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This is a killer close up mentalism routine. Clean, simple and direct. A participant is asked to mentally think of a word from the Psych Aerious Card. Not only does the performer reveal the final word but also seems to know what all the participant passed through from the beginning of the thought to the ending of the thought process.
A mysterious concept of Psych Aerious is introduced and explained which makes the routine more baffling and the impact more powerful. A small card which can easily fit in a wallet is used as an interesting prop. This card (both sides) is designed and included as a printable prop.
This routine can be performed anytime, anywhere to anyone. Nothing to reset and instantly repeatable with a different outcome each time. The Psych Aerious Card is very cleverly designed and is completely examinable. No sleights. No preshow. No stooges. Very easy to perform as it is fully self working. Can be performed almost immediately after reading the instructions.
Your audience will be totally stunned and completely baffled. And this is one of those rare routines which you can repeat multiple times because often due to the unique impact, you will be requested to repeat the routine. You will thoroughly enjoy performing this.
A couple of alternate handlings and an alternate routine are also included.
"At its heart PSYCH AERIOUS has a simple mathematical principle that the Unknown Mentalist leverages to get the maximum amount of reveals and information out of. All of which is wrapped up in a well thought out presentation." - Marc Paul
1st edition 2016, 13 pages.
word count: 3761 which is equivalent to 15 standard pages of text
Reviewed by David Burmeister (confirmed purchase)
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!] Date Added: Saturday 25 June, 2016
The Unknown Mentalist has done it again.
This is a GREAT ROUTINE and also a very unusual presentation.
Actually, I think sooner or later I'm going to the printers and get these made wallet sized and have them laminated.
I would HIGHLY recommend this.
David W. Burmeister