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Many people brag about having control, but now you can demonstrate it for spectators!
Darryl Vanamburg brings you a simple system that lets you move, lift, and spin small objects -- all in contradiction of the laws of physics! Pencils, paper, rocks, cards, straws -- you'll soon be showing yourself the master of these and so much more. In over 2 hours of instruction, you'll learn nine different ways to utilize the Control system for penetrations, transpostions, telekinesis and more!
Harness your inner power and purchase Control now!
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Customer reviews for Control
In the right circumstances, with a bit of customization (check out Darryl's helpful tips on adding a little something to avoid giveaway sounds during coin vanishes) I prefer this to either a PK ring or Raven. It's an excellent introductory toolkit to perform insane PK wonders. It's less detectable than a massive PK ring. And the gimmick can be ditched and retrieved much more easily than a Raven IMHO. You get a variety of special objects to spark your creativity. With this you can really transform anything (within reason) into an object that can be moved or vanished with your telekinetic powers. The 2-hour download does a good job of covering many of these, although Greg Wilson's Coffee Cup Chop Cup is easily the star of the show (too many others are a bit too obvious and risk giving away the method). A couple of words of warning: the objects you receive are fragile and need to be treated with care. Watch Chris Oberle's instructions before opening the box! Secondly, this probably won't work for people with small, thin fingers. The gimmick is adaptable but on the verge of being too big for me (you can probably figure out your own way around this however).