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How do you use the lucky number dream books?

Unread postby snake » Sun Jun 06, 2010 10:29 am

I picked up copies of Aunt Sally's Dream Book and Kansas City Kitty Dream Book, and I've been trying to figure out how to use the numbers from my dreams. Kansas City Kitty gives sets of three digit numbers to use for Daily Three lotto drawings, but also gives a set of three numbers that are one through seventy-something. Aunt Sallys gives you up to five numbers one through seventy-something. How do you use these numbers to come up with a full set of lucky numbers for games like powerball, where you need five numbers and the powerball number, and the balls are numbered one through 59? And how do you choose which lottery to play? (powerball, state lotteries, etc.)
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Re: How do you use the lucky number dream books?

Unread postby Mama Micki » Sun Jun 06, 2010 11:58 am

I love Kansas City Kitty! Fun pictures, horoscopes, birthstones, and lucky numbers for birthdays, holidays, dreams, and names.

Be creative. Use your name, birthday, a current holiday, and/or dreams. Use parts of three-digit numbers and flip two-digit numbers to fit your game. For example, 72 can become 27 and 392 can become 39, 92, 29, 32, 23, or 32.

As far as which lottery to play, many states in the US have several games to choose from; Washington State has seven, plus scratch tickets. There are games with astronomical odds and huge jackpots, such as Powerball. There are also games with much smaller jackpots, but much better odds.
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Re: How do you use the lucky number dream books?

Unread postby cognitivedissonance » Sun Jun 06, 2010 11:22 pm

Washington State's Daily Game is nearly indistinguishable from Policy... :-D We're lucky to have it.
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Re: How do you use the lucky number dream books?

Unread postby Mama Micki » Mon Jun 07, 2010 10:00 am

You're right, CD! ;)
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Re: How do you use the lucky number dream books?

Unread postby rjwcim » Mon Jun 07, 2010 10:06 pm

I'm also a WA. State resident I never played the lottery but my partner pushes me to do it.....after reading this I think I have the motivation to start playing haha.

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Re: How do you use the lucky number dream books?

Unread postby cognitivedissonance » Sat Jun 12, 2010 12:51 pm

rjwcim wrote:I'm also a WA. State resident I never played the lottery but my partner pushes me to do it.....after reading this I think I have the motivation to start playing haha.

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It's a fifty cent bet minimum (making it the cheapest game), and the draw is daily. The win is never more than $500, though. Make sure you read the instructions before playing, because they can be very complicated, and it's a bit like horse track gambling in that you can either choose just a set of numbers or the set of numbers in a specific order, for a lower bet and a higher payout.

The only thing that makes it different from old time Policy is the draw of numbers is not as large (0-9). However, this puts your chances, if you pay attention to statistics, at 1:8, if you go with the easiest set of options. Aunt Sally's Dream Book products would be OF ENORMOUS HELP with this game.

I'm mildly obsessed with the lottery games, and I play with very rigid systems and personal rules. For instance, I only buy scratch tickets when it's the last one on the roll, no exceptions. Personal superstitions!
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Dream Books

Unread postby ElectroKid » Sat Jul 23, 2011 4:23 pm

hello

I Just want to know--

1) i am from the united kingdom; which Lottery Dream books should i get?

2) do they work?

3) do you have to put oil on yourself?

4) how does it go?

thanks
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Re: Dream Books

Unread postby catherineyronwode » Sat Jul 23, 2011 5:40 pm

1) Any one that appeals to you! We describe them pretty well in the catalogue and on their individual product pages.

Read about them here -- and click the libks to see more on each indivudual book:

http://www.luckymojo.com/mojocatbooks.html#dreambooks

2) We cannot guarantee the success of magic or of prayer. Some of these books have been in print for 75 - 100 years. Obviously people like and continue to use them.

3) No.

4) You use the book to derive numbers from your dreams or from events you see. You can then use these numbers when betting. For a longer description see this HITAP page:

http://luckymojo.com/auntsallys.html

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Re: Dream Books

Unread postby Mama Micki » Sun Jul 24, 2011 6:42 pm

Again, I recommend Kansas City Kitty, which is the most versatile dream book. Not only dreams, but names and birthdays are listed. There are also two-digit numbers for every entry in addition to three-digit numbers, unlike others that only list three-digit numbers.

Aunt Sally's has some dream interpretation, but if all you want are lucky numbers, consult the Kitty.
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Policy Player Dream Books and Work-Out Books

Unread postby Jibrael » Sun Aug 14, 2011 3:47 pm

So I bought Aunt Sally's Policy Player Dream Book from LM, as well as the Aunt Sally's Lucky Dream oil. I mostly bought the book for fun, but can't help but try it out for real. I welcome recommendations on how best to use the book, especially with the oil. I read the LM article on Aunt Sally, but would love to hear more personal stories of those who've used these products. I'm not a gambler. But I must admit that my Hoodoo studies make me want to experiment! :)

Also, (and I'm sorry if this should be a separate thread) but what (if any) other uses outside dreaming lucky numbers are there for Aunt Sally products?

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Re: Aunt Sally's Policy Player Dream Book (and Oil)

Unread postby Mama Micki » Mon Aug 15, 2011 8:42 am

You can use events happening in the real world in addition to dreams to determine your lucky numbers. Aunt Sally's also has some dream interpretation, unlike some other dream books, such as Kansas City Kitty (my favorite).
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Dirty Gig = 369

Unread postby Rajah » Wed Jul 24, 2013 10:16 am

I read on the Lucky Mojo page for Aunt Sally's Policy Book that 369 is known as the "dirty gig." I've searched through Aunt Sally's and the closest I can find is 3 and 6 but not 9. Does anyone know if one of the old dream books is the source for 369 being known as the "dirty gig?" Thanks, Rajah
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Re: Dirty Gig = 369

Unread postby catherineyronwode » Wed Jul 24, 2013 11:56 am

Rajah,

The dirty gig 3-6-9 is also known as the washerwoman's gig.

Page 12 Dirt 33
Page 13 Dung 60
Page 13 Eating 69 (a double entendre on oral sex)
Page 38 Diarrhoea 60
Page 46 Wash 66
Page 46 Wash-house 39
Page 46 Wash-kettle 30
Page 46 Washer-woman 30
Page 46 Water-can 60
Page 47 Anything filthy 3
Page 48 To dream of any dirty filth, 3 or 9 [in the] 1st [position of a gig]
Page 50 Good Combinations to Play 3, 6, 9, 60, 66 [among others]
Page 66 Back-House 3
Page74 Digging filth 9
Page 75 Diarrhoea 3, 33, 60
Page 79 Filth or Dirt 9, 3, 33

If playing a gig, you only get three digits, hence you would discard zeroes and doubled digits, leading to 3-6-9.
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Re: Policy Player Dream Books and Work-Out Books

Unread postby catherineyronwode » Fri Aug 16, 2013 8:47 am

For more on the use of numerology or "the science of numbers" in policy play and lottery play in the African American community, see the thread on numerology in this forum:

Numerology and the Meaning of Numbers in Hoodoo
numerology-and-the-meanings-of-numbers-in-hoodoo-t7844.html
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Re: Policy Player Dream Books and Work-Out Books

Unread postby Sarafina » Tue Jun 17, 2014 11:28 pm

those who use aunt sallys oil..how are you anointiong yourselves with it?

third eye? temples?
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Re: Policy Player Dream Books and Work-Out Books

Unread postby Miss Aida » Thu Jun 19, 2014 9:30 pm

Hello, Sarafina,
Although I've never used it, I would imagine that you are correct. It would be applied the same way as psychic vision oil would be.
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Try this link to see if there's other tips here: www.luckymojo.com/oils.html
Sorry I couldn't be of much more help to you. BUT it does sound like you are dead on about the applications
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Re: Policy Player Dream Books and Work-Out Books

Unread postby phoenixrising » Sun Jun 29, 2014 9:32 am

Sarafina wrote:those who use aunt sallys oil..how are you anointiong yourselves with it?

third eye? temples?


Hi Sarafina,

Yes, you would anoint your third eye and temples with the oil (at least that's what I did). You could also use it on a candle. I had great success with a combination of psychic vision, clarity, and Aunt Sally's Lucky dream oils. Be sure to pray or clearly state your intention when you're anointing yourself.

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Re: Policy Player Dream Books and Work-Out Books

Unread postby Sarafina » Sun Jun 29, 2014 1:01 pm

Thanks to both of you :)

what color candle do you suggest?
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Re: Policy Player Dream Books and Work-Out Books

Unread postby Miss Aida » Wed Jul 02, 2014 8:27 pm

Hello, Sarafina!
Here is a picture of the psychic vision spell kit
www.luckymojo.com/spell-psychic-vision.html
The colored candles are in the picture
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Re: Policy Player Dream Books and Work-Out Books

Unread postby phoenixrising » Mon Jul 07, 2014 6:14 am

Yes, love the blue and white candles for psychic vision work. I also love the psychic vision vigil candle
http://www.luckymojo.com/candle-psychic-vision.html
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Re: Policy Player Dream Books and Work-Out Books

Unread postby Miss Aida » Wed Jul 09, 2014 8:38 pm

Hello, phoenixrising,
Ooooooh! I love this candle! Love the colors and the third eye!
Thanks so much for posting it!!
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