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Nick Conticello
The Catch-All Principle by Nick Conticello

[Note: If you purchase this together with Sunken Treasury: Part 1 and 2 and Sunken Treasury: Part 3, 4 and 5 you will get The Catch-All Principle for free. Discount is automatically applied in the shopping cart. Also applies if you have purchased the entire Sunken Treasury in the past.

The Catch-All Principle allows you to covertly position a free selection at a predetermined position in the deck. It does this with the help of two key cards. The real strength and novelty of this principle is that at crucial moments the spectator is free to cut the deck, which makes it seem impossible that the selection will end up at a predetermined position - but it does.

Perhaps the best use of this principle...

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Jack Lamonte
Stunts with Stage Money by Jack Lamonte

From the introduction:

Every magician will have many ideas for the use of Imitation Notes with his Magic ... Notably the ever popular apparent destruction of a borrowed bank note. Such an effect is a traditional one in Magic ... only a magician is crazy or skillful enough in the eyes of the audience to burn or tear a treasury note ... it is direct in appeal and one which always registers with an audience. It is the magic ... or miracle in the eyes of some ... which they expect from a Magician. It is up to the magician to make the most of his effects and the use of Imitation Notes in Treasury...

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Dustin Dean
The Magician That Became The Mentalist by Dustin Dean

The Magician That Became The Mentalist, is a collection of workable material and ideas that I have created over the past few years. I share with you some of my most used, original routines that I use in the real world. I also share some of my thoughts on mentalism and magic. This includes the importance of performance, dual reality, simplicity, and much more. In this ebook you'll find useful effects and advice, whether you are a magician, mentalist, or in between! I even share a new principle never before seen in mentalism or magic. A principle I named the "WatchStop" principle that can be adapted...

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George Armstrong
Tricks of the Trade by George Armstrong

If you are familiar with Magician's DIY Tips and Tricks then Tricks of the Trade is written with a very similar idea in mind just 60 years prior. It describes a multitude of DIY tips and gimmicks and improvements for the magician.

It describes things like:

  • How to turn a sock into a billiard ball holder.
  • The two ingredients to make fake beer.
  • How to clean cards.
  • How to make a candle shell.
  • How to make coin holders from pins and safety pins.
  • How to make colored flash paper.
  • etc.
It closes with a section on stage make-up.

1st edition 1949, PDF 22 pages.

★★★★ $4
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Ross Tayler & Fraser Parker
Ouija: billet-less name guess by Ross Tayler & Fraser Parker

As close to real billet-less name guess.

Imagine... In the course of a routine, during a close up performance, you get the spectator to focus on the name of someone close to them. They name a few random letters, including letters from the name. The name is not written down anywhere and exists only in their mind. And you instantly tell them the name they are thinking of.

This is exactly what you DO. There are no billets, tears or peeks. Simply the words you use and the illusion they create, are all you need to be able to accurately guess a name, most of the time. Like real mind reading,...

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Rupesh Thakur
Victory Cartons by Rupesh Thakur

Effect: A cardboard tube/box is opened and placed on the center of the stage. A slightly larger cardboard tube is opened and placed over the smaller box. After a magical gesture a person jumps out of the boxes.

1st edition 2015, 7 pages.

★★★ $0
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Maxwell Murphy
Everything I Know About Marketing Magic (Preview) by Maxwell Murphy

This is the first chapter from Maxwell's ebook Everything I know about Marketing Magic. Any creator, producer, manufacturer and retailer of magic should read this insightful ebook.

1st edition 2012, 20 pages.

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Matthew Leatherbarrow
Sticky Trip by Matthew Leatherbarrow

Effect: The magic-man reaches into his pocket and removes one solitary playing card say for example, the Ace of Diamonds. Draw on the back of this playing card is a rudimentary stickman. The performer goes on to explain that "the stickman lives on this card, the Ace of Diamonds is his home", as this is explained the card is shown clearly on both sides. The performer then goes on to say "like all other people, Mr Stickman likes to go on holiday". With one quick shake the stickman drawing disappears from the back of the Ace of Diamonds which is then placed face-down on the table. The deck of cards...

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Gerard Zitta
Cool Hot Pocket Mysteries by Gerard Zitta

This product bundle includes three items, with more than 15 effects that can be carried in your pockets.

Cool Mysteries impromptu, requires no special props or preparation. The two other ones need some one-time preparation (only one effect needs a special gimmick): Pocket Mysteries, Hot Mysteries.



  • Elimination
  • The bills trips mystery
  • Hands off my Lady!
  • Guess my card
  • Take my order
  • Any candy at any number
  • Monty Hall dilemna (V1)
  • Flash at Carnival, Nice 1932
  • Free will ( V1)
  • Color healing
  • SVP
  • The hypnosis system
  • The die is cast
  • Chair'Z ...
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Steve Sanders
Take A Chance by Steve Sanders

Take a Chance is a collection of five entertaining and unusual magical routines all based around the Monopoly board game.

Lucky or Not
After you and the spectators mix the Community Chest cards you can decide who is going to be lucky and who will be unlucky.

In the Money
The spectator has a free choice of any property on the board. Yet the prediction envelope contains the correct amount of money.

Hotel Okito
An Okito box routine where a little green house always finds it's way to the red hotel. Penetrating the brass box and even going through a full box of playing cards. Eventually...

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Joe Stuthard
Stooging Around by Joe Stuthard

From the introduction:

By daring to write a booklet on the subject of stooges, I realize that I am liable to cause a great deal of heated discussion among magicians all over the world. No magician deplores the use of stooges more than one who has never used them! That same magician will, nevertheless, often rely upon the use of a faked deck of cards or, if he is an illusionist, he will proudly point to the speed with which his assistants make use of the trap in the stage. What is the difference between the use of such subterfuges and the use of an accomplice or stooge? If the same effect...

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George Armstrong
Premonition: an amazing mental card routine by George Armstrong

[Eddie Joseph and George Armstrong both published this effect in 1949 under the same name: Premonition. The effects are identical and the methods are also pretty much identical except some minor details. Since George Armstrong describes his inspiration and when and where he developed it, while Eddie Joseph does not, I believe George Armstrong to be the inventor of this method. George Armstrong's inspiration was an effect from Greater Magic by Bill McCaffrey. But already Hofzinser has a similar routine Domination of Thought from his Card Conjuring.

A spectator names a card. He is asked to take a pack of cards from the table, remove them...

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Unknown Mentalist
Karma Deck by Unknown Mentalist

Now Karma Deck is the #1 Bestseller Stack on Lybrary. Karma Deck owners can also get Karma Deck Pro for a special price.

Karma Deck is now expanded to six unique variations and included is a novel method of using CHaSeD in a random suit pattern. Deckcelence is available in combination with Karma Deck for half price. Amazers with Karma Deck is also available in combination with Karma Deck for half price.

With an introduction by Richard Osterlind:

The new "KARMA DECK" is something I find very intriguing! Without having to memorize a single thing, the author has come up with a clever idea that will allow you to know the position in...

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Dee Christopher
PYO Book Test by Dee Christopher
"Dee shared with me this concept and I must say that is really something smart and revolutionary. Being able to spark your own creativity and let the book fit your persona as performer and not in reverse. I did this years ago with my own book tests (in Spanish) but in here Dee is giving you all that work and much more. I recommend without a doubt this great release." - Pablo Amira (Mentalism Author)

"You should be charging WAY more for this!!" - Alan Rorrison (Consultant for Dynamo & Troy TV shows)

The book test is a classic in mentalism and mental magic. Every professional show demonstrating the power of mind...
★★★★★ $19.98
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Mark Leveridge & Graham Hey & Phil Shaw
Magicseen No. 62 (May 2015) by Mark Leveridge & Graham Hey & Phil Shaw

To subscribe to Magicseen click here.

Vol. 11, No. 2, May 2015; 60 pages

Cover: Anthony Owen

  1. Editor's Letter
  2. What's Inside - contents
  3. Anthony Owen: Killer Magic - cover article/interview - Graham Hey
  4. 60 Second Hero - Casper Van Dien
  5. Letters
  6. Next Issue
  7. From Svengali To Count Zapik - book review
  8. On The Psychiatrist's Couch with Mark Shortland & Dr. William Phipps-Clarke
  9. Pros & Cons - To pre-set your performing clothes with close up props at home or take everything in a case and set them when you arrive? - Mark Leveridge
  10. It's A Giveaway - Promoting Yourself Through Novelty - Mark Leveridge
  11. I Wish I Was Andy Frikkin' Nyman ...
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Rupesh Thakur
Facebook Prediction by Rupesh Thakur

[Note: Rohit Gupta contacted us in 2018 that he created and published the same method in 2014, predating this publication. We checked and he indeed published it at that time and should therefore be credited as the originator of this method. Rupesh Thakur maintains that he independently created the method, which for anybody who is familiar with Facebook would not be that hard.]

Casual predictions:

Predict anything you want. From a visit to a planet of choice of your friend, to presidential elections to rugby matches, to superbowl results, to even a sweet little prediction if your newborn baby is going to be a girl or a boy - surprise your spouse, or grandma. Imagine making a prediction to your mom what dish she will cook tonight. Long ago before she even enters kitchen. From all types of fun little sweet predictions to serious professional predictions.

Corporate predictions:

How about you predicting a business meeting outcome? How about prediction...

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Scott Xavier
Guide to Car Camping and Street Performing by Scott Xavier

Car Camping (n)- the use of motor vehicles to get to a camp site is popular in many parts of the world. Unlike more traditional backpacking, car camping allows you to bring more equipment, and less need to focus on tents, while staying focused on enjoying the site, cook-outs, day hikes, and other outdoor activities. Popular with buskers and street performers as a cheap and efficient way to travel.

This is the guide of my spring tour 2015 street performing in new Orleans and Florida. In this ebook I'll share some fun pitches, friends, car camping techniques, and secrets that every busker should...

★★★★ $12.95
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Devin Knight
Disintegration Tube by Devin Knight

Effect: One of the most novel vanishes of a silk or bill ever created. Performer shows a small metal tube and inserts a silk handkerchief or borrowed dollar bill into it. Suddenly, the tube disintegrates and falls onto the table as loose rings! The silk or bill has vanished. Your hands are seen to be empty. This makes a stunning vanish of a silk if you sprinkle confetti over the tube, then let the loose rings and confetti cascade onto your table top. At the end everything can be examined. The spectators will have no clue as to how the rings were just a solid tube a few moments before.


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KC Card Co
Blue Book 1960 by KC Card Co

Just 15 years after WWII, life was good. As the world rebuilt itself, prosperity reigned. Returning soldiers who needed an outlet to keep their competitive edge found what they were looking for in gambling. Neighborhood poker games, back-alley craps, and illegal casinos were everywhere if you knew where to look. Grifters followed the money trail, too, and not all of them relied on skill. Many used devices such as holdouts, shiners, gaffed cards and crooked dice to ensure that they fleeced the lambs just as surely as if the marks openly handed their cash to the swindler.

Catering to the demand...

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Allan Ackerman
The Esoterist by Allan Ackerman

This is number two of the Paul Diamond "Gems of Magic Book" series.

Roger Klause writes in his foreword:

Those of you readers who have had the opportunity to study and benefit from Allan's first work, Magic Mafia Effects, and those of you who have had the more fortunate experience of witnessing this young man's remarkable ability with the pasteboards will certainly welcome this treatise with great eagerness.

Should this be your first encounter with Allan's literary efforts please be assured that each and every premise contained herein has been given the acid test before some of the most knowledgeable cardmen...

★★★★ $10
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Frederick L. Kraft & Arthur Kraft
Magneticoins by Frederick L. Kraft & Arthur Kraft

This is number one of the Paul Diamond "Gems of Magic Book" series.

Featuring a varied collection of the authors' novel creations, adaptations and presentations in the new and fascinating field of magnetic numismatic legerdemain.

  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Cup-Penetration
  • Fickle Nickel
  • Sucker Three Coin Monte
  • Nerves Of Steel
  • Copper-Silver Extraction
  • Coin Purloined
  • Comedy Coin Divination
  • Permeable Kneecaps
  • Psycho-Matic Camera
  • Be A Better Bettor
  • Hippity-Hoppity Coin
  • Copper-Ation
  • Half Gone
  • Okito Coin Box Outdone
  • Osmotic Penny
  • Magne-Tic-Tac-Toe
  • Sympathetic Nickels
  • Glossary

1st edition...

★★★★★ $10
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Paul A. Lelekis
Six Easy-To-Do Card Miracles by Paul A. Lelekis
"Paul has a rare gift of taking simple effects and turning them into Stunners! SIX EASY - TO - DO CARD MIRACLES is No Exception!" - Bob Solari
Six amazing effects that you will proudly perform. Five of these effects are very easy to do...but Ghost Collectors will provide a challenge for the card guys.

All of these card effects are routined for performance for any audience - complete with patter. At only $8.00, you will have six "workers" on tap that you will love to perform - and, you can use a borrowed deck. How's that?!

Also included is an Introduction in which Paul provides a deep...

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Ronald Wood
Everyone Picks The Aces by Ronald Wood

Cooking instructions:

Open a Larry Jennings packet. Sprinkle a little from a Roy Walton packet. Add a full pack mixture of 52 cards and a little audience participation.

Cook for an entertaining 3 to 4 minutes for a delicious, fun tasting yummy routine.

For an extra mouth watering enticement! Add two (YES! TWO!) little beautiful BONUS impromptu Yummies!

1st edition 2015, 9 pages.

★★★★ $5
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Mike Kempner
Silent Whisper by Mike Kempner

Honesty. Integrity. These words form the foundation of our society. Without people being honest and without people having integrity, our world would crumble into a place of bad intentions and negative actions. In this routine, you will apparently hypnotize a spectator to not resist lying, even when pressed to tell the truth. Good thing it’s just “hypnosis”, as your power to control the intentions and actions of people in this act will have people believing that you can truly alter the way in which society operates in a world characterized by both truth and deceit.

Specifically, you...

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