Symbolism by Paul Carnazzo - Trick
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|Symbolism is another great effect for the mentalist!|
It appears to be an authentic "Telepathy Testing Card" from the National Institute of Parapsychology.
Perfect for anytime, walk around and close up mentalism! This is a complete routine that fits neatly in your wallet! Be ready to perform a complete routine with just one compact card!
The card is about the same width as a credit card, but a little taller, so it fits perfectly in a standard credit card slot in any wallet (the same size as the Test Conditions card). On it are several tests that are used to test both the spectator's and the performer's 'telepathic ability'.
The first effect is this:
A spectator is handed a set of folded instructions, and asked not to read them yet. He is told to try to pick up on what the instructions are telepathically. He is then asked to name one of the symbols shown on the card. Lets say he names the cylinder. The instructions are opened by the spectator and read out loud...the instructions read "PLEASE CHOOSE THE CYLINDER". The spectator was able to pick up on the instructions telepathically!!
Next, three spectators are each asked to think of a symbol on a grid of 16 symbols. The performer immediately begins to reveal some information about each spectators chosen symbols...then reveals all three symbols correctly! (at no time are the spectators asked any questions, nor is anything written down!)
There are two BONUS effects included on the card as well.
The following is true about SYMBOLISM:
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- Gerry Hennesey
"a flexible assortment of quick, strong demonstrations that can be done individually or together"
- Joshua Quinn
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- Bob Cassidy
"Very usable stuff and highly recommended..."
- Christopher Taylor