Archive for March, 2012
What if – about one or two hours before the Power Ball lottery, or for that matter, one of the major lotteries – thirty or forty or more people, who knew a special formula, based on some amazing new scientific research who knew before anyone else, were suddenly able to just close my eyes only for four or five minutes and then actually see all five lottery numbers, plus the Power Ball number one, which must be processed a couple of hours at night I draw?
Well, this may seem an impossible dream, just as silly a concept many of you, but if some recent experiments conducted at MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and the University of Wisconsin are correct, as exhaustive testing would seem to suggest that, in Indeed, there are, the Lottery must sooner or change their rules to play – of course, after paying all those people who had used this method to see the numbers before they were actually used – or quit altogether.
As director of the Gamma-Mind Project, in which we have developed an easy to use technique that allows an individual to easily access this level of the upper range of brain waves, personally, I became aware of this unusual recent research, not from the normal academic channels that you would think someone in my position would have frequent access, but rather the increased demand for the free booklet that we send to all those who wish to learn this technique. Only then do I do to discover the “why” all the sudden interest?
All the fuss seems to come from some interesting articles on the Internet, as well as in such prominent magazines as Wired, and now, telling many interesting research (research the facts we have in mind the project range were already well known for the last ten years, of these same results) in what happens in the human brain and mind, when the rarest of the frequencies of brain waves, the wave range, is suddenly increased by a simple, little that anyone can learn to do so make these rare gamma waves flood the brain in overflowing abundance. Read the rest of this entry »