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Trinity Force
by Unknown Mentalist

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(1 review, 4 customer ratings) ★★★★

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Trinity Force by Unknown Mentalist

A mathematical range force with routine and application ideas.

The Trinity Force is an easy yet powerful force but very little known in the field of magic or mentalism. As with any force, here too the applications of the force are limited only by your imagination. A few interesting routine ideas are shared here. But you can surely come up with many of your own routines using this beautiful force.

The actual process to force is very fast and direct. Maybe, depending on your presentation, it may take all of fifteen seconds to perform the force. Or you can stretch it for as long as you want. This is not a psychological force. The Trinity Force is 100% sureshot and hits bullseye every time.

There is a lot of freedom for the participant and absolute free choices to make and the range is practically unlimited, in the short process of the Trinity Force. This force can be used in virtual shows, on video calls, even on voice calls, in close-up situations, in parlor shows, street performances, stage shows etc.

To get your creative juices flowing, 6 routine ideas are explained, but the scope for using this unique force is very vast.

The Trinity Force ... employ and enjoy!


1. This is not a magic course for beginners. So a basic level of magic intelligence and a minimum level of performance skill are required to be able to perform these effects.

2. Every magician is not a David Copperfield. Every mentalist is not a Derren Brown. Every magic creator is not a Jay Sankey. And every magic reviewer is not a Penn & Teller. Every magic review, good or bad, is more a reflection of the reviewer rather than the reviewed. So even a badly reviewed magic effect can become a masterpiece in the hands of a good performer. Similarly, a 5-star reviewed magic routine can be screwed up by a bad performer.

1st edition 2022, PDF 8 pages.
word count: 1970 which is equivalent to 7 standard pages of text

Reviewed by Paul Young (confirmed purchase)
★★★★   Date Added: Friday 18 February, 2022

This force is not at all what I expected. It feels contrived and difficult to motivate for your audience in the first place, and for all that work you get not one “clean” and precise force but three (hence the moniker “trinity”—I admit, I should have seen that coming) that you then must manage. I’m sure that much more skilled people than I could use this force nicely, but for a rank amateur like myself, it’s not a useful tool.