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David Blaine performed this incredible piece of magic on his second national TV special.   In effect, he borrowed a watch from a man sitting in his car and had the man the note the  time. He placed the watch back in the man’s hands and then asked him to close his hand upon it and only then think of a number to move the time. The man said "24" and after a few seconds of concentration, the man opened his hands and saw the watch indeed MOVE AHEAD 24 MINUTES! The reaction was incredible!

Now, you can learn the original method and forcing techniques used for this amazing effect in Banachek’s 26- page manuscript Psychokinetic Time. Psychokinetic Time comes complete with nine clear photos and descriptive text that details the ultimate impromptu method for altering the time on a spectator’s watch while held in their own hand! Other effects and concepts with watches are also discussed using the secret principles. No "gadgets" or difficult handling. This is for the serious magician, mentalist or conjuring enthusiast - but can be mastered by anyone!

Considered a classic among top professionals in the business and must have.

"WORTH TEN TIMES THE PRICE FOR THE WORKING PROFESSIONAL!"

The ultimate impromptu method for altering the time on a spectator's watch. 24 pages, paperback, 5 1/2 inch x 8 1/2 inch format

ALSO AVAILABLE IN SPANISH FOR $20.00!
David Blaine performs PK time
PK time performed in a Watch store in the Uk
Another Video on You Tube
You can see how impromptu this effect is and how powerful
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Stongest Effect I Do!! November 12, 2011
Reviewer: Paul Alberstat from Canada  
"Psychokinetic Time is the strongest piece of impromptu mentalism I do!"

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Shout Obscenities November 12, 2011
Reviewer: Aaron from San Franciscso  
After doing this effect, people just stare at their watches. Some remain silent, and others begin to shout obscenities. I like both reactions equally.

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