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Anytime - Anywhere - In The Mind - On the Streets
"Travel is a technically a very simple effect, you can go out and perform it pretty much straight away, it's strength is in this simplicity, it's an IDEAL opener for any mentalist or magician" - Dee ChristopherYou introduce a laminated card which is covered in easily recognizable places from the world. Places like the Eiffel Tower, Niagara Falls or Stonehenge.
You ask a spectator to do an imaginary trip to any of the nine famous sites depicted. You ask them to imagine themselves to be there. You then slowly reveal their thought of place.
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Imagine an effect which gives you an opportunity to give a 100% accurate reading on your spectator. The spectator is asked to think of one of seven emotional words. The performer gives a highly accurate reading and as a bonus the performer reveals the thought of word as well.
Harmless is a Russian Roulette type of effect. The spectator is asked to examine six cards, each one has the word 'Click' on one side and 'Bang' on the other. Six envelopes are examined and any card is placed into any envelope as the performer explains that each card represents a bullet and...
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The MagiCIAn: John Mulholland's Secret CIA Life (Audiobook)Ben Robinson
This is the audio-book version of The MagiCIAn: John Mulholland's Secret CIA Life. Listening time over 9 hours. The author, Ben Robinsion, reads the entire book. Additionally he also reads ten letters to and from Mulholland previously unpublished and not part of the book or ebook. Here is the first half of the first chapter:[If the embedded player should not properly work in your browser you can also download the MP3 here.
"John Mulholland is surely one of the most fascinating personalities in magic history. For his work to advance conjuring as a recognized art, he deserves tremendous respect, and no serious student of magic will want to skip this book." - Michael Claxton, Magic Magazine, Feb 2009.
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Reassembled FinaleAllan Ackerman
Four hands are dealt starting with an Ace for each hand. Another three cards are dealt on top of each ace. One at a time the Aces travel to the magicians hand - your standard Ace assembly. However, in a flash the aces jump back and on top of each pack is an Ace.
There are no difficult moves in this routine, but it is a longer routine with several steps to remember.
runtime: 8min 18s
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The Lazy Man's Interlocking Setup IIMichael Maxwell
One spectator receives a prediction for safe keeping. Another spectator receives a portion of the deck, shuffles it thoroughly, deals cards one at a time on the table, and stops whenever he likes. He may stop at the first card, the last card, or anywhere in between. The value of the randomly chosen card is used to count to a card in the remaining portion of the deck. And that card matches the prediction.
runtime: 4min 34s
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A New GameMichael Maxwell
This trick was developed by Allan and Debbie Ackerman. Debbie is Allan's daughter.
A spectator chooses a card and the value of the card decides how many hands are dealt in this game. Let's say the spectator chooses the 3 of Hearts. A random number of cards is taken from the deck and then dealt into 3 hands. Then the performer announces that the spectator should pick one pile. If that pile does not have a 3 on its top the spectator wins, otherwise the magician wins. Of course, the odds are vastly in favor of the spectator. Nevertheless, the top cards on all three piles turn out to be 3s and as...
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Anthony Owen Talks to Jay FortuneAnthony Owen & Jay Fortune
If you want to break into the TV market you have to listen to this. Anthony Owen is currently the most successful TV magic producer in the UK and has worked on the Derren Brown shows, Monkey Magic, Dirty Tricks, The Real Hustle, and many more. And even if you are not trying to become a TV magic star you will hear a lot of great advice for anybody who wants to make a living with magic.
"I thought CDs were out as a way of learning about magic, but this one by Anthony Owen proves I was wrong. You just have to hear him speak to get the full inspirational effect of his amazing story. This is someone...
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How to be a Part-Time ProGene Anderson
Gene Anderson shares his international experience and opinion on things ranging from the difference between semi-pro and part-time pro, timing, entertaining. Excellent information on how to improve and get the most out of your act.
This tape contains a first class routine embodying a couple of tricks that blend beautifully into a linked routine...not only practical but devised for maximum impact. The full performing routine for Gene's world famous torn and restored newspaper effect is given. The secret is not revealed as the manuscript can be purchased from most magical dealers but the actual...
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Cards on the TableJerry Sadowitz
This was Jerry's first hardbound collection and it contains some wonderful card magic. New plots, new methods, all with the distinctive Sadowitz flair for ingenuity. If you haven't read any of Jerry's material before, this book will convince you why Jerry is regarded as one of the most creative cardicians.
The book opens with "Fetch", an animated card discovery which you will use as soon as you read it. Or what about "A Million to One" in which the spectator shuffles the deck and then cuts it into two piles, one contains all the red cards, the second contains all the black cards! Or if you...
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The Ganson BookLewis Ganson
This book is part biographical, a history of Lewis Ganson - one of the most prolific authors of magic, and a lot of wonderful magic.
It is written in Ganson's usual well-written, well-articulated style. Cards, coins, money magic, mental magic, cups and balls, and much more.
1st edition 1982; 232 pages.
Table of Contents
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Farelli's Card MagicVictor Farelli
Unavailable for 70 years - not anymore
A practical treatise on little-known card sleights, including numerous new card problems.
"You already know it, of course, but I would be amiss if I did not state for the record that putting Farelli parts I & II into standard format, transforming it, in the process, from 50 pages into 140, much improves it as a reference and it now looks really great. Thanks for a job well done." - 'M'This is an exceptional book on card moves and tricks. A publication that has been long forgotten. It is filled with notes and advice by Victor Farelli - a professional...
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25 Rising Card TricksUlysses Frederick Grant
This is the first and to this date one of only two English publications exclusively devoted to the rising card effect (the other being Knowing the Rising Cards). This was an early publication by U. F. Grant and is therefore exceedingly rare. Some of the methods described are well known others are quite unusual and therefore highly interesting.
It is likely that the effect of the houlette swinging on two ribbons in Samuel Hooker's famous rising cards is done exactly the way U. F. Grant describes in this manuscript.
The cover boldly states the price: $1 - in 1935 that is. According to the inflation calculator one dollar in 1935 is $15.53 today....
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Glass of Water Production RoutinePercy Press
This was a favourite effect of the much loved Percy Press. He was, perhaps, the last of the English 'Street Conjurors' and had performed this effect thousands of times.
HOW IT LOOKED
Percy would tilt his small table forward to show that the top was solid. Replacing it on the ground, he laid a white handkerchief on it. A 10p coin was borrowed and placed in the centre of the handkerchief. He then borrowed a soft trilby hat and covered the coin with it. He lifted the hat and the coin was still on the hank. He placed the coin in his left hand and it vanished. He replaced the mouth-down hat...
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The MintAlan Rorrison
This is a really clever visual effect. I love it.
Present a 'mint sheet' (a piece of aluminum foil). Borrow a coin and press the coin into the mint sheet. The impression looks just like the coin. But of course it is just an impression not a real coin - or is it? Hand the coin with which you created the impression back to the spectator. You only have the aluminum foil with the coin impression. With your thumb you squeeze and pull the impression of the mint sheet and create a new coin. The impression has transformed into a real coin. You do the same with the other side of the coin to 'mint'...
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A lovely card stretching routine - very simple to do, because a little something does most of the work for you.
Have a card selected (totally free choice) and draw a happy stick figure on the back of the card. The spectator can even sign the back, too. Then you place the card back on the top of the back and add another card on top of it - the stretch box. You now stretch the card with the signature clearly showing. At the end, simply square up table the top card, the stretch box, and hand out the selected with the stick figure as a souvenir.
This is very simple, no difficult sleights,...
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Metal MorphasisAlan Rorrison
Have a spectator take out a coin and have him sign it. Show an empty card case and drop the signed coin into it. The card case is closed and put on the spectators stretched out hand. Then you bring out a bottle cap or take one that is lying around and have it signed as well. The bottle cap is lying on the table. You take the card case held on the tips of your fingers - to make clear that no sleight of hand is possible - and tap the bottle cap. The bottle cap instantaneously transforms into the signed coin.
The transformation is incredibly visual and happens right in front of the spectators...
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In FlightAlan Rorrison
This is a neat card and coin to pocket effect.
Have a spectator grab a coin and sign it on both sides. You vanish it, or as Alan likes to say 'make it invisible'. Have a spectator select a card, and also the card vanishes while rubbing it on the leg.
Both card and coin magically traveled to your pocket. However, the unbelievable miracle is that the signed coin is actually inside the spectator selected card. The card has to be peeled open like an in-flight envelope to get to the coin.
Alan teaches every detail. A unique and unforgettable miracle.
runtime: 19min 34s
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Broken HomeAlan Rorrison
Borrow a set of keys. Break off the tip of a key clearly showing the broken key still on the key ring. Then mend the key and return all keys in perfect condition back to the spectator.
This is a very visual quick effect to impress your audience and set the right mood for more miracles to come.
runtime: 6min 35s
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Black MarkAlan Rorrison
A black mark drawn on the back of an incorrect card transforms it into the correct card which was selected earlier by the spectator.
For example, the spectator selects the 3 of Hearts. The magician finds a card but it is the 3 of Diamonds. He draws a black mark on the back of the card. The mark penetrates the card and shows up on the front with the correct suit: Hearts.
runtime: 13min 12s
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Popular Card TricksWalter Gibson
Walter Gibson intended this book for the novice. All the tricks are quite easy to perform. And in the beginning under the heading "The Presentation of Card Tricks" Gibson gives very valuable advice of how to create a program and how to present it.
Nevertheless the book is so good that even the intermediate and advanced card magician will be able to learn a lot from its pages.
This book was originally written by Walter B. Gibson for Houdini. Houdini's death in 1926 prevented him putting it out, and Walter issued it under his own name. Ted Annemann considered it one of the best books in its field . . . it...
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Horror Show ProJack Dutton
This is the same as Horror Show except here, you get a license to reuse, sell (or even give-away) your very own version of Horror Show.
We reconfigure the program just for you! The program screens feature your name, company, logo and/or weblink. The Horror Show Guidance booklet will also be reconfigured to display your contact details (or whatever you wish).
Well, we could stop there... but, no, there's more: Horror Show Pro also includes custom artwork and templates (with your details emblazoned on them) so you can burn the program to CD to sell or give-away. Why would anyone want a business card?...
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Horror ShowJack Dutton
Now you can take your spectators on a tour of horror-ful amazement.
Your guest selects a horror movie title (one of nearly 200)...then answers three questions designed to probe deep into their psyche.
The program then correctly identifies the movie title they originally chose!
With a few fun surprises along the way, and the fact that it can be performed wherever you can lay your hands on a computer; this is a unique effect!
Here's the low-down:
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The Lie DetectorLarry Jennings
An entertaining an fairly easy to perform effect.
Spectator picks a card, remembers it, and returns it. Performer claims that a pack of cards is like a computer and that he can program it to function like a lie detector. After the performer takes out some cards and reinserts them into the pack, the entire deck is handed to the spectator who answer and spells his answers by tabling cards. Was the card a face or point card? Was the card red or black? What suit was it? The bottom card of the tabled packet always shows the correct answer and therefore it is clear if the spectator told the truth...
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The Pacoima SolutionLarry Jennings
The performer retails and reenacts a dream that at the end becomes reality.
A pack of cards is introduced. Spectator gives it a cut and peaks at a card in the center of the deck. Then the spectator gives the deck a shuffle. Performer turns half of the deck face up and half stays face down. The spectator is asked to remember if her card is in the face-up or face-down portion. The performer spreads the face-up portion. Then the portions are separated and the performer continues with his dream where he took a card crumpled it up and it vanished in mid air to reappear face up in the tabled portion....
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