I think it has a lot to do with scope, and from experience, quick draw intuition is the best for this type of work. First, I think it’s a mistake to go for a big Lotto, simply because there are too many numbers, too many people, and the winning conditions cause a lot of interference. If you were to do this, I would pick something smaller like the pick 3. Any people can win this, the number pool is smaller, and other factors like filing claims don’t have to be worried about.
From what I have been able to gather, the closer you are to the actual drawing of the number, the more likely you are to predict the right number. However, what I have also heard is that it is actually easier to manipulate reality to make the numbers you pick be correct. It doesn’t seem like it should be that way, but from what I have been gathering from talking to people, it is this case.
Idk, but from my experiments, if you are going to evoke for this, you have to learn to emulate the skills of the entity you are evoking to do this well. I haven’t had success using entities to pick out the numbers, but working with entities has helped increase the power to predict numbers, among other things, within myself. Again, picking a big lottery pool that is millions of dollars is probably a bad move, at least to me. There are a lot of things within that process that are troublesome, not just interference from people who also want to win. In fact, that is probably a lot less consequential than you might think, especially since these folks aren’t focused or truthfully confident they can win.
Rather, things like filing claims, becoming well-known, taxes, and anyone who might have the sensitivity to know what you did, are deterrents that we might be sensing on a subconscious level that cause self-sabotage. It isn’t very likely that you are going to win the lottery with magic without attracting someone’s attention, at least the big ones. But something like a pick 3, which involves smaller number pools, less hassle work, and way smaller pots is low key enough that you don’t have many deterrents that you might want to avoid yourself.
For example, you could predict a certain number, buy 4 tickets for that number, and cash them at 4 different places. that’s about $500 per ticket, depending on what you bet on, totaling $2000. You never have to file a claim, because it is lower than the amount needed for a claim, and you can be in and out with no worries.
This, of course, still requires a technique, but quite honestly I think the lack of success is centered around personal obstacles that people have not broken. Clinging to work-for-money ideals, aversion to certain processes, lack of confidence… that’s probably more to blame. Evoking entities for prediction also doesn’t seem to good a road, although you can evoke to pick up the abilities to predict for yourself. My experiments prove quick fire intuition to be the most reliable, contrary to a formal, prediction ritual.