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Mind-reading fun for the public with the Lincoln Masons on April 14

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March 27, 2012]  The Lincoln Masons are looking forward to an excited room full of happy thoughts at Masonic Lodge 210 the afternoon of April 14, when they host a 1 p.m. lunch event for the public, featuring psychic entertainer Stefan Alexxis with a family-friendly "Comedy & Cool Stuff Mindreading Show."

According to a media release, "under Alexxis' guidance, the audience becomes the star of the show, as average people discoverer they can apparently make amazing, and often hilarious, intuitive connections with him and with each other."

The performance description continues:

"Starting with lighthearted, yet amazing experiments in communications between two minds, the impossibilities grow as Alexxis and his audience see if they can push past the limits of time itself and even mentally influence the physical world.

"Is this ESP? Is it psychology? All Alexxis will say is what his previous audiences already know: It's a whole lot of pure fun, with plenty of laughs along the way."

The performance benefits Masonic Lodge 210.

Stefan Alexxis' varied background seems tailor-made to create a psychic entertainer, or mentalist: high school science fair experiments in ESP-related topics; a degree in religious studies, specializing in world religions and ethics; years as a top-rated radio personality in Idaho and Georgia; work as an award-winning writer for organizations ranging from regional nonprofits to Fortune 500 companies -- all these come together in mentalism.

Alexxis makes no claim to be any more "psychic" than the next person, nor is he trying to prove anything paranormal, the media release says.

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"I believe in the ability of the human mind to communicate in subtle and wonderful ways," Alexxis says. "My job as an entertainer is to make sure my audiences have fun with these natural, intuitive abilities. And maybe some people will walk away with more than the memory of (a) laughter-filled night. Maybe they'll have more confidence in what they can accomplish when they put their minds to it."



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