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"COG is a comprehensive manual for those wishing to perform a piece of pure, uncluttered mind reading. It will not come easily, but with work and understanding, it will allow you to simply tell a spectator which card they are thinking of; all with nothing written down, no cards in play and no other compromise. Recommended." - Luke Jermay


Pure Mind reading to divine a thought-of card. You’ve seen David Blaine do it. You’ve seen Derren Brown do it. Now, Ben Seward brings his own methods to achieve this astonishing feat.

Cog outlines the methods by which you can actually walk up to someone and tell them the card they are simply thinking of. No forcing a card from a deck. Nothing written down. Just clean, pure, mind reading.

“I’ve never been able to read minds, but I told my spectators and family that I could. I used a peek or gimmick, I was a fraud. What Ben has put together in COG means that I can now do what I pretended to do before, without having to lie.” - Geraint Clark


"When the script alone becomes a disguised vessel for the method, you're able to produce truly profound & impenetrable effects. It's this concept which has captured Ben's creativity, resulting with a beautifully direct & personal routine." - Ollie Mealing


“I had a few doubts about this at first but having witnessed Ben execute this flawlessly, time after time. I am left amazed at the idea, but more so at Ben’s study on the subject.”
- Daniel Madison


Format: Printed Book
Difficulty: Intermediate
Duration: 57 Pages

Customer Reviews

  • by Ryan Ouradnik

    Mar 4, 2014

    A good, easy read. This does touch on some subjects I have already read about but a good book anyways. The typos get in the way at times however.

  • by Dom Daly

    Mar 4, 2014

    Well thought out project, their is a lot of this type of effect originating from england lately with Pete Turner and the thought of card plot from ben.
    This has always fascinated me, to be able to divine a thought of card with no panagrams or fishing.
    The technique is not new and is still used today to gain information secretly.
    The one and only issue i have is for divining the Value of the card. This is the weak point and can give the whole routine away if not executed skillfully. I actually dont use bens version to determine the value, i use a different scenario for this. Overall 9 out of 10. If anybody is interested in this plot it is definitely worth it.

  • by doug

    Mar 3, 2014

    Great effect, takes a lot of practice , not easy for beginers.. but yes it can be done...when u master it you will have a powerful tool nobody can take away...and you dont need any gimicks , or a deck to do it, its worth every penny....