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Revelation by Chris Odom ,. Erik Von Markovik. James Matador. Get A Copy. More Details Original Title. United States of America. Other Editions 1. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Revelation , please sign up.
Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Revelation. When I finished reading The Game , Sean had another book for me. This was more of a how-to guide than a story, and it clearly wasn't written by someone who intended to make a career of writing.
Still, I was intrigued so I dug right in. I agree percent with the advice to be more open and talkative. If I don't feel like you're "with" me, I'll use the spare room to second-guess why I'm hanging around in the first place. On pages , the writer suggests using the "Are you a dog person? At first it sounded like a good idea, but he went a little too far with the description.
His long diatribe about how cute puppies are and how much he wants to nuzzle them would have me weirded out and walking away pretty quick. He also suggests "games," most of which I find altogether irksome. Patty-Cake: Don't even try to come at me with that gay bullshit. Back-Writing: I don't turn my back and make myself vulnerable to people I don't know. Plus, I don't want some random dude touching my back. On pages , the writer suggests making fun of a girl's eating habits as a way to "neg" her.
Unless you know the girl well, I wouldn't touch that one. Too many chicks, especially the ones you meet in clubs, have had or are well on their way to a full-blown eating disorder.
I can laugh off a guy making fun of my big milkshake, but I think the example in the book crossed the line. The list of DLVs in the Notes section toward the end is the most useful part of the book. One key theme throughout the book is to use emotional and sensory descriptions instead of factual and logical descriptions. Everything about me should completely thwart this line of thinking, but I must admit it has merit. The example used in the book is something like a girl saying, "Yeah, I guess we could hang out, but I live all the way across town.
That's okay. I can come pick you up. Or we could meet at the shithole burger joint in between or All the cool stuff happens over here! I know the guy will end up picking me up anyway, but I like that this book advises readers not to be so quick to be a "fixer" and to just come across happy and relaxed with the way things are. Emotional heath is very important.
Too many people think that if they talk ad nauseam about how cruel their parents were or how badly they were mistreated by an ex, the "rules" for what is attractive and desirable will be relaxed for them. While the person you're trying to woo will be impressed that you were able to overcome the issues from your past, if you talk about them all the time and use them as excuses for damaging behavior, your target is going to eventually seek a more stable person who not only talks about putting the past behind him, but actually does so.
The book also encourages using impressions when telling humorous stories. This can backfire and make you sound more annoying than the person you're talking about. Also, if you're going to do an impression of me while I am present, it better be spot-on and fucking hilarious. I recommend reading that before reading this. Its applications are more extensible and will improve your entire life, including romantic relationships.
On page , the writer suggests "Contrast this with Integrating DHVs into your story via subcommunication. For example, telling a story that includes a DHV demonstration of high value spike such as an incidental detail where some girl gave you indicators of interest. Last year, I was dating a guy heavily for about a month and then my interest began to wane.
He still instant messaged me every day, but he had stopped asking me to go places with him so I found it all rather pointless. He would tell me all these stories about what he did over the weekend with his friends or whatever--really one-sided stuff. One time he was hell-bent on telling me about going to a birthday party at a trendy club in Capitol Hill and kept going on about how the birthday girl's mom was all over him, trying to hook him up with her daughter.
His attempts to prove his social worth and desirability were so thinly veiled and pathetic, I finally just blocked him on gchat. This book does a good job of explaining how to SHOW that you have social value as well as talk about it, but I warn men following this book's advice to be cautious when telling stories.
Become a master in the art of conversation, or you'll just look like you're seeking approval. On page , the writer emphasizes "Drawing Contrast. Only say this if you can actually discuss it. If you just met me and you're trying to convince me that even though I'm having a really good time, there's a part of me that is still worried about a family member, thinking about my ex, mad at some aforementioned character, whatever, it's going to annoy me.
Even if you happen to fall into the small fraction of possibility that you're right, I probably don't want to talk about it. I'm out because I want to have fun, not have a depressing personal discussion with some guy looking for a way into my pants. I'm still deciding how much I agree with the notes on plausible deniability and the anti-slut defense ASD.
This section basically tells you, "Make it look like an accident. The game is to take the emotional responsibility away from the woman so she doesn't get buyer's remorse. Some girls have a personal rule about how long they need to know a man before sleeping with him. Whether or not he wants to admit it, HE needs some emotional investment to be And some of us are fucking machines. Instead of learning how to pretend to listen to a potential mate, it's a really good idea to actually listen to a potential mate to see if they're in sync with what you're looking for.
In my experience, people are often not-so-stealthy about their intentions. Sometimes people just want to hook up, sometimes people are looking to settle down, sometimes people need to be left the hell alone until they're ready to deal with whatever you're packing. We're all different. On page , I was reminded of an incident that I recounted in my review of The Game : I was using my laptop in the lobby of my apartment complex when a guy approached me and asked if the lobby had free wireless.
I looked up and replied, "Yes. I just asked a question! Boy was I missing out. Fuck her. Women are bitches. He was being weird to me and then he was being rude to me so I filtered him out. Just another loser. The lesson is to stay relaxed even if you're feeling baited to become a violator of social norms. It's a Very Good Lesson.
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