Imagine being able to secretly transmit information to your assistant in complete silence and without having to learn a lot of code words. Imagine you could do this without any electronics and very little practice.
Ordinary spoken (verbal) codes are more or less known to modern audiences, but the methods herein described defies detection, even if the method should be known to the party who sees it. Normally, to do this today requires secret electronic equipment costing hundreds or even thousands of dollars capable of sending secret impulses to your assistant. Such is not the case with these methods as no electronics are used.
It's true; using this method you can transmit a person's astrological sign. A person whispers their astrological sign in the performer's ear and without any verbal codes, the assistant on stage reveals this information. That is why this is called The Silent Code. The method is ingenious and has fooled a lot of magicians and skeptics.
Some horoscope pitch people have used this trick to help sell horoscopes. They challenge the person, if the person on stage can correctly reveal their sign, then the person will buy a horoscope from the performer. If the person on stage fails to correctly name the person's astrological sign, then the person gets a free horoscope.
The system can also be used to transmit a playing card name whispered into the performer's ear. The secret is ingenious.
In this release, I reveal the method I used in my early days to transmit the astrological sign secretly in complete silence to my assistant during my carnival horoscope pitch. Two different methods are revealed within this PDF.
1st edition 2018, 8 pages.
word count: 1573 which is equivalent to 6 standard pages of text
Reviewed by S Wade
★★★★★ Date Added: Monday 08 June, 2020
The book needs to be proof read before been released, I noticed a few sentences that didn't make sense, until I had read it again and worked out what it should say.
The methods are ok, but I much prefer 'The Touch'.
The Touch is a much better read, easy to learn, and no mistakes in writing (from what I read).