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Does the name Hanussen ring a bell? If you are a mentalist or an historian, it should. Erik Jan Hanussen was recently called "Hitler's Jewish Clairvoyant."
Hanussen was one of the foremost mentalists of his day. One of his specialties was muscle reading.
In 1920, he wrote this book, which details how he actually performed many of his best known feats. However, when he became famous, he recalled as many of the copies as possible, because he didn't want anyone to know that he wasn't really a clairvoyant. This book was all but lost to modern magicians.
Very few copies are known to exist. Jimmy Bix, the Viennese illusionist, magic dealer and publisher unearthed a copy of this rare book, and decided to reissue it.
The German version has been very popular; however, there has been no practical way for the English-speaking mentalist to access this material, that is, until now.
Bill Palmer, the translator of the Punx books, the Borodin books and co-translator of Ted Lesley's Paramiracles, stepped in and unraveled the mysteries of Hanussen's muscle reading methods. According to some of the best minds in the field, this book has the most detailed, meticulous and practical step by step instructions for you to learn how to become an expert muscle reader.
It also contains the most effective ways to train your "medium" on the spot, so that with a bit of practice and training, you will be able to perform some of the classics of muscle reading.
Learn to perform "The Telepathic Mail" from the man who invented the routine. Learn how to break complex tasks into simple ones. Learn how to avoid the kinds of mistakes that mentalists who jump to false conclusions will make. And learn the history of muscle reading in what is arguably one of the most accurate outlines of the history of the art from its earliest stages until 1920 when the book was written.
Most books about the subject are written by people who have performed muscle reading only on a sporadic basis. This one was written by the man who staked his freedom on his ability to produce results.
This book that should be in every mentalist's library. It's a softback book, A4 format, with 154 pages of muscle reading, introductory material, preparatory exercises, and historical commentary. There are introductions by Banachek, Bill Palmer, Borodin and Prof. Dr. Toni Forster, each of which contributes something special to the book, itself.