If you are looking for a variety of of hard hitting effects presented in a fresh fashion this ebook is for you.
Drawing/word duplications that require no pre-show work or the need for the subject to write anything down, subject to subject mind reading, data extraction methods, versatile utility switch methods for envelopes and other objects, fun and games with fingers, invisible forces that can be applied to many of your own effects, Peter's thoughts on performance and much more!
Imagine being able to have a subject verify an envelope is opaque, then sign it so it cannot be switched and the only clue you give them as to the contents inside is that it is an image, (which could be any image in the world). The subject invites any second member of the audience onto the stage and the second subject draws an image and when the envelope is opened the images match!
"Peter is a genius when it comes to creating; he approaches ideas boldly, solidly and whole heartedly. His methods are a construct of many hours of thought and testing. His Mentalism is hard hitting, impossible to figure out and yet simple for audiences to follow. His presentations are contemporary and most importantly...interesting. Get your hands on anything with his name attached to it whilst you can, you won’t regret it. Enjoy this book of strong Mentalism and then get out there and perform it! If you don’t, you will be missing out". - Chris Rawlins (Author of Mind experiments with Kenton Knepper)
"This book is for you if you want pure effects that look as clean live as any edited tv performance, the subject thinks it and you guess it with as little compromise as possible, Another outstanding book from Peter Turner!" - Eric Ostresh (Real world performer)
- Forward by Chris Rawlins
- Intro by author
- Trust your instincts (+seated variation)
- Dunninger vs Annemann (+ close up presentation)
- White board dual reality principle
- Subject to subject book test
- Simon says
- Lost and found
- Inside intuition
- Time delay prinicple
- Logic and trust (performance opinions)
- The envelope peek
- Prediction production
- The rain man effect/map test
- Three heads are better than one
1st edition 2011; 75 pages.
word count: 18132 which is equivalent to 72 standard pages of text