Lewis Le Val – Praecantrix (video – pdf)
A powerful, self working and propless technique that you can use anytime, anywhere to enhance your performances. This technique has been used for hundreds of years to convince people they can ‘feel’ proof of the paranormal!
The Reader – Video tutorial
Anyone can write anything on the back of one of your business cards, then mix it amongst more cards on the table, all while your back is turned. Not only can you locate the card which contains the information, without touching anything, you can also reveal the information in the cleanest possible way. Another technique with endless possibilities! You will need no more than some business cards and a pen. If you liked AOK, you will LOVE this!
In this beautiful routine, The Witch and The Reader are combined to create a memorable experience in which the spirit of an imaginary gypsy fortune teller is awoken within the mind of your spectator. She sees all, knows all, and can prove it.
Notes on other presentations using the material in this book, including an act of ‘reverse clairvoyance’. This presentation, again, combines The Witch and The Reader. Rather than the performer connecting with a spirit and passing messages on, the spectator is given the ability to connect with a spirit directly. This creates a very realistic illusion of a spirit providing genuine and correct answers from ‘the other side’. The spectator never says anything out loud, yet receives inner answers to questions that only the thought of spirit would know. This presentation is for entertainment and informative purposes only.
As well as all of the above, within these pages you will also find:
– A method for knowing the answers to questions your spectator merely thinks of
– A passcode/pin number reveal
– A technique for providing quick and accurate readings with nothing to memorise
– Advice on how to use this material as pseudo suggestion, and how you can use it as a fail-safe way of introducing real suggestion to your performances.
All using the two main utility methods taught.