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Marvelous Devil IllusionDevin Knight & Ulysses Frederick Grant
This is called the Marvelous Devil Illusion because you will marvel at its cleverness. Imagine producing the Devil, surrounded by a committee from the audiences, under test conditions. This is an almost forgotten U. F. Grant idea that has been revised and updated for today's magicians by Devin Knight.
Here is the original Grant ad copy:
Several people from the audience are invited to step up and surround a cloth cabinet. It is quite empty! While they are still watching the cabinet closely, from all sides, a person dressed up in a devil costume appears inside of same. He takes a bow, steps...
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Working With A ClownBrian T. Lees
There is something special about a magician and clown working as a team. Many years ago Mark Wilson, his assistant Nani Darnel and a clown named Rebo brought the Magic Land of Alakazam to life. It was a smash television hit. This ebook identifies the benefits of a clown/magician team. It also helps identify the ways a performance can be produced.
1st edition 2017, 19 pages.
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The Magic of Kli BanLouis E. Clibanoff
This long-lost work contains eight marvelous effects for magicians everywhere. There are mental-flavored mysteries (including a dictionary test and a billet experiment), a vanishing flower from buttonhole effect, and several card tricks of the miracle class where the magic seems to happen almost entirely in the spectator's hands.
This is actually two manuscripts bound as one: Magical Odds and Ends and Kli Ban's Routine with a Borrowed Deck. The original work is "unobtanium," with copies so scarce as to be virtually nonexistent. We're happy to bring these effects back to a new generation of...
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Call The WitnessRobert J. Gunther & A. Sydney Fleischman
Here are 22 funny, irreverent, off-beat magic and mentalism effects that are sure to get you noticed.
There's magic here with cards, dice, dictionaries, a paper giraffe, a restaurant menu ... even an Egyptian Scarab. Rarely does an ebook come around that's as much fun to read as it is to perform. This is just such an ebook. Here's a peek at what's inside:
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Abraca-Poof February 2017Brian T. Lees
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Rock Paper WinnerMark Elsdon
Rock Paper Winner - a brand new, minimalist approach to Rock Paper Scissors that uses just your business cards. All selections are done out of your hands and are completely free. And still you are able to predict the exact outcome with 100% certainty.
No gimmicks, no 'process', no dual reality, equivoque or any other nonsense. Three business cards, two players, one guaranteed outcome. The performer chooses nothing, but predicts everything. Everything can be examined and given away at the end. In fact you should - they're your business cards.
"You've tried the rest, now try the best! A...
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Conversation as Mentalism 4Mark Elsdon
Would you like to have in your repertoire even more killer effects that you can perform anytime, anyplace and without any props? Then rejoice! Mark Elsdon's new Conversation As Mentalism Volume 4 is just what you're looking for.
You will learn a brand new imagination-game using a borrowed finger ring, a dream sequence where the participant reads your mind, a way to hypnotize your shoe (!), an unbelievably entertaining prediction from mouth, an incredible over-the-phone revelation and much more! All new, incredible effects that have been designed with one outcome in mind - to amaze whoever...
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Dream PokerMark Elsdon
"Did I tell you about the time I won the World Poker Tournament? No? Maybe it's because it hasn't happened yet! But it will, it will..."
Dream Poker casts the spectator as the one with all the answers. He reveals three irrefutable facts about something that hasn't even happened yet.
In effect, you claim that you recently had a dream in which you won the World Poker Tournament. As confirmation of the yet-to-happen events in this dream you write down three pieces of information - the date and the year of your future 'win' and the final card that completes your hand and gives you victory....
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The Grow Devils PrincipleUnknown Mentalist
The Grow Devils Principle is a unique divination tool. A participant thinks of any word or name and the performer then proceeds to divine the exact name or word. This is what the audience will perceive from their point of view. It will seemingly appear like propless mind reading to the participants.
This Grow Devils Principle is a simple, sure shot, 3 step method for divining literally any thought of word or name in any category containing around 50-100 different words or names. All the necessary work to enable you to start performing this immediately has been done and included.
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The Living EndJ. G. Thompson Jr.
Over 200 different impromptu take-a-card trick endings.
From the introduction by John Braun:
He has definitely struck "pay dirt" in this book, which he has whimsically titled THE LIVING END. In simpler terms, this is an encyclopedic collection of endings for one of the most popular branches of Magic - the "take a card, look at a card, remember a card, think of a card, any card," opening.
Having completed this stage, the performer KNOWS either the identity of the card or its whereabouts in the pack, and sometimes he knows both. And, as John Northern Hilliard put it back in 1908 in DOWNS' ...
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Eye CandyBrick Tilley
The spectator selects, remembers, and returns a card to the deck. Without any unnecessary handling the performer counts down to its value, then spells the suit. The selected card is turned over at the end of this counting/spelling sequence.
Based on a trick by Frederick Mosteller in 1943 that used two decks. This is a streamlined and more commercial one deck version.
1st edition 2016, 4 pages.
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Private Studies VideoEdward Marlo
Ed Marlo performs and teaches some of his greatest secrets, gleaned from private footage.
This 60 minute video offers the richest, most complete teaching tape ever released of the world's greatest cardician, Edward Marlo, with over twenty-five quality ideas, moves and routines jam-packed into one video. Watch as Ed demonstrates and explains: Spectator Cuts the Aces, The Fifth Peel, Vanishing Aces, Shake the Spots Off . . . and much, much more. Ed Marlo lectures on Shank and Zarrow shuffle sequences and applications, gives advanced tips on card handling, and adds performances of items from...
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The Svengali FoolerDevin Knight
This is a new effect from Devin Knight's recent East Coast lecture tour. It uses a special Svengali deck in a way that magicians will never suspect. So you know, you will need to own or buy a Svengali Deck and gimmick it to do this trick. Take this to your next magic club meeting and puzzle the members.
EFFECT: The performer shows a deck of cards and mixes them. He invites a spectator to stop him as he deals the cards face down on the table. The person can stop him anywhere in the deal, there are no restrictions. The performer deals until the person says stop. The performer shows the card...
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Through The Drinking GlassMatt Mello
A participant sips ordinary water from a cup, and is able to taste what a second participant is drinking.
Conditions in place throughout the effect:
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Pins and NeedlesMatt Mello
Pins and Needles isn't your average Russian Roulette. First of all, it's funny. Until it becomes shocking! This mix of comedy and sudden drama will guarantee your audiences will be highly entertained.
Most effects in this plot tend to use disposable items, such as cups or bags, making them impractical for a close-up or walk-around scenario. Pins and Needles was created for this exact environment.
This illustrated PDF teaches the full presentation and script, as well as an insanely practical method to the Russian Roulette plot, allowing you to stay in complete control the entire time. ...
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Hull-A-Palooza: 25 Devilish Strategies of DivinationJon Racherbaumer
From the Preface:
Conjurers (as entertainers) are agents of simulated magical phenomenon. And most theorists would likely agree that such simulations should be direct and powerful. For example, the phenomenon is prophesying a mentally selected card, begins when the agent writes down or verbalizes a prediction beforehand. Next, a spectator names a card and, finally, the named card matches the predicted card. This magical result, as just described, is almost tantamount to telling a person what they are thinking as they are thinking it. This is an ideal outcome.
Our literature is loaded with...
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The Off-PrincipleN.I. Pectus
Sometimes we confuse progress and novelty. Not everything new is an improvement.
What the off principle offers is not newness but rather simplicity. The Off-principle is not trying to replace breaks, peeks or controls and yet it is making them less relevant. The off principle is not an advanced move or trick and yet it is able to improve almost every card trick. The off principle is complex in it s applications and yet simplifies almost any card trick you are about to perform.
Yesterday you used controls to keep track of the spectators card, now it is still possible but unnecessary. Yesterday...
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Psychic Show CancelledPaul Voodini
In this brand new manuscript, Paul recounts some of his greatest triumphs and most terrible failures as a performer! It is perhaps a little known fact that Paul started out as a children's entertainer, before moving into the realms of mentalism, tarot and palm reading, and seance and paranormal evenings. Here Paul relates tales from all areas that he has worked in. These are stories that will amuse and fascinate you, but they also act as lessons and learning opportunities too.
To the experienced performer, this manuscript will raise smiles of familiarity, whereas to the new performer or...
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Riven is a set of techniques for use with small post it pads (51x38 mm) which allow for a series of classic mentalism effects. From 1:1 close up and stage 'add a number' effects to predictions and word reveals, Riven will give you a set of techniques which only require the humble post it pad and a pen.
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A Message From The SkyHoward P. Albright
Here is an outstanding routine for psychic entertainers to provide a personal Zodiac reading. It will leave your client breathless! It seems incredible that you are able to divine so much information.
This attractive eBook contains seven practical, tested methods expressly for use under close-up and impromptu conditions, such as you will encounter at clubs, parties and private engagements. It's an absolute "must have" for your mentalism library for those opportunities where you can't rely on mechanical gimmicks or pre-show work.
No previous knowledge of astrology is required, nor are great...
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Burners 1: Geile Tricks, die funzenAlexander de Cova
Es sind in jedem Band über 60 Routinen, Tricks, Ideen, Moves und Gimmicks beschrieben, und das aus fast allen Bereichen der Zauberei. Es gibt (viele bisher unveröffentlichte) Tricks mit Münzen (u.a. die Scottish Coins Routine und meine Variante des Fred Kaps Chinese Coin Trick), Tricks mit der Okito Dose, mit Poker Chips, Färbemessern, Umschlägen, Karten, Kronkorken, Schreibblöcken, Zeitungen, Seilen, usw. Zusätzlich auch einige theoretische Artikel, die interessante Themen behandeln. Wer meine bisherige Arbeit kennt, der weiss, dass ich in meinen Seminaren und Veröffentlichungen immer eine breite...
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Sub Rosa 12Werner Miller
More tricks based on the binary and ternary number system. Miller also exploits figures that cannot physically exist, subtly reinforcing the apparent impossibility of his trick creations.
1st edition 2017, 35 pages.
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Australian AcesNick Conticello
This e-book offers three similar effects all based on a singular premise.
1. Australian Aces: The performer casually shuffles a pack of cards, then hands it to a volunteer. The performer need not touch the cards for the duration of this feat. The volunteer cuts off roughly a quarter of the pack. The volunteer names any Ace freely. He spells its name and gives the packet an Australian Shuffle. The last card he holds is the Ace he named! The volunteer now spells the word 'Ace' and the Ace matching the color of the named Ace turns up. Finally the volunteer spells the suit of the named Ace and...
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Distorted SiblingsDavid Devlin
A packet of red-backed cards and a packet of blue-backed cards are placed face-down on the table. It is explained that each packet contains the four kings and that one in each packet is face-up as a prediction. Two spectators each name a king. The named kings are in fact the face up kings. The kings are turned face down and it is shown that each king is in their opposite packets.
Each king is then placed back into its own packet. All four blue cards are together as are the red cards,...
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