Imagine having a sharpie marker gently touch a deck of cards, only to have it start sinking through the deck like a hot knife melting through butter. While your audience is in utter astonishment by the impossible visual, you pull
IONIZE THE WATER IN A DRINKING BOTTLE, MAKING IT ALMOST LIGHTER THAN AIR! Aqua~imp is one powerful piece of "incidental" magic. It appears almost impromptu. This illusion of spontaneity actually enhances
The Color-Changing Knives is a magic classic. Generally credited to Walter Jeans it became a popular pocket trick in the 1930s. In 1958 Arturo de Ascanio, who went under the stage name Marcus, wrote the definitive book on the subject
At last--the "real work" is available. Leave it to Ron Bauer to get it right. This is Don Alan's famous Chop Cup routine, complete with all the moves that made him famous. If you want to do the chop cup and do it right, this is a must-have manuscript.
Maybe the best close-up routines of all time. Have a rubber band stretched between the thumb and index finger of each hand. One rubber band is then made to penetrate through the other. It seems impossible that one band could
From the man who has left his ring in more than three-hundred restrooms! You can't rid yourself of that ring! It vanishes from a volunteer's hand, and invisibly returns to your finger! Or does it? Even under "test conditions" it happens again! Learn
The small magic ring has been called "The Ellis Ring", "The Jardine Ring", and "The Jardine Ellis Ring." That's because Jardine Ellis invented the ring which can be placed on a wand, pencil or rope, while the spectator
From the Ken Brooke range of commercial, professional magic come two more of the all time classics: The Koornwinder Kar and Bob Ostin's Beam Shot. Both of these tricks were stolen by lowlife magic dealers in the
From the Ken Brooke range of commercial, professional magic comes another one of the all time classics: The Ring and Stick Routine. This is a first class routine that showcases the depth of knowledge and detail that Ken
This opus #2 is all about the Monte Tricks, with anything BUT cards: matchboxes, cups, bills, and much much more. Put a twist into your performance with a different sort of Monte!