Imagine that a spectator walks up to you and says this:
“If you can really read minds, then what am I thinking of, right now?”
You're prepared for this. You could jump off from their word to a new one, or maybe get them to write it on a billet and then perform a peek, but instead, you have them write their word in the air, letter by letter. You do not watch them write the word, you honestly don't peek. You don't have a stooge, and you're not using dual reality, you have no gimmicks. No props. Just yourself and your spectator. They write their word in the air. And then you name it. From Card to Hat to Robert to Book to TV to Radio to Remote to Pillow to Chain, you know what they are thinking of. Without forcing, without peeking, without electronics.
Imagine asking a spectator to make up a PIN number in their mind and then write it in the air, or have them use their actual PIN number. Imagine naming a spectator a time, card, zodiac sign, or phone number, without fishing, that they merely wrote in the air out loud, or using that information further in your routine. While the method is designed for English, it can work in any language.
Welcome to the Air Writer.
Book Tests: Any book, any page, any time. Your spectator writes a few letters in the air and you name their word.
Any Word: While you look away, a spectator writes a word in the air, and you instantly know what it is.
PIN Number: With the Air Writer you can reveal thought of numbers, and, you guess it, PIN numbers.
Names: Your spectator writes down some names, and then writes a letter in the air, and you know which one they are thinking of.
Zodiac Signs: Your spectator writes the first letter of their zodiac sign in the air. You can tell them what it is.
Playing Cards: Your spectator writes a number and one letter of any thought of card in the air and you reveal what it is.
States: You write a prediction, and place it on the table. Your spectator thinks of a state, and then you open the prediction to show the same state. No double writing, pocket writing, or boons.
Any List : Any list of items made by either yourself or a spectator can be used; they write just one or two letters in the air while your eyes are really closed and you tell them what they are thinking of.
This new principle uses none of the following:
No Stooges (Instant or otherwise)
No Actual Writing
No Thoughts Spoken Aloud
No Preshow (Although it can be used as preshow)
1st edition, 2011, 36 pages
“For those interested in furthering their skills and knowledge in mentalism Air Writer is a must read and I feel is destined to become a classic in this aspect of our art.”
- Neil Somerville
“It can be put to so many uses the mind boggles.”
- Stephen Young
“The beauty of the technique is that’s its impromptu and propless – these are very valuable attributes.”
- Dr. Steve Murray
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