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Astrolingua

by Phantomas

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Mentalism
Media Type: Book

Product Description

Inspired by Ray Grismer's "What's my sign," (a routine in which the magician is successfully able to guess the zodiac sign of an onlooker after a few questions) Phantomas has created another practical version of the "Progressive Anagram."

Very easy to remember. After a little practice, you will be able to tell your spectators their sign, simply by "reading their minds!"

Date Added: Aug 6th, 2006
MLA SKU: SktoLZG2bcmSjP4

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January 24th, 2004 8:07pm
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Reviewed by Bryce Kuhlman
Being a positive person, I wish I could say something nice about this. Unfortunately, the paper is of such high quality that it doesn't work well as a fire starter.

Here's something positive: if you want to do a reading on someone's astrological sign, pick up a copy of the Mystery School book. In my opinion, Alain Nu's work on this is light-years beyond anything else in print.

This manuscript, however, is not worth the paper it's printed on. Like most, it's based on a branching anagram. The diagram showing the branching is extremely confusing and there are no examples or additional text to help explain this diagram.

Once I figured it out, I realized one other glaring error: half of the paths have no end. You can whittle it down to two possible signs, but there is no mention of how to get to a final conclusion other than, "call out one of the two possible signs and wait for the reaction of the spectator…... [Read More]

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