Sub Rosa

34.95 usd

Trick by Jason England ($34.95)

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One of the last true remaining secrets in magic.

A move, a technique, a tool that has been closely guarded for over a century. Mentioned in print only a handful of times throughout history. This is the first time that the complete workings have been made available to the magic community.

The basic concept behind Sub Rosa can be learned in a matter of minutes and can be put into use in a matter of hours — even by a total beginner. Complete mastery of the techniques and concepts will take longer of course, but you’re in control of the difficulty at all times. Once you’re familiar with the concept, you’ll be armed with the tools necessary to perform this with ease.

Sub Rosa requires a special deck, and we include TWO - a beginner's version that is easy to work with and an advanced version that is nearly undetectable. Each deck is handcrafted by Jeremy Hanrahan. Learn tips, bonus ideas, and applications in 40 minutes of step-by-step instruction. There’s a reason this concept has been kept secret for over a century - it’s THAT good. Welcome to SUB ROSA.

 

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    Steven asks: Is this the same principle(s) as in the book, of the same name, by Ariel Frailich? https://www.vanishingincmagic.com/magic/magic-books/sub-rosa/

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: From my understanding, they are not. They just happen to have the same title.
    • 2. Ariel answers: They're completely unrelated. This seems to be a card trick, technique or principle; the Sub Rosa in my book is a technique meant for small objects of all kinds.
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    Sydney asks: Wasn't this released on Theory 11 a while ago?

    • 1. Tony answers: That's correct, it's Sub Rosa from Theory11
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Customer reviews for Sub Rosa

Grant

This is textbook Jason England and well worth the cost of admission. He does a great job of explaining everything in depth and not only teaches you how to use the decks but also how to make your own. If you rely on mechanics, this is so great to have in your arsenal.