• Books for the professional mystery entertainer by Steve Drury


    The Mysteriosophy collection by Steve Drury contains advanced information intended for professional psychological performers, bizarre magi and psychic entertainers.

     

    Mysteriosophy Vol.1. Steve Drury

    Mysteriosophy Vol.1

    Mysteriosophy Vol.1 is an unique collection of routines, effects and essays by Steve Drury that delve into mentalism, psychology, bizarre magick,

    storytelling and readings.

     

    Individual guest contributions also feature by Ed Solomon, Banachek, Roni Shachnaey and Les Cross, plus an exclusively authorised essay on The

    Psycho-Geometrics® profiling system.

     

    Foreword by Ed Solomon.

    Author / Editor Steve Drury

     

    CONTENT PREVIEW

     

     

    "Presentations and prop secrets from workers like Ed Solomon, Banachek, Les Cross and Roni Schachnaey would make this a must have book for the storytelling magician…but what sets this apart is an exclusively authorized essay on The Psycho-Geometrics® profiling system (by the creator Dr Susan Dellinger, Ph.D.." Mysteriosophy: “The doctrine and knowledge pertaining to secrets and mystery”… in other words a modern day grimoire, that is as valuable anything from Dr. John Dee's Library, Not your beginner mystery entertainer book, but it will be the beginning of a new way of looking at your performances and a new way to make them more powerful."

    Rolando Santos - Past President IBM / Linking Ring Review

     

    Mysteriosophy Vol.II  Steve Drury

    Mysteriosophy Vol.II

    Mysteriosophy Volume 2 builds on the previous volume with a further collection of unique routines, effects and essays by Steve Drury that delve into performance mentalism, psychological magic and readings.

     

    It also features exclusive collaborations with Roni Shachnaey, Barrie Richardson and Kenton Knepper. Hardbound with over 170 pages

     

    Foreword by Roni Shachnaey

    Author / Editor Steve Drury

     

    CONTENT PREVIEW

     

    MYSTERIOSOPHY VOL II - IBM REVIEW