winner.

 Months after winning $1M in lottery, man wins $2M

I liked that the winner had a dream 6 years ago in which he won a big prize.  “Pullen recalled a dream six years ago in which he won a lot of money. Even after the $1 million win in June, he didn’t feel like the dream was complete.”

And another lottery story:  Psychic predicted own lottery win

And yet another lottery story: Atlanta man wins $1 million lottery for second time in three years

The Mystery of Beginner’s Luck



I’m not a big fan of gambling.  Mostly because losing money is no fun.   I am not lucky when it comes to gambling.  Lottery tickets are a total waste.  The few times I visited a riverboat casino I ended up throwing money away.  I thought to myself…what is the appeal in all of this?   I’m just giving money away to the casino.   I’d rather waste my money on more worthwhile vices…like cigars!

However, one thing I have noticed, both personally and from other’s tales, is the reality of beginner’s luck.  Beginner’s luck really is a mystery.  I will relate a few of my own experiences with this mysterious form of luck.

The first time I ever gambled was long ago at a casino in Atlantic City.  I’d wander around looking at all the gaudy games and I knew I didn’t understand their rules.  I figured I’d try roulette, since that is easy enough to understand.   I discovered it was not complicated to guess black or green on the roulette wheel.   I was winning much more often then losing.  The guy running the table started to look funny at me, as if I were somehow cheating.  Then I got distracted, I forget by what.  After that…I lost whatever luck I had but still left with winnings.  I thought…how easy this is!  Unfortunately, that luck never returned.

lucky-horseshoeRecently I went to a horse race track for fun.  Gambling was really not the point; it was something fun to do.  Again, I knew nothing about gambling on horses.  I spent time trying to figure out how to place a wager…it was baffling at first.    I’d look at the horse sheet they gave out, and the odds on the TV screens, trying to decipher the winner.  Hmmm…I like THAT name!   Strangely enough, I picked the first place winner six times in eight races.   I recognized how odd this was.  When the first horse finished first…it was yippee.  But by the 5th win, I knew something very weird was going on…beginner’s luck.  I never had the slightest expectation of winning.

My last example was at ChuckE’s Cheese’s of all places.   A few weeks ago I was attending a child’s birthday party.  At this place they have all kinds of games.  The men folk gravitated an arcade game version of ‘Deal Or No Deal’.  We’d pick one ‘case’ on the screen; the top prize was worth 80 tickets.   The first time I tried it, I was surprised I picked the top prize case…yippee.  When I tried it again later, I picked the top  case once again.  Again I thought it odd.   It really didn’t matter to me personally how many tickets I won.

Lucky Coins

Lucky Coins

I’ve heard of similar stories from other people as well.  I will offer a theory, but it’s only a guess.  I suspect that everyone has some level of precognitive ability.  These are not conscious abilities.  These senses hover somewhere in the background, usually drowned out by the humdrum and rattle of everyday life.  Sometimes they emerge, like when a parent senses their child is in danger away from home, and later discovers such was the situation.  Animals seem to have this sense.  There are many stories of dogs sensing their owner is approaching home and wait for them at the door before they arrive, even at odd times.  I’ve seen this actually filmed on television.

Is a sixth sense part of life’s evolutionary survival kit?  If so, it is not obvious or controllable.  It is elusive and fleeting.  Beginner’s luck seems to work because there are no expectations of winning…no pressure.  The mind is open, trying to absorb new information, to learn the rules and figure out what’s going on.  In that openness…something else drifts in too, that part of our survival instincts kept under wraps by our logical minds.

Lucky Rabbit's Foot

Lucky Rabbit's Foot

Beginner’s luck seems to work in a counter-intuitive way.  The more we desire something, the less likely it will happen.  Desire seems to extinguish this “luck”.   Beginner’s luck seems to work exactly because there are no expectations.   Is it possible to train ourselves to be open to an old experience as if it were a new experience?

People often carry good luck charms or have good luck rituals.  That is called superstition.  Maybe superstition is an attempt to tap into this intuition once again, even if we really don’t understand what is going on.  We call it luck, good or bad.

Do we make our own luck?