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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Impossible Foldings Volume 2 (Part 1) by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

This time Ralf teaches you how to make impossible looking cards. With a few simple cuts and folds you can make beautiful objects which you can hand out as presents or keep for yourself. Once you know the basic method you can start to create your own variations and combine different cuts and folds into new creative designs. Also remember that while Ralf uses playing cards you can do the same designs with many other paper products, be they business cards, bank notes, designer paper, craft paper, etc.

The four impossible cards taught are:

  • Basic Fold: Here you will learn one of the basic folds...
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Wesley James
So Much More by Wesley James

Among the most essential but least addressed subjects in Magic's vast literature is how to make you, as a performer, and your magic performances stronger, better appreciated, and more memorable. Far too little has been offered to the magic community beyond largely narrative patter and lame gags, too often juvenile and sadly insulting. Apart from Make Me Care (2003) and Remarkable Ruses & Ruminations (2007), in 2014, Wesley released So Much More (2014). Building on his two earlier books, the original text explained some of what magical performers could do to improve their performances. However, in that 20-page book he could not address...

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Gerard Zitta
Think of Anything in the World by Gerard Zitta

A challenging and fun impromptu telepathy routine, with a devious combination of principles, and an original approach.

Effect: The spectator thinks of anything in the world (billions of possibilities!), and changes it to something completely different. They focus on a part of that "thing" and you guess it. The methodology uses well known principles, combined with new ones ("Yin Yang", "UPS", "Picture", "Zoom"). There are also new alternatives to dual reality, equivoque, multiple outs or misdirection. All of these can be powerful weapons to add to your impromptu or improvised mentalism toolbox. ...

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Solyl Kundu
The Gimmick MagiZette: Volume 4, Issue 2 (Oct - Dec 2014) by Solyl Kundu
  • Editorial: Solyl Says
  • Special Features:
    • Our salute to Phil Willmarth
    • Remembrances/Admirations by Tom Craven, Tom Odgen, Sindie Richison, Jep Hostetler, Ian Adair, Mona Morrison, Aaron Smith, and Don Wiberg.
    • Photographs from the Album of Mona Morrison...
    • Some Nostalgic Moments: Phil Willmarth's visit to Calcutta Ring #83
    • Past Int'l President Phil Willmarth along with Robbie Willmarth visits Agra and Delhi in 2007
    • Some Bouquets from I.B.M. and The Linking Ring
  • Regular Features:
    • Articles:
    • - Past Glory of India - Master Patol- recounted by Gora Datta
    • - Magic as Entertainment by Harold Taylor
    • Columns:
    • - MagicIan Adair Column - a chit-chat...
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Nick Conticello
Automatic Placements by Nick Conticello

Tarbell Course contributor Nick Conticello is back with his biggest and best book yet, a series of refreshingly new takes on that venerable standby of mathematical card magic, the Automatic Placement. Nick introduces new variations of the principle with the Inverted Placement and the Symmetric Placement. No sleight of hand is required for ANY of these effects! Contents include:

ABC/123: Alex Elmsley's Spell by the Numbers without the Faro shuffle.

NO LOOKING ORACLE: Without seeing the face of a single card, the performer locates one mental selection and names another.


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Marc Paul
The Fleetwood Notes by Marc Paul
"Just got them. Great! Love all the effects inside. Beautiful thinking with the two number predictions and the drawing dupe is a gem and so easy to put together. Real winners!!" - Greg Arce

"Sage advice and mind-boggling performance material of value to all. Highly recommended!" - Ben Harris

This eBook contains professional mentalism routines from my current shows including:

Summing Up...

An easy number prediction with a kicker ending.

I have been using this number prediction for the last 3 years as an opener. It can also be performed off the cuff as a piece of impromptu mentalism...

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Paul Gordon
Easy Card Stuff by Paul Gordon

Paul Gordon is offering 24 really strong easy-to-do worker card tricks. All 24 are doable, entertaining and magical. This ebook contains the very best of Paul's easier material. But, don't mistake easy with dull. Far from it. This ebook contains some KILLERS!

  • Introduction
  • An Easy-to-Do Move You Need to Know
  • Shocked Aces
  • Carbon Footprints
  • Hip Hop Card Cop
  • Nice 'n' Easy Does It
  • A Predictable Stroll #2
  • What, Another Kick?
  • Strike More Than A Match
  • A Load of Old Blarney
  • Al Leechian
  • Impromptu Pokertell
  • When I Was Twenty-One
  • You Do As Each Other Do
  • Hocus Pocus
  • Easy Peasy
  • The Eight...
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David Devlin
Psych-Go by David Devlin

Two spectators are invited on stage. Spectator A gives the deck a shuffle, and then deals exactly twenty cards into the magician's hand. The performer shuffles the twenty cards, and then gives some of the cards to Spectator A and the rest to Spectator B, who proceed to shuffle them further. Both packets of cards are then handed back to the performer who shuffles the twenty cards together.

The performer now explains that this is going to be a demonstration in 'Psychic Telekinetic Teleportation'. The performer has spectator A hold out his hand into which exactly ten cards are dealt. Spectator...

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David Devlin
The Fly by David Devlin

This is a very powerful routine. So powerful, in fact, that David has kept it to himself for over twenty years! It is perfect for all performers regardless of their performing venue. That's right. This is a card trick that can be performed anytime and anywhere. It can be performed close-up or on stage even though it uses a standard deck. It is totally impromptu, uses no gimmicks, has audience participation, and you are not touching the cards when the magic happens. The magic takes place while the cards are in the hands of the spectators! Here is the effect (in a close-up performance):


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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
TRX: Signed Card Under Cellophane by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

A freely selected playing card appears under the cardbox cellophane. The cellophane can be marked.

  • No force
  • Build the gimmick in 3 minutes
  • Very easy to do
  • Box is clean at the beginning (optional)
  • No Magnets
  • No threads

1st edition 2014, length 27 minutes

★★★★★ $5
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Steve Sanders
Recycled Stebbins by Steve Sanders

We all think we know the Si Stebbins Stack, so did I, until I dug a bit deeper. This publication describes the stack used by Si Stebbins himself and it's not the old favourite that we all know and love.

Not just a one-trick pony, a deck of cards set up in the Si Stebbins System can be used to build a complete card routine, consisting of many different card effects. Six such effects are described and explained in this text. Also included is a simple diary or planner with a named card at every date, which can be used in the "Planner Ahead" effect.

Plus you get a new, 'low maintenance' method...

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Mystic Alexandre
The Art of Performance in Magic and Mentalism by Mystic Alexandre

This was the first booklet I published way back in 2002 and it was born out of a lecture I did in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil where I ended by discussing The Art Of Performance In Magic And Mentalism and answering questions on the subject.

It's a brief manuscript with strong messages to reflect upon concerning principles that will enhance your rounded approach to becoming a respected performer.

In this manuscript I touch on the following questions:

  • Is There a Quicker Way To Become a Better Performer?
  • How Do You Keep Spectators From Messing You Up?
  • What Is The Most Important Aspect of Performance? ...
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Antariksh P. Singh & Waseem & Sapan Joshi
Hoax Issue 2 by Antariksh P. Singh & Waseem & Sapan Joshi

Hoax is a digital monthly magazine which contains workers. No pipe dreams, no overnight ideas, no impractical material. Inside Hoax you will find material that will be used. Explained in detail with clear photographs and video performances to help and make the learning process easier than ever.

This month we got to spend a little time with Ray Kosby. We also feature three most creative magicians: Aarsh Shah, Tharun Iyer and Praveen

Contents :

1. Sneak Peek Control: A very devious control. Easy and so good that it will even fool the magicians who think they know what is going on.


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David Devlin
Overboard by David Devlin

This incredible routine is pretty much a card act all by itself. There are several mind-blowing phases, and it is all done with a normal deck of cards. There are absolutely no gaffs whatsoever. The deck and the card box are the only "props" used, so you can have this on your person at all times, and be completely prepared to blow 'em away!

What began as a simple single-phase effect by Aldo Colombini, David expanded and added to it with inspirations from Aldo, Paul Harris, and Max Maven.

The aspect of this routine that David likes most is the "hands-off" nature of it. The spectator does pretty much all of the work....

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Jesse Lewis
The Pretest Progression Book 2 by Jesse Lewis

This is a guidebook for everyone who does stage or street hypnosis that wants to expand their toolbox and learn more about hypnosis and how it works.

Just Imagine Being Able To:

  • Do hypnotic pretests anywhere
  • Be Confident from the beginning with your tests
  • Know how to perform at a moments notice
…And that’s just for starters! Inside the ebook you learn how to perform these pretests:
  1. Steel Arm
  2. Lemon Test
  3. Hand to forehead
  4. Open Mouth
  5. Stuck mouth
  6. Stuck Foot
  7. Impossible to stand up from chair
  8. The invisible rubber band
  9. Locked hands version one
  10. Locked Hands version two
  11. Locked...
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Jesse Lewis
The Pretest Progression Book 1 by Jesse Lewis

You will Love Learning How To Do Hypnotic Pretests Anywhere and Any Time With Anyone
Yes even you can learn how to do hypnotic pretests quickly and easily.

Hypnotists all over the world have been creating pretests for years and years. Finally this is the one resource you need to do hypnotic pretests. Some people call these tests street hypnosis but they are really just hypnotic pretests disguised as real hypnosis.

I know what you are thinking "NOT ANOTHER STREET HYPNOSIS BOOK" And you are right that is not what this is. In fact I don't perform street hypnosis I perform stage hypnosis...

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Marc Paul
The Human Equation by Marc Paul

When this idea popped into my head I could not wait to try it out. I had a show the very next day and put this routine in. It was a storming success. You will not find any new methods here, although the principles in use are very well hidden. What you will find is a concept and presentation that I think is VERY special.

Recently thoughts regarding my own act have turned to making the whole performance more of an experience for EVERYONE in the audience. Performers who use any Q&A routine know that one of the appeals of such a routine is that it is a "Macro" effect. In other words everyone...

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Marc Paul
AAA Phone Mystery: Anywhere, Anytime on Anybody by Marc Paul

A piece of direct mind reading with an imaginary mobile phone.

A spectator is asked to think of a persons phone number. They are given a business card and asked to write the number on the card and then fold it into quarters with the writing inside. During this the performer turns his back so there is no chance of him seeing. Upon turning around the folded card is briefly touched to the performers forehead. The spectator is given a second business card and is asked to write the persons name this time. Again the performer turns his back and again when he turns around the folded card is briefly...

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Cristóbal Carnero Liñán
Living Key by Cristóbal Carnero Liñán

From the current close-up repertory of Cristóbal, this is the final routine with the Haunted Key. A demonstration of energy work or a bizarre effect of possession, you choose. The perfect Halloween effect. Use with caution: spectators will freak out.

This is not for the hobbyist, but it's an easy effect to perform if you have experience with this kind of techniques.


You give the key to a spectator who can feel how the key comes to life with his own energy. Finally the mentalist proves how the spectator and the key are now connected.


  • No extra props (only the key) ...
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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
RCTW: Card Through Window by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

This is an incredible card through window effect. The gimmick is easy to build and doesn't take that long to make, but it is a little project and will take some care to make well.

  • Use cards, photos, banknotes and other objects
  • The card is not behind the tape before the performance
  • Setup only takes a few seconds
  • Fits in your pocket
  • Perform it on almost any window including car windows

1st edition 2014, length 32 minutes

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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
LCOR: Linking Card On Rubber Band by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

Link a rubber band on a signed card frame with a flash of fire. Give this impossible object away as a souvenir. The gimmick is exceedingly clever and not too difficult to make, but will require some care and patience.

1st edition 2014, length 13 minutes

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Mystic Alexandre
Tingsha Offering by Mystic Alexandre

Please note that this download product does not include Tingsha bells.

The Tibetan term 'ting' refers to the ringing sound of metal, to the cadence of a musical note. 'Sha' means hanging or suspended. When the two pieces strike each other they produce this clear, pure, cleansing sound, which can be used to focus the mind before and after meditation.

Tingsha Bells create a meditative vibration, calling one into the here and now. The striking sound clears any disturbing energies bringing clarity to any space. They can call us to awareness, to mindfully remember who we are, and to recognize...

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Mystic Alexandre
Side Stebbin by Mystic Alexandre

Resolving the alternating color issue of the Si Stebbins stack

You can now use the easy Si Stebbins stack without guilt. The alternating color issue has been resolved. Use it with confidence. Continue to perform every effect you already perform with the Si Stebbins stack, with the alternating black/red color issue resolved.

Included in this updated PDF Alexandre's closely guarded presentation/effect using this stack (or any stack for that matter!) "MENTAL STEBBIN - The Predictive Physiological Anticipation Effect".

This was one of my first offerings to the Magic and Mentalism community...

★★★★★ $10
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Mark Leveridge & Graham Hey & Phil Shaw
Magicseen No. 59 (Nov 2014) by Mark Leveridge & Graham Hey & Phil Shaw

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Vol. 10, No. 5, no date [November 2014]; 64 pages

Cover: David Regal

  1. Welcome - editor's letter
  2. Readers' Letters
  3. Will Houston: School, Skills & Scorsese - interview by Graham Hey
  4. In The News
  5. A Quick Dip Into ... Audience Management - Gay Ljunberg
  6. In The News
  7. Remotely Speaking: The Miracle That Is--Animatronics - Mark Leveridge
  8. Masterclass
  9. Antony Britton: Hang 'em High!
  10. Dealer Shout Outs - Special 'extra' announcements from a few regular advertisers
  11. Ran'D Shine: The Man, the Myth, the Magician! - interview
  12. David Regal: Complex, Compelling & Cherished - cover story/interview...
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