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How do you cope with someone who feels that your effects (being so strong), confirm a belief which you know to be erroneous.? Are you bothered.?
I performed a trick one someone who went absoloutley nuts when she saw it ,which I loved. She then went on about various new age beliefs and suddenly I wasn't so happy with her reaction. Without revealing any methods I told her I was pracitcing deception and had to tare my act down as Andy Nyman describes in his DVD. I get the feeling that your more reluctant to do this, is that correct? Do you get many new agers claiming you as their champion?
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Hmm - I've given an answer to this elsewhere. But I think it's relatively easy to control that sort of thing by the scripting of the effect.
Equally you can only be responsible for the central swerve of the bell-curve, in terms of audience response. There will always be people at either extremes who dismiss it entirely or fanatically over-respond. As long as most people get it in a way you're happy with, I think that's all you can aim for.

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