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Mark Leveridge
Colour Confusion by Mark Leveridge

A blue-backed deck is openly displayed and one card is selected from the face-down deck. Cutting the selection back into the pack and shuffling the deck, the performer offers to find the selection quickly and effectively.

Snapping his fingers over the deck, he turns the cards face down and spreads through the entire deck to reveal that every card back has changed from blue to red, except for just one card, and that turns out to be the selected card!

No sleight of hand is required, this is designed to instantly re-set in front of the spectators and everything takes place up in your hands,...

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Sultan Orazaly
Blink by Sultan Orazaly

Stretch a coin and return it to its original shape instantenously.

  • easy to make
  • easy to perform
  • no black art

1st edition 2024, video 8:43.

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Unknown Mentalist
Think Link by Unknown Mentalist

This is a quick, easy, direct, and impactful propless routine that you can easily carry in your head at all times, ready to deploy whenever you want. The entire routine takes up about 45 seconds to under a minute.

Based on the linked thoughts premise, you take your participant on a mental journey across the various continents of the world and you are able to impossibly reveal the country where the mental journey ends, to the utter surprise of your participant.

There are 3 routines explained. Your participant needs to have a mobile phone which can search Google. Or you can lend your phone...

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Signor Blitz
Fifty Years in the Magic Circle by Signor Blitz

An account of the author's professional life; his wonderful tricks and feats; with laughable incidents, and adventures as a magician, necromancer, and ventriloquist.

Excerpt from the Preface:

In presenting my Autobiography, I am fully aware of the grave responsibility I assume, and equally so of the presumption of a person describing, in a measure, his own character;—yet it is essentially better to relate one’s adventures himself, than to entrust them to the dictation of others. The reminiscences of my life may not be entitled to any special merit, beyond the amusement they may afford...

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Dicky Dean
Zombie Fire Climax by Dicky Dean

Dicky Dean first introduced this climax in his act in 1954. When you perform it you will find that fire still captivates an audience.

EFFECT: At the end of your Zombie routine, the ball is broken apart and fire burns mysteriously in each half of the ball.

1st edition 1979, 8 pages; PDF 7 pages.

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Mark Leveridge
Impromptu Lie Detector by Mark Leveridge

This is a straightforward version of the classic Lie Detector routine that can be performed with any deck (even a borrowed one) and with no advance setup.

A deck is shuffled by a spectator to put the cards into a genuinely random order, and the performer then extracts one card which he leaves sight unseen in view on the table. The magician then asks a spectator three questions about the tabled card, and the helper is invited to make up his answers (since he doesn't know at this stage what the tabled card actually is). Whatever answers the participant gives, the performer spells the word...

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Rudy Roxo
Modern Master Magic by Rudy Roxo

When several of the foremost authors in modern magic collaborate with the owner of one of the most respected magic companies, you just know the result will be a great book. Originally released in a limited edition by the owner of Thayer Magic Studios, the first and only previous edition of this clever collection sold out and has never been reprinted … until now.

Features top-quality effects from Dr. Boris Zola, J. Elder Blackledge, T. Nelson Downs, Edward Bagshawe, M. F. Zens, Harlan Tarbell, Herman L. Weber, T. J. Crawford, and others.

Originally published in a limited edition, priced at more than $33.00 in today's money. Not just jaw-dropping...

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Ray Grismer
Spongey by Ray Grismer

Six quick effects. Only two sponges are needed.

This routine can be performed with any type of sponge ball of reasonable size. In an emergency, you may even use two crumpled bills.

This is a strong routine and the final climax in the spectator's hand is the high point. Practice each section and then combine them into a smooth routine. Many of the moves are standard and you may already know them. It's one thing to know moves. It's another to routine them.

Routines with sponge balls have an undeniable audience appeal. The Ray Grismer routine is one designed with the table-hopping performer...

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Scott Baird
The Hermit Magazine Vol. 3 No. 2 (February 2024) by Scott Baird
  • Millard Longman shares Bitcoins from Cyberspace
  • Patrik Kuffs teaches his routine, 2Kuda
  • Adam Socha shares a method for Cards At Any Number
  • Kyle Leon teaches his Clean Cut Aces
  • Paul Hallas has a Three-Person Quickie
  • Steven Palmer takes A Subtle Breather
  • Dale Moore says, What the Actual Freak
  • Landon Stark shows how to make a Face Change Gimmick
  • Biz teaches the Metro Control
  • Plus, Scott Baird shares some low-tech ideas for building a Lottery Simulator and other Mad Libs-based predictions over Zoom!

PDF 52 pages.

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Larry Brodahl
Scripted #42: Mentalism Fail-Safe by Larry Brodahl

This product is included in Scripted #41: A Taste for Words.

In the event that a mentalism effect fails, this is a script, process, and handing that allows you to fairly easily switch tricks mid-stream, unnoticed by the audience, and still present a strong trick.

This was originally designed if [lp= Scripted #41: A Taste for Words] routine failed, but the technique can work for many mentalism routines.

Three different handlings, 2 scripts, and 1 core concept protects the mentalist from complete failure in many routines.

NOTE: This was also specifically written for parlor and stage, but could easily be done close up with appropriate handling changes. ...

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Larry Brodahl
Scripted #41: A Taste for Words by Larry Brodahl

This product includes Scripted #42: Mentalism Fail-Safe.

Have you ever wanted to do mentalism without a mentalism theme? Where someone writes a word on an index card and you figure out what the word is?

A tried and true method that is simple, deceptive, and very well covered. One that doesn't use a peek, and doesn't require that you memorize anything. A routine and script that justifies each and every part of the trick with very little in the way of props.

You will receive a video recording of a performance. And as a bonus, a fail-safe concept, 3 different handlings, and 2 different scripts are given in case anything...

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Doc Nixon
The Ghost Manuscript by Doc Nixon

This rare manuscript was originally published in 1929 and sold for 50 dollars. It contains excellent material. The first part describes some very good slate routines with and without a flap. Here you will find messages mysteriously appearing on slates, a knockout number prediction, a trick where the magician duplicates in his slate a drawing made by a spectator on another slate. All of this is illustrated by many photographs.

Included is Nixon's Videtec Slate in which the magician holds a slate behind his back, a spectator chalks a number, a word, or anything on the slate, and the magician...

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Sultan Orazaly
Vanishing Gum by Sultan Orazaly

A very visual vanish of a common item: a chewing gum. You take a gum with two fingers and with a smooth movement the gum disappears into thin air.

  • Easy to perform and easy to make.
  • Visual and practical.
  • Make the gimmick in 3 minutes.

Note: TV rights not included with purchase. Please contact Sultan Orazaly if you want to perform this on TV.

1st edition 2024, video 6:41.

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D. Angelo Ferri
Carta Elicottero dei miei maestro, Slydini by D. Angelo Ferri

Il gioco di carte Elicottero del mio insegnante è una commedia in tre atti. Un mazzo di carte viene mescolato. Una quarantina di carte vengono sparse sul tavolo davanti al mago e le altre servono per realizzare un ventaglio di carte. Allo spettatore seduto direttamente di fronte alle carte sul tavolo viene chiesto di prendere una carta dal ventaglio. La carta dello spettatore viene mostrata al pubblico e poi rimessa nel ventaglio delle carte. La carta scelta vola, invisibilmente, dal ventaglio di carte alle carte sul tavolo ma lo spettatore non può vedere come ciò avvenga. Il gioco si ripete...

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George B. Anderson
Dynamite Mentalism by George B. Anderson

This is a 15-minute one-man routine with no props or gimmicks, an act that can baffle and stun your audiences because they can't have the faintest idea of how it's done. No questions are written down, nothing is said by the spectator, and yet you answer the question or problem of which he's thinking. You do it without any obvious "fishing" of any kind. And you do this not with just one person but with as many as ten, as time allows, regardless of the makeup of any particular audience.

George Anderson developed a unique "no questions written" approach to the Q&A act which he developed to...

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Mark Leveridge
ESP Match Up Plus by Mark Leveridge

Two sets of five ESP cards are freely displayed, one set with red backs, the other with blue. The red set is given to the spectator who shuffles them, the magician mixing the blue set. One at a time the performer places his cards face down onto the table and each time the spectator then places one of his cards at random next to the performer's. When the pairs of cards are turned face up, all five sets are seen to have been put down in matching pairs!

This is a streamlined version of my card matching routine which has extra subtleties and a cleaner handling than earlier versions.

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Ray Grismer
What's Your Sign? by Ray Grismer

A letter-by-letter revelation of somebody's birth sign that produces at most two No. Here is an example:

"What's your sign? Don't tell me! I'll read your mind. Here's a list of the twelve signs of the zodiac. Concentrate on yours. Now, mentally print it in big block letters. Look at it in your mind. Concentrate. I'll try to see what you see. When I make a statement please answer with a Yes or No. I see an R. Yes. I see an I. Yes. I see an A. Yes. I see an S. No. My error - it's an L. Yes. We're looking at Libra. Yes!"

1st edition ~1987, 3 pages; PDF 2 pages.

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Dartagnan
Magic From Wherever I'm At Bundle 4 by Dartagnan

Episodes 121-159 of my podcast Magic From Wherever I'm At.

These episodes contain the following nuggets:

  • What Eugene Burger thought almost every magician missed out on completely (Episode 121)
  • One thing performers do all the time that results in their performances becoming trivial without them even knowing it (Episode 122)
  • The one-sentence description my performer friend Joel gives that nails his "brand"... and how Eugene Burger did exactly the same thing (Episode 123)
  • Does this time machine determine your magic sensibilities? An insight into how tricksterism begins, takes hold and...
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Unknown Mentalist
Synergium Wallet by Unknown Mentalist

As an early bird offer, a special toolbox of physical gimmicks containing 11 "Killer Tools" worth $45 is included absolutely free.

A special early bird bonus of 9 impossible "Synergy" routines is included free.

Two extra surprise bonuses are also included, along with a massive PDF.

For example, in one of these routines, a participant never writes down her birthday and yet by using the peek function, the performer can divine her exact birthday.

In another of these routines, a participant thinks of a different color or shape each to represent his past, present and future. And secretly...

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Fraser Parker
Noah's Ark by Fraser Parker

A propless animal guess.

"Do you like mentalism that is propless, fun, quick, and animal-related? Then get Noah's Ark by Fraser. It provides all the above. It is a great method and effect to have in your arsenal, as it can be performed in isolation, or embedded within a larger routine or set." - Ross Bartels

"Noah's Ark is a fun animal guess that makes you feel like a kid again when you perform it. The fun and playfulness of the method will blow the minds of your participants" - Perna

"When Fraser performed his animal guess on me it took me by surprise. It's so casual and the reveal...

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Raphaël Czaja
Emergency Prediction by Raphaël Czaja

The magician can't find the spectator's card but his prediction can.

In short:

The spectator cuts to a card, removes it from the deck and remembers it. Then, the magician shuffles the deck and divides it into two halves. The spectator shuffles both parts, loses his selection between them, and shuffles even more. At the end, the magician runs through the deck and removes a card, but it is not the spectator's. Fortunately, the magician has an "emergency out", a message on a piece of paper inside a red envelope, in full view from the start. The spectator reads it out loud:

"If I was...

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Unnamed Magician
ACAAN: another approach to an age-old plot by Unnamed Magician

Note: For those of you who own ACAAN: A Fresh Approach to an Age-Old Plot, this uses a totally different principle.

Imagine:

The magician introduces a special deck of 52 cards, where each card is seen to have a number 1 through 52 printed on it. The spectators (two of them) are asked to verify that all the numbers are indeed different, that there aren't any duplicate numbers. The magician hands one spectator this special deck (in a face-down position) and says, "I want you to select a number 1 through 52. But instead of just thinking of a number 1 through 52, I want you to randomly select one. Like that, even you don't know...

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Dave Arch
A Proven Junior Magician's Curriculum by Dave Arch

As Executive Director of The Omaha Magical Society and author of a magic club leaders resource blog, Dave Arch saw the need for a low-cost junior magician's curriculum that could be taught by someone with even an entry-level knowledge of magic as long as they had a passion for growing kids in their personal confidence and social skills.

What you now have is the result of a two-year effort to build the curriculum, create the videos, and field test the project - fine-tuning it based on what was discovered out in the field.

Our hope is that you find it a resource that will be of use to...

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George B. Anderson
You, Too, Can Read Minds by George B. Anderson

The sequel to It Must Be Mindreading, this ebook reads like a novel - fast-paced, exciting, and with powerful effects.

Excerpt from the introduction:

And I suddenly realized that here was another book - a book with a different and daring concept of mental magic - workable mental magic.

Again, as in my first book, these are all one-man effects - but the emphasis is on audience participation. The general premise is, "You, too, can read minds," and you prove the statement. In each case, the volunteer from the audience will know how you conveyed information to him, but he shouldn't have any idea how you got...

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