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"I have studied your essays and I think your ideas are clever and a contribution to the field." - Barrie Richardson (Renowned mentalist and author of Theatre of the mind acts one and two.)
You will find plots that easily re-set, low tech, don’t take much pocket space, and give people something to walk away with, either for promotional usage or just as a an astonishing souvenir.
  • Future prophecies: A Close up confabulation routine using a post-it pad. The set up can be made in seconds and uses nothing more than the pad and a pay envelope. He’ll give several options for the revelation at the end; essentially you are left with a revelation of whatever you want on a billet in a pay envelope. The envelope revelation has some nice touches that exploits the post it notes natural state. You can either stick to any of the classic confabulation scriptures, dream car, movie, dream date etc. Steven prefers to use the routine as a cover for a one-ahead “telepathy” sequence incorporating some psychological forces with a few cold reading lines thrown in. The billet in the envelope is a kicker ending regardless of the success of the forces.
  • Identity theft: You ask someone to remove a card from their wallet, whilst you look away. You ask a few rudimentary questions about the card, is it a bank card? or a credit card etc? You mention if it’s a store card that the trick won’t work and you will need to try this with another card. You ask the spectator to place the card of their choice between their palms so no-one can see anything. You slowly wave your hands over the spectators clasped hands and begin to pick up impressions from the card. You write your impressions down one at a time on a business card until you settle on the first four or so. You give the spectator the business card and have them check the details, they match exactly.
  • Homage: A business card is shown to a spectator with some common possessions on it. Keys, Wallet. Phone, etc. They are asked to simply think of one of the objects and commit themselves to it. Using “physic” ability the performer is able to divine the object merely thought of, in a very clean and direct fashion. It gives a feel of real mind reading and is a fun routine to perform
"Dylan has put together three real world workers, perfect for the close up performer but also at home in a cabaret or stage setting with little adaptation. His thinking is clever and his methods are interesting and easily workable. I also like his presentations and structuring, it is clear that he has spent a lot of time performing and honing these effects." - Thom Bleasdale

"Steven Palmer's thinking is clever and his audience-tested routines show a detail-minded creator who is willing to share his bread-and-butter effects. This is a rare thing and certainly worth checking out." - Thomas Baxter

1st edition 2010; 21 pages.





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Magic Tricks Difficulty level 1 (Basic sleights/self working)

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