Colour Cards

Colour Cards


They are back! And this time EVEN BETTER!!!

Now they are 100% Playing Card Plastic. (Like the original Night Flight Deck)

Bridge Size

The design has been modernised, we’ve added a white border and eliminated any indication as to who or where they were printed... this means you can come up with your own story as to what these are.

These are quite cheap to buy for a few reasons... the main one being this does NOT come with any routines. This, much like buying a deck of cards is simply an accessory for changing up those ESP card routines that you already do.

(If you don't have a routine in mind... then you don't need these cards. We can't be any more honest than that.

This is a set of 13 cards.


These have been designed to look like cards that would have come from some form of testing institution.

They are made to look like a modern re-print of a test originally formulated in 1987.

The cards are marked in a clever and straight forward way.

Easy for you to see... Hard for them to spot! (see pics)

This set is perfect for use with MD Mini as the colours used are exactly the same.

...also the marking system uses the same number codes. 1 = White etc.

However there is no reason you can't purchase this set and simply learn the 'number to colour' markings. There are just 6 to remember.

You will also receive a double backed card which is used in many published ESP card routines. You probably already do routines that can be achieved with this set of colour cards.

Also we avoided (like the plague) using a playing card back design! Instead we started from scratch with 'what a test card would look like’

Please see photos.

What You Receive:

2 x White Cards

2 x Blue Cards

2 x Red Cards

2 x Orange Cards

2 x Green Cards

2 x Yellow Cards

1 x Double Backed Card

Why Purchase These:

- Authentic looking prop.

- Durable.

- Easy to read markings.

- Perform colour readings.

- Add an extra layer to your colour cube routines.

- A Change From ESP Symbols.

- Fits in your wallet.

- Do all standards marked ESP routines that use two sets of 5 cards... but now with 12 cards.

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