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Tops 1963 Trick AnnualNeil Foster
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The Cerebral Approach: Book OneNick Conticello
Notes on the 18 Card Trick.
Nick Conticello starts a new series of ebooks on sleightless magic with a new take on the venerable 27 Card Trick. A card merely thought of by a volunteer is revealed at a position the volunteer requests at the start. This method uses just 18 cards and needs no complex formulas or tables, just a few simple rules. Besides the basic effect, Nick adds a presentation that elevates this item from a mere puzzle to a great card effect.
1st edition 2017, 11 pages.
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Scripted #11: Rising CardLarry Brodahl
A script and method for the Rising card trick where the spectator goes through the deck and selects the card to rise. Can be done within inches of the audience with no sleight of hand.
One of the more difficult tasks facing magicians is coming up with scripts - of any sort. A script that highlights the magic while still being relatable to the audience.
The effect is that the magician shuffles and then hands the spectator the deck of cards, while explaining that he's going to do a trick onehanded. The spectator HIMSELF removes one card and puts it face down on the table, and then gives...
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Trade Show WorkBrian T. Lees
Trade and themed shows take place all year long. If you have been to these types of shows you know people usually just stroll the aisle and only walk in when they want to pick up something free (candy), have an interest in the service/product or have questions. Vendors are turning to entertainment to help bring people into their display area.
The magician's job is to catch people's attention and draw them in. As you work with people, staff members will join the conversation. At one point, you pass them to the staff member. Then you move on and work at bringing more people into the vendor's...
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Manly MatrixDaryl Easton
This is a wonderful version of the classic matrix effect - four coins and four cards. Each coin starts under one card in 4 different places. Eventually all coins assemble magically one by one under one card. The description includes a beautiful display move which allows you to show a card in one hand while you hide a coin in the same.
length 5 min
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Mysterious Cross of IndiaDaryl Easton
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Magic that Points to the Upward LifeRev. Jim Dracup
Here is the third book in Rev. Jim Dracups gospel magic trilogy! The first two books, Magic With An Upward Look and Magic That Gives An Upward Lift have proven to be best-sellers. All the books in this three-book series are loaded with practical and audience-tested material. Each book contains so much material that you are sure to find an application for tricks you already own. (You will also find applications so perfect that you will convince yourself to buy the corresponding effect!) All of this stems from Jim Dracups extensive backgrounds in both gospel work and magic. Both have been his life work and these three books are the combined collection...
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Magic that Gives an Upward LiftRev. Jim Dracup
Magic That Gives an Upward Lift includes a section called "The Seed Basket". Here are many pages of outlines, ideas, quotations, illustrations and food for thought. This is material that can be incorporated into a patter line or story - or material that can be used just to inspire and get those brain cells working! Another special section of this ebook is called: "A Bit Of Humor". Over fifty pages of carefully selected gag lines, funny stories, daffynitions, puzzles, silly signs, one liners, etc. Special material for magicians and ministers and special material for an audience of children. ...
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Magic with an Upward LookRev. Jim Dracup
Jim Dracup is the author of a long out of print book, A Magician Goes To Church. That book has become one of the most requested and sought after works in the field of gospel magic. Since the publication of that first book, Jim has been gathering material and perfecting and polishing the routines that he uses on a day to day basis. That material has been published in the form of Magic With An Upward Look. This is the first ebook in a trilogy of gospel magic ebooks by Reverend Dracup.
Magic With An Upward Look contains only the best and the brightest material. There is, for instance, a chapter...
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Tricks with Prepared CardsDonald Holmes
Here are 19 clever and entertaining card magic miracles that can be performed with prepared cards. Explained are several amazing principles involving prepared cards, with ingenious ideas for their use. Also included, with special permission, are several creations by Ford B. Rogers, which were published in this book for the first time.
Here's what's included:
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The Berland Book of RoutinesSamuel Berland
Take your magic to the next level by incorporating one or more of Berland's beautifully choreographed routines into your act. This is magic that makes audiences, booking agents, and club owners sit up and take notice.
Not just one or two, but eight separate routines, using items already owned by most magicians. The performances are well-thought out, clearly described, and with 147 illustrations, easy for most any performer to understand and put to use. Just look at what's included:
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The New PremonitionEddie Joseph
From the introduction:
No matter how deep you delve into Magical history, you will not encounter another card effect similar to my "PREMONITION". When first introduced to fellow magicians, "PREMONITION" was greeted enthusiastically. Many knowledgeable members in the profession proclaimed its merits unstintedly. Others soon learnt of its singular entertainment potentiality and included it as a feature number in their acts. My files are full of laudable comments gathered from various sources. Two of these in particular I wish to record here. The first from that veritable human encylopedia of...
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Potpourri BundleNick Conticello
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70 Top Effects From 70 Years of Magician's MagazinesBrick Tilley
Brick Tilley has been a student of magic for decades. In particular he read magic magazines and kept notes about the best and most interesting effects, tips, tricks and articles. In this unusual ebook, he shares the 70 best and most interesting items to read, taken from eight magazines, spanning the last 70 years.
However, note that you are only getting the reference where you will find the article and a short description of what it is and why it should be of interest to you. You don't get the actual articles. You need to have the magazines to read the articles. Several of them are available...
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The New York City LectureUlysses Frederick Grant
U. F. Grant seldom did live lectures. One of the few he did was for the Magician's Guild of American in New York City on Oct. 13, 1952. These are the original lecture notes. These notes are very rare and almost impossible to find as they were sold only at the lecture and not distributed through magic dealers.
Here are the contents; none require any difficult sleights and all are easy to do.
Bombay Rope Cut: A cut and restored rope that involves tying no knots.
Zella Ring on Rope: A spectator ties the ends of a length of rope together. The performer then passes a borrowed ring onto...
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100% Magic NotesTroy Murphie
I attended the Pavel 100% Magic Lecture when he visited Sydney, Australia sometime around 2005. I traveled the 2 hr drive home after the lecture and made sure to jot down notes about the effects that I was impressed with before I retired to bed that night. In hindsight I wish that I had written explanations for all the effects, but it was not to be. So what we have here are 8 items from this lecture explained in my own words. Along with the 100% Magic Lecture 'pictorial memory aid' which contains diagrams of the routines, you should have no trouble following the brilliant thinking behind these eight items.
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A selection of some thirty varied tricks for stage, parlor and close up, illustrating practical examples of magical plots and their solutions.
These are lecture notes for one of Pavel's lectures. Most of the descriptions are pictorial. Pavel intended this as a memory aid for people who attended his lecture. The descriptions are therefore not necessarily complete or very detailed in all cases.
[You might also be interested in Troy Murphie's notes he took after seeing this lecture.
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The TournamentDavid Devlin
This is a card act rather than a single trick. It is a full-deck effect, tells a story, has audience participation as spectators become the characters, is full of magic, and has an ending that no one will see coming that will fry the audience. It is called, The Tournament, and it will convince your audiences that you are the greatest card cheat of all-time. There is no false dealing, which means that the dealing portions of this routine are all self-working. The finale of the act is a mind-blower and brings everything to a logical conclusion.
Two methods are provided, one which utilizes the...
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Super Prediction TricksRobert A. Nelson & E. J. Moore
You, too, can be a successful predictionist!
Publicity, such as headline news and front page stories are the lifeblood of modern show business. Super Prediction Tricks are proven top notch publicity-getters. Properly executed, they are the easily arranged and assured method of getting sensational publicity and news stories - publicity worth thousands of dollars.
This ebook of predictions and sensational showmanship has been eagerly accepted and highly praised by the members of the profession. You, too, will cherish it and utilize many of the fine effects. Hail to the man or woman who does...
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Deckless ACAANUnknown Mentalist
"Thank you for your kind hearted support. The royalties share received on this sale by me has been sent to Tim Rose to support him with his fight against cancer. I have never known Tim Rose. Came to know about his illness only through Lybrary newsletter. I feel that irrespective of whether performers are well known or unknown, they deserve our community's support equally." - Unknown Mentalist.A collection of 16 stunning routines based on the ACAAN theme.
The best part is that several of these routines do not use a physical deck at all. Some of these routines do use a physical deck...
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Lift: levitate a walletKevin Parker
A new way to lift a wallet. It's not what you think.
You won't believe the video. This is an ultra-visual, realistic levitation of your spectator's wallet, without thread. You levitate their wallet after asking if he's seen the various ways of 'lifting' wallets (pickpocket style). You offer to demonstrate a new method on his wallet, needing to see his wallet first to see if it's the "right type," just an excuse for you to lay the wallet on the table (or whatever surface) and make it lift.
Practicality: Super Easy. From beginning to end, not one gimmick is seen nor anything exposed that...
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Card College Light TrilogyRoberto Giobbi
The best series on self-working/sleight-less card magic now as a price reduced bundle. It is probably the most useful card series of all time, because it is not only ideal for the beginner to start learning and performing card magic, but also a wonderful series for professionals who want to renew their focus on strong and effective card routines, or for the busy professional who wants to add a couple of strong card effects without having to practice for months.
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Ploy is a way to indirectly obtain a piece of information your spectator is only thinking of without them ever having to say it out loud or write anything down.
You perform a thought of card effect where a card is taken out of a deck of normal playing cards, you either guess it exactly or get very close and are then able to automatically and effortlessly divine other information your spectator is merely thinking of, such as, which colour they are focusing on or their star sign, etc.
No this is not the usual ploy of writing on the faces of the playing cards to force a thought but is actually...
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PazAdrien Lochon & Fraser Parker
Paz is from the creative minds of Adrien Lochon and Fraser and is an ingenious way of divining the star sign of a spectator you have only just met.
They simply tell you which areas of their life they would like you to focus on during their reading; Involving Past, Present and Future aspects of their life, specifically. You are always able to not only give an accurate reading of the spectator but always end your demonstration with a perfectly clean divination of their exact star sign.
No letters or characteristics are named and nothing is written down or physically selected. This relies...
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