“The Coral Fang,” is Luke Jermay’s third collection of material to be published. This manuscript does not concentrate as heavily on the use of suggestion in. The Coral Fang. Written by Luke Jermay. Work of Luke Jermay. 40 pages ( Stapled), published by unknown publisher. Language: English. (12 entries). magic tricks forum – The Effect Very long – please follow the link to read Alakazam’s product description. Cost £ from Difficulty (1=easy to.

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Have a question about this product? From Magicpedia, the free online encyclopedia for magicians by magicians. It’s a little risky, but pure “mind candy” if done right. The Other Brothers I love how this effect perfectly emulates what a real mind reader would do in corral same situation.

Like instant coffee is to a real coffee enthusiast and machine-rolled cigars are to a cigar enthusiast.

This is really something that you need to get if you do pretty much any mentalism. This book has some genius effects that are quite reliable to perform, much more than his suggestion work. Privacy Policy About Magicpedia Disclaimers.

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This manuscript does not concentrate as heavily on the use of suggestion in mentalism as his previous works and featured within these pages are several sure-fire effects as well as a few new twists using suggestion corao and genuine psychological methodology.

Whenever I do have the pleasure foral performing for people that have never met me before, I usually end up having at least one friend nearby, telling people about the other “Awesome Tricks” I do. Such material requires a high doral of sensitivity, and must adhere strictly to all applicable laws in the United States.


I think that The Dangerous Opener is probably the best as in the one I use most often effect in the book, if you wish to compare the effects.

Take a look at our Return Policy. This page was last modified on 12 Novemberat Suit Cut to Orde. You then reveal what each person is thinking of. Customer Reviews showing fangg – of 8. Best known for his use of suggestion and the use and apparent use of covert forms of psychological influence, his trademark routines are an apparently self-induced cessation of his pulse, followed by an apparent fag of a random audience member’s pulse, and The Jrrmay Prediction, a routine in which Jermay predicts which chair a spectator will choose to sit in.

Fortunately for us over here in the UK, a lot of people haven’t even heard of Criss Angel Anyway, I think that this is one of the strongest effects in the whole book. Do you want to respond to this review? Blowing Bubbles This isn’t necessarily a stand-alone effect, but more a very effective presentational device. A novel and entertaining prediction effect with a very different climax.

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The Coral Fang

FaustI can see where Luke got the inspiration for this effect, and it is wonderful. I believe that this was also featured in Building Blocks. An excellent book, very highly recommended. I also recommend 7 deceptions.

Questions about this product. This is a great coarl though.


The Coral Fang (Luke Jermay)

This is a personal favourite of mine. Jermay has written a total of 33 books and manuscripts on magic and magic theory, many of which are limited-release, but 4 of which cora, been published by magic companies and mass-circulated.

Much like the others, the method is very simple, but the effect is very strong. No pre show work, no props, no stooges, no kidding! What I find interesting about mixing the two is the change in audiences’ perception. Support our sponsor Genii Magazine.

This page incorporated content from Luke Jermaya page hosted on Wikipedia. I think for this book, I would actually like to go through each individual effect: The performer reads the mind of a spectator who fahg visibly seen to react the moment the thought leaves their mind.

When this particular effect is performed, the audience will see the participant react the coal the selected thought leaves their mind.

Blowing Bubbles is a nice little “move” as well. I haven’t actually used any of this material because of the set-up that goes in. Sorry to go off-topic, lyke it’s a little something I thought I’d share. See a ljke map.

Not really a trick, just some good ways to get more information from the spectator without them noticing. Board index All times are UTC. Maybe it’s that bias that makes me think everything he puts out is fantastic.

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