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Multiple Top PalmAllan Ackerman
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Vernon Top PalmAllan Ackerman
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Palm TransfersAllan Ackerman
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Types of PalmsAllan Ackerman
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Magicseen No. 26 (May 2009)Mark Leveridge & Graham Hey & Phil Shaw
Vol. 5, No. 2, May 2009; 72 pages.
Cover: Keith Barry
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Mr. Dice Stacking BasicsMr. Dice Stacking
Learn the basics of dice stacking. You can go from zero to stacking four dice in half an hour to an hour of practicing, assuming you have good instructions and good equipment.
In this video you will receive clear step by step instructions to first master the basic back and forth sweep motion, then the dice pickup and finally the stack. You will also understand why it all works.
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Mr. Dice Stacking and FriendsMr. Dice Stacking
Here you can watch and study the best moves of some of the best dice stackers in the world: Annika Wahl, Janine Krauskopf, Clemens Schlink, Thomas Fischbach, Jannick Zittlau, Donato Marro.
You will find anything from crazy point landings, juggling, cross overs, backhands, super fast stacking, downstacks, downstairs, and much more - mind blowing dexterity and control. But with practice you can learn these and other moves, too. Keep in mind that this is not really a teaching video where moves are broken down for you to learn. You will see the pros do the moves for real and you can certainly...
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Ghosts In My PocketP. Craig Browning
In his $1,000.00 Seance Docc Hilford introduced the idea of the "Mini" Seance. Craig Browning now takes that premise, delivering to you an informative essay on the art of the improvisational Seance and the arsenal you either have at your disposal WITHOUT THE AID OF A SINGLE GIMMICK as well as those that rely on some of the basic devices most students of Mentalism and Bizarre Magick are familiar with. The ebook is insightful, giving you a unique sense of perspective on one of the author's pet mini-seance routines "Ghost in the Pocket".
1st edition 2009; 29 pages.
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Accidental SandwichNicholas Uusitalo
The magician introduces a deck of cards to the audience. He produces two jacks from the deck, and explains that they are going to help the magician to find the selected card.
He then asks a volunteer to select any card from the deck. The card is signed, and lost somewhere towards the center of the pack.
The magician then starts to shake the two jacks above the pack, and something amazing happens. One card materializes in between the two jacks. Unfortunately the card sandwiched in between the two jacks is the wrong card.
The magician places the two jacks and the sandwiched card to the...
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Tarot PsychSimon J. Lea
Tarot Psych is an easy to perform tarot baffler. A spectator takes 7 tarot cards from any deck of your choice. Each card represents a day of the week. The spectator thinks something she plans to do in the next seven days and writes it on the card that corresponds to that day. The card is returned to the deck which is wrapped in a cloth (or returned to the box). The 'spirit' of the card contacts you and tells you what she plans to do and the day she plans to do it.
Deal 7 tarot cards on the table, indicating as you deal that they represent Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday......
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18: A Powerhouse Prediction EffectCameron Francis
A beautiful piece of mentalism! Completely self working! Completely practical! Completely mind-blowing!
A deck of cards is removed from its case and shuffled. The magician spreads the deck face up and asks a spectator to touch any card. All of the cards are different and this is truly a free choice. Let's say the spectator touches the Five of Diamonds. This card is placed face up on the table. The magician then states that the spectator is to use the value of his selection to find another card. The deck is turned face down and the spectator is asked to deal 5 cards off the top of the...
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Lecture Book 2009David Gemmell
You probably have not heard the name David Gemmell, unless perhaps you are living in Wales. But I am sure you will hear a lot more about him. David is a 30 year veteran of card magic. Over the last five years he has developed some wonderful routines which he has - to the benefit of all of us - decided to share.
No other than Peter Duffie wrote the foreword. Peter writes:
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An Evening with Larry BeckerLarry Becker
Never before seen video! This is the only recording of Larry Becker's full evening show, beginning to end, for a lay audience. This is a performance only DVD, running more than an hour, shot in May 1990, and featuring the following effects:
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A card is selected...signed...the deck is shuffled and boxed...the box is inspected...a lighter is introduced...a corner of the deck is burned away...and the selected signed card is the only one not burned.
Wrath is a gimmicked deck. You do not need to burn a new or different deck every time you perform. The deck takes approximately 10 minutes to make. The deck is re-usable and has an instant reset. The deck is shown to be 100% legit and so is the box. There are no difficult sleights and no deck switching. The deck can be given away to your spectators afterward. Wrath can be made...
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Knowing the Chop Cup (Know-How Series)Will Ayling
The Chop Cup turns a sleight-of-hand classic - the cups and balls - almost into a self working miracle. Of course, to perform a strong Chop Cup routine you will still need a good amount of sleight of hand and misdirection, but a lot of the 'work' is done by the cup itself.
Al Wheatley is credited with the invention of the Chop Cup. Will Ayling collects in this ebook a series of strong Chop Cup routines including Ken Brooke's routine.
This was part of the Supreme Know-How Series.
1st edition 1989; original 40 pages; PDF 56 pages.
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Impromptorn: A Card Restoration MiracleDavid Fulde
"Impromptorn looks great! And the creases... DAMN." - Sean Fields (Creator of Fusion, Saw, Sick)
A signed card is cleanly torn into 4 pieces and restored in the cleanest manner piece-by-piece.
But that's not all, the card's creases are then slowly and visually ironed out with surgical precision leaving the card back to it's original state!
Taught in the ebook are:
1st edition 2009; 24 pages.
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Anate is a psychological technique. It's a subtlety that is not 100% sure fire, but when you get the technique down and you hit, you'll know it.
Imagine placing one card on the table, face down. The spectator decides on a card, they turn over the card to reveal a perfect match. The place explodes.
Imagine holding your wallet in full view and asking a spectator to name a card. The card is then instantly pulled from your wallet.
Imagine something that you can carry with you always, to create impossible, unbelievable prop-free demonstrations with boundaries as limitless as your imagination. ...
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Enigma: Marketing Secrets of Successful Promotional MaterialScott Xavier
Learn the secret to marketing success for the mystery entertainer.
Learn from full color examples how to design flyers, write emails, and even live demo videos. Learn what 500 of the top booking agents have said is the secret to top promo videos. This ebook will take you step by step through the design process.
These are secrets of psychologists and top booking agents. Learn triggers to get execs attention. You have 15 seconds in a demo video and even less in print to attract your customers.
Learn to sell more!
1st edition 2009; 51 pages.
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The Magical MindJohn Mulholland & George N. Gordon
If you are looking for answers about what we see, but not necessarily observe, you can do no better than to read this ebook, The Magical Mind, brought to you by two masters of perception.
With a new introduction by Ben Robinson, the expert on John Mulholland. From the introduction:
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Indian Cups and Balls (Know-How Series)P. K. Ilango
The Indian Cups and Balls trick is as old as Indian Magic itself. It is angle proof and traditionally performed seated on the ground cross-legged surrounded by spectators.
The cups vary according to class status. The wealthy Indian conjurer uses gleaming brass cups. The middle class conjurer uses cups made up of wood. The poor conjurer uses the cups made up of coconut shells. They make a hole on the top of a coconut half-shell and through it they will stuff rolled cotton clothes to serve as knobs to hold the cups.
Even today Indian conjurers from Kashmir to Cape Comerin are doing this Cups...
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Sh-h-h--! TarotSimon J. Lea
To the spectator this effect looks no different to a tarot reading. The tarot cards are not handled in a tell-tale 'card trick' manner. To the spectator, there is no possible way that you, the reader, could know what card they chose. Yet you can discuss the impressions you get from the deck - what the tarot is telling you - and ultimately reveal their card. How you reveal their card is up to you. Are you reading their mind, seeing images of their card in their thoughts or is the tarot deck itself is drawing you towards their card? Perhaps there is a perfectly rational psychological explanation...
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Arte de EncantamientoF. Javier Barcon Furundarena
It is said that this book influenced Father Wenceslao Ciuró (and probably started his serious interest in magic). As Father Ciuró was one of the most prolific Spanish magic writers of the 20th century, Arte de Encantamiento might be one of the most important books in the history of magic in Spain (and the world). Without this book and Father Ciuró's influence, geniuses such as Juan Tamariz and Arturo de Ascanio could have been very successful (and rich) computer engineers (instead of creative geniuses of magic), and the world would have cheaper and better computers instead of all those card...
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Manual de Magica Blancaunknown
This is a Spanish 19th century magic manual describing mostly effects based on clever mechanical, chemical, optical, acoustic and physical principles. It also contains earlier versions of card and coin tricks based upon simple sleight of hand and mathematical principles.
You will notice the ebook is not written in modern Spanish. A great work for historians, collectors or simply if you feel curious about bizarre magic methods of the 19th century.
1st edition 1881; 339 pages.
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