This is a strong self-working routine. It comes with a mysterious old audio recording, and the routine only uses four playing cards. The subject will undergo the ritual of destiny to find out if a wish of theirs will come to fruition.
- Nice and easy
- Unique presentation
- No spelling
The four cards represent the seasons of the year. The ritual represents personal choices and the general chaos of life. By the end of it it'll be clear whether a wish the subject has focused on will come true.
The audio recording does all the work for you. Naturally, you can forgo the mysterious old recording if you choose, the effect will stand on its own with you presenting it, but the old recording is cool and that's how I use it. I play it right off my phone in casual situations.
You can have more people joining in if you have more decks.
If they ask about the recording you tell them you bought a box of old tarot cards and playing cards in a yard sale and a cassette tape was inside of it along with some other junk. You considered throwing it away but something nudged you to listen, so you went off to procure a cassette player, which was a pain, and you're not sorry you did. You have no idea who recorded it or when it was recorded. A mystery! It's a joy. Only Lucky $13!
1st edition 2023, PDF 4 pages, audio 3:30.
word count: 833 which is equivalent to 3 standard pages of text
Reviewed by John Kauth (confirmed purchase)
★★★★★ Date Added: Wednesday 04 October, 2023
There is so much possibility here. The recording is old-sounding and scratchy. A woman's voice directs the ritual with the four cards, and her instructions are easy to follow. The person holding the cards gets to make a number of choices along the way to get to the outcome if a wish will come true. This would be great around a table with each person having their own packet of cards. No two people will move the cards the same way as there are many choices. So many ideas come to mind to use the Ritual of Destiny as part of a much larger routine. You would have to add your own story and perhaps not use the recording since different cards would be used. This could be done with four Tarot cards without the recording. I have to be vague here not to give away the method or result. If you are having a Halloween party, as this review is being written in October, this would be a fun little routine. Turn the lights down low, light some candles, and play the Ritual of Destiny. If you are looking for a showstopper, do not get this. It is a nice little routine with an interesting twist - the recording.