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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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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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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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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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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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Catching a Marked Bullet in the Teeth (Know-How Series)Frank Sinclair
The bullet catch is an extremely dangerous trick to perform. It can cost you your life. Before attempting anything like it you might want to read Twelve Have Died by Ben Robinson. Some of the best performers have paid the ultimate price performing this stunt.
We provide this ebook purely for historical purposes. Do not try this at home. If you do, you accept all responsibility for any injuries, property damage or loss of life.
If you are a trained and experienced professional, skilled in the use of fire arms, the bullet catch can be a reputation maker.
This was part of the Supreme 'Know How' series. ...
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The routines that are described in this ebook are a departure from the norm. The first is an examination and fresh approach to the living and dead test. This is a routine that Luke has actually never seen performed. He does not know of any mentalist currently working who uses this routine and he must confess that in the course of a year, he only performs this effect a handful of times. Presenting this routine requires you to exercise your own judgment in when and where is right. With that said, the method contained within this manuscript presents a new method and a new approach to the construction...
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Following the great response from his first ebook Horus Luca Volpe returns with his second work Nephthys. Nephthys is the name of an Egyptian god, the goddess of magic and knowledge. True to this title, if you perform these effects you will appear to have god-like powers. But don't let this get to your head, they are only magic tricks.
In this ebook Luca Volpe has incorporated many psychological aspects and basic methods to create mindblowing experiences that are 100% surefire! All of the effects come complete with script and performance tips.
The routines Luca describes are:
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Mystery and Magic with Peter WarlockPeter Warlock
Peter Warlock, one of the most brilliant and inventive minds in the world of mentalism, contributes some excellent effects that you can do.
Memories of Jardine Ellis, Devant and other famous names are included but above all this recording will be remembered for the clear and easy-to-understand way in which Peter Warlock describes a number of outstanding mental mysteries.
[This recording was made on a very cold evening and from time to time the sound of the central heating system can be heard.]
This is a licensed reproduction of the famous Magicassette series created by Martin Breese - now owned by Lybrary.com....
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Russian RouletteLarry Becker
Watch Larry Beckerʼs reputation making, edge-of-your-seat performance of this acknowledged classic, recording live at a real world, after-dinner performance.
Next, sit in on a private round table discussion covering a full explanation of this death defying presentation, including the uncut and unrehearsed crucial preshow interview and participant instruction.
Nothing is omitted. Every aspect from weapon selection to safety precautions is covered in complete detail. There is even a special selection of hilarious out-takes!
Even if you have no intention of performing this spine-tingling presentation,...
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Rubix SquareLuke Jermay
In 1980 the Rubik's Cube craze swept across Europe. Recently Rubik's Cube has seen a sort of revival and one can find them again more frequently in toy stores and as corporate give-aways. This is a remarkable routine combining a Rubik's Cube effect with a magic square effect.
The performer begins by removing a Rubik’s Cube and handing it to a spectator to mix. This cube is mixed until the spectator is happy that there could be no possible way of predicting the mixture of the cube. The cube is then handed to the performer. The performer then studies the cube and one side at a time...
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The Blackjack RoomZandman
This is a true miracle. The description below is true to the last word. It reads like a miracle - because it is one.
With contributions from: Greg Arce, Neil Tobin and Richard Osterlind
A prediction is sealed in an envelope and held by an audience member the entire presentation. No switches.
On stage; a table, 5 chairs and a deck of cards. 5 players (spectators) come up to play a hand of blackjack. Cards are shuffled by a random player and re-cased to avoid any tampering by the performer as he explains about blackjack. No false shuffles. No Sleights. One player deals...
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NUD - Numen's Utility Deck: And other Mental Card MysteriesDavid Numen
Imagine a deck that secretly tells you both the identity of a thought-of card and that card's numeric location, either in that deck or in another deck. Think of all the memorized deck applications this would simplify.
No memory work.
No tricky calculations to arrive at the card’s location.
Think of the myriad mentalism applications. A spectator peeks at any card in the deck and you instantly know what the card is and at what number it resides from the top or bottom of that deck or another deck. What's more, you obviously never see the back of the peeked card, which eliminates the...
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The power to provoke motion with one's mind is something that has fascinated man since the existence of such a concept. Imagine a perfectly simplistic demonstration of mind over matter.
In this video download, you will learn how to make a borrowed soda can move freely across the table at a moments notice.
Dee Christopher teaches with the utmost precision this underground miracle, with all the tips, tricks and subtleties added in so that you can go out and perform this effect and blow peoples minds.
You will learn two versions, one an impromptu version without any gimmicks, and another...
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Artful MentalismBob Cassidy & Michael Weber
On February 26th 2009 a historic event took place. Bob Cassidy gave a one-of-a-kind two hour teleseminar which was hosted by his longtime student and friend Michael Weber.
Two hours of pure Cassidy where he answered questions and spoke on a number of crucially important points on mentalism. Some of the topics discussed were:
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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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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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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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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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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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