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E-Z Square 1 (German)Werner Miller
Dies ist ein Effect mit einem Magischen Quadrat. Zuschauer tragen beliebige Zahlen in die Hauptdiagonale ein. Der Zauberer füllt die restlichen Zahlen in Blitzesschnelle aus und bildet ein perfektes Magisches Quadrat.
Alternative können Sie dieses Kunststück auch so vorführen, dass ein Zuschauer die Summe des Quadrates vorgibt. Aber der Effekt ist stärker wenn Zuschauer tatsächlich Zahlen frei eintragen können.
Die Methode ist so einfach dass ich beim ersten Mal Lesen gar nicht glauben konnte dass es so funktioniert. Wenn Sie 2 addieren und 3 abziehen können, dann können Sie gleich...
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E-Z Square 1Werner Miller
This is a magic square effect where spectators freely enter numbers in the main diagonal and you quickly fill out the rest of the numbers producing a perfect magic square.
Alternatively you could perform this the classic way that a spectator calls out a number and you fill in all the numbers to form a magic square. But the effect is stronger if your audience can freely choose not just the sum but several numbers in the square. In a variation Werner shows you how spectators can even select the squares where you should next enter a number during your fill-out sequence.
The method is so simple...
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Routines for RascalsTimothy Hyde
Routines for Rascals contains 5 dynamic professional routines from the MagicCoach himself, Timothy Hyde. These routines are no pipe dreams from an armchair theorist. They have all been performed in hundreds if not thousands of performances in his 30 years as a full time mystery performer.
These are all high impact, stage filling audience participation effects suitable for Children's and Family Shows. Most of the routines are also suitable for roving / walkabout engagements and can be performed surrounded at picnic, social days, fairs and other outside events.
Timothy began performing full...
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Card College LighterRoberto Giobbi
Roberto Giobbi's newest survey of sleightless card magic, Card College Lighter, gives the famous Giobbi treatment to 21 baffling card tricks by some of the craft's greatest masters, including Vernon, Annemann, Leech, Maven, Fulves, Hummer, Vollmer and Krenzel. These tricks do not require sleights, but they all show the cunning perspective of a professional performer, guaranteeing astonishing and entertaining results.
Following in the footsteps of his Card College Light, Roberto Giobbi teaches the secrets of professional-caliber card magic, providing insights into the presentation, psychology and routining that make these simple tricks into...
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Thought of Card in BalloonLuca Volpe
Here is something amazing! Get ready to predicting things before they take place, and not only that, but having the prediction inside a balloon, which is the ultimate symbol of 'intact' as nothing can pass in or out. Luca and Titanas bring you the fundamentals and many bonuses for this incredible mind boggling concept!
You proceed to a complete stranger and hand them a balloon, ask them their name and also to name any card they want. They do so and you ask them to give the balloon a shake. They will hear something inside. You burst the balloon and inside there is only one card, which of course...
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The performer proposes an imaginary game of Blackjack. The stakes are high because the performer has made a sealed prediction which is kept in full view the entire time...
The cards are freely chosen - only thought of by the volunteer.
A sealed envelope is opened showing a prediction matching 100% correctly with the volunteers selection.
1st edition 2007; 8 pages.
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Turnover BendDee Christopher
The turnover bend is an incredibly powerful impromptu tool. This move allows you to easily work a perfect bend into a borrowed spoon or fork in plain sight.
Dee has been refining this technique for a number of years now and uses this bend at every engagement, you too will get fantastic mileage out of the bend and it's something that you can carry with you at all times.
If you ever do come across a spoon that you just can't bend, Dee has also included his Synthetic Arc suggestive spoon bend, an excerpt taken from the book Proximity Effects.
1st edition 2009; 9 pages.
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Romhany LecturePaul Romhany
Seven effects from Paul's professional act with magic ranging from stage, close-up to parlor effects for the real world magician. The effects include
1st edition 2009; 42 pages.
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Magicseen No. 25 (Mar 2009)Mark Leveridge & Graham Hey & Phil Shaw
Vol. 5, No. 1, March 2009; 72 pages.
Cover: Pete Firman
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Trick TacAlan Rorrison
Three sweet effects that pack small but play big.
Trick Tac is a simple routine in nature that packs a big punch. You introduce a packet of tictacs, then you ask the spectator to pour some of the mints out into their open hand but restrict how many they take from your view. What ever they do, they MUST NOT allow you to see in their hand. The spectator keeps this in mind and keeps every single tictac they have taken in a tight fist. However, you are able to tell them EXACTLY how many they have in there down to the last mint!
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Phoenix PeekScott Xavier
Arising from the ashes of many countless peeks and tears is the astonishing billet peek known as the "Phoenix". This peek was too large for just a DVD or a casual manuscript, so instead "Phoenix" has grown into this complete course on peeking, methodology, justifications, ethics, etc…
The "ash" that the "Phoenix" has risen from has got to be Scott's quest for a perfect billet peek that would replace the "classic" center tear. There have been a few peeks that have come before. But each peek has its strong and weak points. Perhaps you like this one best.
The Obsidian Oblique peek...
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Madness Volume 1Daniel Madison
22 minutes video - 19 page PDF ebook - 8 powerful effects
This is best described as 'contact juggling with cards' - incredible. You will learn cuts, tosses, slides, as well as some magical effects such as transformations and transpositions. Great music by Daniel himself. Very gritty, powerful material for the hard core card handler.
Many of the 'pure magicians' might not like this. It is essentially all flourishes. But it is wonderfully acrobatic. I love this kind of manipulation. It is one direction modern card magic is going to follow. If you want to learn something impressive, something...
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PDF & MP4
From NothingKevin Parker
An apple visually materializes and can be handed out to keep. See video below for a demo. Spectator is offered a gift or fruit but hands the bag back because it's empty. Magician takes bag and points inside saying "Just look closer right there" and the spectator watches through the see-through bag as an apple materializes in the magician's hand. It is then handed to them to keep. This has been performed many times at the request of magicians, they fall in love with it and so do the spectators. They see you produce natural objects from nothing, miraculously.
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Looking for a killer card effect that's practical, that instantly resets and can be done completely in the hands without a table? Then Duped is the trick you've been searching for!
A card is selected, noted and lost in the pack. We'll say this card is the Eight of Clubs. The magician then pulls out a packet of four cards. He turns over the top card, a Two of Hearts, and slips it into the middle of the packet. It instantly rises to the top. This is repeated two more times. The magician says, "When I do this, people assume that I use duplicates. Well, they're right." All the cards...
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Horus contains some of Luca Volpe's best kept secrets from his professional repertoire. Mixing a blend of clever thinking and easy to do methods, which creates stunning effects. Each routine is audience tested and contains everything you need to perform the effects, from the script to plenty of bonus tips.
No complicated props to build or expensive items to buy, but just pure mentalism that is suitable for stage and intimate performances. Also included is a special graphic design which allows you to perform one of the effects that Luca Volpe has never revealed... until now!
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Lecture CollectionMark Leveridge
Three of Mark's previously published lecture books in one convenient download:
The Mark Leveridge Lecture Experience
In this 82 page ebook there are some tremendous practical close up and mental items using cards, coins, rings, matches, envelopes and bank notes, with virtually no specialist equipment required. By using a subtle blend of good routining and some sleight of hand, many interesting and novel effects are created for you to use.
Some of Mark's best work is here - items such as 'It Pays To...
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The Sentir TearDavid Numen
"This is brilliant" - Bob Cassidy
David Numen describes his thoughtfully engineered center tear variation. He uses many photos to communicate the subtleties clearly.
As an application for his center tear David describes a Living and Dead Test.
And as a bonus he teaches you a wonderful book test. In terms of what the audience will see and recall this is pretty much similar to the Canasta Book Test in effect but quite different in method. A page number and a line number are chosen freely by two spectators - both choices unknown to the performer. A third spectator is asked to select a book (or they...
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The Magic of Fred RobinsonPeter Duffie
Now available as a PDF ready for immediate download.
"Peter Duffie's The Magic Of Fred Robinson is a wonderful book containing a gold-mine of ideas, subtleties and secrets from one of magic's finest exponents and thinkers. ... The Magic Of Fred Robinson is an excellent book full of wonderful ideas, useful sleights, and powerful effects. More than that, it's a great read and takes me back to the feeling I had when I first read Vernon's Inner Secrets books." - R. Paul Wilson from his 2009 review in Genii.
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British Close-Up Magic Symposium: All nine Symposium booksMark Leveridge
This ebook contains over 100 routines, effects, ideas and essays from a wide range of top international close up performers, all of whom either lectured or performed at one of the nine Symposiums during its 16 year run.
The list of 69 contributors reads like a Who's Who of close up past and present. Here are the names to drool over....
Jon Allen, Michael Ammar, Paul Andrews, Mike Austin, John Bannon, Steve Bedwell, Stuart Bowie, Sean Carpenter, Janet Clare, Aldo Colombini, Alistair Cook, Rob Cox, Roger Crosthwaite, Roger Curzon, Lee Davis, Dusty, Nicholas Einhorn, Keith Fields, Kevin Gallagher, Dan Garrett, Paul Gordon, Roberto Giobbi, Brian Glover, Paul Hallas, Pit Hartling, Ken Hawes,...
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Mercury: Or the Secret and Swift MessengerJohn Wilkins
"Showing how a man may with privacy and speed communicate his thoughts to a friend at any distance."
This is one of the first published works on cryptography, secret inks, signalling and secret codes - methods later used in thought reading acts. It is therefore not only of interest to cryptographers and historians of cryptography, but also to people who study silent codes and other related methods in mentalism.
[Please note that this is not a simple scan of an old book. This old book has been typed in and digitized with the utmost care, using an appropriate font with the correct glyphs to make this look exactly as the original. Literally hundreds of hours have been spent to restore and digitize this wonderful work. This sets a new standard for the preservation of very old books.]
1st edition 1641; 2nd edition 1694; PDF based on 2nd edition, 192 pages....
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Secret techniques devised by Kevin Parker for remote viewing, reading a person's mind, and inducing false memory.
1st edition 2009; 11 pages.
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Knight's Tour: With Free Choice of Start and EndChris Wasshuber
"I will sum up your Knight's Tour routine as follows, IT IS BRILLIANT!" - David BurmeisterIn the late 1980s I developed a method for the Knight's Tour which allows a spectator a truly free choice for the starting square and ending square of opposite color (same color start and end is mathematically impossible).
This manuscript describes in detail this method. The method attempts to minimize memorization and teaches you a system to derive a proper complete tour on the spot. The method is so flexible that you can find several different tours for one pair of start and end points. Of course,...
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Magazine Memory: The Secret Notebooks of Mr. Hyde Volume 2Timothy Hyde
The Magazine Memory effect is a highly entertaining, high energy, astounding feat of mental prowess that audiences love. It has been a feature effect for many high profile performers, yet little has been written about the effect until now.
Timothy Hyde has used the routine to close his show for many years. Performing on luxury cruise ships, corporate events and at theatre shows around the world he has explored the routine in great depth.
In the classic form of the effect, pages from a current issue magazine or newspaper are distributed into the audience. Audience members randomly call...
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Passing ThruKevin Parker
Borrow a coin and show a normal empty glass bottle, then visually pass the coin through the base of the bottle. They don't just see the coin 'appear' in the bottle; they see it 'melt' right through. Then you shake the bottle to conclude the coin is indeed inside the bottle, then give it out as a souvenir. You can even do this with a borrowed bottle. This is Kevin Parker's Passing Thru.
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