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Audacious 3: Bi-Fold MentalismAbhinav Bothra
Four excuses to hand out business cards as well as reasons to carry a bi-fold wallet.
Aware: A participant draws/writes a free thought on a card and without ever coming in direct contact (that's what the audience thinks) you know exactly what has been drawn/written.
B4C: Confabulation made compact.
ConFab: Squeezed B4C, so that it becomes easy.
Drawing D: An impromptu Drawing Duplication.
Q: What is Bi-fold Mentalism?
Q: What is a Bi-fold Wallet?
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Triple ThreatScott Xavier
Triple Threat is a collection of mentalism and magic effects that Scott Xavier has been working on for nearly ten years.
In this manuscript you will find a no gimmick coin in hand routine. This is as pure as it gets. When you leave behind the dirty work, you'll even be able to develop your actual ability to predict a game of guess which hand a coin is in. And.... You're always right! Plus, because in the other effects, there's no finale, now there's a kicker ending too.
You'll also get Scott's unique card stab using a crossbow. This is the actual effect that he uses to close his 4 diamond...
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The Skeleton of Jekyll and HydeDevin Knight
Most magicians are familiar with the Do-As-I-Do card trick, where both the magician and spectator select the same card from two different decks. This has been a staple of card magic for over 100 years. But can you imagine doing this with two dictionaries where both the spectator and magician select the same word?
Can you imagine doing this with no forcing of a word! It's possible using a long-forgotten secret from the 30s and updated for today's performers. Read on.
Let's assume you are the spectator and I am the magician. I have two identical large-print dictionaries. You chose a page...
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Psychic Match DivinationDevin Knight
Here is a new close-up psychic trick, using a new method, not used before to create this type of effect. You do this using a short tube cut from a regular opaque straw. It is ungimmicked. Also three ordinary wooden matches are colored to give you three different colored match sticks, red, blue and green. The matches sticks are all the same length.
One of the three different colored matches is placed into the straw tube behind the performer's back. The performer caps his thumb and first finger over each end of the straw tube and holds the same to his forehead.
He instantly names the color...
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The Ultimate Page ForceDevin Knight
How a page is forced during a book test is the most important part of the test. Unfortunately, most page forces are sadly lacking. Most appear contrived. Dice are rolled to determine page numbers, playing cards are used or math is used to determine a random number. This not what a real mind reader would do.
Other methods involve mis-calling numbers. If the audience realizes that the mentalist knows the page number, then the effect has dropped a few levels. Many people have read in books about secret cue lists and realize if the mentalist knows the page number, then he may have memorized the...
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Triple PlayPaul A. Lelekis
Two monster card routines and an exposé and a video of Paul performing and explaining the Bluff Pass in detail! Paul has the very best rendition of The Bluff Pass that never fails - even when you perform it for magicians.
1) KING PEN - Venture into a magical card adventure with the Notorious X card...a hardened criminal. He escapes prison but the two red King Guards chase him down and return him to prison. This routine is a lot of fun to perform and you will learn some cool sleights and displays that are very little-known but are extremely deceptive.
2) PARALLEL UNIVERSE - This effect...
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Eddie's Dumbfounders with CardsEddie Joseph
No skill - no sleights - no moves
From the introduction:
Now comes the question — Why bring all this in here? Merely to stress a point. ANY TRICK WILL BE CONSIDERED AN APPARENT MIRACLE WHEN THE CAUSE EVADES US. Pages and pages have been written in an attempt to define Magic. I will give it to you in FIVE words, "THE ART OF CONCEALING THE CAUSE". The better you are able to conceal the...
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The Single White DwarfScott Creasey
A multipurpose, innocent appearing, easy to make utility prop, that should be in the arsenal of every mentalist.
The Peek Envelope just evolved.
"Got it. Great stuff! Great thinking and a fantastic utility item!" - Greg Arce
With a nod to Bob Cassidy's original White Dwarf and his later White Dwarf Revisited Scott's Single White Dwarf peek envelope, does away with the second envelope, closes the window and instead uses a standard, security lined, single, white letter envelope which can be freely handled by the spectator and is suitable for stage, cabaret and close up.
This 45-minute instant...
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Production from Any Ungimmicked MagazineDevin Knight
Most productions are usually from some kind of suspicious looking box that screams magic prop. This is the old-fashion way, time to step into modern times and do away with fake looking boxes that look like something only a magician would have.
With this method, the performer enters with an everyday magazine, such as People magazine. It is held carelessly in his right hand. He flips the pages showing it is an unprepared copy of Time, People or any other publication.
In truth, it IS absolutely unprepared! He tears off the cover and shows it on both sides using just his left hand. He then...
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Scripted #5: Lie DetectorLarry Brodahl
Nick Trost's Automatic Lie Speller turned into two different scripts complete with by-play, jokes, and mystery.
One of the more difficult tasks facing magicians is coming up with scripts - of any sort. How do you explain to an audience in a reasonable manner how and why a deck of cards can detect and correct lies? Well, the author of How To Write a Script shows you how he used his methodology to write a script that successfully explains the power of Nick Trost's Automatic Lie Speller.
There are actually two scripts given. One is for groups where you want to involve more than one person, and whispering would...
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Linked and InsideRalf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
You punch a hole thru the corner of two signed playing cards. You clearly show both sides of the playing cards and instantly link them together! But that's not enough. You tear off one corner and make it vanish only to appear inside of the signed playing card while the spectator holds the cards in his hands! The corner matches perfectly. Give the cards away as a Souvenir. They will find nothing. Perform it close up and stand up. The gimmick is easy to build.
1st edition 2016, length 27 min
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Encyclopedia of MentalismRobert A. Nelson
The greatest and most comprehensive book ever written on mentalism and psychic entertainment. Every phase of its operation is exhaustively treated in detail.
Included is also the author's own time proven master system of mindreading. Easily applied and workable presentations for all types of audiences and situations are covered, whether it be for a small home group, a mental interlude in your present program or a complete theater or television performance.
Partial contents include a vast array of full stage theater presentations - Radio mentalism - Night club psychic entertainment - Hotel...
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TransitioningBrian T. Lees
Now for my next trick..... Ladies and gentlemen watch as I take this silk...... And now, right before your eyes I will...... For my next trick......
Announcing each and every trick you do during your show gets boring to the audience. Nothing makes you sound more generic then constant repetition. For that reason, magicians have come up with methods to create flow through their performance. The methods they use between their magic is referred to as transitions.
The three basic transition tools are: announce, lead and connect. This text identifies the three transitions and helps you use...
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Legacy Magazine 1Jesse Lewis
Following in the footsteps of some of the greats Legacy Magazine is a tribute to those that have come before and to those who shall rise in the future. Contained in the pages of this magazine for mentalists and bizarre entertainers are a wealth of knowledge about everything from effects to technical issues to business advice. Each issue will explore different aspects of what is on performers minds today.
In this issue:
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Rise Up is a rising card effect that uses a small gimmick that can be constructed at home with available items. It is easy to construct. You have full control over the rise. Stop the rise at your wish or stop it when spectators says stop.
1st edition 2016, length 12 min.
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This is a fun and informative article by an anonymous amateur magician detailing various mishaps of magic performances. Along the way we learn the modus operandi of all kinds of illusions, from Buatier de Kolta's vanishing cage all the way to the bullet catch.
This article was originally published in Chamber's Journal of December 16th, 1882.
1st edition 1882, 5 pages; digital edition 8 pages.
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For Ventriloquists OnlyPaul Stadelman
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Coin Glass and Coins AcrossJose Castineiras
Jose Castineiras is an accomplish young magician from Spain. In this download video you will get the full performance and explanation of two coin routines, Coin Glass and Coins Across, as well as his innovative use of the muscle pass.
"Jose is one of my favorite coinmen: the best muscle-pass I've ever seen, the best technique and execution transferred to many his personal routine...Great!" - Giacomo Bertini
1st edition 2016, length 26 min
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Card StalkingAl E. Smith
Another collection of pasteboard this-and-that crammed into 50-odd (very odd) pages pages. Actually, including titles and whatnot, there's 60-odd pages. Tricks, thoughts, subtleties and more. All specially cobbled together to tickle the palate of the discerning and infuriate the sad few who profess not to like card stuff. Nothing difficult, complicated or gimmick-strewn. A bit of fun for fun-inclined persons.
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Eidetic is a collection of four easy to perform yet hard-hitting, commercial routines that will leave your audiences utterly convinced that you have a super human memory skills that you can even share with them!
LOCI Revisited // Originally released as a stand-alone manuscript, LOCI is as close to the real thing as it gets. A deck is openly shuffled by the audience and committed to memory by the performer. First, you spot a card moved in the deck by a participant, and can even put it back in the right place. Then, you are able to recall the random order of any random suit. Finally, an audience...
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Why A Magic Square Should Not Be A Magic SquareUnknown Mentalist
The owners of Square Thrills can get this ebook for half price.
This is not about construction of a magic square. This is about presenting and representing a magic square in such a manner that the audience cannot uncover your secrets by doing a simple search on the internet, which is what is happening to most of the magic square routines these days.
5 solutions for alternative presentations/representations for a magic square are provided along with some bonus ideas.
A novel and self working routine is included which uses the magic square principles in a clever and unconventional manner but does not...
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StompRalf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Let someone choose a card, and then put the card back in the deck. The spectator himself can shuffle the cards, and then lay them on the ground, face down. You now claim to find the card, without your hands touching them. Now you step on the cards on the floor, and show the spectator a card, which is underneath your shoe. But It is not the card the spectator has chosen. But no problem. You step a second time on the floor, lift up your shoe, and now the card has turned into the one, chosen by the spectator!
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Stomp (German)Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Sie lassen eine Spielkarte wählen und geben diese in das Spiel zurück. Der Zuschauer selbst darf das Kartenspiel mischen und auf dem Boden mit der Bildseite nach unten Ausbreiten. Sie geben nun vor die Karte ohne mit ihren Händen zu Berühren zu finden. Nun treten Sie mit ihrem Schuh fest auf die ausgebreiteten Karten und präsentieren dem Zuschauer eine Spielkarte welche sich unter ihrer Schuhsohle befindet. Doch leider handelt es sich nicht um die vom Zuschauer gezogene Karte. Doch kein Problem. Ein zweites Mal stampfen Sie mit ihrem Fuß auf dem Boden und heben ihren Schuh erneut hoch....
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Magic of the IntroductionScott Xavier
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