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Coalesce is a scripted 30 minute act of prediction, pseudo-hypnosis, mind reading (both by performer as well as the participant).
It only needs:
ATCC :: A hybrid of a card trick and the plot spectator as mind reader dressed in the clothes of...
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IGG Instant Gig GetterUnknown Mentalist
This includes physical gimmicks which will be shipped to you. The pdf can be instantly downloaded from your digital shelf.
IGG - According to Wikipedia "This is the most common type of antibody found in humans. It protects the body from infection."
IGG - Here this means "Instant Gig Getter". It insulates your performance from potential spectator disinterest. It also 'infects' your participant with absolute amazement.
IGG is an instant killer. You could ideally do this for someone from whom you may be soliciting a gig - an agent or a VIP client etc.
Right in the beginning, you push...
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PDF & softcover
This is Anthem Flint's first ebook. It covers the art of using a pendulum in the real world and in performance. Anthem Flint begins by teaching you how to make decisions using the pendulum. Then, he shows how to help others make decisions with the pendulum. From there he moves onto jaw dropping and emotionally powerful routines that will stick with you wherever you go. Anthem teaches hard-hitting mentalism with emotional undertones, an unwritten Q&A, and mental magic routines that will leave your audience floored. Anthem has been fooling even the most learned magicians with his 1 in 52 routine....
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Bad Influence: Before Computers Series 2Bob Farmer
Before the proliferation of multi-card, back-changing face transforming packet tricks, Bob Farmer created a template known to only a few, here revealed for the very first time for the many is the secret.
Effect: A small packet of Jokers changes color from red to blue to green to yellow to all different colors. The faces then change to kings. No special cards are required. No thick blocks of cards are used. All changes are instantaneous.
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9-2-1 PredictionFranz (Ronnay) Rosensteiner
A very easy to do prediction effect with a surprising ending.
The performer introduces ten cards and deals them into a face-down packet to prove it. He hands the packet to a spectator and asks him to think of any number between one and ten. The cards are then cut by the spectator and shuffled. Then they are laid out in a face-down line. The performer asks the spectator to, for the first time, announce the number he thought of, then counts along the line to that number and pushes out the card lying at that position. (Note that this is a real count that can be done from the spectator - absolutely...
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Ghost StorytellingJim Kleefeld
Five haunted tales for bizarre magic performances. Includes the full script of each 5-10 minute story plus information and complete instructions on how to make and use a correlated magic effect in each presentation. Includes stories from Jim's professional working repertoire, The Invisible Man, Aunt Cora's Haunted Toy, The Ghost of the Lafayette Hotel, The Steampunk You, and the eerie, nostalgic and scary For Whom The Bell Tolls. Audience-tested routines just as they are used by Jim in his bizarre Ohio Spirits programs. Also includes a section on how to put together a spirit show, where to present...
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Money from MagicWill Alma
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Giochi di MAtTE, MAtTi, CArte PITturateBiagio Fasano
Prezzzo Promozionale introduttivo, valido fino al 16 Settembre 2018 : solo 10$! Dal 17 Settembre Prezzo Standard: 20$.
Quella che troverete é una mia raccolta di cinque effetti di cartomagia, ispirati dai lavori di Pit Hartling e Juan Tamariz, accomunati dal fatto di essere tutti di semploice esecuzione e derivanti da un principio MATEMATICO, anche se molto bene cccultato.
In particolar modo vado molto fiero di aver apparentemente scoperto un nuovo principio matematico riguardo i miscugli faro ed anti-faro (dalle ricerche che ho svolto finora e secondo il parere di alcuni esperti italiani...
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Magicseen No. 81 (Jul 2018)Mark Leveridge & Graham Hey & Phil Shaw
Vol. 14, No. 3, July 2018; 60 pages
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Proudlock's Sympathetic SilksEdward Bagshawe
Now you, too, can present this award-winning silk routine in your show.
Here is a beautiful routine using two sets of three silk scarves that magically knot and unknot themselves "in sympathy" with each other ... even from across the stage. Best of all, you can do this with your own silks, as they contain no hidden pockets, sewn-together pairs, or similar fekes.
Edward Proudlock's Sympathetic Silks are a joy to behold, no less to the magician than to the uninitiated beholder. That it was a feature of Proudlock's act for 15 years is a testament as to its beauty and strength. Anyone who...
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Blindfold Message ReadingRobert A. Nelson & B. W. McCarron
Arguably the most convincing - and simple - means of performing a sealed billet reading act.
There has always been a consistent demand for a good billet reading routine that can be presented under practically any circumstance, yet has sufficient effectiveness to accomplish its purpose. This method, we feel, meets these requirements most effectively. The means of presentation are varied and elastic. For instance, unprepared envelopes and slips of paper are passed to spectators to write their questions and name thereon. These are folded by any spectator and sealed within the envelopes. The...
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Swinger's PartyTC Tahoe
TC has thrown a party, a pendulum swinging party and his guests have brought to this party some of the best material you will find on "the most underused tool in mentalism".
There is a little something for everyone, whether you are looking for story-telling magic, mentalism, or even tips on how to use this fascinating tool.
So whip out your pendulum and start swingin'!
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Scarne Thinks AgainIan Baxter
Here is a 21st Century version of John Scarne's Think-A-Card, published by U.F. Grant back in 1938. Whereas Scarne's version relied on the convenience of writing predictions on cigarette papers, Baxter completely dispenses with this quaint idea with a new, slick presentation.
Daley was really fired up about this highly effective mental test from the ingenious Scarne: "You are about to become the possessor of a rare and beautiful gem in mental magic" he enthused. "Simple in its modus operandi and yet so tremendously effective...an almost perfect demonstration of mind reading."
Scarne, a universally recognized...
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Scripted #21: Add a NumberLarry Brodahl
A routine and script that (with an assist from Mel Mellers), transforms a rather dry piece of mentalism into a fun and entertaining piece of magic.
The plot of the Add-A-Number effect doesn't lend itself to the magical performer, as the audience knows that they're watching tricks, not psychic phenomenon, which means that the presentation of "seeing the future" isn't as effective as it could be.
Plus, the method is closely tied to the revelation. How could you predict a number unless you somehow knew what everyone would write or you switched the numbers?
This script - with a huge...
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Susy and the City SlickersJack Lamonte
This is a close-up novelty that you can print yourself and which can be done anywhere at a moment's notice, a cute bar stunt with comedy, plus a touch of mystery. You can do it as a table trick, or in fact anywhere you can get an audience. An ideal pocket trick. Or you can print the provided sheet as large as you want and perform the trick for a larger audience or on a stage.
An illustrated square of paper is shown and the pictures of "City Slickers", "Susie" and "The Wolves" are described with amusing patter as the sheet is folded into a small package. With one single cut the folded paper...
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Life Savers and Dollar Bill MysteryDevin Knight
If you like the effect of bill in lemon, but not all the mess it creates, then this is for you. It's a borrowed bill to impossible place, with the spectator given multiple choices.
Five sealed rolls of Lifesavers are placed in a candy dish and left in full view of the audience at all times. A dollar bill is then borrowed from any spectator who reads off the serial number of the bill while the performer writes it in full view of the audience on a whiteboard. Whiteboard with the serial number is left in full view so that all may see it at all times. No miscalling of numbers here, as the spectator...
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Abraca-Poof August 2018Brian T. Lees
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What Is In A Name?Flip
1st edition 1988, 15 pages; 1st digital edition 2018, 25 pages.
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Lorento's Wizard's GuideLorento
This is a fairly typical magic book from the 19th century. It mixes magic tricks and illusions with science experiments. Due to the fact that back then many did not have a basic understanding of physics and chemistry, many of these exhibitions of science appeared like magic.
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The Dramatic Art of MagicLouis C. Haley
Subtitle of the book is: A series of artistic conjuring experiments fully explained in detail and supplemented by a preachment upon the art in the form of original essays upon the subject, The Actor Magician.
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Best of BelcherLen Belcher
Len was a creative and innovative magician who came up with a number of engaging routines for mentalists, kid shows, and family performers. Here you will find mostly stand up routines.
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Feature Magic for MentalistsWill Dexter
Great mentalism routines most don't know about.
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Card: penetration effectThanh Leeto & Sam Hoang
$11to wish list
Magic BottleSam Hoang
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