ParapadHand the spectator a notepad and ask them to write down a name, number - anything. They tear the page out and keep it forever. You never go near it. No matter what - you're still able to instantly divine exactly what they're thinking of.
SIGNS (Gimmicks and Online Instructions) by VernetIMAGINE THIS: The magician shows three business cards with predictions written on them. These predictions are doodles, so he announces that he's going to teach three spectators how to read them. To do so, he whispers something to each of them. The spectators sign the predictions. One of the spectators names the predicted cards and they match cards that were chosen. Finally, the magician offers to explain how to read the signs. When he puts the signed business cards over a lighted candle, the doodles visually turn into the names of the three chosen cards. You can give the three business cards as a souvenir.
The Gift Red Limited Edition (Gimmick and Online Instructions) by Angelo CarboneThe Gift Red Limited Edition features a textured and richly vibrant red finish designed to draw in the eye of your audience. It's a self-contained, precision-crafted device that makes the effect easy to perform. It doesn't use any indexes or loads, and resets in seconds. Open the box, set up the device, and you'll be performing within minutes.
Aiden (DVD and Gimmicks) by Ryuhei NakamuraBeing able to read your spectator's thoughts by picking their chosen card is quite an amazing feat in itself. Imagine if you could take it a step further though, and incorporate a visually stunning presentation into your mind reading routine.
Inject 2 System (In App Instructions) by Greg RostamiInstantly know what your spectator is searching for on THEIR phone (no Bluetooth, no Wi-Fi).
HUMINT by Phill SmithHUMINT is a powerful prop, bundled in with an incredible method. The core prop is a 30mm brass finish coin, beautifully designed and manufactured - one side bears the legend Tell A LIE, the other side says Tell The TRUTH. The coin is intended to be integrated seamlessly with any Truth or Lie routine, providing a strong focus to the audience members and creating a logical context.
PaperCut by Beau CremerA card is selected, memorized, and lost in the pack. The magician reveals the wrong card, appearing to have failed miserably. The magician can then use a knife or the card to give himself a cut. When the blood is dripped onto the card, an eerie revelation forms in the liquid.