"Menny's thinking is of a rare breed, both clinical and artistic." - DMC
"An ingenious method & gimmick that will make your audience feel that you have real powers to stop time! This goes straight into my walking mentalism repertoire!" - LUCA VOLPE
This is the most comprehensive course on watch stopping I've ever seen with some truly lovely touches!" - Colin McLeod
TICK, TOCK... STOP! Control the flow of time on a borrowed watch through mind power.
We are excited to bring you TEMPUS™ - a NEW AND ORIGINAL APPROACH TO THE ART OF TIME STOPPING - from the mastermind of Menny Lindenfeld.
With Tempus™ you will perform the cleanest and most believable time-stopping demonstrations - that looks and feels like REAL MIND-POWER. Your audience will swear you're SUPERHUMAN.
With the Tempus™ system, you can stop time on SINGLE and MULTIPLE borrowed watches.
And once you stop a watch, the watch can be freely handled around. You can let go of the watch. You can step away from the watch... The watch remains motionless the entire time! You have full control to make the watch stop and come back to life at your command. And you'll be surprised how easy it is to master and perform.
Tempus™ comes with gimmicks and accessories, plus a MEGA MASTERCLASS - teaching the most advanced time-stopping secrets ever published. Powerful techniques developed, refined and performed by Menny Lindenfeld for almost 2 decades.
The Tempus™ system.
12x killer routines with watches (from Menny's repertoire).
Multiple techniques to stop & start time on a borrowed watch; Close-up, frontal, on Zoom, impromptu and more...
To stop time on multiple borrowed watches. (A spectator can freely select the order of the watches you stop - one at a time - until all watches are motionless.)
To pause & start time on a borrowed watch - while held at the end of the strap - and hanging from your fingertips. (Other hand never comes near the watch)
To stop & start time on a borrowed watch - held by a spectator.
To freeze time on a borrowed watch from a distance - as it lays on the table, isolated under a glass.
To stop your own watch while you wear it on the wrist, and without coming near with the other hand.
And to stop a clock as it hangs on the wall (multiple techniques).