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Mentalism without playing cards.
From the introduction:
It is undoubtedly true that published material on card tricks, be it books or articles, far exceeds all other magical publications taken together. What is the next most often treated special subject? Is it coins? Silks? Or is it mentalism? Although I cannot prove it, I think it is mentalism. So why another book on mental magic if there are already quite enough of them around and very good ones at that?
The answer is not easy to give. I have chosen aspects, or subjects, which are not easily found anywhere else, some of which are new and unpublished or some which just appealed to me. The proof of the pudding, however, is in the eating: if you, dear reader, enjoy the book it was well worth writing it. If not, I am really sorry I did and hope you'll forgive me for having taken up too much of your precious time.
There is one admission I have to make right at the start I do not consider the use of cards by a mentalist as mental magic, and I believe the audience thinks likewise: anything done with playing cards is a card trick. I may be completely wrong in my belief; nevertheless cards are excluded from this book.
1st edition 1995, PDF 34 pages.word count: 14150 which is equivalent to 56 standard pages of text
- Part 1. The Impromptu Mentalist
- 1.1 Philius' Three Object Divination
- 1.2 Yates' Four Objects Divination
- 1.3 The Lie-And-Truth Treasure Hunt
- 1.4 The Six Coins
- 1.5 Any Six Objects
- 1.6 Sum Prediction
- 1.7 An Apple A Day
- 1.8 Impromptu Esp
- Part 2. Codes And The Medium
- 2.1 Instant Medium
- 2.2 Esp-Match
- 2.3 Voodoo
- Part 3. Any Book Book Tests
- 3.1 The Philius Book Test
- 3.2 The Rovi Book Test
- 3.3 An Electronic Book Test
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