From the masterful mind of Anthony Blake--Spain's premier mindreader--comes this brilliant work. Tony Blake has laid it bare from theory to practice. The rhythm…the tempo…the timing. These are the routines which have made him famous.
This booklet contains material by Corinda and Ralph Read. Corinda’s mentalism is “clean” and requires no complicated props. The ideas in this 46-page book can make you a master mentalist.
Imagine this: you ask someone to think of a line from his or her favorite poem. Something you could not possibly know. They write the sentence across the center of their business card. They fold it and drop it on the table. You pick it up, tighten the
This comprehensive book on sealed billet reading deals with practically all the known methods actually employed by magicians and mediums. It is divided into two sections which deal with the methods and devices used exclusively
INDEX-terity will put a new spin on your magic and mentalism. George Parker's INDEX-terity turns the billet index on its head, making it more powerful and deceptive than ever before! George has created the "game changer" for
What if you could have a powerful technique that makes billets virtually invisible in your hands? Or an impression device hidden in an innocent item that no one would think twice about -- yet it becomes a deadly information gathering
Frustrated with complicated billet peeks that are cleverer on the page than in the field? Tired of having to shove unfolded business cards in your wallet just to read them? Hate switching slips because it's so unnatural and
A perfect startling new way to read minds! Imagine working high end night clubs with a deck of cards and a handkerchief. And getting paid good money for ten minutes of amazing mentalistic entertainment. That is exactly what Docc Hilford does with his b
The Famous author, creator and billet worker, Al Mann said, "You rattled me with your Jagged Edge billet test. It is great and original. I only wish I had it when I wrote The Purloined Thought." Docc Hilford has taken the
A small piece of paper is torn from a menu. A participant writes a brief question on the blank side of the paper and folds it. The mentalist uses a deck of cards in their box as a little tray to display the folded paper. The folded