But now we are psyched in the most psychic manner a young psychic can be psyched.
Mr. Lewin performs in a carefree and entertaining way with great humor and a relaxed manner that puts his audience at ease. There are no bullet catches that we know of, not a single slamming your hand onto a cup that may or may not have a sharp (and likely tetanus teaming nail) through your magic hand or even crude asides at those who have gathered in the ship’s theater or on a Las Vegas stage. To say that we are a fan-boy is accurate except we are no longer a boy — except at heart. By the way, his Gypsy Yarn is the best ever. It is not the Gypsy Thread of your grandparents or even the dental floss version we used to do. No, it takes the game up to new heights. Dizzying heights. It is expensive but worth every farthing.
We have never been disappointed by Mr. Lewin‘s offerings — not once. You know the feeling of disappointment and no doubt have a drawer full of tricks that looked great but once you tried them or even just read the instructions, you were disenchanted or even felt your good money hath gone to the darkside. Not so with Mr. Lewin’s effects.
He has tried the pieces before real audiences for years. They work. And they are not difficult to learn — especially with his wonderful instruction. Just check out this beauty.
By the way, we are receiving zip, nada, zilch for this endorsement. It is written only out of appreciation.
Now he has agreed to release one of this best, time-tested psychic effects ever presented and we are honored that we were among his followers (in the cult sense) to receive the early notice of this offering.
Please click this link to see the offering. The price is clearly too low. At $25.00 you receive an act, not just a trick. And it is a funny, wonderful act that packs very small and plays huge. This is a steal but will not be available forever. Click the link and have something that will never be in your magic drawer but in your magic case — ready to wow people who have never seen anything like it.
We have to go light candles at our altar for Mr. Lewin and his contribution to our great art.