Mind Mysteries Guide Book Volume 5
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In an unprecedented event, Richard Osterlind has revisited his hugely successful Mind Mysteries video series and is writing definitive guide books that exponentially enrich the material presented in it.
In this fifth guide book, Richard, after a two year hiatus, resumes his work on the analysis of the Mind Mysteries video series. The current volume continues his work on creations such as the Ultra Board, the Stainless Steel Blindfold, the Very Modern Mindreader and others. In addition to his insights on these classics, the bonus material includes:
- NASCAR Inside the Fold
- Swami Under the Nose
- Ultra Add-a-Number
- A Gem for the SOS Bag
- Final Two-Faced Epic Routine
Richard has taken his fifth Guide Book a step further. It is subtitled "Between the Lines" and is structured in a way similar to his best-selling book, Mystique. Within these pages, you will find important concepts, theories and other practical applications well suited for other mentalism routines as well as theatrical knowledge in general. There is a wealth of knowledge is these "sub thoughts" alone.
Exceeding the length of the last Guide Book by some 50 pages, Mind Mysteries Volume 5 contains some of Richard's most exciting creations and showcases his original thinking. This guide book will give you even greater insight as to what makes these effects so powerful and how you put that kind of power into your own act. "Richard has given his heart and soul with the Mind Mysteries series, and what we are witnessing as we watch is a lifetime of work, thoughts and ideas, trial and error, hours, days, months and years of rehearsal and refinement."
-from the Foreword by Marc Spelmann Pages
139 - SoftBound
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