not let anyone else see it. Returning to the onstage spectator the performer continues:
"People who think of even cards pride themselves on being an independent thinker and do not accept others' opinions without satisfactory proof. They prefer a certain amount of change and variety, and become dissatisfied when hemmed in by restrictions and limitations. But at times you have serious doubts as to whether you have made the right decision or done the right thing.
Disciplined and controlled on the outside, you tend to be worrisome and insecure on the inside. That's what I would think of someone that would think of an even card.
You thought of an even red card, correct? Would you say that was correct?
You have a great deal of unused capacity that you have not yet turned to your advantage. You have a tendency to be critical of yourself.
You have a strong need for other people to like you and for them to admire you, you like balance in your life and that would be expressed by the even playing card however you are someone that can think outside of the box ant I I think you would go for a card that would not be too predictable."
You will now invite the onstage spectator to stand. You will also invite the spectator safeguarding the premonition card to join you onstage and stand side by side. Instruct them that on the count of three they are to respectively, name their thought of card and turn the card to face everyone.
It is important to remember that this is an effect that the spectator onstage will be astounded by as well as everyone else. To the room at large they have seen a miracle. To the onstage spectator they too have. Place yourself in theii position. You have thought of a playing card.
The performer has been accurate in explaining personality traits all I mm just the name of a playing card. It then becomes apparent that not only has In revealed these personality traits and he ever predicted what card you would
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