Three brand new effects using the 100th Monkey principle!
you give a spectator the ability to read a foreign language!
One Monkey Ahead: a diabolical twist on a classic method!
Person, Place and Thing. And Monkey: Astral projection
and incredibly clean mind-reading!
"I love this! I've used the 100th
Monkey on TV to great success. There's so much that can be
done with it! I look forward to using these effects in my repertoire in
the future." - Cyril
The one ahead envelope ploy is very, very, very, very (did I say very?)
ingenious. Lovely. Your work stands on itself and when that happens, rare..."
2-DVD set contains instructional video, gimmicked post cards, gimmicked
envelopes, a pdf of written instructions and over 400 jpegs of gimmicked
artworks that you can print at home in a variety of sizes.
DON'T need the original 100th Monkey to perform these effects.
Your spectators can read words in one or several of these languages: Spanish,
French, Greek, German, Italian, Russian, Danish, Filipino, Finnish and
Swahili! The performer can ask someone to pull up Google translate on
their phone to verify the results, use a translation dictionary, or ask
people in the audience who speak that language. Xenoglossia (the ability
to suddenly speak or read foreign languages) is an ancient miracle that
even today is considered by the Catholic Church a proof of sainthood or
A potentially game-changing take on the one-ahead principle that allows
the performer to put their impressions in a clearly-labeled envelope,
put it aside and never touch it again! There is a wide-array of variations
including Mental Epic and 4th Dimensional Telepathy-style routines, two
and three-word variations and envelope-less versions where the words are
written on the back of labeled cards. Super clean and powerful mentalism!
Place and Thing. And Monkey.
The performer shows a set of labeled pictures, each with different place
on them (Germany, Suburbs, Forest, College...). The spectator secretly
chooses one and is asked to imagine that they are in that location and
some object is in front of them. The performer not only describes the
place but actually names the object the spectator is merely thinking of!
(No fishing, nothing written down and no pre-show).
there's a bonus effect for people who register for updates: The Murderous
Monkey! The performer lays out ten cards with the words "Pick your
poison" on the back. A spectator chooses one of the cards. The others
are turned over to reveal each has the name of a different lethal poison.
The spectator's card is turned over to reveal it has the word "Cupcake"
printed on it!