Beyond Heaven is a PDF and video project on a series of effects which relate to the plots of Saint and Sinner divination form photos (close up version) and a Living and Dead Test which is suitable for stage, parlor and close-up acts.
Effect 1 (Basic effect Outline)
Living and Dead Test: stage, parlor and close-up version
Even before the show starts you hand your spectator a picture in a photo frame which is one half of a complete photo and an old newspaper article, which acts as a prediction. Then you hand the other spectator a stack of photos which are torn in half, and the spectator is asked to deal the photos on the table and based on his / her intuition they are to stop at any photo which in turn is the match for the prediction which can be later confirmed form a newspaper article.
- Multiple methods taught
- Does not include multiple outs
- Customize to your own presentation style
- An added kicker at the end
- Brief presentation included
- Prediction can be read even before the effect starts
Saint and Sinner Divination: You hand your spectator a set of 12 old photos and ask them with their intuition, to divide the photos into two piles, after the separation with some theatrical presentation and spectators justifications on - what they felt while separating - you turn back all the pictures and they have been successfully separated in to saints and sinners (which is written on the back of each photo).
- Only 12 cards used
- Anyone can get the cards for examination
- Nothing added or taken away
- Completely gimmick-less
- Provides a logical solution to a separation effect
1st edition 2020, PDF 6 pages, video length 36 min
Reviewed by Larry Ekin (confirmed purchase)
★★★★★ Date Added: Saturday 05 March, 2022
Might possibly merit 4 stars. Decent graphics, an interesting plot and a bonus effect "Saints and Sinners" make it an attractive package, and one that, with a bit of effort can be improved. You can find your own headline/fake newspaper generator on the internet, so you might adapt the content to make it suit your own approach. But definitely worth the money.
Reviewed by James Floyd
★★★★★ Date Added: Tuesday 02 June, 2020
It's not at all good...a simple method...