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Frances Marshall
Magic Inc. Trick Catalog #24 by Frances Marshall

Excerpt from the introduction:

Welcome to the world of MAGIC! It is one of the oldest performing arts and yet it is as up to date as tomorrow. You have been seeing some wonderful magical spectaculars on TV, with Henning, Blackstone, Copperfield and others and you know how great magic can be. Magic is important and it can make YOU important. You can learn all about the great magicians of the past, study the art of magic so you can learn to be a performer, and meet and know the great magicians of today. New books are constantly being issued on magic and there are hundreds of them already established...

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Ken de Courcy & Ian Adair
The Magical Jumbo Chinese Coin by Ken de Courcy & Ian Adair

Excerpt from the Foreword:

Certain pieces of apparatus, not many, have a sort of built-in glamour. Maybe charisma is a better word. I'm talking about props you enjoy seeing and handling. Supreme's Jumbo Chinese Coin comes into this category. To coin a phrase ... "It looks good ... it feels good ... and, by golly, it works good!" For the close-up performer it will add an expensive appearance to your routines as well as a completely unexpected climax to any trick with coins. For the cabaret magician, it can be easily seen and appreciated and, since it is unfaked, examined if necessary.

In...

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Will Blyth
More Paper Magic by Will Blyth

A collection of entertaining and amusing models, toys, conjuring tricks, etc., in which paper is the only or principal material required.

Excerpt from the Preface:

The art of simple paper folding gives pleasure not only to the young, but even to old stagers, who become interested and sometimes enthusiastic in the making-up of paper items, learnt at school, but long forgotten. Mr. Oswald Williams, the famous illusionist, was kind enough to express to the author his appreciation of Paper Magic, and testified to the pleasure he had received in making up the various paper folds described therein, some...

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Joseph B.
ARCAAN by Joseph B.

ARCAAN is an ACAAN with two decks of cards that is not only very easy to do but a complete miracle. It works every single time and always with a different card. For fans of the theme, it is certainly a gem to try.

Two decks: one blue and the other red. The spectator chooses one. Let's say the red deck. The spectator cuts from the deck a completely random number of cards and then he counts them. Then he shuffles the deck and puts a Joker into the middle of the deck. The card on the right of the joker will be the suit and the card on the left will be the value. Now we have a random number...

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Scott Creasey
Structured Imagery by Scott Creasey

Structured Imagery is a simple concept with the capacity to take any mindreading effect and elevate it to the next level. How? By adding layers to expand whatever a spectator is focusing on to create multiple levels encompassing visual imagery, smells, tastes, sounds, and emotions. It's a technique that enables the performer to reveal multiple pieces of very specific and detailed information a spectator is only thinking of, thoughts that were never written down or spoken.

"A brilliant piece of psychic theatre. In Structured Imagery, Scott gives you a new toolset that allows you to reveal...

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Fraser Parker
3CSC: Propless Security Code Guess by Fraser Parker

"One of the coolest pieces of prop-less Mentalism I've seen. It felt so free and easy that I honestly thought I was messing things up and was making my own free choices, right up until Fraser told me the number I was just thinking of." - Paul Brook

In 3CSC Fraser teaches his propless method for divining a three-digit security code made up by a spectator, otherwise known as a 3CSC or CVC number that would typically appear on the back of a credit or debit card.

This is a unique take and novel presentation on the now modern classic propless pin reveal, which uses a streamlined method...

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Abhinav Bothra
DIY Card Marking Systems by Abhinav Bothra

Learn six different marking systems for a Bicycle Rider Back design. There are both reader back and coder back marking systems shared here. Each marking system is unique and is suited for varying performing scenarios.

This is a compilation of all three volumes of Pigment and Pixel for the price of two individual ones.

[Reader Backs are marking systems where the value and suit are explicitly written on the back of the card (often hidden within the design). Coder Backs are marking systems where the back patterns/design is used to tell the value and suit of the card.]

There are no tricks with a marked deck taught in this ebook.

1st edition 2022, originally titled "Pigment & Pixel 1, 2, 3", PDF 35 pages....

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Zaw Shinn
Box by Zaw ShinnA magician shows an empty playing card box. A coin is signed and put on top of the closed box. The magician picks up the coin, vanishes it, and the signed coin appears inside the closed playing card box. The gimmick requires some arts and crafts to construct.

1st edition 2022, video 21:24

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Renzo Grosso
Travel Notes: moves, shuffles and math by Renzo Grosso

The effects of "remote" mentalism (with the performer blindfolded, in another room, or, even, on the phone, with only the audio connection) generally use mathematical principles. Often, with a little pack of cards (or billets) real miracles can be performed: if the cards are to be shuffled by the spectator, it is necessary that the shuffle appears as random as possible, even if it must necessarily be a mathematical one.

With this publication I have addressed some well-known moves, used in different ways, alone or in conjunction with other shuffles or other principles; once the principle...

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Frances Marshall
Magic Inc. Book Catalog 1 by Frances Marshall

Magic Inc. always emphasized books in their offering. They published a lot of books themselves, imported books from foreign countries, and carried a large selection of publications related to magic. This of course was driven by Jay Marshall's passion for books.

1st edition ~1982; PDF 165 pages.

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Frances Marshall
Magic Inc. Big Book Catalog by Frances Marshall

Books are grouped in the following categories:

  • Cards
  • Coins
  • Close-Up
  • Mental
  • Clowning, Balloons, Juggling, and Kid Shows
  • Illusions
  • Promotions
  • Biography and History
  • General

1st edition 1993; PDF 408 pages.

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Graham Hey
What The? by Graham Hey

A spectator writes any word of their choice onto a sticker which is placed on their playing card. The card is then replaced somewhere into the deck - the magician genuinely doesn't know exactly where the card is. The deck is placed back into the card box and the magician proceeds to correctly discern what word has been chosen. A different word every time. Can also be a drawing, number, etc. Five-second re-set. No-brainer.

What people really love is that there's a fantastic visual gag (or two) in the middle of this routine which we don't want to spoil. But you will get big laughs, guaranteed....

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Jay Fortune
Probably the Greatest Opener and Closer I've Ever Invented by Jay Fortune

Two effects: Ticklish! and Pizza Time.

A fantastic comedy opener and closer to any stage or parlor show, guaranteed laughs, and easy to do. These are comedy routines and not mind-blowing magic effects but ... if you are looking for routines that play strongly and entertain then these are for you.

Ticklish! Is an easy-to-do and simple-to-make opening routine that you don't have to be a comedian to get laughs from.

Pizza Time is the perfect comedy encore item or closer for a stand-up show.

After nigh-on two decades as a pro-comedy performer, Jay Fortune is now releasing many of his...

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Scott Baird
The Hermit Magazine Vol. 1 No. 8 (August 2022) by Scott Baird

Volume 1, No. 8: August 2022, 48 pgs.

The eighth issue of The Hermit Magazine features:

  • EFFECTS
    • Lean Travellers / Scott Baird
    • All Four Two / Boyet Vargas
    • A Cartoon Magic Effect (ACME) / Kyle Leon
    • A Tune Ahead / Scott Baird
    • Poketus Subterfuge / Patrik Kuffs
    • When Two Minds Meet / John Carey
  • ARTICLES
    • #hermitmagicchallenge
    • Ten Expert Public Speaking Tips / Jay Sankey
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Zaw Shinn
Floating by Zaw Shinn

A spectator card is floating over the deck instantly. This effect was inspired by several classic versions from different magicians but this one uses a different gimmick. Easy to create. Easy to perform. Requires some arts and crafts to construct the gimmick.

1st edition 2022, video 23:45.

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Gregg Webb
Aether #14: Musings about Coins by Gregg Webb

Gregg Webb discusses some aspects of coin magic that have bothered him for a long time. How to best get rid of an extra coin without arousing suspicion? What is the problem with the Bobo Switch? Why do Jumbo Coins make no sense? What to do about the disappearance of the Half Dollar, the basis of so much classic coin magic?

1st edition 2022, PDF 3 pages.

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John Carey
The Very Best of John Carey by John Carey

John's publications, such as Crafted With Carey, Minimalistica, The Carey Files, Carey's Way, Me My Cards & I, Reflections and Myriad, are renowned for their fun, accessible, exciting magic, and John has built a reputation for creating streamlined doable effects. In this ebook, he gathers together the absolute best of his much-loved books. In addition to these classic effects, the collection also features a range of video instructions scattered throughout the text, including several new effects that have never been taught before. The ebook also includes two of John's well-reviewed Alakazam...

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Jon Racherbaumer
All Backs: a select compendium by Jon Racherbaumer

The All Backs Motif is odd. For one thing, it casts a revealing light on we magician's claim (when it suits our purpose) that we use ordinary cards. That is our decks, which we prefer to borrow, consist of cards that have faces and backs on both sides. Therefore, if we show a deck that consists of all backs and faces we are admitting that such anomalies exist and the cards being used are probably gimmicked in some way. Why do this?

A better question may be - What motivated someone to create such an effect using this kind of deck? That "someone" was Dai Vernon and my guess is that he wanted to...

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Larry Brodahl
Scripted #37: Jumbo Blue B'Wave by Larry Brodahl

A combination of "Disposable Color" and "B'Wave", both classics by Max Maven, makes each trick stronger and more fool-proof with just the addition of some scripting ideas and a few simple handling changes.

1st edition 2022, PDF 25 pages.

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Fraser Parker
Null by Fraser Parker

Progressive anagrams

In Null Fraser shares his work on the progressive anagram. However, as we have come to expect from his previous releases, this is not the standard fare or typical approach to this system. In fact, you wouldn't even recognize the classic tool at play in these effects from the performance, unless their secrets were revealed to you fully.

This manuscript contains entirely new ideas and presentations that turn the basic concept of the anagram on its head to create a streamlined and efficient way to divine information.

No letters are spoken out loud and there is no...

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Frances Marshall
Magic Inc. Book Catalog 2 by Frances Marshall

The "Magic Ink" line of book catalogs.

Excerpt from the introduction:

Welcome to the world of MAGIC! It is one of the oldest performing arts and yet it is as up to date as tomorrow. You have been seeing some wonderful magical spectaculars on TV, with Henning, Blackstone, Copperfield and others and you know how great magic can be.

Magic is important and it can make YOU important. You can learn all about the great magicians of the past, study the art of magic so you can learn to be a performer, and meet and know the great magicians of today. New books are constantly being issued on magic...

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Frances Marshall
Magic Inc. Mid 80s Import Book Catalogue by Frances Marshall

Covering books published around the world on the subject of magic and allied arts.

1st edition ~1985; PDF 70 pages.

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Jay Fortune
Gobsmacked! The Pretend Punch-up Prediction by Jay Fortune

A comedy magic routine that really packs a punch. Plus bonus routine with a kicker-ending.

A terrific comedy routine with audience participation and plenty of laughs. Direct from Jay's one-man show. Different from the mainstream - you won't have seen a routine like this before.

The magician tells about a recent incident that led him to create his Criminal Catching System. A mock-mugging takes place between you and a participant. At the finale, you reveal your system worked with a brilliant prediction and a guaranteed laugh.

Plus a more light-hearted bonus routine with a kicker-ending. ...

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Maximiliano Yedid
Semi-Automatic Card Miracles by Maximiliano Yedid

Here is a small collection of automatic and semi-automatic out-of-hand card effects, empowered by the "chaos" philosophy brought forward by Lennart Green and Dani DaOrtiz.

The effects are easy to do and they don't require you to be another "David Wiliamson" or "Dani DaOrtiz" in order to perform them. Just a regular, normal magician. More important than the routines you will see and learn how the chaos handling is applied to this type of effects - you will be able to apply those ideas later in many of your effects to make them more fooling and fun.

The effects included are:

Mr. Green Goes Red:...

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