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Vampire Haunting (Italian)Biagio Fasano
Un effetto impromptu di mentalismo e bizarre magic a tema vampiresco che semplicemente fa uso di sei carte da gioco.
Il titolo di questo eBook suggerisce il tema vampiresco alla base di questo effetto impromptu di Mentalismo / Bizarre Magic.
Semplicemente utilizzando sei carte da gioco, mette in grado l’illusionista di essere sempre pronto ad eseguirlo ad occhi chiusi (da bendato, senza trucco alcuno, o comunque rimanendo voltato da una parte per l’intera durata dell’esperimento), senza necessità alcuna di vedere mai le carte!
Una spettatrice viene scelta nel ruolo di prima vittima,...
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The Ritual of DestinyMystic Alexandre
This is a strong self-working routine. It comes with a mysterious old audio recording, and the routine only uses four playing cards. The subject will undergo the ritual of destiny to find out if a wish of theirs will come to fruition.
The four cards represent the seasons of the year. The ritual represents personal choices and the general chaos of life. By the end of it it'll be clear whether a wish the subject has focused on will come true.
The audio recording does all the work for you. Naturally, you can forgo the...
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PDF & MP3
Expert Manipulative MagicCharles C. Eastman
A great manuscript describing manipulative magic with cards, coins, and balls. Included are several moves and effects by legendary trade show magician Tommy Tucker, including the first release of his classic "Six Card Repeat".
Excerpt from the foreword:
In answer to their numerous requests for the latest sleights, tips and "dodges" used by the up-to-date card manipulator, I'm giving them a selection of forty items to choose from. All of them have been used by the writer, so therefore will be found practical. Every reader, be he "an expert" or a young enthusiast, should find something...
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Grande SlamAldo Colombini
Un gran finale per la tua routine cartomagica o un singolo trucco che lascia tutti di stucco, scegli tu come vuoi usare questa routine. Una cosa è certa, difficilmente troverai qualcosa con un effetto maggiore. Il finale lascia tutti a bocca aperta!
Leggi cosa dice Aldo stesso nella prefazione di questo suo lavoro :
“La routine che ti viene proposta in questo libretto se presentata con la dovuta abilità può crearti la fama di grande manipolatore. Il gioco appartiene a quel genere di effetti che rafforzano nella mente del pubblico l’idea che il mago ha il completo controllo sulle...
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The Bear's ClawsGrace Sartwell Mason & John Northern Hilliard
An exciting adventure and game of espionage featuring among others Judy Gray from New York, a typist who writes imaginary adventure novels in her spare time, John Savidge from Chicago, employed by the Eastern Securities Company to secretly survey and plan a trans-Persian railway, Serge Wolkonsky an agent of the Russian Secret Service, and Tom Jaggard from America, a magician who travels the Middle East under "The Great Jaggard, the World's Master Mage of Magic".
The backdrop is Persia at the beginning of the 20th century. All the powerful nations, first and foremost Russia, want to build...
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75 Tricks with a Stripper DeckAl Stevenson
Excerpt from the preface:
It is my hope that my efforts will give many hours of pleasure to those who like to do card tricks but have neither the time nor the patience required to practice intricate sleight of hand. But: Don't sell the stripper short! Once you learn to handle it well, you may find the necessary time and patience and - combined with sleight of hand - a stripper deck will make it possible for you to do apparent miracles.
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Half Hours of Scientific AmusementGaston Tissandier
Practical physics and chemistry without apparatus.
A collection of simple science experiments that anybody can conduct in their own home. In part based on the column "physique sans appareils" (physics without apparatus) in La Nature. Translated by Henry Frith from the French.
Excerpt from the preface:
Young people of both sexes, and persons of all ages who have leisure and a taste for that which is ingenious as well as instructive and amusing, may be commended to this remarkably interesting collection of experiments, nearly all of which can be readily performed by an unskilled person...
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Houdini Takes Magic Secrets to His Graveunknown
This is the article that ran in The Sun on November 1st, 1926 after Harry Houdini's untimely passing.
1st edition November 1st, 1926, PDF 5 pages.
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Flying CardMark Leveridge
Card to envelope.
A spectator gets the chance to perform his own magic trick. He genuinely freely selects any card and a sticker with his initials on is attached to the card's face. The card is then slipped into a pay envelope which has his initials added to the flap and address side to prevent it being switched out.
With a snap of his fingers, the spectator is going to attempt to make his signed card jump from the envelope and back into the deck's centre. However, after a couple of tries, nothing appears to have happened.
However, on removing the card from the initialled envelope it...
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Miss Taylor's Wish and Desires PostcardMystic Alexandre
Well gee Alex what is it? It's a dead easy and simple wish and desire reading experience.
You'll get a digital download of a double-sided vintage style postcard you may carry on your phone/tablet or print out to place on a small easel on your table, just like I do. You'll also get a PDF with all the juicy details.
It's all very simple. You let them try the card, which is a cool little experience, then as a bonus, you tell them Miss Taylor always liked to follow up by looking deeper to see what the energetic makeup of the journey towards that wish or desire has been. For that you'll need...
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Great Magicians' TricksWill Goldston
This is an interesting compilation of material - a mix of short portraits and Goldston's personal recollections of various magicians - some famous, some not, as well as some of their tricks and secrets. The result is a fairly extensive collection of tricks of all kinds and denominations. Includes many illustrations and photos of the contributors.
The first edition was issued in the same style as Goldston's famous Locked Books series, but without the clasp.
Excerpt from the introduction:
Great Magicians' Tricks is divided into two complete parts, "Magicians of the Past" and "Modern Magicians."...
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The BoofLiam Montier
The Boof collects together over a dozen of Liam Montier's strongest card tricks and routines to date. If you haven't experienced Liam's card magic before, then you are in for a real treat. This is efficient,...
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The Lost SpecialArthur Conan Doyle
The word 'special' in the title refers to a special train - a privately hired train. This is a train a railway company inserts into its regular schedule when somebody pays for the expenses of the locomotive, wagons, and staff to operate the train. It is essentially the equivalent of chartering an airplane at a time when there were no airplanes.
This impossible crime story concerns the baffling disappearance of a special from the London and West Coast Railway Company on its journey from Liverpool to London on 3rd June 1890. Besides the train crew of driver, fireman, and train guard the only...
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Ireland's Trick TalkFrances Marshall & Jay Marshall
This was the house organ of Ireland Magic Co. which later became Magic Inc. It started in 1957 with a regular bimonthly publishing schedule but then became irregular. The last of 45 issues, volume 4 number 9 was published in 1988. Being a house organ there are of course lots of product advertisements but it also includes news, interesting photos, comments, trick patter and presentations, reviews, quips, tips, and other things about tricks and magicians.
In the first issue, Frances and Jay wrote:
It has been our desire, for many years, to convert the Newsletter into a small company magazine,...
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The ebook starts with a strange story, a neuroscience-biology lesson, and an unconventional cunning opener; the cunning in which lies in our body's response to this opener as we explore the how and why of "exploiting" our natural biology. An underlining theme in this book is about setting ourselves apart from other performers, disguising our methods, and breaking down preconceived beliefs - and that is exactly what this opener, which requires strong audience management, does.
Disconnecting Doodles - My Closer
This is the explosive double drawing duplication and energetic surprise kicker...
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Henry SugarLiam Montier
Liam Montier presents a stunning easy to do mentalist card trick based on a well-known short story by Roald Dahl, called "The Wonderful World of Henry Sugar".
The basic plot of the story is that...
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Head to HeadGraham Hey
One helper reads the mind of another.
A brilliant, simple self-working mentalism effect. Includes bonus effects.
Different cards with drawings on them are shown to a spectator and genuinely mixed. A spectator selects any one of them - it's a free choice. All she has to do is then think of the image and try to send her thoughts to another spectator who is going to draw an image on a pad. After a few seconds, the second spectator sees an image and draws it on to a pad. The lady reveals the image she was trying to send, and then the spectator shows his pad - they have both been thinking of...
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Spectator Locates Magician's CardUnnamed Magician
The magician and the spectator are seated together at a table. The magician hands the spectator a deck of cards and asks them to examine all of the cards (making sure that they're all different, etc.) and to shuffle them thoroughly. After this is done, the spectator is asked to cut the deck into two approximately equal piles and to keep one for themself and to give the other to the magician.
The magician now says that each of them will bring their respective half under the table and spread through the faces of the cards in order to select (and remove) one, which will then be...
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How to Stimulate Humans - in all kinds of waysJason Hice
Have you ever wondered how the biggest names in entertainment are able to get such powerful reactions from their audiences? You probably have. One of their tactics is what I call the "stimy". Contained within this ebook is an explanation of the stimy, and how you can implement this concept in your own routines. Whether you're a professional, are looking to be one, or you just perform socially, I believe this information might help you perform stronger entertainment. For this reason, I am offering it to you completely free.
BONUS: includes my personal routine "the bubble bag" to demonstrate...
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Ireland's Year Book 1958Frances Marshall & Jay Marshall
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Triplets 9Gregg Webb
This issue will begin with an essay called "What a Place for a Mission Statement!" by Gregg Webb. Indeed, 9 issues in and a Mission Statement? Anyway, it should make Gregg's position on magic even more clear for any newcomers.
The next section is about ideas for mentalists. Here is how to revamp your entire lifestyle to make it easier to convince others that you are a mentalist ... before you even begin. You don't even have to change your name (although in some cases it may help). Other ideas include having your business card re-printed differently. And, looking through your wardrobe....
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The Wayfinder AmuletMystic Alexandre
A tool for readings.
NOTE: The purchase of this manuscript does not include the physical coin. You will need to purchase this coin separately. The coin featured on the cover and in the manuscript costs around $20, but there are other options online for less. It's cool, you should have it, so go get one.
Gee Alex, What Is This? We like to carry around unique things, yes?
Well, I've known about this historical Icelandic coin for a long time and I've been doing brief readings with it for more than 10 years. I hand the coin over to the subject to hold and connect with ... I then have them...
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The Invisible BulletMax Rittenberg
... and four other Magnum, the science consultant, detective stories.
Each story has a scientific bend or aspect to it. Magnum is not the typical detective who takes on any interesting case. He only engages when there seems to be a scientific aspect to the case. He doesn't involve himself with the law or right or wrong. His primary interest is to figure out the modus operandi as a scientific consultant. Superbly eccentric, Magnum lives up the Thames at Plumstead Marshes and travels to his laboratories via a high-powered motor launch named "Fifi". He has a brilliant but intensely shy assistant,...
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Perfection Crystal Gazing ActGeo DeLawrence
A rare book for the stage mentalist that originally sold for the equivalent of $88.00 in today's money. When we say rare, it was no longer listed after its appearance in the Nelson Enterprises Catalog No. 6 in 1927.
Covers the best equipment for psychic entertainers to use in their act, seven psychic tests for stage performers, the namesake Perfection Crystal Gazing Act itself and how to perform it, requirements for presenting the act, a sample Q&A reading, and a good amount of professional advice.
Also includes the all-important introductory lecture that sets up the act and gets the audience in a receptive mood for...
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