has 14 ratings and 5 reviews. Luke Jermay describes his latest thoughts about mentalism, mental magic, and bizarre magic. Jermay discusses things fr. Kim Acosta. Luke Jermay – Building Blocks. Uploaded by. robram kupdf. com_peter-turner-bigger-fishpdf. Uploaded by. Cricket Tube. Luke Jermay – Words. First let me say that I don’t own the book, so take everything I say with a grain of salt, however most of what I’ve heard is that it has very few.

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Do a search for some of his other products and the reviews of his service from customers and you’ll get a FREE bonus effect. If it doesn’t bother you, then you are set and will get some great ideas. The method is devious and Jermat love it.

Without having witnessed so much bad magic and mentalism I would never have been moved to examine my own performances at a deeper level.

A lot has contributed to the style in which this book has been written; among other things a recent transatlantic relocation from the UK to the USA to make a home in Las Vegas. While most other UK magic shops hide what happens behind the scenes, we want you to know exactly how things work. This way you avoid expensive international shipping fees and taxes.

It would seem no one proof read the book before it was published. Personally I think it’s Luke’s most mature work to date, plenty of information to digest over time and something you can dip in and out of which sets the mind racing.

The name ‘Rashomon’ doesn’t even derive from a person — but a Japanese gate which wasn’t capable of telling too many great stories, I believe.

Jermay doesn’t mention this but I thought it might make the collection of things the spectator thinks of more logical: In this chapter I take a closer look at the “Dunninger Ploy” and describe its use in relation to a card effect using a prop you almost certainly already own. My copy currently sits unread under the rest of my order and another book or two that came in. There really is a great advantage to having a mobile office. Cliff Bumgardner rated it really liked it Feb 18, Virungan Inner circle Here and There Posts.


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I will say, however, that this is not an introduction to Mentalism. A collection of presentational additions iermay can be added into many effects that you already perform as well as all the effects featured within this book.

Now, looking back over it, I find it a genuinely nosaltigic read. The book doesn’t only suffer formal injuries but also factual misconceptions: Davit Sicseek Inner circle Posts. Although Jermay claims T.

You will never be caught, you don’t need ANY props, stooges, preparation or anything. Vegas is a town that has in the short while I have lived here already deeply affected my approach to magic and mentalism.

I wouldn’t be surprised if Jermay wrote the essays and chapters then proof-read them once and handed them in to be published, expecting there to be some sort of editing process and then there wasn’t. From the best of the best to the worst of the worst, Vegas is your place.

This chapter features mentalism with playing cards. I have read it fast, and it has one of the best non prop impromptu mentalism effects. So in a way I have all the shows that have made me feel sick watching to thank for their inspiration in questioning my own performances at a deeper level.

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This chapter also includes new work on the effect eliminating the need for a psychological force, a new and bold out for the brave performer, a new idea from which a miracle could spring “the Stranger’s Name Concept” and also features a guest contribution from Chicago’s Chris Carter. The task of elaborating on my traveling essays to make them more complete and lucid was much like reading luoe old travel journal or diary from years past.


This features a cold approach to working with suggestive methods as well as a honing method design for the stage performer and a method designed for the close up worker. There appeared to be an entire section missing, in fact. This is found in Coral Fang.

The additional scripting he includes is meant to further clarify the deception, but arguably it muddies it. There is something that put me down a little bit about the book, it’s the missing pages that Penguin ommited to add, I was reading, in around page ish, and then the subject completly changed and I wondered if I was lunatic or somewhere else The task of elaborating on my traveling essays to make them more complete and lucid was much like reading an old travel journal or diary from years past.

Open Preview See a Lukee Would also like a more detailed review – particularly in relation to the touching on hoy bit. The book was written in this fashion with my thoughts being collected in essay form while on the road.

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I am presented with exactly forty-five minutes to sum up my feelings about the book. Nov 28, Damian rated it really liked it. Also, this bugs me the most: Building Blocks Extended Lukee this important volume, Luke has tipped the real work on using Chaoticreader marked it as to-read Jun 15, This book is amazing.

In fact, it was named after the narrating principle of a film by Akira Kurosawa, featuring four distinct testimonies on the same incident. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Bob added it Sep 04,