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This 83 page ebook contains numerous mentalism techniques involving Post It Notes, each one explained in detail with OVER 100 clear photographs to help you with each step of every move.
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This 83 page ebook contains numerous techniques, each one explained in detail with OVER 100 clear photographs to help you with each step of every move.
The ebook contains several innovative new ideas, as well as some twists on old ideas taking advantage of the peculiarities of Post It Notes. This is more than just a collection of peeks and switches. The ideas in this booklet could change the way you perform some of your impromptu mentalism!
So, what’s in the book?
One of the top half of a note and one of the entire contents of a note
One switch is not only cunning but it also allows an almost immediate peek of the original note, and the handling to switch back the note with no obvious moves AND an alternate handling for both.
The other is a way of switching a note that has been stuck to your person the whole time for a different note in full view of the audience, very good for walk around mentalism.
A treatise on how the folding of notes can not only help you create new effects, but change the way you approach those that you do already
A way of knowing exactly WHO has WHICH Post It note by sight alone brought about by doing nothing more than handing out notes
To illustrate the techniques in the book you get four effects, NONE of which require ANY advance preparation:
An imaginary quiz show involving five booby prizes and a star prize, even though you are left with the final draw you always win the star prize.
By your senses alone you are able to tell two spectators who they love or hate, firstly by analyzing their handwriting, and then by touch alone.
A handful of spectators write down their ‘other self’ – the side of themselves that they don’t let other people see normally on six separate Post It notes which are stuck to the wall in full view. Even though the spectators themselves have no idea of each others choices, the performer is able to match each person up with their respective ‘other’ personality.
I have been told that the effect ‘Other Self’ alone is worth the asking price of this book, after the performer in question put this effect into his act immediately.
An effect which uses sound reading in a very clever way, to bring this in to the realms of ‘test conditions’