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The Sandwich PeekScott Creasey
Here's what your audience sees: You take a stack of business cards and show them on both sides then hand one to a volunteer to draw a picture, write a word, print a number, or even write a question, there are no restrictions. The stack is turned blank side up and their card dropped drawing side down on top. It is then fairly cut to the center where it remains reversed in the middle at all times.
Even under these conditions you can get a full card peek, reveal the information and yet still show their card reversed in the center whenever you wish.
Finally, you run through the stack and...
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The ScannerJosé Prager
Possibly The Scanner is one of the most innocent impression devices/pads you will ever come across.
What they are saying about The Scanner:
"The Scanner is an easy to make impression pad that looks very innocent while holding a...
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The Secret GardenCathy Shadows & Paul Voodini
Paul Voodini presents Cathy Shadows' Secret Garden, the final PDF in the Cathy Shadows series.
For the serious student and the experienced reader, comes the Secret Garden. This is a fascinating and unique reading technique whereby the sitter is taken on a guided visualization of a beautiful garden. Within the walls of this garden lay the answers to the sitter's most deeply held questions - what did the past mean, what is happening to me now, and how will the future develop?
It is entirely possible to present this reading technique both in an esoteric/psychic manner or as a character analysis...
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The Secrets of Doctor "A"Robert A. Nelson
"Dr. A" was a real-life figure, having devoted 33 years of his life as a very successful office reader and clairvoyant. He gave Robert Nelson full permission to publish his unique secrets, however he requested that he remain anonymous.
He devised, created and used what Nelson regarded as one of the finest - if not the finest - methods of giving private readings and (apparently) reading the minds of others.
The system described is so subtle and versatile that Dr. "A" and Nelson both were able to give thought-staggering readings and demonstrations under the most adverse of conditions, whether...
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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 Seven Keys of the JinxSteve Pellegrino
Annemann's Seven Keys To Baldpate has been a classic effect for over 80 years. Traditionally mentalists have used one of two methods to achieve the effect. There was either a switch of the keys or a unique lock. However, as long as this effect has been available, another method, often overlooked, offers several advantages over the original.
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The Seven SealsAl Mann
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The Shattered ChaliceAl Mann
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The Single White DwarfScott Creasey
A multipurpose, innocent appearing, easy to make utility prop, that should be in the arsenal of every mentalist.
The Peek Envelope just evolved.
"Got it. Great stuff! Great thinking and a fantastic utility item!" - Greg Arce
With a nod to Bob Cassidy's original White Dwarf and his later White Dwarf Revisited Scott's Single White Dwarf peek envelope, does away with the second envelope, closes the window and instead uses a standard, security lined, single, white letter envelope which can be freely handled by the spectator and is suitable for stage, cabaret and close up.
This 45-minute instant...
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The Skeleton of Jekyll and HydeDevin Knight
Most magicians are familiar with the Do-As-I-Do card trick, where both the magician and spectator select the same card from two different decks. This has been a staple of card magic for over 100 years. But can you imagine doing this with two dictionaries where both the spectator and magician select the same word?
Can you imagine doing this with no forcing of a word! It's possible using a long-forgotten secret from the 30s and updated for today's performers. Read on.
Let's assume you are the spectator and I am the magician. I have two identical large-print dictionaries. You chose a page...
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The SmagoradGary Inglese & Dennis Laub
The Smagorad is a legendary magick book whose very content was thought to be able to affect the course of the cosmic universe. Its secrets were believed so powerful that they could alter the natural elements.
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The Social PredictionDebjit Chaudhuri
The Social Prediction has fooled the best minds in mentalism and now Debjit has finally decided to share it with the magic community. The video and PDF covers two revolutionary impromptu techniques to predict anything weeks in advance.
Imagine asking someone to think of anything, they open your Facebook profile from their phone and they see that you had already predicted it months ago.
The effects can be performed live or over phone calls, messages, Skype and radio. They can also be used to predict the winners of the World Cup or any event on social media. And it's the best way to promote...
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The Society for Psychical ResearchEdward T. Bennett
The Society for Psychical Research its rise and progress and a sketch of its work.
1st edition 1903, 57 pages; PDF 50 pages.
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The Spectator KnowsDevin Knight
Apparently give a random spectator temporary psychic abilities.
This is the same routine that was used by Dunninger in his stage shows, according to the late Al Mann. Two spectators are invited on stage. A deck of cards is shown and shuffled and a lady selects one and returns it to the deck. She does not show the card to either the mentalist or the other spectator. The mentalist again shuffles the deck and says, "We all have psychic powers, if we would just develop them."
The magician then hands the deck to the other spectator and says go to the corner of the room and look through the cards and see if...
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The Spirit is WillingJames Auer
Well written ebook of mental effects, designed to form a completely routined show. Good variety, suitable for most occasions. Presentation, routining, patter and full instructions for Conundrum in Crystal, Numbers Game, Ultimate Miracle, Spirit is Willing, Extra ESPecial, 6th Columnist, Two for TV, American Tel & Tel-epathy. Plus opening lecture, bibliography. All one man routines.
1st edition 1961; 1st digital edition 2013, 49 pages.
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The Spirit World UnmaskedHenry Ridgely Evans
Illustrated investigations into the phenomena of spiritualism and theosophy. [Note: This is a reprint of the earlier Hours with the Ghosts.
From the preface:
The author has had sittings with many famous mediums of this country and Europe, but has seen little to convince him of the fact of spirit communication. The slate tests and so-called materializations have invariably been frauds. Some experiments along the line of automatic writing and psychometry, however, have demonstrated to the writer the truth of telepathy or thought-transference. The theory of telepathy explains many of the marvels ascribed to spirit intervention in things mundane. ...
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The Spirit-Medium's Secret FriendPaul Voodini
After being forgotten for a century and a half, the mythical lost text of Victorian Spiritualism 'The Spirit-Medium's Secret Friend' has finally been revealed to Paul Voodini, shown to him in dreams and meditations by his spirit guide Nero Wolfe.
Really??? No, of course not. But what then is this PDF titled The Spirit-Medium's Secret Friend? A labour of love? An intricate back-story for those with eyes to see? A plot for any number of routines? Or simply a fascinating insight into the shadowy world of the Victorian spirit-medium? You decide. Come empty handed and take from this text that...
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The Sticky Head GameNathaniel
Do you know the"Sticky Head Game"? It is an amusing party game also known as "forehead detective", "the name game", or simply "the post-it on your forehead game". It follows simply rules. Instruct each participant to take a sticky note and secretly write down the name of any famous person, alive or dead. Request that each person turn to the participant on her right and place her sticky note onto that person's forehead. It is very important that the person wearing the note remain in the dark about whose name is now adhering to her forehead. All participants will see the names stuck onto everyone...
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The Study of Trance Muscle ReadingGeorge Miller Beard
From the preface:
The following narratives and analyses of facts relating to the investigation of important and interesting phenomena of the nervous system are published in the belief that they will be new, in whole or in part, to the majority of neurologists and practitioners, both in Europe and America.
Some of the facts connected with the detailed history of muscle-reading are here put on permanent record for the first time, and have been obtained partly from memory and partly from public and private documents in my possession.
It is interesting and incredible that these phenomena...
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The Supernatural?Lionel A. Weatherly & John Nevil Maskelyne
In this work, Lionel Weatherly inspects and investigates stories of mirages, prophetic dreams and the experiences of historical figures like Joan of Arc. Illusionist John Nevil Maskelyne, who exposed the fraud of a number of spiritualists including the Davenport Brothers, and who created several famous illusions which are still being performed today, examines the truth behind a number of famous Eastern magical illusions. Maskelyne also scrutinizes mediumistic fraud, questioning the credibility of figures like D. D. Home and Madame Blavatsky, in an entertaining and carefully argued investigation...
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The Supplemental OORTPhilemon Vanderbeck
A continuation of the original volume, The Collected OORT, The Supplemental OORT continues its exploration of the subject of cold reading through 19 more essays by such authors as; Craig Browning, R. Lee Davis, Ian Fabian, Alain Gesbert, Brother Shadow, William Thomas, Philemon Vanderbeck, A. E. Waite, Larry White and Jon Why.
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The Svengali FoolerDevin Knight
This is a new effect from Devin Knight's recent East Coast lecture tour. It uses a special Svengali deck in a way that magicians will never suspect. So you know, you will need to own or buy a Svengali Deck and gimmick it to do this trick. Take this to your next magic club meeting and puzzle the members.
EFFECT: The performer shows a deck of cards and mixes them. He invites a spectator to stop him as he deals the cards face down on the table. The person can stop him anywhere in the deal, there are no restrictions. The performer deals until the person says stop. The performer shows the card...
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The Swami GimmickSam Dalal
This booklet is included with every sale of a swami gimmick at Sam's Funtime shop. With this digital edition you will of course not receive any swami gimmicks. But you will receive all the information about how to use one, with routine ideas and other important information of how to practice and care for your gimmick.
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The Telesthesia CodeUnknown Mentalist
This is a two person telepathy act. The Telesthesia Code is simple and easy yet undetectable. You and your assistant (or partner or spouse etc) can learn this code in under 5 minutes. There are absolutely no words that need to be spoken nor any body signals required. You and your assistant do not even face each other and there is no eye contact. And yet, you can seemingly relay thoughts to your assistant.
This method is ideal for close up situations and with a bit of audience management can easily be adapted to a parlor situation too.
The effect as it plays out from the audience point...
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