Lucky Days Astrology software for gambling

Lucky Days Astrology software for gamblingClick Image To Visit SiteThe software was tested in 2002 on the BBC TV2 show, "Dave Gorman’s Important Astrology Experiment". The test was that he would act on the advice of several astrologers (mainly from London), while his twin brother (20 minutes younger) would not. The test was to see who would be better off after a 6-week period. During that time Dave took sports bets on two of the lucky days suggested by the program and won a total of UK 1050 Sterling (about $1600). His brother did not make any extra money during this time.

Don’t believe in astrology? Please just consider the following: Most of the greatest scientists who ever lived were accomplished astrologers, from Galileo to Copernicus, Brahe, Kepler and Newton. The odds of them suffering from the same delusion runs into one in several billion. Don’t bet on it!

Run a free future 3-month lucky day report for yourself, family and friends. You can run as many past reports as you like to see how the aspects work.

Download the software freely for your evaluation. It shows your past lucky days and transits up to the present. Demo version has some free reports.

Full membership – $79. Members have received free upgrades of the lucky day software since 2001. Many users use it almost every single day.

Your best recommended days to gamble or invest. The software has been finely tuned to suit you by analysing the wins of several hundred users over many years.

The Lucky Day reports omit certain aspects that generally do not prevent you from being lucky. These are included in the Full Transits report.

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