The ultimate collection of mind-blowing English mind magic! Some of the world's top mentalist's tip their mitt! After the success of Miraculous Minds - Scotland goes mental Peter Duffie pulled off an even bigger job covering England with 41 contributors and 57 sensational routines. Do the math yourself, this is the quality and quantity bargain of the year.
The contributors in the order in which they appear in the ebook are: Marc Paul, John Archer, Wayne Dobson, Stephen Tucker, Paul Hallas, Christopher Williams, Abracadaver, Les Johnson, Harold Cataquet, Andy Nicholls, Shiv Duggal, James Ward, Stephen Jones, Russell Hall, Roni Shachnaey, Lewis Jones, Scott Creasey, Barry Cooper, Al Smith, Roger Curzon, Andrew Brown, Anthony Brahams, Dominic Twose, Justin Higham, Mike Hopley, Roger Ferriby, Todd Landman, David Britland, Walt Lees, Andi Gladwin, Chris Hare, Chris Wardle, James Brown, Olly Crofton, Paul Gordon, Steve Cook, Stephen MacRow, Mark Elsdon, John Holt, Doug Segal, and David Penn.
Serial Number Divination (Marc Paul) Marc divines the serial number
on a borrowed bank note - ANY time - ANY where - without ANY preparation.
New to Marcs AAA series never before released!
Challenge Too (Marc Paul) A hands-off miracle! You show a deck of cards
to be all different. These you then shuffle and then set in front of
the spectator. You do not touch them until the end of the effect. The
spectator is asked to think of a number between 1 and 52, this number
is a free choice and is never revealed to you. While the spectator is
concentrating on their number you make an open, verbal prediction of
a playing card, lets say the Five of Clubs. The spectator now
shuffles the cards and then they deal down to their secret number. When
they turn over the card that they randomly arrived at it is the Five
to the Future (John Archer) Spectator thinks of a card in an invisible
deck. You remove that very card from an envelope that has been on the
table from the start. No card index used, but youd swear that
John had to have used one its that clean. Or you might
(Wayne Dobson) A red and a blue deck are introduced, both cased. The
red deck is given to a spectator. You ask this person to THINK of any
number from 1 to 52 and then name it. They might say 27. You remove
the blue deck from its case and spread the cards face up on the table.
One face down card is seen in the middle. This proves to be the Four
of Spades. Turning back to the person with the red deck, you ask which
number they thought of earlier - he replies 27. He now removes red deck
and counts down to the 27th card. Miracle of miracles... the 27th card
is ALSO the Four of Spades!
to 1 (Stephen Tucker) Someone thinks of one of the 58 locations, and
you reveal it!
(Stephen Tucker) Any Card At A Revealed Number!
Battling Along (Paul Hallas) An alphabet deck is placed on the table
and then two packets of cards are shown, one containing female names
and one containing male names. Four people give single digit numbers
and each is used to count down to a letter card. The selected name is
now revealed, and the alphabet letters arrived at from the counting
are turned over to show that they spell out the selected name!
Entourage (Christopher Williams) Gordon Beans amazing Entourage
is made even more amazing as Christopher dispenses with the gaffs.
(Christopher Williams) You send a prediction to any spectators
mobile phone and then prove your prediction to be 100% accurate!
(Abracadaver) You ask three spectators to name any Animal, Vegetable
and Mineral. You have predicted the outcome on a card in your wallet.
Viewing Magic (Les Johnson) You divine the content of a freely chosen
picture using remote viewing.
Knights Tour (Harold Cataquet) If youve ever wanted to perform
the classic Knights Tour and found the prospect dauntingthen
this new approach from Harold Cataquet is your answer.
& Believing (Harold Cataquet) The performer writes down a prediction,
and tables it. A note is borrowed, and the note is shown to have the
same serial number as the prediction. The note is returned to the original
owner, but the serial number has changed. The prediction that the performer
made is now blank.
Location (Andy Nicholls) Andy Nichols exploits a flaw to create something
of the Ordinary (Andy Nicholls) A spectator predicts the colour of cards
as they are removed from the deck. A prediction placed aside at the
start of the trick details how many the spectator got correct and lists
the incorrect guesses.
Good Year (Shiv Duggal) Using a deck of cards, choices made by a spectator
are shown to have been predetermined!
(Shiv Duggal) You appear to memorize a deck of cards
even if your
memory is like a sieve!
in a Word? (James Ward) Perform miracles with a deck of 50 words!
Journey (James Ward) James excellent take on the Chris Carter/Doc
Eason Anniversary Waltz.
(Stephen Jones) Force any large number
simple as that!
(Stephen Jones) Two spectators each think of a card
you find them!
Blackwood ESP test (Russell Hall) This one from Russell could have beaten
the James Randi $1m Challenge!
Inquisition (Roni Shachnaey) Bizarre Magick with a gripping script.
(Lewis Jones) Any Card at Any Number! Anyone shuffles the deck. One
spectator picks out any card, by freely cutting the deck herself. A
second spectator, with the deck in his own hands, deals out any number
of cards himself. Bingo.
Eternal Triangle (Scott Creasey) Scott Creasy (creator of the incredible
BIP Book) has created a powerful and engaging prediction using the Major
Arcana from a Tarot pack. Perfect for walk-around.
(Al Smith) A spectator thinks of any World Champion Snooker Player.
The magician divines the name.
Persuasion (Al Smith) Is the persuading done by a combination of verbal
and physical cues body language and perhaps a hint of
regular Extra Sensory Perception?... Nuances so subtle that they are
not suspected or detected. Or perhaps not. It could be just a trick.
Devil Rides Out (Roger Curzon) The face of the Devil visibly changes
into a randomly selected number in a very visual and stunning a manner.
Living & the Dead (Andrew Brown) With 8 portrait cards and total
freedom of choice, it would seem impossible for you to have predicted
but you have.
Clairvoyant Card (Andrew Brown) A red-backed card found in the deck
matches a spectators selection. Easy powerful - no sleights.
Book Test (Anthony Brahams) Uses an ungaffed book and can be presented
either as a prediction, or a mind reading experiment.
Close (Dominic Twose) A drawing duplication using an old gamblers
Minded (Justin Higham) Two spectators each think of a card
read their minds and find them!
Book Test (Mike Hopley) Without saying a word at any time, your assistant
is able to divine a word that a spectator is thinking of. You repeat
this several time. Finally, as a variation and to round off the experiment,
your assistant asks the spectator to concentrate silently on the final
digit of the page number. This, too, is successfully divined.
Card in Motion (Mike Hopley) First you read a spectators mind,
and then you cause her chosen card to travel
Ghost of the Ferry Boat Inn (Roger Ferriby) A strange story culminates
in the revelation of a name that only the spectator could know.
Ching (Todd Landman) A spectator chooses 8 cards from a pack of 64 I-Ching
cards. But the outcome is already sealed in an envelope that has been
in full view from the outset.
Gold T. A. Waters (David Britland) David Britland explains a
wonderful routine & a lesson in scripting from the late T. A. Waters
that was originally destined to be included in a series for the BBC
called The Mind of Dr. Frost.
Master (Walt Lees) A small bag is displayed from the opening of which
dangle several pieces of rope. You explain that tied to the end of one
is a valuable gold ring. The others have nothing attached. Several members
of the audience are allowed to pull out the ropes until only one remains.
Whoever gets the ring can keep it. In true Just Chance style, nobody
wins the ring. You remove the final rope and show the ring hanging from
the end. You untie it and invite a spectator to feel inside the bag.
A small card is discovered bearing the message: The Ring always
stays with its Master!
Luncheon (Andi Gladwin) Taking an old principle, Andi has hit on a new
peek device that is failsafe and ever-so-easy to use!
(Chris Hare) This is a great and unexpected prediction effect that can
be performed for any size of audience.
(Chris Wardle) Three random spectatorsthree chairs5 coloured
balloons and a deck of ESP cards all add up to an entertaining and baffling
(James Brown) While your eyes are completely covered by a spectator
you are able to name freely chosen cards. Then to top it off you cause
a card to change into a free selection whilst it is held by the spectator.
Remember, your eyes are securely covered throughout.
3 Times (James Brown) Using their imagination, three spectators cause
their selected cards to appear one at a time between two face up Queens
whilst they are holding the cards.
Thoughts (Olly Crofton) A Freudian Opening, A Three-phase card trick
and A Mad Explanation from the creative mind of Olly Crofton.
Peeks (Paul Gordon) The ultimate Peek Deck. Paul tips this previously
marketed effect that has fooled a lot of knowledgeable people.
Stealer Rethought (Paul Gordon) A spectator merely thinks of a card.
he then spells its name by dealing a card for each letter and is amazed
to find the very card he is thinking of!
2 (Steve Cook) You place a cup on the table and cover the opening with
a piece of card. Three invisible coloured balls are tipped from the
cup and placed in line on the table. The spectator is offered a free
choice of any ball; the other two are eliminated. You then cause the
spectators selection to materialise, and then likewise with the
other two balls which were discarded.
(Steve Cook) You display a packet of blank cards and the spectator takes
one and writes any word or number on it while you look away. The designated
card is turned face down and cut into the packet. You remove a special
card from your pocket and write something on this card, which
is placed in full view. Under these test conditions, the
spectators card is removed from the centre of the packet and his
written thought is seen to match yours.
Fry! (Stephen MacRow) You and a spectator both think of a card. The
spectator looks through a shuffled deck and removes the card which they
believe you are thinking of. The spectator's card is placed next to
your card on the table. You now reveal the card you are thinking of.
It is shown to be the same card that the spectator placed on the table.
You then reads the mind of the spectator to discover which card they
are thinking of and this is also shown to be correct.
Capped (Mark Elsdon) Thirty or so beer bottle caps are shown to all
bear different logos. They are then turned logo side downwards and mixed.
A spectator selects one - it might bear a Budweiser logo. Congratulating
the spectator on his excellent taste, you bring an open, full bottle
of Bud out of your coat and enjoys a drink!
Telephone Trick (Mark Elsdon) One of a group of people decides on any
object, person or place real or fictional and phones a
random number from any telephone directory. The person who answers the
phone (who genuinely is the stranger listed in the directory,) immediately
tells them what they are thinking of. No mobile phones are used, nor
codes, or gimmicks.
(Mark Elsdon) Two spectators each name any random playing card. You
spread a blue backed deck revealing the two freely named cards are face
up. Not only thatbut they have RED backs
Positive (John Holt) You remove a prediction from your pocket. A spectator
is given three imaginary coins to place on the table. In their imagination,
one coin is selected. The spectator, again using their imagination decides
whether the coin is heads side up or tailsthey might think heads.
All this is done without the spectator saying a word. You draw attention
to the prediction. The spectator opens it to reveal a blank piece of
paper. The magician draws the spectator to the other contents of his
pocket on the tableone coin, and it is heads side upmatching
their imaginary choices exactly!
Sorry I Havent a Cluedo (Doug Segal) Using the props from the
classic game of Cluedo, you succesfully predict the murderer, weapon
and place. This is a great audience-participation routine.
Duplication A Video Bonus! (David Penn) Link to an on-line video
presentation by David Penn in which he describes in great detail his
excellent Drawing Duplication method.
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