“The Coral Fang,” is Luke Jermay’s third collection of material to be published. This manuscript does not concentrate as heavily on the use of suggestion in. The Coral Fang. Written by Luke Jermay. Work of Luke Jermay. 40 pages ( Stapled), published by unknown publisher. Language: English. (12 entries). magic tricks forum – The Effect Very long – please follow the link to read Alakazam’s product description. Cost £ from Difficulty (1=easy to.

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There is nothing more to say of Luke Jermay other than that he is a genius.

Luke Jermay – The Coral Fang : Reviews – Books and other printed formats

This starts in much the same way as many other phone prediction effects, but has a couple of twists in the end that really, in my opinion, add to the effect. Although, I don’t begrudge them a sale, I do groan inwardly that jegmay audience for their work exists. It jermag is the best thing in the entire book! Have a question about this product? Three people think of different things.

This could be used as much more than numbers.

Overall In case you hadn’t gathered this from the main body of the review, I love this book. I really like this one.

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And I find it hard to get away from that because I am not yet performing professionally. Simple, direct and strong. It could be described as a twist on Banachek’s PK Touches, but done in a way that leaves evidence behind of the psychic phenomenon. Luke’s thinking is very clever and I think that all of the effects in the book are brilliant. This page incorporated content from Luke Jermaya page hosted on Wikipedia. And I don’t really enjoy the “The Psychic vs.


Here’s my two cents on each trick: No pre show work, no props, no stooges, no kidding! I seldom get to work with a large enough group of laypeople to adequately stage and perform the effect without the risk of “discussion” after the fact.

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As with most of Luke’s effects, the methodology behind this is incredibly simple, but the effect looks wonderful. Take a look at our Return Policy. Nothing written down, no asking for the info before revealing the prediction.

Similarly, the rest of the material in this book is well worth a read if you wish to add to your psychic act. But for me, I honestly don’t think I found even one.

You are injuring yourself by not getting this. I have changed jermaj wording from, “I’d like the person who felt me touch them to think of I guess I just really need to find a better source of good audiences to jeramy with, because I am really looking forward to getting MUCH deeper into this.

A stunning twist on the modern day classic. Retrieved from ” https: He has also worked with many other magicians and mentalists as writer, designer of psychological illusions and program consultant.


Just complete your order as normal, and within seconds you’ll get an email with your gift certificate. Review This is a wonderful book – the first of Jermay’s that I have lule the pleasure to read. Sure fire way to make a spectator forget exactly what they were focusing on.

See a site map. Fortunately for us over here in the UK, a lot of people haven’t even heard of Criss Angel Anyway, I think that this is one of the strongest effects in the whole book.

They also confirm the fact that they felt you reach into their mind and remove that very thought. Views Read View source View history. corql

An excellent book, very highly recommended. FaustI can see where Luke got the inspiration for this effect, and it coarl wonderful. Jermay studied Magic and magic theory, has written many books on his art and has performed magic since the age of A novel and entertaining prediction effect with a very different climax.

We’re proud to let you read our mail. He slams his hand down on the selected bag revealing under the bag left, an upturned razor sharp knife. Not really a trick, just luuke good ways to get more information from the spectator without them noticing.