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Alain Nu

Alain Nu

Saturday, March 11, 2017, 2 pm to 4 pm

Ice House Theatre – Mercer & Independence Streets
Berkeley Springs, WV 25411

(Suggested donation: $35, Children under 12: $15)

What If It Really Isn’t Magic?

Las Vegas headliner, Alain Nu – “The Man Who Knows” – is bringing back to Berkeley Springs his mind bending mental and metaphysical abilities to the Ice House on the 15th of March. His highly entertaining and most provocative show intermingles feats of mind reading and spoon bending with other baffling demonstrations that defy explanation.

The last time Alain came to Transition Talks fully a third of the audience bent spoons just using the power of their minds. Come and bring a spoon or fork and learn from the master!

Nu, who has performed internationally before crowds at casinos, business conventions, exclusive private parties and educational groups believes that there are natural – although largely undeveloped – capabilities that all humans have that appear to be magic to most of us but really aren’t. Using scientific explanations gleaned from researchers like Rupert Sheldrake and Larry Dossey he demonstrates – in a highly entertaining way – a string of capabilities that seem impossible, leaving you knowing that some weren’t “magic” after all – but still wondering how he did it.

I met Alain at a scientific conference where, in the matter of 30 minutes he had a room full of PhD’s and academics who had never done so before bending spoons and forks. Then, after catching his act at a sold-out theatre in Baltimore it was clear that we needed to have him come and demonstrate his skills at a Transition Talk, where folks would particularly appreciate his unique mixture of the seemingly sacred and profane.

Alain has been wowing common folks and luminaries alike (like Richard Branson shown here) for years.

A recent Huffington Post article (MAGIC: What if it was real?) featuring his work and unique perspectives said:

In (his) view stage magic has lost its way placing emphasis on trickery and hosting a general disbelief in the arcane milieu from which they were spawned.

In his performances Alain Nu employs techniques that blur the lines between science and unexplained phenomena and often leaves the audience confounded thus stretching their belief systems. Here Alain demonstrated amazing tricks that caused metal spoons to appear to bend in his hand.

Alain's book, Picture your ESP!: Reveal Your Hidden Powers With "The Nu ESP Test" conveys the essence of his premise.

In this Transition Talks presentation Alain will give you the chance to prove that almost anyone can do things that seem magical, so bring your own spoon or fork!

This will be a fun, memorable event for all ages, so invite along young people.

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