The odds of winning first prize in lottery ONCE is 22.5 million to one.

Yet a New York couple has won lottery twice:

“Adeline and Eugene Angelo won $5 million Thursday after buying the winning ticket in last week’s New York Lotto. In 1996, they won $2.5 million after splitting a $10 million jackpot with three other people….

Eugene Angelo, 81, said he and his wife would share their new fortune with their three sons and their families. Taking the lump-sum payment of $2.5 million, Eugene and Adeline and each of their sons will get about $513,000 before taxes.

Adeline Angelo, 74, a retired medical secretary, said she hoped the new money will “buy us good health and longevity.”
— Associated Press

Many 4P enthusiasts would love to have the 4P charts of this couple. But we could at least do some investigation based on the info presented in this news.

** Wife is 74, so she was born in 1933
gui-you year (water-metal)

** Husband is 81, so he was born in 1926
bing-yin year (fire-wood)

** They have won lotto once in 1996
bing-zi year (fire-water)

** They won again in 2007
ding-hai year (fire-water)

Now you should see some patterns. They hit the jackpot when the year is fire-water in nature. So fire or water is either their wealth element OR it strengthens their day-masters (depending on the strength of their DM).

The 4P chart when they won on Aug. 30, 2007

year: ding-hai (fire-water)
month: wu-shen (earth-metal)
day: bing-shen (fire-metal)
hour: ji-hai (earth-water)

This day is a strong metal-water day. With this info, you can further deduce the possible DM elements of the couple.

Since they hit the jackpot twice, I would speculate that their 4P have lots of wealth elements but with weak DM. Weak DM is able to “suck in” or handle more wealth. Many wealthy tycoons have weak DM.

4P is not just for fortune-telling. It can be used in Feng Shui, date-selection, mate-selection, spying on your competition, ‘destiny forensics’ and more.

The same technique can also be applied on “event” or “accident” explanation using only minimal info like age and date/time of the event/incident occurred.

Ken Lai