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The "Sawfan Papers" contains 56 pages of Bryn's latest mentalism routines and utilities. A Collection of SIX Mentalism Routines and ideas that you NEED in your repertoire.

 Perhaps you know Bryn Reynolds from his some of his other separately released effects such as The BusinessCOIN Prediction, $: THE Serial Number Divination, ESPnvelope, or his DOUBLE-DOWN casino cards effect, which was featured on Richard Osterlind's DVDs No Camera Tricks.   

Table of Content

Seven: A neo-classic in Mentalism. You are able to place down a prediction, and then through a series of verbal cues and subterfuges, guide the spectator to arrive at the predicted card under the guise that they are making free choices all along!

 Bottle Cap Koran: By using real psychometry (and a clever subtlety) you, and perhaps a participant, will be able to determine the outcome of an experiment of several runs of "object placed under one of several items." And if you want, you may show you predicted in writing the exact results. NO gimmicks at all, and everything is borrowed.   

 Your Lucky Nite : Hopefully, all are worth more than the price of admission, but this one seems to shine with a little more luster: an anytime-anyplace routine with a Bank Night flavor. 

BOHT: A MUST if you like the "Which Hand?" Effect 
My pet. Please read my story why in the book. A subtle cultural difference has been refined & exploited to make the "Which Hand" type of effect a perfect success...but only once per performance.....THE perfect out for when mechanical, physical, or psychological outs and tells may fail....and it stands as a methodology all on its own!   

HimberString: A participant is brought back in time to an ancient carnival scam in which an entertaining story is told. By eliminating 4 out of 5 colored strings, she wins a very nice prize for the performer through her own FREE choices. No Equivoque at all. NONE. In the interest of full-disclosure, SOME of you may have to buy a $20 prop, but most already have it. It is perfect.   

$4 Billet Index - It is what it is...The least you will ever spend on an invisible 8/16 billet index that renders all specialty Predator-type wallets unnecessary. Complete with photos on how to build one!

Bryn Reynolds is one of the most exciting creators I have come across in many years. Whenever he sends me something it is top notch and is usually an item I add to my repertoire. THE SAFWAN PAPERS is the latest batch of material to peak my interests. Developed in Iraq, for his fellow soldiers, the material is dynamite! (Or C-4 given the situation!) There are great routines, gadgets and gimmicks that will become standard items in your act and just plain, good ole straight-thinking behind powerful effects! One is already slated for my next set of DVD's. I highly - very highly - recommend this book!"  
Richard Osterlind

You know how to take an idea or effect, make it your own and add a wonderful twist to them. Wonderful thinking and inspirational. Keep up the great work; we need more original thinkers like you in our ranks. Well done.

 As in much of Bryn's work, these ideas, ploys, and psychological refinements should be kept a military secret. Reclassify these papers as Top Secret.
Marc Salem

 I have been traveling a lot for business lately and have taken "Safwan Papers" with me. With each reading and contemplation, I just have to smile all over again. These really are wonderfully creative, yet direct, routines and methods. Perfect!    
Sean Waters

  The Safwan Papers has several very clever ideas for the serious mentalist. The emphasis is on language ... not props. Your Lucky Nite could be sold as a separate routine." These effects primarily rely on psychological and verbal manipulation, as opposed to focusing on props or gimmicks. They are designed to be performed almost anywhere, at anytime, with either none, or very little, preparation. 
 Chuck Hickok

Some great real world ideas in this book, well done. 
Everyone should read this.
 Andrew Gerard

  Just wanted you to know how much I enjoyed SEVEN. As I've come to expect from you, it's brilliant.
I can't get over "YOUR LUCKY NITE." Best version of Bank Night since the trick was invented. Wow.
Gabe Ableson 
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