In a shocking story out of Bangkok, Thailand, medium Chaiyut Phetsri-ngern was shot to death with a shotgun as he was leaving his Chaomae Songtham shrine on Wednesday. The former boxer had turned to meditation. He was perhaps too successful.
The Bangkok Post reports that he had predicted winning three-digit numbers for both the Oct 1 and Oct 16 draws. Chaiyut’s lottery predictions was a possible motive for the murder.
I can’t find additional information on Chaiyut but some obvious questions arise:
- Why couldn’t he predict his death?
- Why did he not profit off his own predictions?
- Is the lottery in the country fixed?
Psychics give various answers for why they do or don’t win the lottery. The reasons are inconsistent. First, they say they don’t want to exploit such a gift. Yeah…
Making someone money (except for themselves) is supposedly bad karma. It’s not to be used to help oneself. And then there are descriptions regarding energy and waves and mystical supernatural stuff. It’s all nonsense.
Then they say that the numbers are randomly chosen so it’s not predictable because psychics can’t predict the future, only what MIGHT happen. Nice cop out. I could tell you what MIGHT happen too and be just as accurate. That’s not too difficult.
Others say that casino games are better uses of psychic powers. Apparently dice are the easiest to affect. This description is HILARIOUS:
In his book The Conscious Universe, Dean Radin discusses two other factors that could influence casino winnings: the earth’s geomagnetic field (GMF) and lunar cycles. Because GMF frequencies affect human behavior all the way down to the cellular level, Radin hypothesized that perceptual ESP–and casino payout–would increase as GMF fluctuations decreased. His and previous studies have supported this theory.Radin’s studies have also provided anectodal proof that over long periods of time, gamblers may increase their payouts by 2% when gambling on or near days of a full moon cycle.
None of that is true. There is zero relationship between magnetic fields, lunar cycles and playing dice.
Some say we all have these powers and to win on your own, construct a grid and use a pendulum. Well, that’s actually as good as any method since the numbers are drawn by chance and any particular set of numbers is as good as another.
Recently, in Widnes, a man was the target of a psychic’s scam to reveal lottery numbers for a fee. A few people will fall for such scams if they are desperate and can’t think their way through to why this is a very bad idea.
If psychics had real powers, we would have seen the affects of it by now. The fact that the world is not run by the people who claim such powers and that these skills aren’t put to everyday use in that we could OBSERVE things occurring beyond chance shows that this power does not exist.
So, the story of murder from Thailand takes on a more sinister aspect, if that’s possible considering how awful it was. There was something else going on that we are not being told.