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Marked Thought the Bob Mason effect is a good one too.. that also appears on ETMMM vol 1 ( I think)
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I really like the Anglo deck. Has a great look to it.
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On 2012-01-16 09:12, karlito wrote:
Marked Thought the Bob Mason effect is a good one too.. that also appears on ETMMM vol 1 ( I think)


I believe Bob originally sold this as MARKA-THOUGHT...

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On 2012-01-22 12:34, motown wrote:
I really like the Anglo deck. Has a great look to it.


I am supprised the ACLU hasn't sued to change the name of this deck.....

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On 2012-01-12 01:46, corsufle wrote:
If you have no special needs, you can get an authentic ESP deck with a great pedigree here:

http://www.rhine.org/zenercards.htm

Paralabs cards will be better for some things, though. And maybe better overall.


I've tried several times to contact rhine.org but get no reply. Does anyone know much about them?

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On 2012-01-27 02:52, keeblem wrote:
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On 2012-01-12 01:46, corsufle wrote:
If you have no special needs, you can get an authentic ESP deck with a great pedigree here:

http://www.rhine.org/zenercards.htm

Paralabs cards will be better for some things, though. And maybe better overall.


I've tried several times to contact rhine.org but get no reply. Does anyone know much about them?

Mark


Me neither. No reply.
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The good and the bad.
Good: orginal zener cards are available again.
The Bad: $25 for 1 deck??
I wonder if they would sell me a dozen empty boxes.
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I've tried on a number of occasions to contact them, with no success.
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Ask for Sally Rhine at Duke. Smile
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There's a thread about ESP cards currently running in Inner Thoughts and, as usual, the Rhine.org cards are receiving good feedback.

Has anyone *recently* managed to contact someone at that site and obtained at least one deck?

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I sent a message to Sally Rhine Feather at Rhine research. She is looking into a problem they are currently having that relates to the Rhine shop and their website. This ia affects the potential purchase of products inkling the Rhine ESP cards.
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I've contacted them a number of times over the years and never even received a response, so if you got a reply then you're doing well! Smile
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For whatever reason I have had trouble with Beyond ESP 3 that I do not trust myself enough to use them. I am sure it is different for others
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For whatever reason I have had trouble with Beyond ESP 3 that I do not trust myself enough to use them. I am sure it is different for others


Although I find the beyond deck to be very clever, I was never able to really get onto them like others were. This is why I only use paralabs and Paul's Zener cards for my performances.
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On Jan 26, 2012, mindhunter wrote:
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On 2012-01-22 12:34, motown wrote:
I really like the Anglo deck. Has a great look to it.


I am supprised the ACLU hasn't sued to change the name of this deck.....

Bryn



Give them time. There's plenty of other things they've got their mitts in.

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On Jan 12, 2012, Simon (Ted) Edwards wrote:
Actually, don't forget the Royal Magic ones, either. If Chris doesn't know the password to Paralabs, it seems that he is a beginner and might be better spending his money on the cheaper gear first, then upgrade to one of the premium* sets of ESP cards later.

* Beyond ESP; MK-MOD; Paralabs

I think your observation is brilliant! I am a beginner and I have the royal magic set and they are just as good. As recommended by annemann I keep them in a leather business card case. This keeps them preserved. They are perfect for what he is describing. They are mostly ungimmicked and they are cheap. In my opinion that is all you need for synchronicity type effects.
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The Vernet ESP cards are a step-up from the Royal Magic set as the Vernet is very easy to read and the backs look a bit more "professional" IMO. Not expensive either when compared to some of the others discussed.

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On Oct 12, 2016, Julie wrote:
The Vernet ESP cards are a step-up from the Royal Magic set as the Vernet is very easy to read and the backs look a bit more "professional" IMO. Not expensive either when compared to some of the others discussed.

Julie


Agreed Julie. I like them a lot.
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The Vernet cards are great.
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