Quodlibet literally means "what you like, or what you prefer" and is the theme that links the two publications that bear this name, the first dedicated to an evolution of the numerical tables and a development of the principle applied to a 52-card deck, and the latter Quodlibet 2, which proposes the Tarot version.
An upturned Tarot deck is placed on the table in full view; a spectator will be asked to choose only mentally any one of the 78 Arcana, of the major or minor series as he or she prefers, and to concentrate on it. The spectator will be handed a series of seven folders depicting all the Arcana of the deck distributed on them, he will have to keep those in which the chosen Tarot is present, and hide them from the mentalist; the discarded folders not containing the image or name of the chosen card, he will have to deposit them on the table. After a few minutes of concentration the mentalist will be able to draw or have drawn the card from the deck placed on the table from the beginning of the execution of the effect. The possibilities of revelation are manifold, the only limit being the imagination of the performer.
1st edition 2023, PDF 16 pages.
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