Stevens Magic is very excited to be working with Paul Voodini on this project, by making available the first of hopefully many of his works, in hard copy booklet form.
From the disturbed mind of Paul Voodini comes this latest book – Hypno-Mental Self-Working Card Tricks. Simple and classic self-working card tricks are taken and thoroughly shaken up in a way and manner that only Paul Voodini could conceive of.
While on a trip to Bermuda, séance host and mind-reader Paul Voodini is forced to while away the hours by entertaining his fellow travellers with his favourite self-working card tricks. However, as you can imagine, the card tricks soon become demonstrations of the untapped power of the mind. Spectators are placed into light trances which allows them to tap into the intuitive parts of their brain, selected cards are used to divine the future and tell fortunes, and the power of positive thinking is demonstrated beyond doubt! This is simple magic transformed into strong magic, self-working card tricks that will simply blow your spectators away! All routines outlined are ideal for both close-up and parlour work.
To the spectator, this is as close to real magic as it’s possible to get!
- A Demonstration of Hypnotic Mind Reading. A spectator is placed into trance allowing the performer to access the intuitive part of her mind and thereby divine a freely chosen card.
- Psychic Aces. A spectator is placed into a light trance and manages to perform a wonderful psychic feat using playing cards!
- Do As I Don’t. A reworking of the classic self-worker using a positive visualisation technique and a card “reading” for the spectator.
- Also includes a FULL READING SYSTEM FOR PLAYING CARDS!
- You Read My Mind. The performer reads the spectator’s mind, but then by demonstrating the power of positive thinking, the spectator reads the performer’s mind!
And remember – this book also includes a full reading system for playing cards! Printed edition by Stevens Publishing with permission from Paul Voodini. All copyrights owned by Paul Voodini. Page Count – 27 pages, printed booklet.