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Review of Spectral Chill/Tarot Below Zero

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September 1st, 2018 8:33pm
Reviewed by Stuart Philip
Spectral Chill by Jeff Stone is an unbelievable mathematical trick that does not feel like one. I hate it when magician's say that you will fool yourself. I never believe it. This is the one instance in which it applies.

You are able to take a shuffled borrowed deck and have the spectator deal cards down to a prediction or have the cards "speak" to you to determine where a particular card is in the deck.

I really have a hard time understanding how this works and it always does. I have spent hours performing this trick to myself and literally being amazed every time it works.

Stone took this concept and published a well written 40 page e-book that clearly and succinctly teaches how to perform Spectral Chill. Stone consulted with his buddies Brad Gordon, Diamond Jim Davis and Jay Sankey in this project.

The process and method are simple and easy to learn, although it could be a bit confusing. Stone takes away all the confusion with clear pictures and graphics so you know exactly what to do at all times.

Stone not only teaches the basic method, but there are alternate methods and the Tarot below Zero which applies this concept to Tarot cards. Although I am not a tarot card guy, the application seems to make greater sense to the tarot cards and is very spooky.

A tremendous amount of thought and work went into this project and it is a great trick to have in your arsenal.

This e-book is primarily available at Stone Cold Magic and comes (at the time of this review) with Stone's Palming the Tarot e-book. Palming the Tarot is an introduction to palm reading and it is a quick reference for beginners or those that want enough material to quickly fool a layperson to make them think you are an expert.

This is a good deal with the 2 for 1 option!
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