Telepathically Linked Couple Magic Trick
Magic Tricks Revealed: The Telepathically Linked Couple
by George Hutton
Here is a fantastic psychic transmission trick that you do with a partner. It's so simple that you can easily do it by the time you finish reading this. But nobody will ever discover this trick simply by watching, as it's almost impossible to see what you are doing. This can be done by itself, or as part of a routine, and is perfect to do with a friend or partner at bars or parties.
This the way the trick will look to your flabbergasted audience. You explain that your friend has a gift of reading your mind, but he or she can only read your mind. They will naturally ask for a demonstration, and you produce a normal pack of cards. You let anybody look through the cards to ensure it's not a trick deck, then you ask your partner to leave the room, or the area for a couple of minutes.
The crowd, or person you are doing this trick with chooses, any card. You don't even touch the deck. They hold the deck, choose the card, show it to you, and put it in their pocket. Your assistant, or friend, comes back in the room, and sits or stands behind you, and place their fingers on your temple, just like Spock would do in a Vulcan mind meld. After a few moments, your friend or partner guesses the card.
Here's the trick. When they place their hands, or fingers, on your temple, you gently clench your jaw together a number of times according to a pre set code between you and your partner. Try it now if you like, touch your temple while you clench your jaw muscle, and you will feel it. One way to do this is to clench a certain number of times to signify the suit, pause, and then clench a number of times to signify the card itself.
It can also help if you can put your head down slightly, and they can hold their whole palms flat against the side of your face. This will have a bigger impact, and will cover up your jaw muscles should you clench too hard. Also, you'll need to explain why your partner needs to touch you only on that spot for it to work, so you'll need to come up with a good story. You can explain that your partner is part Vulcan or something.
Of course, this isn't limited to card tricks. If you and your partner learn Morse code, you can transmit all kinds of information between each other and entertain your friends for hours. One great example is to blindfold your partner, and then have people in the audience hold up simple things, and then you transmit them using Morse code. If he or she is blindfolded, they will be more focused on the integrity of the blind fold than any method of transmission. I'm sure you can think of a lot of other great ways to use this cool trick. Have fun.
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