A complete act for the advanced entertainer, consisting of a thought-provoking lecture and demonstration of apparent psychic ability.
The demand for such unique and bewildering entertainment has been long and consistent. An intriguing and spellbinding routine with a brilliant climax that leaves the audience with a new belief in the powers of the human mind. This program will convince even the most skeptical of audiences of your genuine powers of mental telepathy and psychic accomplishment. It offers a challenge to the sophisticated and intelligent audience.
The material contained in this lecture-demonstration has been audience-tested time and time again by the author, and other contributors. Originally, some of these effects were considered for a Nelson book of psychic effects, but they were deemed "too good" for general distribution and use. Each is a masterpiece, complete, with full patter. The entire program is one of audience participation. Not only does the performer conclusively prove his ability to read the thoughts in the minds of various spectators, but attempts to prove the existence of mental telepathy between the minds of selected members of the audience. There is not just a single climax, but one after another, each building on the last.
Eleven tests (and one alternate) are included, involving the use of such common, everyday articles as magazines, slates, mathematics, playing cards, pictures, sealed billets and the famous Brain Buster series as the final climax. The lecture is complete from the opening lecture to the closing word. Full running time is one hour and ten minutes, yet the program is so flexible that any one or more demonstrations may be used and timed to any length.
When originally offered, the catalog price was the equivalent of over $1,400.00 in today's money. Yes, this is material that Nelson himself performed, under the guise of Dr. Korda RaMayne. Because of the exorbitant high original price, this is one of the rarest and most exclusive offerings in the Nelson Enterprises catalog.
Are you a Nelson collector? This was listed as Item Number 193 in the Nelson Enterprises catalog. Now you can fill that missing spot in your collection.
1st edition 1946, PDF 65 pages.
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