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Envelopology Part 2

by Scott Creasey
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(1 review, 3 customer ratings) ★★★★★

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Envelopology Part 2 by Scott Creasey

In this second part of two ebooks exploring the science of envelopes in magic and mentalism, Scott introduces three more brand new tried and tested routines utilizing nothing more than some envelopes, a glue stick, and a pair of scissors.

For the sake of clarity the clear photographic manufacturing instructions for two of the gaffed envelopes which appeared in Envelopology Part One are reproduced here for the benefit of those who don't own the first ebook, along with an extra gaffed envelope and manufacturing instructions for a variation of Scott's very own Shaxonless flap, this variation is being shared here for the very first time.

The three routines however differ considerably from Envelopolgoy Part One and are taken directly from Scott's working repertoire.

The contents include:

  • Introduction
  • The Sideway Shaxon - Test conditions 3 way Psychometric Drawing Duplication
  • 21st Century Beast with Two Backs - Clipboards and Druids and The Druids Eye
  • The Shaxonless Flap Envelope (on steroids) - One for the Magicians

1st edition 2013, 34 pages.
word count: 8524 which is equivalent to 34 standard pages of text


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Reviewed by Mark Dilliway
★★★★★   Date Added: Saturday 29 August, 2015

Scott Creasey is one of the very best mentalists out there today! Part 2 is a continuation, and introduces further concepts in envelope based mentalism. His ideas are fresh and his methods are nice and sneaky. All of his work is practical, doable, and with the necessary practice, very very commercial. I am currently studying various methods in mentalism and Scott's methods are my go to effects. In my honest opinion it is very difficult to go wrong with his methods and presentations.
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