Dee discusses four brand new effects that he has not tipped in any other publication. Four working demonstrations of amazing mental power.
A presentation and method for the light and heavy deck that will prove your powers of mind over matter. A spectator will easily lift a deck of your hand, then will be unable to do so. Easy to do and completely examinable. You are left with a normal deck of cards and box to move onto another effect. This could be done with a tarot deck if you are against playing cards in your work.
The Devil's Key
The Devil's Key is a method to create the classic haunted key effect in your spectator's hands. The key will eerily turn slowly over in their hand and is completely examinable. Nothing is going from your body to the key, so you can walk away and leave them with the key once the haunting has concluded.
Three spectators each take a coin from their pocket/purse. The toss and call out whether it's landed heads or tails. What ever the outcome, it always matches the prediction you have on show, no indexes or moves are required, just some clever psychology and a devious method. The method to falling coins can also be applied to other prediction effects as discussed in the eBook.
While the previous Sight effects have been wallet mentalism, this takes the theme and applies it to a cabaret/stage scenario. A notebook is handed around the audience and each person writes down the title of a horror movie. One movie per page. The final spectator selects a movie from the book and you can read their mind and tell them the exact title of the movie they're thinking of.
"Rocking eBook... Short but ridiculously sweet! Love the thinking, it reeks of You!" - Ben Williams
"I love falling coins, I will be doing this... A lot!" - Bedros Spider Akkelian
"All very workable pieces, easy to perform and each leave a lot of space to customise to your needs. All direct and to the point!" - Luca Volpe
"Some great close up mentalism contained within! "Falling Coins" is an absolute winner. A great piece of situational, impromptu mind control! Awesome job Dee!!" - James Went
1st edition 2013, 21 pages.
word count: 4009 which is equivalent to 16 standard pages of text