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Disguised by Nefesch

This is a great magician's fooler:

Borrow a Deck of cards. Have it freely shuffled by your spectator. Ask him to spread the deck on the table and to have a card selected. The card is placed back into the deck. And the deck is cut several times.

Note: At no point have you touched the deck or the card that has been selected. At least that is what the spectators will remember. In fact you will have to touch one card briefly, but it is so well hidden in plain sight that it will not be noted.

You ask the spectator to start dealing face down card by card, you ask him to stop when you feel...

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Achromatic Prediction by Nefesch

A box is given to anyone you want (the chief of police, the major, a TV producer, etc.) This box is sealed and it will be opened some days later. The box will never be touched again by you or anybody else involved in the stunt.

The day that the prediction will be opened, lets say you are performing at the radio while there are live people waiting to see the box opened, you ask the radio audience to call in to the radio station, they will be taking part in a mind experiment in which they will have to make some decisions that will create at the end a random event, which when the box is opened...

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Aldo Colombini
Green Carpet by Aldo Colombini

A routine by André Robert, performed by Aldo Colombini. Visual magic with several climaxes! The final climax will 'kill' your audiences! Eight blue-backed cards are split into two packets. In one packet all the cards turn face up. Then the eight cards alternate face up and face down. Finally, all the cards are red-backed and with crosses on their backs!

Requires four double-backed cards.

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Devin Knight
Four Told 2: Modern Symbol Edition by Devin Knight

Devin Knight has created another hit with Four Told 2 the modern symbol edition. This is mind reading at its best, and allows you to read four minds at once. This new improved version is better and has a streamlined method that requires NO secret adding of numbers.

It does away with the pad and uses just a few index cards, which are handed to the participants as predictions. It does away with old fashion ESP symbols and takes the effect into the 21st century by using modern up to date symbols. Two different presentations for both stage and close-up are included in this new release.


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Devin Knight
Insight: another clever ACAAN by Devin Knight

[This effect previously appeared in the Mindvention 2009 lecture notes. If you have these notes you don't need to buy this.

You invite two spectators to help in this experiment. You remove a deck of cards casually show them face up while you remove the joker. They are placed face down on the table. You ask one of the spectators to cut off a block and look at a card. Not to remove it, just THINK of it. You really don't know what card the person is thinking about! The selection is made in the spectator's hands. The magician isn't touching the cards. The person doesn't write the card down, he merely thinks of it.

The deck is then picked up by you and mixed...

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Werner Miller
Sub Rosa 2 by Werner Miller

More new mathbased and self-working magic tricks from Werner Miller. All of the effects make use of ESP cards. In some cases a non-ESP alternative is presented.

  • Empty Net Goals
  • Another ESP Twizzler
  • 1, 2, 3!
  • Triplet
  • Rainbow
  • mm-aa-tt-cc-hh
  • Color Twins
  • Color Clue
  • 100 Percent
  • Chased
  • Old Maid
  • Parallel ESPlus
  • The Last Pair(s)
  • Latin ESP Square
  • Identidem
  • Identidem Light
  • Mirimodis
  • Two-Way ESP
  • Consonus
  • Deciens

1st edition 2012, 28 pages.

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Werner Miller
Sub Rosa 1 by Werner Miller

sub rosa – Latin for "in the strictest confidence"

Welcome to the launch of a new multi-volume series on original semi-automatic ("self-working") tricks, mainly with cards. Enjoy this compilation of easy-to-do, mathbased magic without any sleight of hand, created to amaze and to intrigue both the performer and the audience. Have fun!

  • Eye Candy
  • Peteresque
  • Cherchez les Femmes
  • The 13th Card
  • Girl Guides
  • Alternating Colors
  • Who?
  • in situ
  • Family Affairs II
  • Dressage
  • Halves
  • Calling for the Mate
  • From the Middle
  • My Spouse
  • Smileys
  • apart – together
  • assorti
  • Clues I
  • Clues...
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Paul Voodini
A Lightning Rod to the Spirits by Paul Voodini

A Lightning Rod to the Spirits contains four exciting new routines, routines that are proud to have their feet planted very firmly in the world of Bizarre Magick! Utilising the most common and simple props (a thumb tip for example and a magic colouring book - not to mention a frying pan!), these routines will take your audience on a genuinely freaky journey. There are no half measures here - these routines are designed to actually spook an audience!

The routines feature at their core common, everyday items such as a watch, a sachet of salt, a child's colouring book and yes, a frying pan....

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Crispin Sartwell
Pintajes: El Arte Arcano de la Transfiguracion (con cartas) by Crispin Sartwell

Un pintaje es la transformación instantánea de una carta en otra ante los ojos del espectador. Es decir; no haces nada raro, como poner la carta en una cajita, cerrar la caja, volverla a abrir y sacar una carta diferente. La carta se transforma ahí mismo, ante la vista de todos.

Descarga tu muestra gratis del libro aquí:

Pintajes Muestra Gratis

Crispin Sartwell recoge en este libro 93 pintajes y técnicas "puros", en los que no se usa ningún adminiculo ni cartas especiales.

Aunque se podría pensar que debe haber más de 93 pintajes y técnicas relevantes para el pintaje, en...

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Raphaël Czaja
B'yond the Wave by Raphaël Czaja

Effect: Four cards are selected from a deck and tabled face down in a row. The first selection is turned face up, it is the 10S. The magician explains he has previously turned one card over with the same suit in a four-of-a-kind packet. An odd-backed packet is introduced as the magician says he was actually so sure of the spectator's choice that he replaced the other cards with Jokers. He displays one face down card between three Jokers. The card is turned face up, it is a Spade! The card is replaced into the face up packet that is placed momentarily onto the deck. The card has changed into...

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Peter Duffie
The Card Activist by Peter Duffie

Auto Hue
Two spectators each select a card from a packet. The selection procedure happens in the hands of the spectators, you have no influence over the procedure. First, the cards separate into reds and blacks. Then the selections magically appear among the cards of opposite colour. All this happens without the performer touching the cards.

Not Wrong
You offer to demonstrate your ability to cut to certain cards with great accuracy. You give the deck a couple of cuts, placing a packet face down on the table. You turn over the top card of the tabled pile to reveal the Ace of Hearts. This...

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Charlie Miller
Charlie Miller on the Card Index by Charlie Miller

An older publication, but a good one with valuable information. Charlie Miller, one of the world's most knowledgeable magicians, designed a modern form of Card Index, which is fully explained here. Among various routines and efffects included in the book is an article on the most famous of all "index" magicians, Arthur Lloyd, written by Chet Karkut, who now owns this act.


  • History
  • How to use the card index
  • Arrangement of cards
  • Impromptu card from pocket (Vic Torsberg)
  • Little index (Ken Little)
  • Reading by Touch (Louis Nikola)
  • Pocket prophecies (Annemann)
  • The Omega card prophecy
  • Orville Meyer's Twin Prediction ...
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Don Tanner
Fifty Ways to use a Card Box by Don Tanner

Everybody owns a card box. Many magicians own several. Seldom are they used for anything more than vanishing a card. Now here's a whole new breath of life for them - fifty ways to put them to work. You will find complete routines here, or effects which can be used alone or in combination with other effects. This kind of reading stimulates your thinking, so that you will see places in your show where a card box is just the right answer. Reference ebooks of this type belong on every magicians digital shelf. They are the recipe ebooks of our trade.

  • Introduction
  • A Word About Card Boxes
  • Comedy...
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Aldo Colombini
Gimme Five by Aldo Colombini

An outstanding packet trick with a smashing effect. Four Jokers turn face down one at a time. A Joker is placed into a pocket. The other cards are distributed on the table and they are still four, but now they are the four Fives!

Requires two double faced cards.

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Aldo Colombini
Getting the Message by Aldo Colombini

Created by Cameron Francis. Performed by Aldo Colombini. You introduce a packet of four cards blank on both sides. You split the cards into two piles of two cards each. Two cards are selected from a deck. You push the top card of one pile and on the lower card a message is revealed which reads, SPREAD THE DECK. The deck is spread and in the middle a face-up selection appears. The top card of the second pile is pushed forward and there's a message on the second card that says, TURN OVER THE TOP CARD. The top card of the deck is NOT the selection, but in turning over the top card of the pile a...

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The Book of Forbidden Knowledge by unknown

This is a weird book that mixes black magic, superstitions, charms, divination, signs, omens, hypnosis ... and conjuring. You can find next to each other things like "how to make persons at a distance think of you" and "how to perform the Davenport Brothers' Spirit Mysteries". Probably it is most useful for finding interesting story lines.

1st digital edition 2012, 63 pages.

★★★★★ $5
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Werner Miller
Da Capo 6 by Werner Miller

These tricks originally appeared 2006-2012 in the print magazines The Magician, Abracadabra, The Mystery Magazine, and in the online journal Visions.

The list of effects:

  • Astro Nonet
  • Double Sandwich
  • Taken In Tow
  • Quadrigula
  • Stebbins Combo
  • Joker Out – Your Card In
  • ESP Twins
  • Three Predictions
  • Nothing
  • Color Filter
  • Sey On
  • J. O'Seph
  • Liar's Clock
  • Good Bye, Joe!
  • Symbol Pattern Squares
  • Migratory
  • Lined Up
  • Vive le Roi!
  • Magic Patchwork
  • Ghost Rider
  • You Push the Button
  • Fives or Sevens?
  • He & She
  • High Math
  • Higher Math
  • Quod Licet Jovi
  • A la Harry
  • Six Times No
  • Not

1st edition 2012; 31 pages....

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Werner Miller
Da Capo 5 by Werner Miller

These tricks originally appeared 1999-2010 in the print magazines Club 71 (later The Magician), Abracadabra, The Mystery Magazine, and in the online journal Visions.

The list of effects:

  • An "Honest" Card Trick
  • Janus-faced
  • The Magnetic Joker
  • Royalties
  • Daltonico
  • No Risk But Fun
  • Thanks to Fibonacci III
  • Orthochromatic ESP
  • Aleaque
  • Sex and the City
  • Betwixt
  • Family Affairs
  • L'addition, s'il vous plait!
  • Bizarre or Romantic
  • BalVallaBel
  • Happy Birthday!
  • Bubble Sort
  • Swindle Sudoku
  • Shake Well Before Use
  • Mixed Double
  • Seeing Black
  • Age Cube
  • 4-3-2-1
  • More Monge Shuffle Trickery
  • Obedient to the Word
  • Two Spelling Tricks ...
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Larry White & David Goodsell
The Complete Oracle by Larry White & David Goodsell

In recent years magic has experienced a renewed and keen interest in mental, bizarre and storytelling magic. Magic that does more than just fool the eyes and mind, magic that tugs on the heart strings, that stirs arcane fears and longing, magic that grabs the audience and won't let go. Sometimes the experience is light and airy, sometimes it probes a bit deeper and provokes self analysis and even resolve, sometimes it is just plain spooky.

David Goodsell and the late Larry White spent three years of their lives gathering the best of this kind of magic in their unique Oracle Magic Magazine...

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Maestro Leonardo
Maestro Leonardo Cups and Balls by Maestro Leonardo

This is one of the most innovative cups and balls routines. Maestro Leonardo featured the routine in his IBM competition entry in 2008 in the UK and received a standing ovation from the audience. There are no moves in the routine that relate to any other cups and balls effects. The loads are invisible, and there is virtually no way that they can be spotted. Anyone who plans to use this routine and is prepared to put in the work perfecting it, could have a short act that is suitable for any kind of show venue. The Medieval Cups and Balls routine culminates with the production of water, a long...

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Aldo Colombini
Full Wave by Aldo Colombini

Created by Raphaël Czaja, performed by Aldo Colombini. An incredible version of the classic "B'Wave" where any card can be selected. No 'equivocal' choices! You show four-of-a-kind (say Queens). One Queen is FREELY selected. This is the only Queen in the packet, the other three cards are blank!

Requires two blank-faced cards and two blank-backed cards.

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Aldo Colombini
Face-To-Face by Aldo Colombini

A startling series of visual card changes created by Didier Dupre and performed by Aldo Colombini. The routine is based on the Paul Gordon trick called "Spectrum." This is an amazing card trick which is fun to do and has a stunning climax. You show four cards which are mis-printed, in fact they have faces on both sides (the cards are clearly shown on each side). One card is placed in the pocket but it comes back to the packet in hand and this time it has a back. The other cards develop a back as well and you now show four cards with different colored backs and all can be examined!

A second...

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Philip Reed Willmarth
The Magic of Matt Schulien by Philip Reed Willmarth

This is one of the all-time great books on magic, because it teaches not just a large selection of great tricks, but also a lot of concepts, applied psychology and ways to handle spectators.

A great big wonderful ebook about a great big wonderful performer and his tricks - the late great restauranteur, Matt Schulien. Schuliens Restaurant, the legendary and favorite eatery of local Chicagoans and visitors from abroad was a family owned enterprise for 113 years. Matt grew up in the family business and a lifetime of fooling patrons at his saloon made Matt one of the world's finest close-up men....

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Christian Lavey
Free Choice: a mental effect by Christian Lavey

On the table are 6 cards and a set of cards in a card box. The spectator calls a number from one to six. The magician counts to the associated card and points with the finger to the card. Let's say the spectator chooses the number five and chooses with that the 4 of diamonds. No force required, the spectator has a FREE choice (like the effect name).

Now you open the card box (which was lying on the table) and all cards are blank (or white whatever you want to call them) except for one, the card the spectator chose. The blank cards can be properly investigated by the spectator.

The benefits...

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