If you’re keen to learn mentalism and how to read minds? Are you keen to learn how to become a mentalist? But what’s stopping you is you don’t know where to begin? If you answered yes to these questions, this Mentalism and Mind Reading Course review will help you to decide whether or not this comprehensive training course is right for you.
Master Mentalism Course review: The training course is written by Ryan Clark (Who’s real name is actually Ryan Evans – don’t ask) alongside co-author Mr X. Mr X uses an alias as he wants to avoid being targeted by those who don’t want these mentalism secrets revealed! The training is for anyone who wants save a bunch of time learning this stuff and is for those who are keen to start doing mentalism and magic right away. They say it comes with an inside scoop on mentalism and magic so you get to see exactly how things are done. They also claim the course comes with a PDF eBook with over 200 pages, which focuses on only what you need to know. In this PDF eBook they claim that it covers mentalism, mind reading, levitation, hypnosis, spoon bending and remote viewing among others.
Gerry McCambridge the mentalist from Long Island New York. He has performed his one man, award winning show “The Mentalist” over 3,900 times in Las Vegas making him the longest running and most successful Mentalist show in Las Vegas history!
Derren Brown was once religious. It was when Derren Brown was younger and in his teenage years he turned to Christianity and became an Evangelical Christian. He later became an atheist in his twenties.
Derren Brown was born in Croydon and he studied law and German at Bristol University where he graduated. But whilst at the University of Bristol he concentrated on developing his skills at psychological magic. He used his skills in this to support himself through university by performing in cafes and bars. From his perfecting his mentalism skills, his first Channel 4 show Derren Brown: Mind Control was an instant hit in December 2000.
A mentalist is an individual who appears to have supernatural powers, or someone who appears to be able to read your mind, or seem to know facts about your personal life they shouldn’t know. Famous mentalists are few and far between and to be good at what they do, they must be great at observational skills, reading body language and have the ability to observe minute detail about their subjects.