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Sudo Nimh
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Life is for the living
Death is for the Dead
So let life be like music..
And Death, a note unsaid.


I posted this in "Penny" - where I'm usually found. It's been a while since I made a new offering to the bizarre community...so here it is.

This is a deadly strong effect using Tarot cards that comes with two versions. However, for those of you who are familiar with David Parr's "A Game of Life and Death", this will also allow you to do a much stronger version of that effect with more theater, more interaction, and most importantly - with zero set-ups or gaffs and the climax ends in the participants hands - not on the table.

If you'd like a copy, shoot me a PM with your email addy.

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Magic which awakens and nourishes the divine spirit in man encourages the growth of true humanity, in contrast to the materialistic outlook which binds man to the earth.

Contact: talkwithsudo@gmail.com
Seance
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I tried to PM you, but you've hit the 60 topics limit. Just an FYI...
"Even the dead tell stories."
Sudo Nimh
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Yep - that's going to be an ongoing problem considering I'm sharing 3 different effects here on the Café simultaneously. Patience. I will try to get room freed up as soon as I can - it takes a long time to reply to everyone's pm's.
Magic which awakens and nourishes the divine spirit in man encourages the growth of true humanity, in contrast to the materialistic outlook which binds man to the earth.

Contact: talkwithsudo@gmail.com
Seance
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A testament to a popular and very giving person. Thanks for the offering!
"Even the dead tell stories."
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I have also tried to PM you with similar result - but prepared to wait. Thanks for your generous offer!
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Love your work, sir. I'll get in line as well.

Best,
Perkins
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OH! Sudo, I'm a huge fan. I'll get in line too. Thank you.
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Sounds interesting! I'll queue up. :
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Everything I've seen from Sudo has been top notch and ingenious. Like others I'm a huge fan of him and his work, not to mention his generosity to the community here.

John
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Sudo... thank you for the generous offer. I'm intrigued, and looking forward to your reply.
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Hi Sudo,
May I please be added to the list.

Paul
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I plan to be in the Que as well..... I disagree that death belongs to the dead; the Dead interrupt the life of the living so much. Just when you had saved up those days off for a fun vacation, someone up and dies and you have to take those days to go to the funeral. Not only that, but you have to get the suit cleaned, wash the car for the parade, and say things like, "Don't he look good!" Just when the holiday gets here they up and die and leave you stuck with a gift you can't return because you bought it on sale. Dead people impose a lot on the living even though they are no longer one of us. But this does look like a great offering, so thanks so much for your generosity.
"Til Death us do part!" - Weepin Willie
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Please add me to the list.
Sean Xem
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Sudo, thank you for the contribution, and I’d like to be added to the list.
weepinwil
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Still full box so perhaps you could add me to the list this way. Or offer it as a download from another site and give the link here.
"Til Death us do part!" - Weepin Willie
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On Feb 25, 2019, Sudo Nimh wrote:
Life is for the living
Death is for the Dead
So let life be like music..
And Death, a note unsaid.


I posted this in "Penny" - where I'm usually found. It's been a while since I made a new offering to the bizarre community...so here it is.

This is a deadly strong effect using Tarot cards that comes with two versions. However, for those of you who are familiar with David Parr's "A Game of Life and Death", this will also allow you to do a much stronger version of that effect with more theater, more interaction, and most importantly - with zero set-ups or gaffs and the climax ends in the participants hands - not on the table.

If you'd like a copy, shoot me a PM with your email addy.

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Hi Sudo, it looks great! Do you make the pics yourself? Regards, Luc
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Salutations Sir! I am interested as well. Any other way we could contact you in the meantime? Like a website or whatnot? This routine seems fascinating.
Sudo Nimh
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Sorry for the wait...I'm getting things out the door as swiftly as I can, but I don't have much "wriggle" room in my PM box. Every time I get some room squared away it fills up within minutes. Bear with me - it will be in your hands shortly.

@ Luc: Regarding the art, "yes/no". It depends on the project - each is different. I use a combination of stock photos from a subscription service, public domain stuff, and photoshop editing.

I do have a website, but I don't really do much with it as I'm not really good with webmaster stuff and I despise the commercialization of the art as well. I *do* have some things I make available for sale (because a guy's gotta eat sometimes) but overall, I prefer to share things freely (and at my discretion) for the spirit of what it is.
Magic which awakens and nourishes the divine spirit in man encourages the growth of true humanity, in contrast to the materialistic outlook which binds man to the earth.

Contact: talkwithsudo@gmail.com
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It's a miracle!!! I just got through the 60 barrier. That makes me almost as happy as finding out the last person I buried was really dead. Believe me, it ain't no fun to have to dig them back up after they call home on their cell phone. No fun to refund the burial fees either.
"Til Death us do part!" - Weepin Willie
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I had sent a pm previously, but I'm assuming there is a huge line up to see this wonder Smile
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