First, go to one of these two sites(and write down the numbers for the last drawing):
Now, think of a question or hope. Now write that down on the same paper as the lottery numbers. Once you are done with that, scroll down here, find and write down the meanings Kevin has written for each number. That will be your message from the Universe about your question or hope. Have fun.
Better yet, go spend a dollar and get a private lottery number, then come back here and see what the message is.
Here is an outline for how Kevin sees what the lotter number messages mean:
New things are coming. Plan for not knowing a thing about how to work with them.
New relationship is coming. Plan for it being unlike anything you have ever known.
New recent birth given talent you have being recognized by others.
New source of help coming from an unlikely place.
New gifts or donations coming.
New source of happiness coming.
Old learned ability gaining value and useful and feels new again.
New organization methods are necessary.
New ways for living push away that which has gone lifeless.
A recent new thing will have a short life.
Start something new that you know little about doing it.
A new relationship coming that you will have to share with someone else.
A new thing(s) beginning that will have multiple outcomes.
New support group coming.
New ways of giving coming whether you like it or now.
New joys coming.
Teacher teaches new methods.
New building to work with.
New action needed.
Work to start companionships.
Be a matchmaker.
Double dating recommended.
Do something nice without the source being known.
Be a team player/ work to work well with others.
Donate your time.
Throw a party or help throw a party.
Teach a trade.
Team building exercises.
Show someone life has value.
Trust in faith in something.
Trust that this is a fresh start.
Have faith in the group or team.
Trust in yourself.
Trust that you will have all the support you will need.
You have to give to receive.
Trust your happiness.
Gifted at birth abilities.
Work at building trust.
Fate teaches the best lessons.
Think outside of the box even if cash is low.
Support new things that have no history.
A team invites you to participate.
The team has talent.
Moral support needed/offered.
The group will receive support.
Four way relationship.
Clean up messes in work areas.
Double check window and doors after keys are in pocket.
Be strong when things become broken.
Do it, even though you don’t have the strength or energy.
Take everything that is given.
Listen to what is being said.
Take honesty at face value, don’t look too deep.
Repeat your name when meeting new people.
Focus on tool repairs and upkeep.
Receive and be as happy as can be.
Donate tools or time.
Take what is given, re-gift later if need be.
Be prepared to watch the same video again with someone close to you.
Be a source of happiness.
Attempt karaoke, entertain others.
Tell someone they look nice, when you can.
Treat yourself to a service provided by others.
Enjoy a meal sitting on the ground.
Happiness will be found in an old forgotten place.
Count your blessings.
Take a mental health day.
Balance work and play, play when no one is watching.
Have fun in a new way, get advice from others.
You need a new tool.
Try using the other hand.
Get help from a friend.
Get/make something that can keep giving.
Prepare work surfaces.
Be open to suggestion.
Rearrange a living space.
Find something to work on.
Work on the 2nd floor.
Some tools become useless.
Take a walk/tour in a new building.
Companion tries to help you get organized.
Make a list of what your talents are, natal chart.
Clean the basement.
Sort out what really makes you happy.
Relocate the less useful.
Don’t over organize, focus on use over measure.
Clear a space in the corner of the room.
Plan for unexpected guests.
Live in the moment, it doesn’t have to be perfect.
Go with the flow of the status quo.
Go try on new clothes.
Be supportive, not perfect.
The young can teach the old.
A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
Work with what is at hand, require nothing new.
Plan to not be organized enough.