The Nevaeh Principle by Lance Bowen
*PLEASE NOTE KNOWLEDGE OF A MEMORISED STACK IS REQUIRED TO PERFORM THIS EFFECT
“Lance fooled me badly with this! It’s such a clever and deeply devious idea! The effect is so strong and direct, but make sure you pay attention to Lance’s presentations as he really knows how turn a great trick into a miracle!”
This principle is deadly! Fooled me very badly when Lance did it for me. Gold!
Imagine having the power to know the identity of 2 freely chosen cards at your fingertips.
The Nevaeh Principle allows you to do this under the following conditions;
* A regular deck is used
* There are no forces
* You never peek at their cards
* Your eyes are closed during the selection process
* They really do have a free choice!
* You can spread through, whilst your eyes are closed and the spectators can clearly see their cards in two different locations in the deck.
* The deck can be placed away once the cards have been selected
You know with 100% accuracy the identities of each cards that each person had in their mind!
Welcome to the power of The Nevaeh Principle.
“The Nevaeh Principle fooled me badly!”
“Lance did this for me during a video call and fooled the pants off me”.
When it comes to a peek method, I’m pretty much up to speed with everything out there, but when I see lance perform this I thought it was a bluff as it was to clean, I asked him to perform it over and over again but still couldn’t register how on earth he could peek a card that fast, I was thinking it was a clever force at first but the choice was so free, and then I remembered something, lance is an accurate exhibitionist of his art, perfecting perfection in every move he practice’s. It was only on slowing this thing down that I was able to comprehend what was happening. It was a thing of beauty, hence the name it was given after his granddaughter, Nevaeh.
Lance was kind enough to share with me a performance of his newest miracle, the Nevaeh Principal, and I have to say hand on heart, it completely blew my mind!!
I don’t think I have ever been taken in quite so badly, and with such charm too!!
This is a remarkable piece that is both a worker and a fooler.