Powerful Mentalism Performable Over the Phone or in Person!
As part of a 5 comic book series, Heptagon (preceded By Triangle & followed by Square), is a comic devoted to mentalism over the telephone. This stuff doesn’t suffer from your usual transparent mathematical or psychological methodology.
Artist Jesse Rubenfeld’s art is beautiful, the page layout is stellar, and overall the product productions are top notch.
Imagine being able to perform strong, commercial mentalism remotely over the telephone without having to resort to contrived mathematical feeling procedures, or having to rely on traditional psychological forcing techniques. These routines are just as impressive over the phone as they are in person.
Dead Phone – Divine and predict the location of three weapons hidden in three different pockets of your subject.
Drinks on Me – A 100% Safe Acid Roulette Game.
The Call – Successfully call the winner of three rounds of RPS & know the exact objects thrown in the last play.
Memory Prison – Memorize the subject’s deck of cards in 30 seconds then teach the subject to memorize a deck of cards in under one minute all over the phone.
Coin Claw – Feel exactly what the subject feels and identify which of four coins is being held at seemingly any given time.
Coin Cast – Perform a which hand is the coin in effect and also be able to call if the coin is heads or tails up in the subjects hand. Yes, even over the phone!
Lie Detector – The performer is able to correctly spot when the subject is lying or telling the truth without fail.
Remote Composition – A different presentation of the previous routine with a psychic theme rather than a psychological. This works well as a fail-safe for Joshua Quinn’s Duplicity.
Subliminal Persuasion Kicker – Have the subject write down an open prediction about a physical set of actions he or she will do only to have him or her cause it to come true moments later without being aware of it.
Tracing Dick – A drawing duplication for the phone
Pages: 52 – Soft cover – 10″ x 6.5″ – Full-color and black-and-white illustrations