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This is a versatile Magic Wand. Use as a regular Wand in your act. But it can be made to jump out of your hand. It can jump into the air, or jump up and strike you on the chin or nose! The wand can be made to rise in your hand, or glide
Another issue of the magic publication that offers contributions from magicians like Justin Hanes, Norman Gilbreath, Andrew Galloway, Bill Goodwin, Michael Weber, Guy Hollingworth, John Carney and Allan Ackerman. Bill and Gordon promise future offerings
An amazing new illusion by the cunning mind of Peter Eggink. Just a very few magicians took a crunch on the "deck through case" plot in magic history. Peter Eggink's take on this delivers a very compelling illusion that looks like real
If you could s-l-o-w down time, this is exactly what it would look like! "SO IMPACTFUL AND YET SO SIMPLE!"--Cyril Takayama. "Great, fascinating effects with a secret that's so simple, it hurts."--R. Paul Wilson. "A brilliant new
The highly-acclaimed Quidnunc contains 115 powerful card magic routines and 300 jam-packed pages, with hundreds of photos and a sleights section. The book is beautiful hardback. Stitched pages, gold foil embossed with
Well, I know I said Quidnunc was to be my last book, but I just couldn't help myself! The last two years have been really creative ones for me and the result is Article 52. Excuse immodesty, but it really is chock-full of killers!
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
You've got the signed coin, and it's in THIS hand! You'll be able to say this! If you have ever wanted to perform a 'coin in which hand' type of effect, Gerti Reborn is for you. You have two coins; you ask a spectator to sign one