Any number with heavy draw can be correct on higher numbers, but other times a heavy inking and draw on lower numbers is only a partial quantum level response to an upcoming similar true number, for instance a heavy draw to 15 can mean you have an incomplete 45 signal from your right brain, the single group digit like 5 is gathered in whole always while the 1 is seen as a incomplete 4 there are many combinations like this to be aware of they always differentiate by + / - a factor of ten's. The brain seem's to read numbers correctly, but when the left margin of numbers are obscured by the left hand a fraction of a second longer as you sweep upward the brain collects the data right to left when tasking numbers at speed, meaning the single digit's are collected in whole first, then the ten's, this is why the ten's group numbers are gathered as incomplete signals sometimes sweeping at speed too quickly with the pen, left handedly. You will note these issues by studying each session's graph carefully, or find your error's during feedback when you re-read your scan and discover the unique inking patterns that reveal the true win numbers.

NOTE : When your task is done focused, even if you fail at this stage, all the true numbers will be visible to study carefully and note in your feedback afterward, to improve your understanding and create a database from, so review your work after every session and make those notes.

A hit on a 3 will also ghost as an incomplete 8 and visa versa.

Double numbers can draw you in heavily 11, 22, 33, and 44 all hold a heavy overlay when these same numbers in part are repeating in the win series itself, make no hasty decisions with these numbers review your scan.

If your left handed and write with a heavy slant a slanted 1 carries a heavy draw when the true number could be a 7, so try to make each number distinctive and dissimilar.

Usually the single digit side of any number is the attractor of a similar higher number by -10 most commonly example; a heavy inking pattern on 18 and a 4 mm gap pattern in the ink line at 28 would indicate the true number as 28.

Inverted numbers also carry natural heavy attractors also 24 mirrors 42, 23 and 32, 35 and 53, 34 and 43 etc.

Unfocused partial signals can also manifest as 11 registering for 1 or 21. 33 for 3, 13, 23 or 43, etc. Examples below.

Numbers that Invert on a 53 number lotto are:

12,13,14,15 21,23,24,25 31,32,34,35 41,42,43, 51,52,53

21,31,41,51 12,32,42,52 13,23,43,53 14,24,34, 15,25,35

Think of this scenario as a gift to simplify the task, it's a 2nd opportunity to locate any of these numbers you may have overlooked. How do you tell which is correct ? Like the ripples of disturbed water in a pond indicate the location of a fish, so do the most disturbed inking pattern's indicate the location of truth between the 2 numbers in question.

Numbers that don't Invert on a 53 number lotto are:

49,48,47,46,45 39,38,37,36 29,28,27,26 19,18,17,16 9,8,7,6,5,4,3,2, and 1

This is helpful when seeing these kind of numbers repeat it cant be an inversion, so it's either accurate, or considering the odd's of seeing 18, 28, 38 repeating and being accurate is rather low. Ask yourself what is the common theme going on here ? It's the 8 of course, and knowing single digits are gathered first, ( for lefties) what you have is a repeating heavy overlay ( by 10's) it represents a persistent reminder that 8 is involved. At this point you review the inking indicators at and near 8, in the range of + / - 1 above and below 8, note and review disruption's in the inking pattern. When they clearly exist use 8 in your number sequence.

Understanding the unique markings within the ink lines changing patterns within your pensweep scan that indicate all true hit's are very, very important to selecting the correct number. The most common flaw when pen sweeping the lotto is not following your ink line to the true source of the correct number in haste, leaving you off by plus or minus one number on what was otherwise was a correct and winning sequence.

I have spent many hours practicing and experimenting to learn and know these cues to resolve these issues.

This is why understanding the unique markings within the ink lines changing patterns itself in your pensweep scan that indicate true hit's is very important to selecting the correct number. Again the most common flaw when pen sweeping the lotto is not following your ink line to the true source of the correct number in haste, leaving you off by plus or minus one number on what was otherwise a correct and winning sequence.

I have spent many hours experimenting myself in learning to know these cues to resolve these issues.

Smaller numerical tasks are slightly easier than the lotto itself, for only one reason the task requires less time and focus.

On daily Cash 3 or Play 4 number sequences that use a 0-9 sequence overlay can work in your advantage. By writing a 0 - 20 sequence to pensweep these tasks, knowing nothing above 10 is involved, any persistent overlay beyond 10 is a reminder of the true lower number -10, using this trick will improve your success rate.

A good consistent success rate is 50 - 66% everything above that is excellent.

** No need to go broke in practicing and experimenting to critique your skill, use the national on-line lotto archives as dated practice sessions to refer to until you are confident, and remember don't force or stress your mind during this process.

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