Mental Voyage presents Altriotto, the second collection of mentalism effects from the mind of Paul
Carnazzo. This is an ebook that includes photographs for one of the effects taught. In Altriotto, you will discover 9 close up mentalism effects:
This Side Up - a never fail heads/tails prediction. A prediction is presented, and then a participant flips
a coin 5 times (more or less if you wish). The participant is given the chance to change any of the results
until they are happy...of course, the prediction is 100% correct - including whether or not the
participant would change any of the results.
Positively No Force - a no force, never fail version of Positive/Negative using five (real or imaginary)
coins (contributed to an upcoming project by a well known mentalist - TBA later)
Uncrushed - a borrowed water bottle is crushed. Using mind power only the bottle uncrushes itself.
The bottle is borrowed and never touched by the performer. (This effect was contributed to Mindblasters USA by Peter Duffie)
The Wannabe Serial Killer - a tale of an unlucky serial killer unfolds, and his bad luck is put to the
test. (Two versions are included - photos included!)
Instant Psychic - two participants select cards from a shuffled deck. The deck is shuffled again and
handed to a third participant. Miraculously, he is able to find the two selected cards.
The Bucket List - the topic of "Bucket Lists" is brought up, and a participant thinks of an item on their
"Bucket List", and is asked to imagine they are experiencing the event in their mind. The performer takes this journey with them and correctly describes details what the participant is visualizing, and correctly names the thought of item! (This effect was contributed to Ran Pink's T-Rex)
iShiner - a great utility item using an iPhone (contributed to J. Prager's Swipeit)
Eye-Tunes - a participant is asked to think of the last song they listened to on their iPhone or iPod
Touch. The mentalist starts to "receive" some sound bites, and correctly names the actual song.
Cursory TK - a willing participant is able to move the cursor on virtually any computer screen using
only their mind!
1st edition 2012, 70 pages.
word count: 12408 which is equivalent to 49 standard pages of text