I read up on Pythagoranism, and how is that even vaguely related to Mathematical Universe Theory?
For one, most of the things in Pythagoreanism have been proven to be false/cannot be proven because it is unfalsifiable.
Reminds me a whole lot about the whole Spirit Science things where they take abstract mathematical constructs and try to mesh it in with the physical world without a justification for why and how such a thing is done.
Second one isn't really paranormal, assuming its a 6-from-49 lottery, the chance of the 1st three numbers being correct may be 0.000905%, which may lead one to believe that such an event is a work of the paranormal.
But remember, that people win the lottery despite the fact that its a 1 in 13,983,816 chance of winning. And these people get their lottery numbers from somewhere. Extraordinary claims may require extraordinary evidence, but you are confusing an improbable claim from an extraordinary one. Winning the lottery is improbable, but not extraordinary.