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Hitting the HeadlinesEddie Joseph
You will involve five spectators with various tasks. Two persons are first called up. We shall refer to them as 'A' and 'B'. A pack of cards is dropped between them. 'A' is asked to cut the pack and 'B' is told to take half for himself by actual count. 'A' retains the other half.
From this point the mentalist turns his back on the spectators and does NOT face them again until AFTER everything is over.
The two persons are told to deal together from their respective portions of the pack. A THIRD person is asked to act as umpire and to stop the dealing at any point. As an added precaution...
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Mentalist's Guide: NightclubsB. Thomas
Mentalist's Guide: Nightclubs is available for the first time in almost a decade. It is book two in B. Thomas' series, Cold Reading for Profit. Originally mentalist and radio psychic B. Thomas only sold this at his lectures and had a limited run among inner circles of professional mentalists. This series has been among the top 10 Must Have books on Cold Reading among pros.
B. Thomas shows you how to market yourself successfully in nightclubs, using tools and techniques he used to build a successful career behind the microphone as a radio psychic. Thomas was heard on radio station all over...
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My Mind in Your PocketTimothy Wade
A mind reading card effect which takes place in the hands of the spectator.
The performer, with back turned, asks a spectator to make a choice between four identical face down decks in a row. When the selection is made he/she is told to pick up the chosen deck under which is one of the performer's business cards. Before examining the business card the spectator is asked to shuffle the deck and place it back on the table. This done, the spectator is asked to look at what is on the back of the business card and then place it in a pocket or somewhere else out of site. Lastly the spectator is...
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Strange TruthsB. W. McCarron
A great audience participation effect. Ideal for corporate shows and parties.
EFFECT: Several spectators are asked to think of an unusual job that they have held during their career. Another spectator thinks of an unusual occupation that he or she has never held.
The spectators write their jobs on any paper. They place their folded billets in a bowl or basket in plain sight.
The performer then reveals the strange but true occupations and identifies which of them is the false one, as well! A solid 4-6 minutes of mental fun for any act. Plays big, packs small. The gimmick (yes there is...
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CanastosUlrich von Etzenbach
Canastos is one of these few book test predictions, which you can perform anytime, anywhere and with anyone. Once you have learned Canastos, you can perform an impromptu miracle wherever you go.
The performer invites a spectator to take part in his experiment. The performer hands a spectator an envelope and asks them to make sure it is never touched by the performer again. The spectator is also given a book to inspect and to make sure that every page is different with nothing else written down except the text itself.
The performer takes the book back and riffles through the pages until...
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Improved Muscle ReadingPercy Abbott
The general effect and principle of Muscle Reading is that a person merely thinks of any object and you take hold of his wrist or hand and lead him to the article he is thinking of.
In this improved method, we have overcome several obstacles to insure picking out the right subjects so you cannot fail. As anyone giving public performances wishes to be sure he will be able to accomplish what he starts out to do, this is a big asset. We also have found a good reason for holding the subject's wrist, and last but not least have a practical apparent non-contact method. This throws the audience...
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The Block PeekDee Christopher
As mentalists, we constantly hunt for new ways to gather the secret thoughts of our audiences. We force the people we meet to think in particular ways, or find deceptive techniques to find out thoughts when we give them free reign on what to create in their minds. This manuscript deals with a solution for the latter concept.
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Charlie Charlie and Other SpooksPaul Voodini
Charlie Charlie & Other Spooks is a collection of bizarre magick and paranormal entertainment routines subtitled 'Contemporary Bizarre Magick for the Modern Era'. The routines, ideas, and presentations contained within take their inspiration from modern urban myths and legends.
There are three main sections to this ebook. The first section covers the Charlie Charlie spirit communication phenomena that has been sweeping the internet in recent times. Paul Voodini takes the original idea, thoroughly explores it, and offers new insights and presentational angles that enable to performer to take...
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Obscurum per ObscuriusGerard Zitta
BILL DATES: You predict the bill and the date that a spectator you just met, will take out of his wallet.
THE JANUS FORCE: A business card is fairly selected among five, by throwing a dice, only once (or by freely naming a digit 1 to 6). The result on the back of the card was predicted in advance of course. Furthermore, you can show that the odds should have been against this result, as there were more cards with the opposite outcome. This system can be used to force any choice between two possibilities (for instance: red or black, heads or tails, etc.) even though the other choice had more...
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News of the WorldSean Taylor
Sean Taylor is one of the top corporate entertainers in Australia. When working to develop an original theatre show with 3 fellow mentalists, he was tasked with writing a closer for the show. It had to be clean and deceptive, it had to be easy to perform, it had to be original and it had to be, in the words of Bob Cassidy, a 'macro' effect. In other words, the WHOLE audience could join in.
Imagine then, sheets of any newspaper being circulated and shredded, a random audience member is asked to select from a bunch of these pieces which are all different and then to narrow to a single piece and then to...
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Anchors AHoySean Taylor
David Hoy's neo-classic, the Tossed out Deck has become the flavour of many months. Sean Taylor first performed it more than 25 years ago and, over that time, he's dissected it, tweaked it and tried to think long and hard about what the audience really thinks they might be seeing. The result of a quarter century of real work is a handling which is unlike any other. The core methodology is still very much Hoy but the layers of smoke and sheer subtlety which surround it will astound even those who perform this effect right now.
What you have here then is a method which has fooled some of the...
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Perfect BDay DivinationMike Kempner
Birthdays. They are the most intimate part of everybody's existence. Every single person celebrates his or her birthday. But, for the most part, besides family and friends, birthdays are not known by just any random person. With this effect, you can walk up to a person, and without asking any questions or pumping for any information whatsoever, you simply tell them his or her date of birth...it's just that SIMPLE!
You approach a stranger. You truly have never met her before, and you don't even know her name. You propose a little experiment. You tell her to remain completely silent,...
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Dark Matter Secrets: 80 Years of Spooky MagicVarious Authors
One of the biggest bargains in magic. Over 80 years in the making. Abbott's Dark Matter Secrets is simply the greatest compilation of "spooky and bizarre" magic and mentalism effects ever assembled. Some date back to Abbott's beginning back in 1934. The ultimate spooky magic book, Abbott's Dark Matter Secrets has 142 effects and includes stage illusions (complete with workshop plans), sideshow illusions (again, complete with workshop plans), parlor effects, escape effects, mentalism effects, etc. Dark Matter Secrets is Abbott Magic's expression of spooky magic that it has sold in one form or...
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Simplex Magazine TestDevin Knight
This routine has been part of my act for the last 20 years. An easy and novel way of performing a magazine test without any specially printed magazines, duplicate pages, external cue lists, or memory work. All you need are two magazines that you can get in any grocery store. A spectator chooses one of them and another spectator calls out a page number. He turns to the page and notes the first word on the page. The performer then reveals the word with NO FISHING or can show it was previously predicted on a white board. No secret peeks or sleights, it's self-contained and so easy to do. You will...
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Three Mind MonteDavid Devlin
This offering from David Devlin is an incredible mentalism act for the stage that begins with a really cool chair test and a two-phase Three Card Monte using jumbo cards in which the spectators "throw" the cards. Even though the spectators are throwing the Monte while the mentalist's back is turned completely away from the on-stage spectators and can be legitimately blindfolded, he is always able to find the queen!
This may be one of the few acts that feature a chair test that actually serves a purpose beyond fulfilling a prediction. It gets the spectators on stage and gets the Monte cards...
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M: a Mixture of Magic and MentalismGerard Zitta
All the effects will look improvised from the audience point of view, but they need a one-time preparation, and all are easy, except for the three last ones that will need more practice and some rehearsal.
ATM wallet: You will do this one every single time you have to pay something. You need an item every magician has got already in their drawer.
X=H3-E2: Rapidly force one object among a higher number of objects. (twice as fast as "PATEO", and easier to perform.)
Phone hypnosis: Block a borrowed phone (harmless), with the power of your mind. Easy.
Bright as a feather: Use a feather...
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(Menta)Lists is a revolutionary system that allows the mentalist to predict the outcome of a game of word association.
Everybody is familiar with the game of word association. One person thinks of a word, then the next person says another word that can somehow be associated with it, and so it continues. For example: Frog - Green - Apple - Tree - Squirrel etc.
(Menta)Lists gives you the power to accurately predict the final word that will be named!
With (Menta)Lists they can now select their own words. That's right - they can think of ANY random words that come to mind... and you are...
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MindStorms is the first mentalism book from Australian magician and mentalist Sean Taylor. This unique publication brings together more than 20 routines from Sean's working repertoire and also details his feelings on the performance and presentation of mentalism. The descriptions of each effect are detailed way beyond those usually included in magic publications and are littered with observations, advice and handling tips which can only come from hundreds of performances of the material. Several of the items in the book have been in Sean's armoury for many years and several are still in his...
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Magic of the MindLewis Ganson
This is a wonderful collection of some of the best mental magic published in The Gen.
Section One - Predictions
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Symbol Dice ReadingFred Betzner
A unique reading that will set you apart from the crowd!
When I saw a set of "Rory's Story Cubes" for the first time, I thought there was great potential in the product as a reading tool. The product is sold as a set of nine cubes, containing 54 images, and intended as a tool for creative story telling. According to one retailer, there are 10,077,696 possible combinations, when the cubes are tossed out. I purchased a set of these online for under $9.00.
This PDF details the following:
INTRODUCTION to the product and reading concept. Once learned, this presentation can be limited to...
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Code RedMike Kempner
Code Red, from a non-mentalism perspective, has several meanings, including being a code used in hospitals to alert staff to various emergencies. The use of codes is intended to convey essential information with zero misunderstanding so that errors can be avoided. Within hospitals, codes can be posted on placards throughout the hospital, or even on employee ID badges for ease of reference. Code Red in hospitals is certainly an established protocol. Within mentalism, however, I first introduced Code Red in my performance in 2014, so it is a new concept. As the technique’s originator, I define...
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An OfferingDale A. Hildebrandt
It's Not Just A Rock: A rock becomes something more...
This takes "One Hotter Coin" and "Energy Hand" and puts them on steroids. Perfect for one-on-one demonstrations; you'll get a rock to heat up, cool down, throb around, and finally make an everlasting change - in both the rock and the participant. And you don't switch rocks for the change. This is all part of "ONE HOTTEST COIN" and you'll absolutely love these presentations.
Sally Sells Seashells: A walk along the beach...
An enchantress, a walk along the beach, and some elemental magic all combine for a fun situational routine....
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The Magician That Became The MentalistDustin Dean
The Magician That Became The Mentalist, is a collection of workable material and ideas that I have created over the past few years. I share with you some of my most used, original routines that I use in the real world. I also share some of my thoughts on mentalism and magic. This includes the importance of performance, dual reality, simplicity, and much more. In this ebook you'll find useful effects and advice, whether you are a magician, mentalist, or in between! I even share a new principle never before seen in mentalism or magic. A principle I named the "WatchStop" principle that can be adapted...
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Ouija: billet-less name guessRoss Tayler & Fraser Parker
As close to real billet-less name guess.
Imagine... In the course of a routine, during a close up performance, you get the spectator to focus on the name of someone close to them. They name a few random letters, including letters from the name. The name is not written down anywhere and exists only in their mind. And you instantly tell them the name they are thinking of.
This is exactly what you DO. There are no billets, tears or peeks. Simply the words you use and the illusion they create, are all you need to be able to accurately guess a name, most of the time. Like real mind reading,...
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