Frank Velasco and Devin Knight
This new utility gimmick will allow you to transmit your thoughts and make near impossible appearing predictions. You can do all of this without the aid of nail-writers or any other secret writing devices. Here are just a few of the effects possible with the Predictionary Gimmick.
Mentalist says he is thinking of a word and will send it to the spectator's mind. The spectator then calls out a word(no force of any kind). The mentalist hands the person a dictionary containing a bookmark. He says his prediction is on that page. When the person opens to the bookmarked page he finds the very word he just called out circled has been circled with a black marker!
The mentalist and a participant both secretly circle a word in a dictionary. When the dictionaries are compared both have circled the same word!
A spectator thinks of a word, he doesn’t write it down. He doesn’t call it out. He just thinks of it. The mentalist says he will circle the word the person is thinking of. He circles a word and bookmarks the page and hands the dictionary to any audience member to hold. He doesn’t touch it again. The person opens to the bookmark page and reads the word circled. The circled word is the same word the person on stage is thinking of! He only confirms the word is correct after the audience member says the word.
A person can think of word, not even tell you the word. You hand him the bookmarked dictionary and he opens to the bookmarked page and finds one word circled. A word that defines the very word he thought of! The person need never write down the word nor tell the mentalist what the word is. Yet your prediction will be 100% correct.
It comes with all the needed gimmicks, sharpies, bookmarks and several additional routines by Jeff Pierce, Bob Klase and Michael Sibbernsen. Use your dictionary.