Mentalists rejoice! Conscious Magic is back for a fourth episode of incredible mentalism to be used in real-world situations.
Ran Pink and Andrew Gerard bring you the real work on these methods, tipping not only their work, but also letting you in on the creative work and performance insights so you can elevate your understanding of magic and mentalism.
Included in this episode:
RIGHT - A single-phase "Which Hand" routine where the performer can also reveal that the spectator's decisions were influenced by a hidden prediction that was shown at the start.
RED HOT POCKET - A multi-phase, action packed, go-to routine with a deck of cards that features color changes, transpositions, and an impossible-looking Card to Pocket.
A TRIP - Four cards are shown blank on both sides and are held by the participant. Using the cards as a blank canvas, the participant imagines they can see details of their chosen card piece by piece. Finally, the spectator will "hallucinate" briefly and actually see their card for a split second, only to discover that all the cards are still just blanks.
This is the perfect anytime anywhere PK effect using just some ordinary wooden stir sticks you'd find at a coffee shop. Andrew has the spectator pick a spot on the stir stick, and he breaks it at this spot using only his shadow!
"Ran and Andrew share some serious secrets to performing real world material. This is my kind of magic!"Dynamo
"If I had a list of 10 mystery artists I'd like to be locked in a room with, Andrew Gerard and Ran Pink would be on that list. They constantly inspire me by stripping effects down to organic, seamless, simplistic moments of astonishment. To have these two modern-day masters brainstorming together is an opportunity I will not miss and neither should you."Marc Spelmann
"Possibly the VERY BEST project I've seen in the field of mentalism. No mumbo-jumbo B#@%T - this is the real stuff. Can't wait for the rest of the series - a game changer!"Paul Romhany - Editor VANISH MAGIC MAGAZINE
"Not only are the effects strong, but I especially love the dialogue between these two, and the insights and subtleties they give away are priceless."Haim Goldenberg