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Leslie Anderson, Harry Anderson Time Warp divination of set time of a pocket watch
Related to 1978 The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 202) 1007
Bob Farmer Pentacle Force forcing a Ten to Ace value on spectator, Tsunami principle
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1987/1988 Tsunami 9
Gary Kurtz Purely Psychological Techniques
  • Openness
  • Spectator Affirmation
    • The Nod Technique
    • Affirmation = Involvement
    • Affirmation and Memory
    • Affirmation and The Distortion of Memory
    • The Nod Technique and Psychological Manipulation
Related to 1992 Leading with your Head 28
Jas Jakutsch Introduction
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 1 3
Jas Jakutsch JaJa Center Tear no-steal technique
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 1 5
Jas Jakutsch Concerning "Cold Reading"
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 1 10
Jas Jakutsch The ATAW (Any Time AnyWhere) Triple Test divination of three thoughts, jotted down on a business card
Inspired by
  • Bruce Bernstein's "Telepathy and Clairvoyance" in "Twenty Effects for the Psychic Entertainer"
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 1 11
Jas Jakutsch "Pumping" & Progressive Anagrams
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 1 14
Jas Jakutsch The "Nod Technique", Body Language and Speed of Response brief, on fishing
Related to 1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 1 14
Jas Jakutsch "Understandable Mistakes" brief, fishing letters while doing a progressive anagram
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 1 14
Jas Jakutsch Negative Cast Statements (NCS) question which can be interpreted in two ways, no + are you?
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 1 15
Jas Jakutsch The Progressive Anagram (For the Uninitiated)
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 1 15
Ray Grismer, Jas Jakutsch What's My Sign
Related to
  • Ray Grismer's "What's Your Sign"
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 1 16
Jas Jakutsch The RT (Real-Time) Impression Device I carbon paper, clip board
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 1 18
Jas Jakutsch JaJa Quadruple Test multiple billet reading, ends with a design duplication
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 1 21
Jas Jakutsch For the Visually Impaired (Or Just to be Safe) when you can not read the center, either because of poor eyesight or bad handwriting
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 1 24
Jas Jakutsch "IOU" AKA "The Serpent" spectator jots down any amount and performer divines it by placing the exact amount of money from his wallet and purse on the table, then he shows, that he did not have more money, so he predicted the amount beforehand
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 1 25
Jas Jakutsch Introduction
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 2 3
Jas Jakutsch "Lost & Found" AKA "Six in One" billet routine with four phases, twelve people write down a los object and their initials, spectator finds the right billets, without opening it, divines the content of several and a member of the audience does the same too
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 2 5
Jas Jakutsch "CBS" - "The Classic Billet Switch"
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 2 12
Jas Jakutsch The "In-Their-Face" Two-Step Billet Switch
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 2 13
Jas Jakutsch The Re-Fold Switch
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 2 14
Jas Jakutsch The Opening Switch
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 2 15
Jas Jakutsch "I.T.O.O" - The "In the Open Opening" secretly opening a billet and reading it
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 2 16
Jas Jakutsch The ITOO Refold different methods to refold the billet again
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 2 17
Jas Jakutsch Getting a Glimpse eight ways of glimpsing an open billet
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 2 18
Harry Houdini, Jas Jakutsch The "Thumbhole Window" Glimpse
Related to 1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 2 18
Jas Jakutsch The "Hang-Over Glimpse" while holding a pad
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 2 19
Jas Jakutsch The Seriously "Hung-Over Glimpse"
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 2 19
Jas Jakutsch The QuinBillet Test" AKA "A Kick to the One-A... Head" five billet routine, picture duplication, ends with Telephone Drama
Related to 1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 2 20
Jas Jakutsch Intuitive Extrapolations on the QB Test
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 2 28
Jas Jakutsch The Marked Cards marked billets
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 2 29
Jas Jakutsch Divide and Conquer deck is divided and shuffled by eight spectators, all cards can be divined, belly strippers
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 3 3
Jas Jakutsch Super Card Memory - With a Kick ("SCAM"- With a Kick) eight people take a card and put them in their pocket, all missing cards are named and assigned to the right person, belly strippers
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 3 4
Jas Jakutsch, Bob Farmer "16-Foot Tsunami" multiple cards are divined, impossible conditions, psychic poker, belly strippers
Related to 1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 3 9
Jas Jakutsch Varius Multiplex Multiformis multiple cards divination, belly strippers
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 3 12
Jas Jakutsch The Rashomon Principle tossed out deck ruse plus extra card
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 3 12
Jas Jakutsch Final Words
1999 Completely Mental — Vol. 3 17
Jas Jakutsch The "Hang-Over Glimpse"
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