Advanced Nose In the Book Training
Our advanced training extends the Nose In The Book techniques in analytics to the use of the palmistry hand. Palmistry, also known as chiromancy, has its roots in India, China and areas of ancient Israel, but it’s truly a worldwide art of understanding your life and of telling your fortune. During the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, palmistry was often suppressed as a superstitious practice.
Where information gathering and cooperation are paramount, the Tucker Telephone is the “gold standard”. The literature demonstrates that once an individual’s number is dialed their willingness to share information and become compliant increases exponentially.
The Tucker Telephone is a device designed using parts from an old-fashioned crank telephone, The electric generator of the telephone is wired in sequence to two dry cell batteries so that the instrument can be used to administer electric shocks to another person.
The interviewee is where they are restrained and two wires would be applied to the subject. The ground wire was wrapped around the big toe and the “hot wire” (the wire that administers the current of electricity) would be applied to the genitals. The crank on the phone would then be turned, and an electric current would provide “encouragement”. Continuing with the telephone euphemisms, ‘long-distance calls’ referred to several such charges