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- November 11th, 2004, 7:50 pm
- Forum: Mentalism & Mental Magic
- Topic: Sylvia Browne - Real or Fake?
- Replies: 106
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by Ryan Matney: [QB] Does nobody else find her 'readings' more dangerous than others? Brown has the habit of naming specific information to people that are despretely seeking it. And I don't mean comforting grieving loved ones. I think your right on with this. Her readings d...
My two cents on this - There was only one prepared deck, the one that was used. Doesn't seem odd that out of all the decks to be picked (there were many brands there) he recieved red bikes? - the ones we use most commonly. Plus it would be so easy to do it this way in that setting. Great effect and ...
The only 'logical' presentation for the T&R Plot I've encountered is Darwin Ortiz's great effect called 'The Marker' which is in his book Cardshark. It isn't a piece by piece restoration but you could perhaps modify elements from his presentation to fashion a more logical and motivated handling ...
A good and perhaps overlooked coins across is Larry Jennings' Peripatetic Coins (pg. 24, The Classic Magic of Larry Jennings.) It is similar to Roth's Shell Coins Across and Gertner's A Familiar Ring. However, I'd wager that most of the coins across being performed today is in the 3-Fly/fingertip st...
- June 16th, 2003, 5:29 pm
- Forum: Book of The Month Club
- Topic: Book of the Month: The Book of Secrets
- Replies: 30
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Great discussion - as was the thread on Strong Magic. After eagerly awaiting and reading The Book of Secrets my thinking is this - the book was good, but not as great as all the hype. I actually liked Carneycopia better. I realize that I may have a dissenting view here, (& expect to get slammed)...