Mental Epic

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[[Mental Epic]] is a mentalism effect where three covered predictions written on the top row of a slate or whiteboard are found to match those later written in a row below it.
 
[[Mental Epic]] is a mentalism effect where three covered predictions written on the top row of a slate or whiteboard are found to match those later written in a row below it.
 
   
 
   
It was created by [[Hen Fetsch]], based on [[Peter Warlock]]'s "The Taped Slate" (1944) <ref>[[Patterns for Psychics]], page 17, 1947</ref>
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It was created by [[Hen Fetsch]], based on [[Peter Warlock]]'s "The Taped Slate" (1944) <ref>[[Patterns for Psychics]], page 17, 1947. Reprint in [[Pentagram]], Vol. 11, no. 10, July 1957, page 75.</ref>
and first PRESENTED (but not explained) in [[Pentagram]], Vol. 6, No.7 (April 1952). It was later marketed in 1955 by his good friend [[Gene Gordon]]'s magic shop.
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and first PRESENTED (but not explained) in [[Pentagram]], Vol. 6, No.7 (April 1952). It was later marketed in [[1955]] by his good friend [[Gene Gordon]]'s magic shop.
  
 
== Variations ==
 
== Variations ==
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* Improved TRI-Epic By [[Devin Knight]] (2007)
 
* Improved TRI-Epic By [[Devin Knight]] (2007)
 
* Astor Epic By [[Astor]] (2008)
 
* Astor Epic By [[Astor]] (2008)
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==Books==
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*[[Mental Epic Compendium]] By [[Paul Romhany]] (2010)
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
 
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[[Category:Illusions]]
 
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[[Category:Mentalism]]
 
[[Category:Mentalism]]

Latest revision as of 01:56, 6 April 2012

Mental Epic is a mentalism effect where three covered predictions written on the top row of a slate or whiteboard are found to match those later written in a row below it.

It was created by Hen Fetsch, based on Peter Warlock's "The Taped Slate" (1944) [1] and first PRESENTED (but not explained) in Pentagram, Vol. 6, No.7 (April 1952). It was later marketed in 1955 by his good friend Gene Gordon's magic shop.

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  1. Patterns for Psychics, page 17, 1947. Reprint in Pentagram, Vol. 11, no. 10, July 1957, page 75.
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