For over 30 years, Tony Binarelli has done more than just fool his audiences-he has affected them. Using notepads, airplane tickets, cards, newspapers, and other everyday items people wouldn't think twice about, he creates the impossible, peering into the minds and hearts of his spectators with unfailing accuracy. He makes people question their eyes, their ears, their doubts, and ultimately, their very perception of reality. Then he sends them home with a lasting sense of wonder. This is the magic of Tony Binarelli.
My Way To Mentalism is overflowing with wonderful effects and routines, but perhaps more importantly, every page is imbued with Tony's simple, elegant philosophy of magic, a philosophy that allows him to extract stellar amounts of mileage from the simplest of means. This book demonstrates how and why.
My Way To Mentalism is 118 Pages and Hardbound with Dust Jacket
- The Recollection Technique
This technique and the Eight Observations that led to its development will change your magic forever! It forms the foundation of all Tony's work, and can be used in the construction of everything from a single effect to an entire performance!
- Mental Epic 2001
Using a hand-held notepad in place of the classic blackboard, the magician accurately divines a selected ESP symbol, a date in history with some special meaning for a spectator, and a vacation destination long-desired by yet another member of the audience!
- Headline Prediction
One of the finest and most practical methods ever conceived for this effect! A prediction, mailed ahead of time to the client, foretells the contents of an article on the front page of a newspaper days (even weeks) before it is published!
- A Blow To The Heart
While blindfolded, the magician fires a dart at a spinning board, piercing one single playing card among an entire deck (the cards from which were all shown to be different). The pierced card is renowned and shown to match a spectator's selection!
- And much, much more!
This product was added to our catalog on Friday 01 October, 2004.