You and Me and the Devil Makes Three (Volumes 1 and 2)

By John Wilson

Both books: $80.00 | Downloads: $80.00 | Also available individually

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You, Me and the Devil Makes Three is a two volume collection of John Wilson’s finest material. All of the effects are designed to be memorable, utterly amazing and completely engaging. John’s mantra when it comes to magic is clear. He aims to enlighten and liberate his audience as much as he fools and entertains them. Scroll down to find out more about the individual volumes.

 

Also available individually as DVDs or downloads:


You and Me and the Devil Makes Three - Volume 1

You and Me and the Devil Makes Three - Volume 1 : $40.00

In Volume 1 of You and Me and the Devil Makes Three, you will learn three routines and be treated to there essays by one of Texas’ finest magicians, John Wilson.

Cause a coin to capture a participant’s hatred, demonstrate skills of rapid calculation and allow your spectator to unlock their own cognitive potential. All of this and more is covered in Volume 1.

Contents:

  • The Path of Broken Hearts
  • The Parabola
  • On Confrontation
  • Euler and Water
  • The Superman Problem
  • The Hypnotic Coin Bend


Softback. Hand stitched. 28 pages.

 
You and Me and the Devil Makes Three - Volume 2

You and Me and the Devil Makes Three - Volume 2 : $40.00

In Volume 2, John Wilson presents three more routines and essays. The purpose of everything John teaches is to extract the most impact out of effects so that they are forever remembered by your audiences.

Separate the red and black cards in a shuffled, borrowed deck, deliver cradle-to-grave readings and more!

Contents:

  • The Real Secret
  • Dream Catcher
  • Emotional Content
  • Outer This World
  • The Method of Faith
  • 1.5 Card Q&A



Softback. Hand stitched. 32 pages

 

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Customer reviews for You and Me and the Devil Makes Three (Volumes 1 and 2)

Sicheng Li

While I have never met Wilson or seen any of his material, this small collection sheds light on some great thinking. I am happy to see someone in magic who is dedicated yet not pretentious, serious yet not solemn, thus hopefully theatrically sound, profound, and affecting.

The material, presentation, and theory within the notes are deeply personal. Some may find it pricey, unnecessary, or elementary. I think it shows how one makes every conscious decision about everything in his magic. I like the notes overall. It makes me think.