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POSTgraphologySimon J. Lea
POSTgraphology is a graphology based mentalism effect utilizing those sticky yellow memo notes we are all familiar with.
A pack is opened in front of the audience and the whole block is given to one of the spectators. He or she is asked to rip off a chunk of notes for you to use for demonstration purposes and then to give one note to each of the spectators taking part - 5 is the best number of spectators but can be more or less. As this is performed as a demonstration of graphology and not magic you don't point out that there is now no way you could know which spectator would get which note...
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Rock Paper ScissorsSimon J. Lea
- Play to win - beat your opponent every time!
- Play to lose - lose every single time!
- Match them - whatever your opponent chooses, you choose the same!
- All done REAL TIME like a regular game of Rock, Paper, Scissors!
- No stooges
- No dual reality
- No set up
- No pre-show work
- Easy to learn
If you've ever seen a performance of Rock, Paper, Scissors as a mentalism effect then you know what a crowd-pleaser it is. Bring on the first guy, beat him. Bring on the second guy, beat him, too. Ask the crowd if they want you to win or lose, if they want you to lose, then play again and lose. You...
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Anti TarotSimon J. Lea
A reading system with playing cards
This effect is entitled Anti Tarot for two reasons. Firstly, it dispenses with tarot cards, using playing cards instead; secondly, the most important card in the reading is never seen by the reader. Instead of reading the cards and telling the spectator what should happen to them, the reader hears what has happened to the spectator and tells them what their chosen card should be.
- Easy to learn and perform
- No sleight of hand or forces used
- Can be performed with a borrowed deck
- All traditional meanings for the cards explained
- Scripted reading taken...
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Tarot PsychSimon J. Lea
Tarot Psych is an easy to perform tarot baffler. A spectator takes 7 tarot cards from any deck of your choice. Each card represents a day of the week. The spectator thinks something she plans to do in the next seven days and writes it on the card that corresponds to that day. The card is returned to the deck which is wrapped in a cloth (or returned to the box). The 'spirit' of the card contacts you and tells you what she plans to do and the day she plans to do it.
Deal 7 tarot cards on the table, indicating as you deal that they represent Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday......
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Sh-h-h--! TarotSimon J. Lea
To the spectator this effect looks no different to a tarot reading. The tarot cards are not handled in a tell-tale 'card trick' manner. To the spectator, there is no possible way that you, the reader, could know what card they chose. Yet you can discuss the impressions you get from the deck - what the tarot is telling you - and ultimately reveal their card. How you reveal their card is up to you. Are you reading their mind, seeing images of their card in their thoughts or is the tarot deck itself is drawing you towards their card? Perhaps there is a perfectly rational psychological explanation...
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Hanging OnSimon J. Lea
A spectator is given a new deck of cards and some clothes pegs. Tearing off the cellophane they open the deck and begin to peg cards onto a washing line. When they run out of pegs, they shuffle the deck and pick one card at random. This card helps them randomly choose one of the pegged cards.
Imagine there are 9 cards pegged to the line and they choose the 4 of diamonds - they would then count along the pegged cards stopping at the fourth card. This card is turned around and re-pegged so that the audience can see what it is.
A prediction is opened revealing the name of selected card.
$14to wish list
Exhibit ASimon J. Lea
In this effect you tell a story with the help from some spectators. All important details are given to you by them and you have no control over what they say. Despite this, these details appear inside a book of matches, inside your pocket. And a card, crucial to your story, is missing from a deck that, like the match book, has been inside your pocket the whole time.
This ebook contains everything you need to perform the effect as a 15 mins+ piece. Including tips and jokes for playing it light. Despite the macabre subject matter the laughs come easy with the spectators providing most of them...
$10to wish list
Real Fake Hand-Writing AnalysisSimon J. Lea
- You will demonstrate your ability to look at a person's signature and then be able to identify pictures that they have drawn.
- You will be able to tell from signature alone which words, symbols and ideas an individual person will be attracted to.
- By just feeling the muscles of a person's hand you will be able to point to a piece writing that has been written by that hand.
- You will even be able spot a liar just from the way they sign their name.
You won't... but you'll be able to fake that you can!
This effect is all about you demonstrating your amazing hand-writing analysis skills....
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Katterfelto #1Simon J. Lea
Katterfelto magazine will be quarterly and available as a hard copy full color magazine or an e-book. (Here at the Lybrary only the e-book version is available.) The hard copy version will be sent out with a free gift.
Anyone purchasing the e-book version will be able to purchase the free gifts at a significantly reduced rate. All you have to do is email Simon at [email protected] to claim your discount.
For the first edition the free gift is the Pocket Book Test. If you purchase this ebook you can get the Pocket Book Test for £6.00 (+s&h). For a description see further down...
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Publishing Magic Books on Lulu.comSimon J. Lea
This ebook takes the reader through every stage of taking their original manuscript in Microsoft Word and turning it into a printed book from Lulu.com. Each stage is illustrated and is designed to make learning how to use Lulu as quick and pain free as possible. The guide discusses the usual problems that people have using Lulu for the first time, such as uploading and converting, controlling access, assessing costs and setting revenues.
Anyone who has written a magic book they want to see in print, who has
access to Microsoft Word, will be able follow this easy step-by-step guide
$10to wish list
Totem TearSimon J. Lea
The Totem Tear is a billet technique with a difference. This ebook comes with 10 strong effects. The first chapter deals with the billet technique with 17 large photographs detailing every move step-by-step. The Totem Tear captures an incredible amount of information, quickly and easily.
- No torn center
- No switches
- No peeks
- Spectator destroys the billet
- Natural reason for writing down information
- Easy to learn & Easy to perform
- All natural moves
The classic center-tear move is well-known throughout the mentalist world. And surprisingly well-known in the non-mentalism world as well....
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Image-GrabberSimon J. Lea
The impression pad you do not need to open after the spectator has closed it.
These are instructions on how to create your own pads, however you do not need any great DIY skills to construct it. This ebook contains
- Fully illustrated step-by-step instructions on how to turn a regular notepad into an Image-Grabber
- Instructions on how to use the Image-Grabber
- Fully illustrated step-by-step instructions for secretly switching the notepad (method can be used for decks of cards)
- Telephonic Test: A spectator writes a private letter. You call a third person who has never been physically in...
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