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by Taylor, Cedric

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(Based on 1 reviews)
Categories: Bizarre, Mentalism
Media Type: eBook
Publisher: Urban Entity

Product Description

Gnostic is a system that allows any mentalists or mystery performer to be his/her own consultant. This is being dubbed as "arguably the most dangerous manuscript ever written". Gnostic is structured so well for the stage performer, if placed in the wrong hands, it could legitimately start a cult.

Gnostic is not just an effect, its a full stage show. It puts the power in the hand of the performer. Why spend tons of money on mentalism consultants, when you can be your own consultant?

It really doesn't matter what your stage persona is, Gnostic is a system that will allow you to perform mind reading and mentalism as clean as possible. People will think you are psychic! So use this manuscript with care.

You will be able to perform this for a packed stage audience, a small party, or close up.

What you will learn:

The original Omniscient Q&A system
The new Gnostic stage show structure. It teaches you to write your show and be your own consultant.
A copy of Cedric Taylor's "The Cedric Taylor Experience" stage show. Yes! He releases his own stage show for you to use as an example.
A close up handling for street mentalism
An exclusive access to the Urban Entity TV App

Pages: 28 - 8.5" x 11" - PDF FORMAT
Date Added: May 2nd, 2015
MLA SKU: 554475f96a839


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August 8th, 2015 12:05am
Reviewed by Doc Johnson

Perhaps some interesting ideas in this e-Book, but so poorly thought out and written, if there was something good, it got lost.


Unfortunately, the book was not thought out and not written well. It was like he had some random thoughts in his head, typed them up, and put it up for sale. It was not organized, and it read like a first draft of random ideas and didn’t appear to be edited.

Much of the material was not very original, like the explanation of how to make an impression pad. It was not a great method. Given you are going to have 42 people writing on the same pad, the possibility of one of them discovering the method was pretty high. I would not recommend using this method. This method was key to his presentation.


Not well thought out, and not well written.

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