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Routines for the Bendix Bombshell WalletMartin Breese
This is a compilation of routines for the Bendix Bombshell Wallet contributed by some of the most recognized performers. The printed version of this booklet comes with every Bendix Bombshell Wallet produce by Martin Breese. A good place to get the wallet is directly from the manufacturer on the Martin Breese website.
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Kalendar ClairvoyanceUnknown Mentalist
This is a collection of clean, crisp and cool calendar routines which will baffle and startle your audience. They can live in your wallet or pocket and are ready for anytime and anywhere performance.
There is nothing to memorize and no complex math. All the systems are easy and self working. You will be able to start doing these within 15 minutes of reading the instructions. The routines are as follows.
1. Roman Enigma - The performer claims to have photographed an ancient rock engraved inscription from recent secret Roman excavations which gives him the weird and inexplicable power to...
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Those Beautiful DamesFrances Marshall
An ebook honoring those great women in magic, some from the past centuries. A world survey of "Those Beautiful Dames." Featuring among others Debbie Henning. Dan Waldron has a section on the Blackstone Saga, covering the magical life of Harry Senior, then the Blackstone, Jr. we know. Beautiful and talented women figured in both their lives, with Gay Blackstone a star in the Blackstone show. Marion Nicola writes of her show and life with the Great Nicola, Val Andrews covers many famous lady assistants. Carol Roy, Mrs. Electric releases the inside story of their adventures in odd parts of the...
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Producing Lighted CigarettesEdward Loyd Enochs
A compilation of the very best methods of producing lighted cigarettes. Covers all the various sleights and moves for this production. 36 illustrations. The last chapter takes up the pipe production, which is always a popular finish with cigarette manipulators.
Paul Fleming wrote:
This is the third printing of a booklet which made its first appearance in 1936. The format is somewhat different from that of the second printing, with a slight reduction in the size of page and type, but the contents remain the same. In its latest form, Producing Lighted Cigarettes is a 24-page pamphlet, with three pages...
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Rope, Chain and Box EscapesUlysses Frederick Grant
This is one of the best books ever written on escapes and escape magic, bar none. Grant wrote this treatise for the average magician wanting to add an escape to his act, not the professional escape artist. The nice thing is that none of these escapes involve having to pick locks or for the performer to have muscular strength such as required in many escape feats.
All of these are easy to do, and none are life threatening. You can do all of these with no fear of killing yourself! With the information in this treatise an enterprising magician could put together an entire escape act full of...
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The Art of Cold ReadingRobert A. Nelson
The secret book of the mental profession that teaches the mentalist or psychic to "read" a person "cold" with no gimmicks, no advance knowledge, and no preparation.
The Art of Cold Reading is the learned ability to cleverly read another "from the cradle to the grave" - and without important error. It is amazingly easy - if you understand the technique and methods. Possess it and you are always prepared to give readings - any time, anywhere, for fun or for profit.
The inner secrets of "cold reading" have been closely held and guarded for many years. Knowledge of this kind has been passed...
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Super MentalityRobert A. Nelson
Now you, too, can present an impromptu demonstration of super power memory. Do it any time, any place. A terrific publicity stunt!
From ten to 100 articles are called out by spectators and memorized by the performer, in their proper sequence. The performer can call out the items in sequence, forward, then backward. The performer gives the number of any item in the list. If a number is called out, the performer can also call out the item at that position. Five (or more) dollar bills are submitted, spectators calling aloud the serial numbers. The performer immediately memorizes the numbers,...
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Blistr is a new card punch with two important differences to more traditional card punches. First, it is built like a pair of small pliers and therefore very easy to use. The pliers are a flexure design 3D printed from durable plastic. (Starting design was created by BYU Compliant Mechanisms Research which I modified to fit my needs.) Second, this punch creates a bigger smoother blister than needle-based punches. The tip is not sharp and therefore does not punch through the playing card. For many, this will be easier to feel than a fine needle prick. The blister is a half-dome about 1 mm in diameter. The...
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Pocket Mysteries 2Gerard Zitta
"Zitta has done it again. He has completed a new work that is outstanding, practical, and mostly Impromptu. I don't know how he does it, ideas, brilliant ones, flow like water. Get this. And if you don't have them, get all his work. They bring me and the audience wonderment, joy, and workable thoughts. 5 out of 5" - Marc SalemThis ebook is a follow-up to Pocket Mysteries 1 (2012). It is a compendium of some other magic and mentalism effects that are strong, and universal enough to be kept in your pockets all the time (especially "Big bet" and "Crossword" ...). There are practical and commercial ideas, principles...
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Baker's BonanzaHugh Miller
A wonderful ebook on the magic of Roy Baker, inventor of the PATEO force.
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Challenge Cards AcrossUlysses Frederick Grant
This is by far one of the best methods ever conceived for the classic cards across trick. It is also one of U. F. Grant's best card effects for stage. The method is completely different from Zen's Fifteen Card trick in that no duplicate cards are used.
One regular deck is used and only two unprepared personal size envelopes. There are no stacks of any kind. Finally, there is no palming of cards as in other methods. The method is very easy to do and a feature for stage that is a real fooler. Just one regular deck and two envelopes, along with a pencil to sign the cards will give you a real...
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Abraca-Poof May 2017Brian T. Lees
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Linking RingsHerman L. Weber
Professional methods for performing the Linking Rings. This routine has dozens of clear Nelson Hahne drawings, plus good text. A feature of the routine is that it teaches you how to make objects like a chair, flower, butterfly, purse, globe, etc. etc. These are sure applause getters. Also includes some great sucker gags, and other professional touches you can find nowhere else.
PDF 27 pages
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Label FlashRalf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
A bottle label magically penetrates the glass and is attached on the inside of the bottle.
Effect: Write down a prediction, for example a playing card. Since you have no piece of paper you write the prediction on the label of a cola bottle. Then have a spectator take a card from your deck (yes folks, you will need to force the card). And then reveal that you have correctly predicted the card. To give the spectator a little souvenir you sign the bottle label. On further thought you want to make it even more special. Take out your lighter, burn the label and suddenly the label with the prediction...
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Five Easy PiecesJon Racherbaumer
The five easy "pieces" in this manuscript are relatively easy to do. The important aspect, however, is how they are combined. The tricks are not the tricky part. They can be broken down into basic, understandable action steps. Or, to put it another way, tricks are to magic books as recipes are to cook books. One should not then equate plans, schemes, or sets of instructions with hale and hearty presentations. This is the reason the extended presentation in this manuscript surpasses mere exposition. Besides explaining the action steps of five otherwise grab-bag tricks, it reveals how they have...
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Diminishing Not LikelyPaul Gordon
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You start out with four red backed Aces of Clubs, shown individually from the back and front. One of the Aces changes to a Queen of Hearts. The Queen of Hearts jumps to various places in the pack. For the climax all four cards change to the Queen of Hearts and also the backs change to blue backs. Does not use any gimmicked or gaffed cards. Can be done with jumbo cards as Paul demonstrates in the video.
1st edition 2017, length 3 min 20 s
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European Coin Magic Symposium Volume 2Giacomo Bertini
On November 26th and 27th 2010 the first European Coin Magic Symposium brought 16 magicians from all over the world to Milan for 2 days of non-stop coin magic, with lectures and performances, private sessions and gala shows. The routines in this issue are among the best and shot live at the symposium. All routines are complete with performance and explanation.
GIACOMO BERTINI: "Magnetic Coins"
DAVID ROTH: "Winged...
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Fun with a HandkerchiefPhilip Reed Willmarth
You always have a handkerchief.....! Here's how to have fun with it, anywhere, any time, any place, with kids, or with adults. If you don't have a handkerchief, borrow one - or use the restaurant napkin. With a flip of the handkerchief, make the Bunny That Eats, The Little Hindu, Miss Fatima, Dr. Finkle's wonderful and lively Mouse, Handkerchief Chapeaugraphy, Melodrama with a Handkerchief, and other clever bits and pieces that will make you the talk of the town.
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A curious effect from the Philippines, circa 1946. A paper cut-out of a man and a bowl both cling to the wall in a mysterious manner. The bowl is filled with water and a lighted candle floats in it, creating an elegant display. Requires a setup and a gimmick - all explained in this ebook.
1st edition 2017, 5 pages.
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Commercial Card Tricks Volume 1Ulysses Frederick Grant
This is a rare collection of card secrets that U. F. Grant sold separately. These were listed in his catalog as single items or special props using cards. These were not part of his other card books. The complete directions for the prop tricks are included in this ebook. Many of these items can be made up from cards you may have around your home. If you have seen some of the effects in his early catalogs and wondered how they were done, then this PDF may satisfy your curiosity. A wealth of information that is hard to find elsewhere. This is volume 1 of a planned two volume set. You get all the...
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One of the very few magic acts designed for a woman, but this one is a honey. Based on the Charles Adams cartoons, the character of Vampira is indicated by the sketch. The magic she does is quite simple and mostly standard, but the presentation is wild and horrendous, and what you'd expect from a Vampire. Once the material is assimilated, the tricks could be changed to suit the individual. All patter and presentation is given, plus the details of the wonderful costume and make up, also music, lighting, etc. With a little work, the idea can be transferred to a male character. Great for Halloween,...
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Super Sensitive FingertipsHoward P. Albright
This ebook is also part of the collection Strange Secrets 1.
1st edition 1948, 42 pages; 1st digital edition 2017, 19 pages.
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The Bold and Subtle Miracles of Dr. FaustDavid Hoy
Bold, entertaining mentalism. That's the David Hoy approach.
This is the book that introduced the amazing Tossed-Out Deck and the Hoy Book Test to psychic entertainers, who made reputations for themselves with these two effects alone!
Inside you'll find:
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