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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 Additionally he also reads ten letters to and from Mulholland previously unpublished and not part of the book or ebook.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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TurbulencePeter Duffie & Cameron Francis
In Turbulence, the impossible becomes possible.
Turbulence is a multi-phase card routine that is both mind-bending and entertaining.
Turbulence kicks off with a sizzling and super clean "Collectors" phase where four Kings instantly collect three previously signed cards. Then, in the blink of an eye, the three cards instantly vanish. The three cards are then reproduced as they are summoned from the deck one by one. Finally, the Kings are placed in your pocket and an impossible transposition occurs — the Kings are suddenly found on the table while the three signed cards are...
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Singapore Lecture Notes(Benny) Ben Harris
Ben Harris' first set of lecture notes from his first ever lecture in 1985— re-written, re-photographed...
These notes have been re-written and re-photographed. The material is bright, crisp and hard-hitting. Mostly cards, including a wonderful multi-phase OIL AND WATER routine that's a joy to perform. PYRAMID CARDS is an easy and visual stunt revelation that was originally created by Jay Sankey. Here are a couple of cool variations. COMING TOGETHER AGAIN is a real killer item based on a Sadowitz piece from Almanac (see demo video below).
The real highlight is the closer Ben used on both nights in Singapore....
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This is a beautiful ring-card linking effect.
Spectator freely chooses a card which he signs. Performer hole punches the signed card and magically attaches and then magically removes a ring. The hole punched card can be handed out for inspection.
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Crossroads(Benny) Ben Harris
"This is going to fry a lot of people..." - Richard KaufmanA SPECIFICALLY SELECTED CARD VANISHES FROM A SEALED DECK YOU'VE NEVER TOUCHED! And then... RE-APPEARS WHEREVER YOU WANT,...
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Magic in the Modern MannerOrville Wayne Meyer
This is a work most will not be familiar with. Many will dismiss it with 'another old magic book'. But those in the know have carefully studied it and hold it dear as one of the most valuable books for a working professional magician.
It is the original and the only one of four places where Annemann's bullet catch is described, because it was Orville Meyer who supplied Annemann with the method. All the three other places where this is described are out of print and hard to impossible to find.
And now this lost Orville Meyer gem has been made even more valuable by extensive annotations and a new...
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Cluster BombPeter Duffie
Cluster Bomb is a new card effect that hits spectators hard. Watch the demo below. The routine is fully explained in a 25 minute video presentation that you can download to your computer.
Note that only three blanks are used and nothing is added or palmed away. This is not self-working but only basic card skills are required. There are no assumptions of knowledge - everything is explained.
A simple gimmick is required and you will see Peter make one on the video in one minute.
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Moment's Notice: Five Impromptu Card EffectsCameron Francis
Cameron Francis presents five 100% completely impromptu card effects. This is commercial, easy card magic. No set-ups and no extra props. All you need is a deck, two hands, an interested spectator and you are set to amaze! Here's what you'll find beyond the cover:
Elevation: Four phases of sandwich/elevator/twisting/transpo madness that will make you look like a sleight of hand god. But it's all oh, so easy to do! (See the demo video below.)
Spin Cycle: Twisting the Aces meets Hofzinser with a powerful in-the-spectator's-hands ending!
Emergency! A super convincing in the hands Triumph...
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I Hate RabbitsAlan Rorrison
This is Alan Rorrison's semi-sarcastic reply to the dreaded request: "Can you pull a rabbit out of a hat?" This question has plagued close-up magicians for decades. Suffer no more. This effect is the appropriate answer and will silence your pesky spectators.
The effect is lovely. Get a card selected and signed (a truly free selection - no force), draw a top hat on it and have rabbit appear in it. Then you use a rubber band as lasso to catch the rabbit.
1st edition 2009; runtime: 16min
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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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Eye candy at its best.
Magicians always do card tricks. Why not do something more than just a card trick that will blow everyone's mind? For example, take any two playing cards from the deck, and fold them into 2 little supports. Take the ordinary card box and place it on top of them. This may not seem impressive yet...until you remove one of the structures leaving an impossible image in your spectators mind!
Or perhaps take a pencil and place it onto an ordinary pop can, and on the end of the pencil place the card box leaving a totally impossible image that just can't be explained. All...
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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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Final WaveAlan Rorrison
The final wave is a very visual card routine. It requires what is typically called a 'bastard hard move'. I can therefore only recommend this effect to the hard core card experts who are willing to put the necessary work into this move.
Of course, if you like the effect you can exchange the difficult move with other easier moves, but it will be hard to achieve the same clean and direct performance without it.
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The LinkerAlan Rorrison
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"Cracking direct approach to the routine. Almost as good as mine....Ok, it IS as good as mine!" -- Alan Rorrison, creator of Misleading Misled
"Highly recommended!" -- Jeff Pierce
"...absolutely brilliant! Looks fantastic and totally clean." -- Chris Congreave
"I've worked on countless versions of the Pencil Thru Bill plot over the past 20 years and I can honestly say that Cameron's is the very best!" -- Iain Moran
"I have a few versions of pen thru bill both gimmicked and ungimmicked, this is one of the cleanest impromptu...
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The Return of the Big FlapChris Webb & Titanas
Imagine you show any bill or banknote of any value and a playing card which is chosen and marked. In full view with no switches instantly the card changes into the bill and the bill into the card. Give the signed card out as a souvenir!
The strength of this effect is in its visual impact. The transformation happens right in front of your eyes.
On this action packed video you will learn to perform this miracle with ease and yet still have a visual killer. Packed with extra handlings, 3 routines and loads of moves so you can create your own routine.
Performance of "Money Transpo"
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Power TripPeter Duffie
A Multi-phase routine where Aces magically reverse, then change to Kings then back to Aces, then the Aces assemble and...
Bringing out your deck, you offer to show the audience a wonderful Ace trick, and so you remove the four Aces and hold them face down. One by one the Aces magically turn face up. Then you say, "If you think that's a good trick - I know an even better one with the four Kings." At that, the Aces in your hand change into the four Kings.
A spectator now cuts the deck into four piles, and you deal a King onto each pile. Just as you deal the last King, you have second thoughts...
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Madness Volume 1Daniel Madison
22 minutes video - 19 page PDF ebook - 8 powerful effects
This is best described as 'contact juggling with cards' - incredible. You will learn cuts, tosses, slides, as well as some magical effects such as transformations and transpositions. Great music by Daniel himself. Very gritty, powerful material for the hard core card handler.
Many of the 'pure magicians' might not like this. It is essentially all flourishes. But it is wonderfully acrobatic. I love this kind of manipulation. It is one direction modern card magic is going to follow. If you want to learn something impressive, something...
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From NothingKevin Parker
An apple visually materializes and can be handed out to keep. See video below for a demo. Spectator is offered a gift or fruit but hands the bag back because it's empty. Magician takes bag and points inside saying "Just look closer right there" and the spectator watches through the see-through bag as an apple materializes in the magician's hand. It is then handed to them to keep. This has been performed many times at the request of magicians, they fall in love with it and so do the spectators. They see you produce natural objects from nothing, miraculously.
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Looking for a killer card effect that's practical, that instantly resets and can be done completely in the hands without a table? Then Duped is the trick you've been searching for!
A card is selected, noted and lost in the pack. We'll say this card is the Eight of Clubs. The magician then pulls out a packet of four cards. He turns over the top card, a Two of Hearts, and slips it into the middle of the packet. It instantly rises to the top. This is repeated two more times. The magician says, "When I do this, people assume that I use duplicates. Well, they're right." All the cards...
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Passing ThruKevin Parker
Borrow a coin and show a normal empty glass bottle, then visually pass the coin through the base of the bottle. They don't just see the coin 'appear' in the bottle; they see it 'melt' right through. Then you shake the bottle to conclude the coin is indeed inside the bottle, then give it out as a souvenir. You can even do this with a borrowed bottle. This is Kevin Parker's Passing Thru.
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Troublemakers: A Strange Printing EffectCameron Francis
Cameron Francis brings you a twisted packet trick that will blow your spectators away.
Effect: The magician displays a packet of six Jokers and asks the spectators if they have ever heard of marked cards. Assuming they reply in the affirmative, the magician continues, "Well, most people don't know how to really mark cards. Especially in a subtle fashion. But I do. And I'll show you right now using this packet of jokers." Noticing two blue backed jokers in the packet, the magician sets them aside, claiming they are "troublemakers". The other four Jokers are shown to have normal red backs....
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A visual penetration of coin through can.
The performer finishes his / her can of drink and shakes every last drop out. A coin is then shown and placed in the palm of the other hand. The base of the can is impacted on the coin several times and then penetrates the base of the can. The spectators can hear the coin pass through the metal. The coin is inside the can and the spectator can take the coin out and keep both items if they wish.
This is a great little idea combining a common gimmick with a clever move to accomplish a coin penetrating a can - a visual and audible effect.
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