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The Decksterity CodeMartin T. Hart
Perform two person telepathy card tricks. A tutorial - Martin T Hart's invisible spoken code for card tricks - requires two people to perform.
Secretly communicate the identity of any freely chosen playing card to your partner-in-magic as if you are using telepathic powers. Distance no object. This is a very strong effect.
Here is a spoken code that is so undetectable it fooled an audience of magicians at The Magic Circle in London.
Learn in a few magical minutes. The Decksterity Code allows you to perform all kinds of card tricks, even over the telephone, on a video call or while your...
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Basic TrainingIan Kendall
Between 2009 and 2011 a very special column appeared in M-U-M, the in-house magazine for the Society of American Magicians. Conceived to be an introduction to sleight of hand aimed at beginners, the thirty-six lessons ended up being one of the most detailed courses in conjuring to date. The topics covered included all aspects of magic; cards and coins, balls, ropes and cups, stand up and close up, interspersed with real-world performance hints and tips from someone who has spent time in the trenches.
This e-book version contains all thirty six Basic Training columns, plus two extra lessons...
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Flash LitesJim Sherman
This ebook is crammed with 40 usable routines, tricks, gags and effects using flash paper and flash bills.
This cornucopia of magical wonders uses that amazing pyrotechnic wonder, flash paper, to spruce up your regular magic, mentalism or music routine. This newly revised edition updates and expands the original material providing even more incentive to dig that package of flash paper out of your magic drawer and put it to use.
Learn this attention-getting magic today and be the life of any party or gathering.
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Some nice easy effects based on a rather recent force that is already widely known among mentalists. Some new ideas, some old ones probably, but most importantly, some new ideas for predictions and presentations, that make sense (and can be used for other forces).
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Sleight of Hand Rope TrickUlysses Frederick Grant
This is the first official release U.F. Grant made in 1928. This came before his 45 Tricks, and was an amazing rope trick well before its time that introduced the magic world to the genius of Grant. Very rare and seldom seen.
EFFECT: A length of rope is displayed measuring about 3 feet long. This can be passed for examination before and after the trick. The rope is taken and the ends tied together. The performer states the rope can be cut and restored in any section of the loop. He proceeds to cut the rope 3 or 4 inches from the knot and then restoring it there. It is again cut; this time in the center...
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Appunti sulle Forzature PsicologicheGiochidimagia
In questa guida o meglio in questi appunti, trovi una serie di nozioni, esempi, metodi, strategie per capire come funzionano le forzature psicologiche in generale, non solo forzare una carta ma un oggetto, una città, un nome, ecc.
La comprensione di questi appunti ti renderà in grado di utilizzare forzature psicologiche e crearne delle tue personalizzate.
Il manuale è adatto sia a chi è a digiuno totale del tema e anche a chi è appassionato di illusionismo e mentalismo e vuole integrare le sue conoscenze con nozioni di tipo psicologico.
Un manuale sicuramente non corposo come quantità...
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Which Came First: The Chicken or the Egg Bag?Michael Lyth
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Rising, Dancing and Floating SilkUlysses Frederick Grant
Do not confuse this with Blackstone's Dancing Handkerchief. This method does not have to be done on stage and requires no assistants like the Blackstone version does.
Borrow a handkerchief and a hat or use your own. Tie a knot into the handkerchief and toss into the empty hat. In a few seconds, the handkerchief peeks out of the hat and jumps into your hands. Place the handkerchief on the floor and it stands straight up by itself and starts dancing around. It jumps into your hands and then floats between your outstretched hands. The magician can even walk into the audience with the handkerchief floating...
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Abraca-Poof January 2017Brian T. Lees
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Hit the DeckF. V. Schoneck
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The Shank ShuffleEdward Marlo
Here is a deceptive, all purpose false shuffle that every card man will be able to do. Marlo's detailed steps of instruction brings this revolutionary technique into sharp focus and also gives you some very magical effects using it. Students of card magic will find this provocative, controversial treatise an important addition to Riffle Shuffle arcana. Newcomers will be introduced to the skills and workings of front-rank card magic.
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Rosemary's BabyCedric Taylor
Rosemary's Baby is my manuscript on identifying 4 objects using the participant as a stooge without them knowing they are a stooge. You can use this system as a pseudo-hellstromism presentation. For people who are interested in guessing 4 borrowed objects without the need of doing actual muscle reading or billet reading, this system is perfect for you. The best part, it's totally impromptu.
1st edition 2016, 7 pages.
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Create Your Own Marketing MaterialsBrian T. Lees
Create your own flyers, brochures and promotional DVD. This text takes you through a word processor, to image programs onto publishing. From publishing it teaches you how to build a slide show and finally converts that show to a DVD.
Written referencing Microsoft Word, Paint, Publisher and Power Point you can produce your own materials using your computer and printer. For those bigger duplications, you can provide "print/copy ready" materials saving set up and production charges.
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Newspaper TestGerard Zitta
An improvised book-test with a borrowed newspaper.
There are dozens of newspaper tests or predictions, but this one is different, improvised, and will be remembered as hands-off.
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Enthusiastic MagicCharles C. Eastman
This work by noted magic author and dealer Chas. Eastman contains 11 great effects and tips for performers of all skill levels. We think this could be the best value in magic today. Contributors include Tommy Tucker, James D. Taylor, Val Evans, Harry Valcarte, and more. Here's a look at the contents:
A Most Subtle Card Force - Spectator inserts a red-backed card into a blue-backed deck. The card at the selected position is actually forced. No slip force is used.
The Triple Mystery - A dictionary mental prediction with three climaxes!
Call It What You Like...
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Cartomancy: Fortune Telling Using Playing Cards with The Advanced Marsi SystemRobert Marsi
A reading system that gives you the necessary ammo to deliver a highly effective private reading for paying clients.
Have you ever wanted to be able to deliver a quick or full-blown reading for members of your audience or clients using something you carry every day, especially if you are a magician or mentalist?
If you are a magician or mentalist, have you ever considered maximizing the impact your card effect has on your audience, by giving your spectator a quick reading about themselves?
Or, if you've always wanted to learn how to give people readings using nothing but a deck of ordinary...
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This is a quick playing card divination effect. The performer divines the card merely thought of by the participant and the best part is that there is no need of any physical deck of cards. Just one single business card is used.
There are no sleights, no stooges, no preshow, no peeks, no impressions, no outs, no tears. Nothing to reset and instantly repeatable for other participants.
The method is an old classic reworked for this effect. The underlying principle is very flexible and can be put to multiple uses with a little creativity.
A new design shared by Michael Lyth is included. Another cool...
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Ad Rem 5Werner Miller
[Die Effekte überlappen sich zum Großteil mit der Englischen Sub Rosa Serie.
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Ed Marlo ConfidentialEdward Marlo
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Chicago Bar MagicRandy Wakeman
Performed by Randy Wakeman before random, live audiences . . . then explained and taught in full detail.
Over the 1950s, 1960's, and through the 1970's a brand of bold and direct close-up magic was developed in Chicago, Illinois. These effects were known for simplicity, clarity, and strength of effect, and the powerful response they elicited. Chicago magical legends Don Alan, "Heba Haba Al" Andrucci, "Senator" Clarke Crandall, Frank Everhart, Jack Murray, Johnny Paul, James Patrick Ryan, and Matt Schulien forged their reputations with these effects, and now you can too.
While these quick, direct, simple, baffling effects...
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How To Make Money With ThumbtackZachary Gartrell
The result of the 5 years working in the Thumbtack online market place Zachary Gartrell has written the guide to making more money and booking more shows using Thumbtack.com. Inside you will find a step by step guide to setting up a strong profile that sets you apart from other users on the site. Next, Zachary guides you through the process of sending convincing quotes that will get you hired.
Thumbtack is a competitive marketplace that connects service professionals with customers. When a customer uses Thumbtack, they type in what kind of service they want and offer some details about their...
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Instant InfinityUnknown Mentalist
Based on a classic principle, the 4 routines explained in this ebook can become reputation makers for you. Right from a rank beginner to an experienced professional, any performer can adapt these routines to his/her stature and pull off these seemingly impossible card mentalism miracles.
There is no sleight of hand and all the routines are totally hands off. The principle is completely self-working and almost impromptu. Only ordinary decks of playing cards are used - no gaffs or gimmicks are needed. The bonus is an esp routine performed with an ordinary esp deck.
No preshow. No stooges....
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The Flying Carpet IllusionUlysses Frederick Grant
The Flying Carpet Illusion - U.F. Grant's updated floating lady with a kicker.
The carpet and the spectator revolve in mid-air at the same time. The spectators see all sides. A small platform on casters is rolled to any spot on the floor desired. Resting on the platform is a beautifully decorated two-fold screen. It supports a platform with gold fringe representing a carpet. The carpet seat is tufted and padded for comfort, and it shows up well at a distance.
A person weighing up to 110 pounds sits cross-legged on the carpet. Then two chrome-like swords are placed on the bottom platform...
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Duplica is a perfectly pure method for reading minds.
Using just an index card, an envelope, a pen and the knowledge in this manuscript, you will be set to create a devilishly deceptive moment of mystery at any time. José has refined this method through many years of performance and in stripping away all the unnecessary movements and illogical elements of some popular techniques, Duplica was born.
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