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Aurora - Modern Card Flourishes


Scott Thomson, one of the most respected names in the ever more popular underground world of Cardistry, presents nine of his signature flourishes! From the flowing, pristine Golden Gate to the tight twists & turns of Monaco II to the frankly jaw dropping Merengue, this is contemporary flourishing at it’s best.

Heavily influenced by the rhythmic pulse of Scott’s other ‘life’ as a respected member of the UK underground music scenes, the flourishes featured on AURORA are animated, fluid and visually direct – all keystone’s of Scott’s renowned style.

‘Follow along’ explanations are provided in four angles. Pick the one that works for you – straight on / over the shoulder / over the shoulder (slo-mo) / over the shoulder & straight on combined.

Scott Thomson is a well known face in the Cardistry world, having spent the last several years producing hit videos for his Profoundmagic Youtube channel. This has proved to be a vibrant hub for the Cardistry community, as demonstrated by the fact that the site is closing in on a million views!!! Scott also created, and continues to run, the ever popular Essential Cardistry channel - Youtube's #1 Cardistry hotspot.

Featured on AURORA:


Golden gate

Monaco II




Double Barrel




"So if you are looking to start flourishing more seriously this DVD is good. Most of the cuts could be learned in a couple weeks or less with a lot of patience. " Josh Burch, MyLovelyAssistant 7/9/2014 Full Review

"For those just starting out, you will definitely enjoy watching Scott and with the proper practice and time given to learn this wonderful allied art to card magic, you will be happy with your purchase. Very highly recommended." Tony Chris, Reviewer 6/6/2014

"Each flourish is thought from multiple angles, including the performer's view, and the easily navigable menus feature slow-motion explanations that cover every detail." Jared Kopf, Magic Magazine 8/27/2014

"These routines are not easy to learn but will reward the student who takes the time to learn and perform them." DANNY ARCHER, M-U-M Magazine 10/31/2014