Sui Generis is a breakthrough system for guessing any word entirely propless. It allows for what is essentially a mental billet peek, without the need for anything to be written down by your spectator.
Fraser has searched for this work all of his life and is something he considers his best work so far and a crowning achievement in the Mystery Arts.
There is very little process, everything is justified presentationally and the method is practically self working and will become second nature.
This entirely new principle allows you to effortlessly guess even the most obscure male or female names, objects, animals, drawings, countries, emotions and more … practically any word is possible to guess.
In an attempt at full disclosure, this method is not intended to be used to guess words which are contained within an openly restricted field, such as star signs and numbers. There are other methods that allow you to divine these specific pieces of information that are better suited to the task.
There is no restriction on the length of word you can guess, once you know the general category you are working within.
It does not involve jumping through letters of the alphabet or any number to letter conversions or the re-frame principle. It will work in any language that has an alphabet as its basis.
What Fraser has discovered is a quirk of psychology that allows you to effectively peer inside the mind of your spectator and know their exact thought processes.
You will feel as if you can truly see into the mind of your spectator and read their thoughts; as this is exactly what you will be doing!
It is very easy to learn and perform. In fact, when Fraser first showed this to a few close friends they were able to instantly begin to apply the principle and perform it back to him. Michael Murray proceeded to guess Fraser’s thought of Animal; for those who are curious, Fraser was thinking of a Girafee.