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Designed to last a lifetime, this 16-inch long gleaming silver color metal rod comes alive in your hands. It rises up from under a handkerchief, then rises from its carrying case which is supplied, then moves horizontally right and left, and finally shoo
The author has received many requests for information on giving a magic lecture to magical groups--something in which he has extensive experience in his native British Isles. Learn what to talk about, how to organize
The open prediction with a kicker twist! A RED backed "Prediction" card is removed from a BLUE deck and is isolated under the card box. In this manner, it remains in FULL VIEW at all times throughout the routine. Next, a
Winner's Dice is a normal-looking die that can force ANY NUMBER between 1 to 6. It uses a very special technology which makes our die fully examinable. The spectator can check the die and he can try throwing it to make sure
There are a few card magicians who IMMEDIATELY grab our attention, and David Solomon is one. Why? He has built a career around devising extremely clever, surprising, and (mostly) easy to do card magic. His tricks and plots
Welcome to Flash Gum, a creation of João Miranda and Julio Montoro. This is a visual trick that will leave your spectators totally speechless. In this effect, three cards are chosen and lost in the deck. After a magical pass,
A picture of a printed clock is shown in a rectangular frame showing an hour (say, 3:00). A spectator freely names any hour (say, 10:00). The performer passes the frame through a transparent cover and now the clock is seen to match the
David Devant is not only a legend in magic but a master performer and author. In this book, David shares his insight on the art of magic, as well as some of his personal experiences along the way. From magic to spiritualism,