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Youmight find this interesting --- watch a 7-year old vietnamese girl:

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Harry Lorayne
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Try this link:


Memory books of Mr. Harry Lorayne Piyo has finishgirl
[email]harrylorayne@earthlink.net[/email]

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Sorry; can't seem to make it work. I'm a terrible computer person.
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Https://youtu.be/oqzPw_0Zyhs

Awesome and adorable!
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She has a bright future ahead of her.

I first got turned on to Harry’s stuff with his wonderful card tricks, like Impromptu OOTW and Numero Uno, two of my favorite card classics.

But over the years I have become more fascinated with his memory work, and then later his miracle math also. I remember when I was younger and thought, “who want want to read a book about math!?” But now I have finally wisened up. With what our minds can do, and how Harry teaches ways to utilize our memory, it makes you feel like you can achieve anything.

Thanks, Harry!
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On Jun 6, 2021, Robert P. wrote:
She has a bright future ahead of her.

I first got turned on to Harry’s stuff with his wonderful card tricks, like Impromptu OOTW and Numero Uno, two of my favorite card classics.

But over the years I have become more fascinated with his memory work, and then later his miracle math also. I remember when I was younger and thought, “who want want to read a book about math!?” But now I have finally wisened up. With what our minds can do, and how Harry teaches ways to utilize our memory, it makes you feel like you can achieve anything.

Thanks, Harry!


What a nice post! I'm sure Harry will appreciate reading it. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
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Thanks guys!
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I read Harry's memory book, long before I knew of his magic; and it certainly helped in (high school) studies, long before there were 'open-book' exams. Lynn
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