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Think 2.0Silas Linden
Silas offers his new approach to propless "think a card".
Think (Silas first release) was a new, direct and prop-less method for being able to divine any playing card thought of and now with Think 2.0 he offers a new approach that you can even combine in a two-phase routine to read minds twice.
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The ExpositorWilliam Frederick Pinchbeck
A series of letters, between an unidentified friend and his correspondent (William Frederick Pinchbeck) comprising of how to train a pig, invisible lady and acoustic temple, philosophical swan, penetrating spy glasses, several magic tricks, such as how to catch a bullet, and reflections on ventriloquism.
This book includes the first known description of the "Eight Kings" card stack.
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A Head Full of BooksMark Elsdon
A Head Full of Books has actually replaced the Hoy book test as my go-to casual mind-reading effect.
Whilst visiting someone's home (or in a bar or coffee shop that has books on the shelves) you ask someone to select any book from their library or off the shelf. He opens the book to any page and reads the first few lines to himself while you look away.
Without touching the book you immediately reveal what he just read! It's that clean.
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La Vellma's Vaudeville BudgetDavid J. Lustig
For magicians, mind readers and ventriloquists
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The ClassicsAldo Colombini
Lecture notes with great advice and eight wonderful routines by master entertainer Aldo Colombini.
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Oralgami: four strange storiesDave Arch
A series of four visual ghost stories with a magical paper folding twist particularly suitable for grades K-6 where they want scary stories (but not too scary).
For each of the four stories you will get a PDF to print fold and glue, as well as a video where Dave is presenting the story. A separate video explains how the paper is to be folded, glued and presented.
1st edition 2018
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Marketing Outside the BoxBrian T. Lees
Marketing does not have to be expensive. Newspaper, radio, and television are good sources, but they can cost a lot of money. There are other activities magicians can do to advertise their services. Many are free, and others have minimum expense. Some magicians only use these sources. This type of marketing works well for them.
To tap into these sources the magician must start to think outside the box. One must reach beyond those expensive venues and get their name out to potential customers through different media and activity. The magician must get creative, carving out exposure to their...
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Sweet DreamsScott Xavier
A prediction to sealed sugar packet and prediction to fortune cookie.
Imagine having a prediction appear inside a sealed and freely selected sugar packet. It is like a confabulation on steroids. You will learn a method to "Inject" a prediction, playing card, or bill into a sealed sugar packet. Everyone knows they are hermetically sealed for health and safety reasons, so how is this possible? Bonus effect: The fortune cookie chair test has been a pet project of mine. Now I have refined it to be easier and quicker to setup. You have 3 spectators think of random things and their answers appear...
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ESP Brain BustersRobert A. Nelson & B. W. McCarron
Not one, but a complete series of thought-provoking mental routines with ESP cards.
These sensational effects give you, the psychic entertainer, the ability to add punch to your program. One effect alone is worth a ten-dollar bill. Sufficient routines and material are included for a complete act of Extra Sensory Perception tests. Full patter presentations for many of the effects are given, too.
New to this edition are camera-ready master images of the ESP symbol cards, allowing you to print your own, all the way up to jumbo size for stage presentations. And, we didn't stop there. Each...
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Manual of Show StuntsHamilton Floyd
Stunts of the stage and big top from starting to starring.
An ideal lesson and source book for obtaining information on acquiring show skills. Learn them and perform at fairs, traveling circuses, rodeos, "in one" before the curtain at magic shows, on cruise ships, or on TV. Let's face it. Audiences love show stunts, such as juggling, balance feats, acrobatic demonstrations, and the like. They appreciate the level of skill and dedication that these artists possess.
Because these acts are somewhat of a novelty, they fit in well with other entertainments, making an extravaganza that is a...
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Dantes System of Livespan ReadingRobert A. Nelson
Without any written or preliminary foolishness, The Dantes System allows you to deliver a terrific psychological reading to most any spectator. A reading so cleverly conceived and thought-out that it smacks of genuine mindreading.
This sight-reading is apparently the answer to the sitter's innermost thoughts, touching upon the trials and tribulations of the individual, delving into his or her past, discussing the present and probing deeply into the future.
Dantes devoted his life to "sight reading" and is regarded as a most successful reader. If you want to devastate a total stranger by...
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Quadruple PredictionEmory Burton & Devin Knight
An amazing mental effect where the magician correctly predicts cards and colors despite odds of over 16,000 to 1 against it. A real stunner you can close a show with. A prediction so impossible that the odds are over 16,000 to 1 against it being correctly predicted.
EFFECT: You give a small sealed envelope to a spectator, saying he can open it at the appropriate time. You then take a deck of cards and shuffle them face up so the spectator can see the cards are really being mixed. You then have a spectator cut the cards twice. Now you show a rectangular piece of cardboard, which stands facing...
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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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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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