Rose 3 (E-Book)
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The following effect was previously published in THE BOOK OF THE FALLEN:
ROSE 3 is one of Fraser's signature performance pieces which details his modern approach to the prop-less name guess. It takes literally a few seconds to get all of the information you need to confidently guess a thought-of name, star sign, drawing or word from your spectator, entirely prop-less.
They think of a positive and negative characteristic or trait surrounding the life of the person they are thinking of. Then, after delivering a short reading, the performer is able to instantly nail the name of the person they are thinking of.
What is great about this new method is it allows you to get as many letters of the thought-of name or word as you need to be able to successfully guess it.
Fraser says this is something he feels needs to be shared with a much wider audience, and this is the reason he has allowed this item to appear outside of his otherwise exclusive release. He wishes to help push the art form forward with his thinking and therefore needs to every now and then put his ideas out to a larger audience. Of course, if you are new to Fraser's thinking, this will give you a small taste as to the other wonders that are locked away inside his more limited work.
See for yourself just how much Fraser's work has been refined and streamlined to the point where there is very little work needing to be done to create absolutely stunning demonstrations of mind reading that not only look but also feel REAL to your audience members.
THIS IS different from what you may expect, in terms of method. Fraser is on the cutting edge of the modern approach to prop-less mentalism.
He is constantly shocking his friends and other pro's with his ability to push the envelope further and further with each release, refining his ideas to the point where all that is left is effect and method seamlessly interwoven in such a simple and beautiful way, it looks real!