Review: D’Angelo’s Touch by Rafael D’Angelo

[vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_custom_heading text=”Reviewer: Mark Wong”][vc_column_text]What you get with this purchase is a small booklet, and also a video link leading to a page with 15 different videos of Rafael D’Angelo performing the D’Angelo’s touch on live audiences and also explaining how it is done. This version of PK touches is simple, impromptu, uses no gimmicks and it happens in real time. This means that when performing this routine, it will look like you are touching your participant invisibly in different locations (head, arm, feet, etc.) and they would respond in real time, making this somewhat different from other PK touches that require two participants being “linked” to each other.

While the book covers the routine and the subtleties in great detail with both words and pictures, I feel that the videos will help those who may still have difficulty understanding or visualizing the process of how to make the touches look really good.

In both the book and the videos, Rafael covers things like how to have the touch happening from a further distance, what to do based on different situations and he has clearly done this a lot as many different situations are thought through and solutions are given, for example, how to look for an ideal spectator and also what to do if they have certain clothing restrictions.

If a real time response is not what you are looking for, Rafael also includes a small segment on how to make the reaction a “delayed time” reaction. I personally feel that this might work out better or the actual touching routine may seem to be a little short. Perhaps to make this routine even longer, people purchasing this might want to combine this with other PK touches as a precursor to kind of set the tone and also to further add on layers of deception and entertainment

I personally feel that this release is bold and also a breath of fresh air as it seems to be different from other PK touches out there. While there may not be a better or best version, I believe that this version can be used in really impromptu situations without the need to memorize extensive scripts.

Although some may be worried to perform this as it is rather bold, spend the hours required in front of a mirror to master this and you will have a miracle that is in built in to you wherever you go. It is well worth its price for just $35 – this truly is… a touch of genius.

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Ning Cai is a Singapore Literature Prize nominated author, who was also long listed for the Epigram Books Fiction Prize in 2016. A bestselling writer, she is also recognised for her illusionist/ escapologist stage character Magic Babe Ning, and recognised by Channel News Asia as South East Asia's first professional female magician.

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