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Dariel Fitzkee
Showmanship for Magicians by Dariel Fitzkee

Dariel Fitzkee authored one of the best trilogies on magic theory. This volume, book one in the trilogy, primarily deals with theoretical aspects of a magic performance. This book has been cited numerous times and is one of the standard works every serious magician should read. Fitzkee has a very analytical mind and describes his thoughts clearly. As with any theory not everyone will agree with every detail and every suggestion. Regardless of if you fully subscribe to Fitzkee's thinking or not, there is plenty to learn from his writings.

Paul Fleming wrote:

Several years ago, Dariel Fitzkee wrote a...

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Ron Jaxon
Flip-M-Out by Ron Jaxon

Here is what Ron himself has to say about this ebook:

If I where asked to perform one trick to someone to show my ability as a close up magician. This routine is the one I’d show them. It’s my number one reputation making magic routine and I get more requests to perform “the coin trick” from both laymen and magicians then any other trick I perform. The reason for this is simple. It’s very powerful magic!

Here are a few reasons why:

  • The magic happens in the spectator’s hands.
  • It's done with common objects (coins)
  • Each phases seems more impossible then the one before. ...
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Jeff Pierce
The King Has Left the Building ... with Amnesia by Jeff Pierce

Thinking Inside the Box
A card merely thought of by your spectator, appears inside the card box sandwiched between two Jokers.

Cash Deposit
A borrowed bill and a bank deposit slip transpose under the spectators nose.

Empowerment
Let your spectator think he's the magician.

Visual Rubber Band Un-Link
A new method of un-linking two rubber bands.

Rubber Band Split
A single rubber band is split into two.

The Shrinking Band
One rubber band shrinks as it is absorbed into another.

The King Has Left The Building... With Amnesia
A two card transposition, Elvis style.

Remote...

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R. Shane
Symbolics by R. Shane

These are three self-working routines with ESP cards with the general theme 'impossible coincidences', facilitated by a cyclic stack. (Two effects are based on work by Werner Miller from his Ear-Marked book, and one routine is from Shane's book Automata.)

As always with Shane, you don't just get a routine and method, but the reasons why these routines work, what is important and how you can change or alter them to suit your needs and make them your own.

In Search of Synchronicity
A deck of ESP is shown, shuffled, and cut. The spectator cuts the deck several times, finally stopping whenever she wants, and removes the...

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R. Shane
Portents by R. Shane

These are two mentalism/bizarre routines from Shane's book Pentalogy.

The End of the World as We Know It
Is the old "triple prediction" plot, but turned upside down. In this routine, the spectator predicts the exact date and method of the end of the world. Yes, it really is as weird as it sounds.

Bones, Modern and Cold
Combines cold-reading through an easily-learned (and unique) divination system with a classic sleight-of-hand trick to drive home the real purpose of divination and fortune-telling.

1st edition 2006; 20 pages.

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R. Shane
Patterns of Magic by R. Shane

Here you will find two weird little self-working "mathmagic" things. (These tricks have been taken from Shane's book Automata.)

Mutus Nomen Yadda Yadda Yadda
Is Shane's presentation for Judah’s handling of the classic 20-card trick (minus the memorization, plus an outright eerie revelation).

Gods of Chaos Slapped Silly
Is a re-working of a Robert Neale’s "Probability Pack" where one impossibility appears after the other from a shuffled deck.

1st edition 2006; 17 pages

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R. Shane
Impossible Matters by R. Shane

These are two very interesting self-working effects, both based on topological principles. You do not need to learn any math or remember a whole lot to perform these two stunning effects. (These two effects have been taken from Shane's books Automata and Pentalogy.)

Paradoxical Oddities
A packet of cards, the twenty cards making up a royal flush, is given to a spectator to shuffle. The spectator then chooses one of the values (say, for example, Jacks), and the cards mixed so that some are face up and some face down. The packet is further mixed by the spectator, eventually being divided into...

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R. Shane
Cut! by R. Shane

A card routine that is murder. This ain’t your usual card trick. Anyone who knows Shane and his work knows he likes to tell stories with my magic. Old stories, new stories, morality tales, dirty jokes...it’s all brain fodder as far as he's concerned. Therefore, it shouldn’t come as a shock that “Cut!” is story. But it’s a grisly little tale ending with a bloody murder. Probably not a good routine for restaurant work. But it is a good routine for those moments when you want to entertain and shock your audience a bit, and audience whose sensibilities can handle a little blood flowing...

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Jim Sisti
Professional Restaurant Magic by Jim Sisti

This is a comprehensive guide to developing a restaurant magic repertoire, finding a suitable venue, strategies to help you keep your job and other practical information for the working professional.

Jim Sisti is a long time, experienced and professional restaurant magician. He was also the editor of The Magic Menu, a magic journal solely dedicated to bar and restaurant magic. You won't find any effects in this ebook, but you will find heaps of practical advice to build a career with restaurant magic. And most of the information, advice and suggestions you will receive apply in good part to other venues...

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Eddie Joseph
Magic and Mysteries of India by Eddie Joseph

Eddie Joseph who was born in India and lived there for most of his life. He wanted to write a detailed, true and unbiased description of the Indian magician and his methods. He penetrated deeply into the subject rather than give it superficial treatment. This ebook will give you a clear perspective of India's Mystery Mongers and their mysterious creations.

1st edition 1940; PDF 73 pages.

  1. Introduction
  2. Chapter One - Mystery Abounding
  3. Chapter Two - Peering Beyond the Horizon
  4. Chapter Three - The Gypsy Told Me So
  5. Chapter Four - The Magicians of East India
  6. Chapter Five - East Indian Mysteries ...
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Eddie Joseph
Pick Pocket Magic by Eddie Joseph

A treatise on the fundamental principle, theory, and practice of picking pockets – for entertainment purposes only.

Eddie Joseph attended in 1923 the Indian National Exposition in Calcutta. There he wittnessed the reactions of visitors to a pickpocket incidence. This gave him the idea to build an act around pickpocketing. Subsequently he studied the methods of pickpockets, developed an act, and finally wrote this guide.

1st edition 1940; 30 pages.

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Edward Bagshawe
Proudlock's Egg Bag and Four Ace Presentations by Edward Bagshawe

You get detailed instructions with numerous illustrations and full patter to two wonderful classic routines, the egg bag and the four aces.

27 pages.

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Marie Laveau
Black and White Magic by Marie Laveau

Burning of Candles, Use of Roots and Oils Powders and Incenses. Significance of Cards, Horoscope with Lucky Days and Lucky Numbers. A Guide to Spiritualists, Mediums, and Readers, from the most powerful and famous Voodoo priestess.

72 pages.

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Boris Wild
Boris Wild's Lecture by Boris Wild

Boris is probably best known for his 'Boris Wild Marked Deck', which he describes here in detail. (For the right material to prepare your Boris Wild Marked Deck please see here.) He also teaches his version of a memorized deck, which you can learn in 6 minutes, because there is a system, a formula if you will, to it. And particularly the combination of his marked deck and his memorized deck allow you to fulfill your Wild-est effects.

If that is not enough then you will also learn the Kiss Count. The Kiss Count is a new move in cardmagic. Thanks to it, you will be able to pretend you have four...

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Boris Wild
FFFF Lecture 2003 by Boris Wild

The FFFF (Fechter's Finger Flicking Frolic) convention is the "Original Close-Up Magic Convention" and the most prestigious gathering of close-up magicians in the world. Since 1971 the By-Invitation-Only event continues to feature the best performers, creators and lecturers in the world. This means the very fact that one can attend this convention is a badge of honor and admission into the highest ranks of magic. Boris Wild has attended FFFF and this ebook is his lecture from 2003. As you can imagine magicians who lecture at FFFF show, teach and demonstrate their very best stuff. After all they...

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Lewis Ganson & Tony Slydini
The Magic of Slydini by Lewis Ganson & Tony Slydini

This is a classic book, probably the best book on close-up magic ever written. Now available as an ebook with an improved layout. The original book had 448 photos grouped together in full-page photo plates. This meant that most photos were removed from the text which goes along with the photos. We have corrected this error in this digital edition. All photos have been inserted in the text where they are referred to.

Slydini was a genius of misdirection. Every movement and every word is deliberately chosen to direct the attention of spectators as well as to produce a graceful and engaging...

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Jim Coles
Mystery Makers by Jim Coles

Jim Coles, who is the author of the best selling PK Revolution, describes in this ebook four stunning routines with cards, coins and cigarettes.

Mirror Image
Showing his hands to be unmistakably empty, the performer displays a small mirror and a half dollar. Holding the half dollar above the mirror, he tilts the mirror forward, making the coin's reflection slide off the mirror's surface and become a perfect duplicate of the coin he holds! No shell. Everything may be examined.

Shadow Of A Thought
Do thoughts have physical substance? Can that substance be captured? Using a pack of cigarettes as an...

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Timothy Hyde
Magically Speaking by Timothy Hyde

Catapult your entry into the world of professional speaking! "Magically Speaking" has been compiled by long time professional speaker and magician Timothy Hyde.

An overview of the entire speaking industry with special focus on how magicians can make the transition into this lucrative field. Guest articles from speaker bureau owners, speaker coaches, marketing gurus and other magicians already working in this field. Some of the questions answered in this MasterClass:

What should a speaker have in their promotional press kit? Do you know the questions a speaker bureau will ask you if...

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Peter Duffie
Effortless Card Magic by Peter Duffie

Effortless is probably just as apropriate or misleading as self-working. It doesn't mean that these tricks don't require any effort on your side. You have to read the descriptions, remember the sequence of actions and perform the act - entertain, which in my book is neither self-working nor effortless. But what these terms try to convey is that you will not need to master difficult moves or finger breaking sleights to perform these effects. And they are very good effects. Often an 'effortless' trick can be performed to greater effect because the performer can pay more attention to audience managment,...

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Visions 2004 by various

This is the complete archive of Visions, The Online Journal of the Art of Magic, for the year 2004. Everything is searchable. Visions is currently the top online magic magazine. Convince yourself and check out the current issue. You will find great articles, product reviews, biographies of legends, reader submissions, and a whole lot more.

Get the other years as well: 2000 2001 2002 2003 2005

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Visions 2003 by various

This is the complete archive of Visions, The Online Journal of the Art of Magic, for the year 2003. Everything is searchable. Visions is currently the top online magic magazine. Convince yourself and check out the current issue. You will find great articles, product reviews, biographies of legends, reader submissions, and a whole lot more.

Get the other years as well: 2000 2001 2002 2004 2005

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various
Visions 2002 by various

This is the complete archive of Visions, The Online Journal of the Art of Magic, for the year 2002. Everything is searchable. Visions is currently the top online magic magazine. Convince yourself and check out the current issue. You will find great articles, product reviews, biographies of legends, reader submissions, and a whole lot more.

Get the other years as well: 2000 2001 2003 2004 2005

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various
Visions 2001 by various

This is the complete archive of Visions, The Online Journal of the Art of Magic, for the year 2001. Everything is searchable. Visions is currently the top online magic magazine. Convince yourself and check out the current issue. You will find great articles, product reviews, biographies of legends, reader submissions, and a whole lot more.

Get the other years as well: 2000 2002 2003 2004 2005

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Joe Karson & Michael E. Rose
Joe Karson Compilation by Joe Karson & Michael E. Rose

Joe Karson's writings cover the whole spectrum of magic, from cards and mentalism to stage illusions and everything in between. Karson was very creative and prolific. Although most readers will be interested in the secrets contained here, this compilation of his publications also serves another purpose. By bringing the material to the attention of modern magicians they become documentation of the credit due to Karson for his creations. Most magicians are aware that the Zombie Floating Ball is Karson's invention. However, there are other effects that Karson created but somehow, over the years,...

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