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Numerology NinjaJesse Lewis
Become a Numerology Ninja in one hour.
Give me one hour and I'll show you how to give amazing readings with people's numerology numbers. If you have ever wanted to give incredible numerology readings but were daunted by how many meanings there were, or if you were frightened off by the thick books of detailed meanings (I was!)... then this video will be a huge relief for you.
Imagine holding a person completely spellbound, hanging onto your every word, and finally being completely shocked at the incredible accuracy of a reading that you just gave them. Yes you. It is possible when you...
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Two Card StandChris Wasshuber
This is a card stand for two cards (or one jumbo card) primarily for close-up use. The stand is semi-transparent and hides the number index sufficiently so that one cannot read it. One can see that something is there but not exactly what. The cards do not sit completely upright but tilted back by 10 degrees to improve visibility in a close-up setting.
The stand is 17 cm long, 17 mm high and it has a semi-circular cross section. The depth of the slit is 13 mm - meaning the bottom most 13 mm of a card will be hidden by the stand. The stand is short enough to be carried in an inside jacket pocket. ...
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World's Best Clown GagsClettis Musson
This is a wonderful collection of classic clown capers, stunts, gags, sketches, pranks and other nonsense.
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David Devlin has come up with a very whimsical and clever effect that is simple to do and a blast to perform. This effect uses dice that are printed by the U.S. Playing Card Company. These are not normal dice. These dice have card suits and card values printed on them. They are called Poker Dice. These are readily available any place that games are sold and are very inexpensive. This is a great trick for use in walk around and restaurant performing.
Here is the effect: The performer brings out a deck and casually gives it a few cuts. A spectator gives the deck a cut but does not complete...
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The Nikola Card SystemLouis Nikola
The Nikola Card System is more advanced than either the Si Stebbins or "Eight Kings" card systems. Even upon close examination pre-arrangement seems impossible with this system.
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Classic Card Magic IPaul A. Lelekis
This e-book is the very first of a series of e-books to come, presenting my own versions of the classics of card magic. These simple, straight-forward plots will cover the gamut of card magic in this series of upcoming Classic Card Magic e-books.
Please keep up with this Classic Card Magic series and you will have a very strong base for your card magic performances, and a very nice array of magic effects...not just a "pick-a-card-find-a-card" type of theme.
I have brought some of the plots and patter, up to date...but in no way have I changed the bare essence of the effects or plots. Every...
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Superb TricksH. Adrian Smith
A compilation of effects by magic notable H. Adrian Smith including Modern Card Miracle, Magic Square, Twentieth Century Billiard Ball Trick, and an Effective Handkerchief stretch. 16 effects in all plus a introduction from Percy Abbott.
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The owners of this ebook can get Elemental 2 for a special price.
This is that rare routine which can be powerful even in the hands of a beginner. And for a pro this can become a reputation maker. Stunning impact and yet so easy to do that it can be performed within 10 minutes of learning. No sleights, no stooges, no preshow, no reset, instantly repeatable. Nothing is spoken or written down by the participant related to her choices.
About 40 cleverly designed and ready to print props are included. You may not actually need all these because you will only use 5 cards. But they are included as creative...
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Blindfold BonanzaJesse Lewis
Learn to master the blindfold in one hour.
Give me one hour and I'll show you how to use and master the blindfold for your mentalism routines. If you have ever wanted to perform an incredible blindfold act but were daunted by how to get the peeks, or if you were frightened off by the thick books of complicated routines (I was!)... then this video will be a huge relief for you.
Imagine holding a person completely spellbound, hanging onto your every word, and finally being completely shocked at the incredible accuracy of a blindfolded reading that you gave them. Yes you.
My name is Jesse...
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PS - I Love You: prediction systemSteve Shufton
"Steve, I got goosebumps. It's absolute genius!" - Chris Kavanaugh
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Forces, Peeks, Stacks and GaffsScott Creasey
Should a Mentalist use playing cards?
Good question and one which has been raging among Mentalists since Annemann was still going strong. In this book Scott has addressed that question and put together some of his favourite Mentalism card routines, covering effects with borrowed decks, stacked decks and gaffed decks.
You'll find no knuckle busting sleight of hand here; instead Scott has included some of his own routines taken straight from his professional mentalism repertoire, many of which no other magicians have seen until now. Some of the ideas are based on old effects given a new twist, but...
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5 Ways to Stop Your PulseDevin Knight
Please know that some of the methods taught in this ebook may pose a health risk to you, particularly if you are not in top health. We are supplying this information for educational purposes only and to explain how the fakirs do this. Use of these methods is done on your own risk.
This is the definitive work on the subject. Many magicians may know one method using a gimmick, but this PDF gives you five different methods for stopping your pulse. This can be a very effective effect for lay people and never fails to amaze. The psychic, Jason Michaels, used these effects for reporters to garner...
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Talk: palaver and patterVarious Authors
This ebook is a "Panorama of Professional Prose Palaver and Polished Poetical Patter". It is a collection of six previous Abbott publications:
PDF 127 pages
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100 Latest Tips on TricksMilbourne Christopher
This ebook is profusely illustrated by Ed Mishell and includes tricks, tips, presentations, publicity, patter and ideas. Clever and ingenious routines, many with standard props or none at all.
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Symphony: an experiment in associationSean Waters
Music and memories are made for each other. In Sean's routine, Symphony, he explores the power of associations. In this succinct ebook, Sean describes a manner to have a participant create an association in his mind with some familiar childhood tunes. In spite of the delightful freedom provided by the structure the performer will be able to reveal the thought-of tune; accurately and in memorable fashion. This routine is simple and easy to perform but resonates with power. This is a routine you will love to perform.
[Note that this routine is English language dependent.]
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Secrets of a Commercial Card MagicianPaul Gordon
"I have seen Paul performing many times now and I am amazed how he can captivate an audience with just one pack of ungimmicked playing cards. His act is full of comedy yet he cracks few jokes and above all he is a master of misdirection. I know no one else who sets off for top venues with his act in his pockets. As he says, "I wear my act". He takes a back up pack of cards and sometimes a couple of close up items and he is set for complete show." - Martin BreeseThis is a recording of Martin Breese interviewing Paul Gordon. You will hear stories from Paul's magic life, how he got into magic in the first...
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Labyrinth IllusionJon Gower & Mark Parker
Labyrinth - The Illusionary journey of a lady through ever changing narrow pathways within a small elevated structure ending with a surprising vanish.
This is the first published illusion design from Jon Gower. Jon has collaborated with his good friend Mark Parker, author of illusion books Vivify and 4E illusion Design.
Labyrinth came into existence in 2007 and was born out of the many "puzzle" illusions performed. Wanting get away from the usual "girl in a box" routine this effect has the premise of a girl contained within and travelling through ever changing narrow pathways created within...
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If you already own PsyConText or buy along with this, you will get this ebook for half price.
This is a chilling routine. Performer must use this with responsibility. The effect is a little enigmatic, a little eerie, a little emotional, a little bold, a little tragic but with a very positive climax and a positive take away for the participant. Of course, you can personalize this to suit your persona, performance style and situation.
A routine which has 5 multiple moments of spooky amazement. The theme is to liberate the troubled spirit of a departed celebrity. The process consists of a unique combination...
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The Best NestScott F. Guinn
The Best Nest - Scott's Borrowed Ring in Nest of Boxes routine is an absolute treasure! One of his pet performance pieces, you can use the routine with virtually any existing marketed set, or make up the DIY set as Scott explains, and save hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars. Scott has honed this routine over decades of performances, and it shows. Every little detail and nuance is given, along with subtleties and convincers that you won't find anywhere else, including a really easy and really sneaky way of making the audience believe the nest of boxes has been freely and completely displayed...
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Almost Real Mindreading FeatsDevin Knight
Do you want to look like a real minder and do feats that defy explanation, unless you could really read minds? Without having your spectators write anything down at any time. Then this release is just for YOU!
These are three Jason Michaels effects that have not previously been released. These were Jason's prime bread and butter effects that appeared to be real mindreading. They were used in newspaper offices for reporters all over the country. There are no gimmicks used. No math principles or fishing techniques used. These three effects convinced the skeptics and reporters that Jason was...
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ACAAN AccomplishedTimothy Wade
After fanning the cards to show they are mixed the performer places the deck on a small table or hands it to someone to hold, at which point he never touches or even approaches the deck again. Next, the performer, in order to prove no stooges are being used picks up a box that is filled with paper balls and slings it in an arc over the entire audience asking everyone to catch or pick up a ball near them. When a number of the audience are holding paper balls, the performer reveals that three of the balls have a second red paper ball concealed inside the white. When the three people find...
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This Is MagicLoring Campbell
Nicely illustrated routines of a full-time performer.
From the introduction:
"Why don’t you write a book on Magic?" I have been asked this question hundreds of times in the past several years, and my answer has been that I am too busy, or that I wanted to be the only Magician who did not write a Magic Book!
However, I have taken the time from my hundreds of shows en route each season to conduct a monthly column in TOPS Magazine and to write many articles and tricks for the Sphinx, Genii and Linking Ring. So when I was requested to compile all the tricks I had formerly written for these magazines...
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Effect: Using a full deck of playing cards, a spectator cuts to one card that the magician asks him to remember. He selects a second card by secretly spelling the name of his thought-of card, dealing one card for each letter, and pockets it. In the first climax, the magician is able to divine the card that the spectator is thinking of. In the second climax, the pocketed card and a prediction (tabled from the beginning) are revealed: They are identical!
No gaff. No sleight. Basically self-working. This routine uses a regular deck and an ordinary odd-backed card only. Everything can be examined. ...
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Key West MagicScott Xavier
A new look at some favorite topics in mentalism. From the favorite confabulation done with a phone, but needing no app all the way to a game of Russian roulette with a paintball gun and another with a glass of liquid!
Scott Xavier will take you through several mentalism effects he's added into his new resort show in key west.
1st edition 2016, 18 pages.
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