One trick used by magicians to predict answers ahead of time is to use a Swami pencil. Where a Swami pencil is a small pencil lead hidden underneath your thumb or fingernail. The trick is done by pretending to write down someones number using a normal pencil, whilst giving this person the impression you can read body language or their mind. But then you use the Swami pencil to write the number down when they reveal it to you at the point when they think you’ve already written it down beforehand.
The seal envelope trick is in a class of tricks know as billet reading. Where billet reading is also referred to as “One Ahead” reading. With the sealed envelope trick, the mentalist appears to know what’s inside an envelope. To demonstrate their clairvoyant powers, the mentalist selects the uppermost envelope from the stack or envelopes. The mentalist pretends to mind-read the contents of this first envelope. This is typically done by holding the envelope to their head which creates the clairvoyant effect. Of course they don’t know what’s in the first envelope. So they instead announce aloud a memorised statement. To fully understand how this trick is done, please continue to read.
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The ‘Which hand is the coin in trick‘ can be done in two ways. Option one is reading body language, as explained by Chris Ramsay in video one. Option two is using mind control or hypnotic suggestion through conversational hypnosis, also called embedded commands. This is how I think Timon Krause fools Penn and Teller on Fool Us. I also provide links to courses which will teach you the power of mind control and conversational hypnosis below.
How does the grey elephant from Denmark trick work? It works using simple maths and the law of probability. The maths part begins by asking your volunteer to choose a number between 1 and 10. The maths part of this mind trick is simple and works every time. The rest of the trick relies on probability. This simple mind trick is about building confidence in your journey to become a mind reader and a mentalist.