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Desire Test (Astor)
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Desire Test (Astor)
Desire Test (Astor)
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The Mentalist predicts the dominant desire of the spectator. The Mentalist shows some large cards which have pictures of the spectator's possible desires, a transparent envelope to hold these cards and a whiteboard marker. The Mentalist draws a prediction on the back of the envelope, which matches the picture on the card previously chosen by the spectator. This trick can be learned extremely quickly and easily.  See Astor the Magician demonstrate this effect here.




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The Mentalist predicts the dominant desire of the spectator from 
large picture cards previously shown to the spectator, using 
a transparent envelope and a whiteboard marker. Easy to learn.