It is clearly the most extensive and comprehensive work ever produced on stage hypnotism. The first section gives a comprehensive background to and history of the subject together with an extensive description of how to use the power of suggestion. Over a hundred different methods of hypnotic induction are then described in detail. The second section then describes in detail how to design, develop, and perform a modern hypnotic show, and includes extracts from some of the most successful shows ever performed around the world. Everything from the opening of the show to the best methods of advertising are covered.
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He wrote the seminal Encyclopedia of Genuine Stage Hypnotism  the acknowledged bible  of stage hypnotism in , and continued to teach courses and lecture right up until a few days before his death. He died in his native Palo Alto. He has explained in his book about position of chicken that present them as motionless and appear as hypnotized. He has performed in several stage shows all over the globe in the 20th century.
Ormond McGill also trained students for therapeutic applications through hypnotism. McGill continued to collaborate with other colleagues including Gil Boyne , whom he mentored, and to teach hypnotherapy until his death in with Randal Churchill at the Hypnotherapy Training Institute. Other Attributes Edit In addition to his career as a world-traveling magician and stage hypnotist, McGill was also a skilled hypnotherapist and a student of Eastern mysticism.
He wrote between twenty-five and forty books sources disagree on the total , including such titles as Grieve No More Beloved about his afterlife contact with his deceased wife , Hypnotism and Mysticism of India, and his autobiography, The Amazing Life of Ormond McGill.
McGill has revealed truth behind magical events such as Indian rope trick and others during his visit to India. Rexford L.
Encyclopedia of Stage Hypnosis
The New Encyclopedia of Stage Hypnotism
Books by Ormond McGill