Secrets of Stage Mindreading

By: Ormond McGill


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Size: 234mm x 156mm

Pages: 208

ISBN: 9781904424017

Format: Paperback

Published: March 2003

‘The most beautiful and profound thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science.’ – Albert Einstein.

Mindreading is the popular showbiz term for telepathic demonstrations or extrasensory perception. Today it’s entertainment, but the future may find it a form of everyday communication. Including authentic background information on recorded telepathy demonstrations and objective evidence of mindreading as a psychological phenomenon, Ormond McGill offers his readers the opportunity to practice and hone their own natural telepathic abilities.

Chapters include:

  • Proof of telepathy
  • Telepathic control of movements
  • Oriental telepathy techniques
  • Silent psychic influence
  • Developing body awareness
  • Designing your mindreading show
  • Intimate mindreading experiments

The companion to this volume, The New Encyclopedia of Stage Hypnotism (click here to view this title) has already become known as ‘the bible’ for stage hypnotists.

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Ormond McGill

Ormond McGill was known as The Dean of American Hypnotists. He was a magician and hypnotist of international renown, and toured many parts of the world with his exciting stage shows: East Indian Miracles, The Seance of Wonders, Real Mental Magic, South Sea Island Magic and The Concert of Hypnotism, to name but a few. Ormond McGill was also a naturalist of prominence, his contributions to entomology and conchology being well known in those fields.


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