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An interesting fact from his early age is his great interest in magic (even David Copperfield was his idol).He was performing magic tricks at children’s birthday parties, working full-time as a magician.Critical reception for the series was mixed, with The A. Erik Von Markovik (born September 24, 1971), more popularly known by his stage name, Mystery, is a Canadian pickup artist who developed a system of attracting women called The Mystery Method which gained him popularity in the PUA community.Yes, Mystery, creator of the Mystery Method will be given his very own reality tv show on VH1. and it features our own Mystery, co-starring VA Co-Founder Matador as well as VA master instructor J-Dog.
As the show progressed the men were instructed to pick up women of varying levels of difficulty, such as in the second to last challenge of the first season where the men had to pick up a stripper, described by Mystery as "the ultimate challenge." Viewer ratings picked up by the season's end, resulting in the series being picked up for a second season. Runner-up contestant Brady Sprunger was characterized as a shy photographer, but he had been working for a modeling agency, the Los Angeles-based Action Agency, for five full years prior to the show's taping.
[fimage] Erik James Horovat-Markovic, alias Mystery, born September 24th 1971, is one of the most influential people in the sub-culture of the pickup artists or the “seduction community”.
He is one of the pickup artists who were featured in Neil Strauss’s bestseller “The Game”.
Over a period of trial and error of more than ten years, "and many, many mistakes," Mystery created what has evolved into what is now known as Love Systems (formerly Mystery Method).
He closely observed how people act with each other during the "courtship" of a relationship, and combining these observations with various theories of evolutionary psychology, he created a system of techniques and strategies designed to help men succeed with women in different social situations such as bars, clubs, cafes and similar places.