Introduction by Uri Geller

In a different siti ation, David Bkrglas might not have become mv i riknd. Early in my carcer. 1 was tjiiite sure that he was one of a number of magicians who saw me as the u "

enemy.

But, of course, David was always too innovative and enlightened to have an enemy. His own career points out that he values mystery and intrigue—that instead of performing the "tricks" of other magicians, he's chosen to inspire audiences by demonstrating what might be possible. It's that inspiration and the world of wonderful possibilities which I've admired and come to respect. David's warmth, experience and wide range of interests make him unique. His willingness to share his deceptions and creations with his fellow magicians in this book is typical of his helpfulness.

That is why, today, I 'm proud to know David Berglas. We may well disagree about the boundries drawn between the real world and the psychic world. We may have met amid controversev and conflict. But he's proven to be a magical personality—not only to his audiences, but off the stage, where he's also become a true friend.

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David Berglas and Paul Daniels.

The Art Of Cold Reading

The Art Of Cold Reading

Today I'm going to teach you a fundamental Mentalism technique known as 'cold reading'. Cold reading is a technique employed by mentalists and charlatans and by charlatan I refer to psychics, mediums, fortune tellers or anyone that claims false abilities that is used to give the illusion that the person has some form of super natural power.

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