NOTE: This reading is also contained in the Nelson book, Confessions of a Medium.
Amaze any spectator, even one whom you've not met before, by giving an in-depth character reading that reveals psychological insights your client hasn't shared with anyone.
Spectators are more readily convinced by fortune tellers, and the like, if the reader begins the reading without first asking a lot of questions. In other words, the psychic gives the reading "from the cradle to the grave," as though the spectator's life were the pages of an open book.
No sooner does the client enter the room, then immediately the reader starts, giving "knock-out facts," and continues with the reading for up to a half hour, never asking definite questions, but "reading." This is accomplished without previous preparation, nothing written and without apparatus.
This type of reading is known as the "Psychological Reading," insomuch as it employs the science of psychology and character reading, coupled with logic. It is scientific guess reading, which will, in practically all cases, be acknowledged by the client as correct.
The Psychological Reading has been used extensively for years with great success, and can be used in conjunction with other methods, if desired. To readers, private or stage, this information will prove a big aid, as it also teaches how to visually analyze the client to construct an interesting and appealing reading.
Madam Mysteria says: "I am delighted with the 'Psychological Reading.'"
Are you a Nelson collector? This book was listed as No. 301 in the Nelson Enterprises catalog.
1st edition 1931, PDF 21 pages.
word count: 6273 which is equivalent to 25 standard pages of text