Welcome to Luck Lab
You probably noticed that there are days or even weeks in your life when you are more lucky than usual, and there are other days when nothing good seems to come your way.
It is even more obvious that some people are luckier than the others, sometimes much more lucky. Don't you have a friend or relative who always wins games of chance?
Modern sticks-and-stones science believes that good luck is random, that the amount of it isn't measurable and isn't ruled by any particular law. However, in the history of humanity there were other sciences where adepts believed that it is possible to find good luck in one's life, and to increase the level of it once found, if the person is knowledgeable and conscious enough.
Nowadays, there are many people who enjoy gambling, or playing games of chance, and some of them believe that they possess a glimpse of knowledge that allows them to win more often, or to win more, or at the very least to lose less. Are those just examples of wishful thinking, or is there really some forgotten, or maybe yet undiscovered knowledge that might help people to be more lucky?
Here at Luck Lab we are planning to bring together different theories of Good Luck, as well as facts and figures about lucky people and lucky events. To test the theories, we are developing software that will be made available to everyone. We shall share with you our findings and insights, but we also hope that you will share your findings and insights with us, and through us with everyone interested in the subject.
The Two Main Approaches
The two main approaches to the problem that we can see at the moment are:
- The simplified approach based on numerology, elements of astrology and some other simple ideas, like biorythms. The two best explained examples of such approaches can be found in How to Win Games of Chance by Kenneth Dickkerson and Luck Doesn't Happen by Chance by Claire Doyle-Beland.
- The sophisticated approach employs a wider range of astrological tools and methods, in particular the actual positions of planets in the sky and the aspects between them. The two good books exemplifying this approach that we can wholeheartedly recommend are Gambling, Luck, and Astrology: Win the Maximum. Lose the Minimum by Nikolai James and Using Astrology to Find Your Luck by Kathleen Powers.
You will find more books, with reviews, in the Books section of our website.
Our first software implementing the simplified approach is Luck Chart. It is currently offered as an iOS app which can be run on an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, but if there will be a sufficient interest from the users, it can be ported to other platforms as well.
A project implementing the sophisticated approach is still in works, its completion will be announced in our Newsletter.