"Jose has created something wonderful here; using a mixture of subtleties to achieve a clean, realiable piece of mentalism that your audience will remember for a long time!" - Peter Turner
"Jose has melded a neo-classic and classic method and has created a routine which opens the door to manipulating people's memory about what actually happened (and when). This is a great example of a logical disconnect and a subtle presentation that maximizes the effect of both principles. A worker!" - Sean Waters
"So simple and devious! Jose has taken two common concepts, and blended them into an extremely baffling routine on your spectators mind...both conscious and subconscious! Everything is justified and logical, and looks as clean as you can get!" - Matt Mello
"This is not a pk time routine, this is a mind control routine with a watch, all the structure of the routine shapes a strong skeleton around which Jose has built a strong routine and taken care of every detail, wonderful!" - Nefesch
An impromptu demonstration of psychological influence with a borrowed watch! You make two predictions – one involving the spectator's conscious mind and the other involving her subconscious. Both predictions prove to be 100% accurate! Your spectators will have no choice but to believe you can control their thoughts and actions.
1st edition 2012, 8 pages.
word count: 988 which is equivalent to 3 standard pages of text
Reviewed by Pablo Amira
★★★★★ Date Added: Monday 08 December, 2014
José bought my routine "2 Thoughts" one day. The other day he releases "his routine".
He took away the power of my routine and offer a weaker version, without adding any value.
Support the original routine.
Reviewed by Alfonso Bartolacci
★★★★★ Date Added: Monday 17 September, 2012
I am really disappointed...big giants of mentalism ( ? ) that write in the review.."mixture of subtleties", "manipulating people's mind", "mind control"...where happened all tihis stuff in this routine ? Two steps of recycled thought, old material about old force about old plot, nothing about presentation, nothing about what to say or how to justify the movements....only a trick...try just to have a spectator that FEEL the difference of the stem pressume the first and the second time.....where is "manipulating people's memory"? Which row of which page contains such incredible psycological subtleties? But please.........!!!!!