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Chandu: The MagicianVera Oldham & Frank Dahm & Sam Dann
Listen to the adventures of government agent Frank Chandler, a practitioner of the ancient arts of mysticism now known as Chandu: The Magician. These adventures are from the two final series of Chandu adventures when the format changed from daily 12 minute cliffhangers to half an hour stand alone weekly stories. They begin with Chandler returning to America after many years to see his sister and her family!
Thanks to the format change, you can enjoy these stories without being familiar with any of the earlier radio recordings or the movie serials (Chandu the Magician, 1932, or The Return...
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20-20 MemoryJack Dutton
If you perform any type of Giant memory routine (or intend to add one to your repertoire) 20-20 Memory is the software to help you polish your performance. In the past it has been difficult to effectively practice memory routines under realistic conditions; Jack developed this software to overcome that problem. 20-20 Memory becomes your audience. The software selects a number of random items, offers you a specific amount of time in which to memorize them, and then allows you to test yourself as many times as you wish. You are in control of the number of items used and can also adjust the pace...
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Cinders: Incineration/RestorationDee Christopher
"The idea rocks, Clean, Simple, Effective and most of all baffling." - Daniel MadisonA completely impromptu twist on the common tear and restore plot. A card is selected and signed from a regular or borrowed deck. The card is held at finger tips and a lighter is introduced. A portion of the card is burnt away, leaving half a card in the magician's hand.
With just a wave, or even a blow the signed card fully restores and is given out as a souvenir.
1st edition 2008; 10 pages with color photos.
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Classrooms & Scenic RoutesBen Highway
In this full-color illustrated ebook Ben has collected together seven of his favorite, original card effects - the material which he can rely on to astound any audience. These are fresh and at times visual takes on classic plots where clever thinking meets sleight of hand meets good structuring to create powerful, close-up card magic...
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Exhibit ASimon J. Lea
In this effect you tell a story with the help from some spectators. All important details are given to you by them and you have no control over what they say. Despite this, these details appear inside a book of matches, inside your pocket. And a card, crucial to your story, is missing from a deck that, like the match book, has been inside your pocket the whole time.
This ebook contains everything you need to perform the effect as a 15 mins+ piece. Including tips and jokes for playing it light. Despite the macabre subject matter the laughs come easy with the spectators providing most of them...
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Card Session with Peter Kane Vol. 2Peter Kane
Peter Kane was one of England's most innovative card and coin magicians. Peter covers in this volume his famous "The Elongated Lady" among others.
Sid Lorraine reviews: "You hear Peter Kane chatting and doing his magic for Martin Breese...you'll chuckle at some of his anecdotes and experiences and learn of his admiration for certain card men and their work. He talks about his Elongated Lady Trick, his presentation of his famous Gipsy Curse trick and so much more."
You also receive a PDF with instructions for some of the more complicated pieces.
This is a licensed reproduction of the...
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Card Session with Peter Kane Vol. 1Peter Kane
Peter Kane was one of England's most innovative card and coin magicians. Peter covers in this recording from 1976 the Faro Shuffle, Second Dealing, a routine called "The Black Jacks", and many other aspects of card magic of interest to the advanced worker.
You also receive a PDF with instructions for two of the more complicated pieces: The Black Jacks Routine, The Elongated Lady.
This is a licensed reproduction of the famous Magicassette and MagiCD series created by Martin Breese - now owned by Lybrary.com.
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A Gambler's DreamRoberto Giobbi
This is pure Giobbi, a great card routine including Poker, Stud Poker, BlackJack, and Bridge demonstrations where the gambler always wins. However, the real value are the lessons Giobbi teaches you in terms of constructing a routine, timing and psychology. He explains why he says a certain word or sentence at that particular time and not earlier or later and why not anything different. You get the reason and thus you can apply these lessons to many other effects. These insights transcend the routine at hand and will make you a much better, more effective and more knowledgeable magician.
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A new look at Card Fans: Teach-InLewis Ganson
Lewis Ganson, himself a card fan expert, teaches his bits and pieces on that subject. Learn everything from how to treat your cards for perfect fanning, one hand fans, giant fans, etc. This was part of the famous Ganson Teach-In series originally published by Supreme Magic Inc. Rights are now owned by Martin Breese whom we thank for the kind permission to reproduce this booklet.
[Get the full collection of all 17 Teach-Ins at a huge discount.
1st edition 1978 by Supreme; original 32 pages; PDF 37 pages.
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New Ways To MystifyRobert Parrish
New Ways To Mystify carries on its prestidigitation in the vein of For Magicians Only. Again Mr. Parrish has presented thirty "tricks" that can be performed without elaborate equipment, and with no more skill than the average person can muster. It's all in practice and in knowing how to distract the audience, Mr. Parrish says, and he demonstrates in such a simple manner that anyone, young or old, can master these feats of magic.
The general plan of the ebook follows that of the earlier volume, and Mr. Parrish again writes in his witty, urbane fashion. Dozens of simple diagrams, as well as clever chapter head...
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For Magicians OnlyRobert Parrish
This was a very successful book on magic when it originally appeared in 1944. Even the sophisticated New Yorker put at the top of its list of recommended books for servicemen.
A complete repertory of tricks that can be performed without elaborate equipment.Here's the book for every one who ever dreamed of pulling rabbits out of a hat or sawing a woman in two (and putting her back together again). The author, who has had a long experience in platform magic and two previous books...
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Larry Becker's Magic Castle LectureLarry Becker
"Everyone should work the Castle for a week. Not for the money, but for the memories." - Larry BeckerMany years ago the first mentalism trick I purchased was "Psycho II" an incredibly clever method, so clean, so fair but what a deception. Larry in his own words in 1984:
At the Psychic Entertainers Association convention in St. Louis, I was requested to demonstrate my abilities for the TV media. The effect that I chose to perform was "Psycho II". Approximately 25 years ago, I released the grand-daddy of this remarkable ESP design miracle as just plain "Psycho". It proved to be an award...
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Six Tricks by TenkaiRobert Parrish
Tenkai was a legendary magician from Japan. As his gift for achieving the 'living legend' status in Japan he asked to meet Dai Vernon - which he did, but that is a story for another time.
In this manuscript Robert Parrish describes several wonderful effects created by Tenkai. All illustrations are drawn by Tenkai himself.
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Magicseen No. 22 (Sep 2008)Mark Leveridge & Graham Hey & Phil Shaw
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Vol. 4, No. 4, September 2008; 68 pages.
Cover: Marvin Berglas
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SQUIDS: Simple, Quick, Direct and StunningRaymond Doetjes
SQUIDS is a manuscript that covers the power of ambiguous phrasing, psychological forcing and psychological subtleties to these five detailed effects. All these effects are built with true psychology in mind obviously backed up with foolproof magical methods
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Bankteller: A Money Prediction EffectRaymond Doetjes
Bankteller is a powerful money prediction effect that involves several people: You hand a volunteer a prediction envelope. You show an empty stack of envelopes, you ask several people to put one coin each in that empty envelope, whilst you look away. You let the volunteer seal the envelope. After you noticed that a few of the contributors have cheated, you ask the volunteer to open the envelope and you predicted the exact amount collected; No swami writing!
Then you ask her to take any three coins and slip them in envelopes and mix them up. You will know where each coin is.
As a final thought...
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Parrish Folio: The Pallbearers Review 1974Robert Parrish
1st edition 1974; original 14 pages; PDF 28 pages.
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Ode to Ekman: A Seamless Psychological IllusionSean Waters
Five audience members are asked to concentrate on one of six universal emotions. The performer reveals each person's emotion with a knowledge of "micro-expressions".
The last participant is asked to remain on stage for a final experiment. Although she does not know how, she demonstrates an even more impressive, uncanny intuitive ability.
Best of All: No one knows how and everyone is equally amazed. Honest!
1st edition 2008; 58 pages plus additional artwork.
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Ponderings: A Collection of Mental IdeasSean Waters
This ebook contains six effects and two essays. Ponderings includes: new methods of suggestion with cards, a routine based upon interpretive psychology, an effect with a dollar bill and even an easy, but effective, "con?" demonstration. I am confident that you will thoroughly enjoy the effects, but the astute reader will discover the real value between the lines. Most can be performed close-up or stand-up, one routine is primarily a "theatrical piece" (but could be applied to close-up). These routines demonstrate a philosophy of performing mental effects. There is also a thought-provoking essay...
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Cartomancy for the Non-CartomancerJohn Wellington Wells
Cartomancy for the Non-Cartomancer is a collection of two treatises on the art of giving readings with cards. The best card trick John ever did was to tell a diner cook "everything going on around me". You can do the same. Not overnight, but quickly and easily. No cold reading, no spiel reading, no gimmicks or gaffs, just plain old fashioned fortune telling.
1st edition 2008; 26 pages.
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Twelve Tested TricksVerrall Wass
This is a nicely illustrated manuscript describing a range of parlor tricks. At the end you will find three articles that still hold a lot of truth even after decades when they have been written.
1st edition 1936, PDF 19 pages
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Three Cheers for the UnderratedLuke Jermay
[This is priced to keep it out of the hands of the mere curious.]
Luke presents three wonderfully routined and thought through effects, all building on classic mentalism plots, improved by his ingenious thinking and knowledge of methods.
From the introduction:
In this manuscript we are going to examine three routines. The first, “Three Questions,” is something that I have made use of in casual settings for a while now. I think it really showcases some interesting thinking that creates a very pleasing outcome. I really hope you enjoy this and use it in your own casual performances and walk around settings. The second routine, “The Ultimate Add...
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You'd Be SurprisedRobert Parrish & John Goodrum
A mix of cards, mentalism, and quite unusual manipulation with glasses and thimbles.
1st edition 1937, reprinted 1963; 65 pages.
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Under CoverJim Coles
Imagine this: You borrow a quarter from a spectator and have it initialed with a Sharpie marker. You take a pack of cigarettes and place the quarter on top of the pack. You have the spectator cover the quarter with a hand and say you’ll cause the coin to pass completely through the pack. You make a magical pass and have the spectator lift her hand. Only...the quarter’s still there. You ask the spectator to pick up the quarter. She tries but her fingers slide right over the coin. Impossibly the coin is under the cellophane! You clearly show the pack is unopened and unmarked in any way. You...
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