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The Lotto Black Book

They Would Have Killed Me If I Didn’t
Tell Them My Lottery Secret…

What in the world should I tell them … and how can I tell them how I win the lottery with a gun pointed at my head. I clacked, and I swear to God that I acted purely on my instincts. I stumbled and told them that I need at least a half an hour, a pen, a sheet of paper and some silence so I can teach them how to win the lottery consistently .
In that moment they decided to put me into their car and kidnapped me. God DOES exist, and exactly in that moment an ambulance came into the parking lot with its lights flashing. The bandits thought it was the police and wanted to hide. It was the moment when I ran...and I ran very fast although I’ m 42 years old. Bang!!! A firearm knocked in my ears … I felt the bullet in my left foot but I still was able to run. I finally managed to get in the street and ask for help. The rest is history …
Although cracking the lottery code has changed my life … nothing else matters when you have a gun pointed to your head and you realize that in the next minute you might be dead.

All you think about is your wife and children …

I Decided To Thank GOD For Saving Me By
Donating A Lot Of Money To Charity

After this experience I realized that life is by far the most precious thing we have … and money should never be put in first place … although it is good to have it.

At that moment (two years ago), I had already won around $3,500,000 total. All this money was made by winning the lottery five times in two short months. The last three times, I won in a row, and I was on the front page of all the local news papers. This “ fame” surely almost got me killed.

I donated $ 1 million to a foundation that finances libraries in third world countries. As I am a professor, I know how important it i s to have a proper education. This way those people at least will have hope.
I swore in front of GOD and kept my promise.

Here I am, handing the check...
 

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