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Paralabs - Secret Impressions
As the title of this work suggests， the book itself is about routines and ideas concerning impression devices – to be more specific: mostly impression pads.
Since we announced this project to a few friends of our， several authors and other creative thinkers have offered wonderful contributions to support this project. It is truly amazing how many great minds in the mentalism community have shared their time and ideas to create this special book.
Within these covers you will find contributions from Pablo Amirá， Dr. Bill， Thom Bleasdale， Elliott Bresler， Paul Brook， Scott Creasey， Iain Dunford， Simon Edwards， Jerome Finley， Jan Forster， Group of European Mentalists (GEM)， Thomas Heine (ParaLabs)， Nico Heinrich， Dr. Todd Landman， Looch， Rainer Mees (ParaLabs)， Bill Montana， Joshua Quinn， John Riggs， Marc Salem， Marc Spelmann， Paul Stockman and Sean Waters.
The more we thought about what kind of content we wanted for the book we thought that an ‘anthology’ of ideas on impression pads shouldn’t and couldn’t be related to a particular type of pad exclusively. The reason for this is that routines or ideas that would work with one particular pad can usually easily be adapted to a different type of device anyway. So we wanted to keep the publication open and independent of any one tool you feel comfortable using. So you will notice that some of the authors use the Beautiful Butterfly as the device of choice， others work with the Tommy Pad， the First Impression Pad， the ParaPad – and a few contributors prefer to build up personal gimmicks on their own.
The contributions in this book are a wonderful mixture of different ideas and approaches. There are routines that are pretty straightforward and others that use an impression pad as one subtle step with a combination of other principles and techniques. There are presentational ideas and twists that can be used as upgrades to other routines and there are theoretical deliberations， for example， concerning the psychology of a peek and even the philosophical aspects of using devices like these. There are design duplications and word revelations， plots based on ‘influence’ or ‘suggestion’， and much more. Some contributions have some similar basic or technical ideas – but it is absolutely astonishing to realize the different approaches utilizing similar ideas anyway.
Nomen Quod Locus - Scott Creasey
The Imaginary Gallery - Thom Bleasdale
Alleviation - Rainer Mees and Thomas Heine
Crossed-Thoughts - Iain Dunford
The Spirit Moved Me - John Riggs
Incidental Impressionism - Dr. Todd Landman
Justifying Your Gaze - Dr. Bill
7 Deadly Sins - Dr. Bill
Roy Johnson Revisited - Jan Forster
You WIll Believe - Derek & Andrew Renfro， Elliott Bresler
The Whispered Word - Bill Montana
Dual Miracle - Marc Salem
Graphologist vs. Mentalist - Pablo Amirá
Psychology of the Peek - Marc Spelmann
Destroy This Message - Simon Edwards
The DOP Twist - Nico Heinrich， Rainer Mees， Thomas Heine
Imp-Ossible - Paul Brook
Let It Ring - Paul Stockman
The Art of Not(e) Writing - Group of European Mentalists (GEM)
Freudian Slip - Sean Waters
Manchurian Candidate - Sean Waters
DDAITY - Rainer Mees and Thomas Heine
Epically Impressive - Joshua Quinn
Imp Pad Notes - Jerome Finley