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Review: ParaLabs - Secret Impressions.12
If you are interested in impression devices and their applications in mentalism, you will find a treasure trove of ideas and routines in ParaLabs - Secret Impressions.12. This book is a revised and expanded edition of the original Secret Impressions, which was published in 2010 as a charity project to support mental health research. The new edition contains 214 pages of contributions from some of the most creative minds in the field, such as Pablo AmirÃ, Dr. Bill, Thom Bleasdale, Elliott Bresler, Paul Brook, Scott Creasey, Iain Dunford, Simon Edwards, Jerome Finley, Jan Forster, Group of European Mentalists (GEM), Thomas Heine (ParaLabs), Nico Heinrich, Dr. Todd Landman, Looch, Rainer Mees (ParaLabs), Bill Montana, Joshua Quinn, John Riggs, Marc Salem, Marc Spelmann, Paul Stockman and Sean Waters.
The book covers a wide range of topics and techniques related to impression devices, such as design duplications, word revelations, influence and suggestion effects, graphology, psychology of the peek, and much more. The routines are not tied to any specific device or pad, but rather offer general principles and methods that can be adapted to your own preferences and tools. You will find ideas for using the Beautiful Butterfly, the Tommy Pad, the First Impression Pad, the ParaPad, or even your own homemade gimmicks. The book also includes illustrations and photos to help you understand the workings of some of the devices and effects.
Some of the highlights of the book are:
Morph by Looch: A stunning design duplication effect that uses a clever combination of impression device and psychological force.
Nomen Quod Locus by Scott Creasey: A powerful routine that allows you to reveal a spectator's name and location without any pre-show or fishing.
The Imaginary Gallery by Thom Bleasdale: A beautiful effect that involves creating an imaginary painting with a spectator and then revealing its details.
Alleviation by Rainer Mees and Thomas Heine: A subtle and elegant way to justify your gaze when peeking at an impression device.
The Spirit Moved Me by Dr. Todd Landman: A spooky routine that uses an impression device as a spirit writing tool.
7 Deadly Sins by Dr. Bill: A clever twist on the classic seven keys to baldpate routine that uses an impression device and a lock.
You Will Believe by Jan Forster: A stunning demonstration of influence and suggestion that involves an impression device and a deck of cards.
The Whispered Word by Bill Montana: A simple but effective way to reveal a word that a spectator whispers into your ear.
Dual Miracle by Marc Salem: A two-phase routine that combines a design duplication and a word revelation using an impression device.
Destroy This Message by Marc Spelmann: A clever way to use an impression device as a secret message pad that self-destructs after use.
The DOP Twist by Simon Edwards: A brilliant variation on the DOP test that uses an impression device and a twist ending.
Imp-Ossible by Paul Brook: A mind-blowing routine that involves an impression device and a Rubik's cube.
Let It Ring by Paul Stockman: A hilarious routine that uses an impression device and a phone call.
The Art of Not (e) Writing by Group of European Mentalists (GEM): A collection of tips and tricks on how to use an impression device without writing anything.
Freudian Slip by Sean Waters: A clever way to use an impression device as a psychological test.
Manchurian Candidate by Sean Waters: A devious routine that uses an impression device and a covert suggestion.
Dparry by Rainer Mees and Thomas Heine: A stunning effect that involves an impression device and a parrot.
Epically Impressive by Joshua Quinn: A comprehensive guide on how to create your own epic impression pad.
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