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The greatest thing to hit the magic market since cups and balls! Just imagine your audiences amazement when you reach into thin air with a hand thats clearly empty and pluck a glowing ball of red light out of nowhere! You can pass the light from hand to
Vernet Psychic Laboratory presents its special marked ESP cards. These cards are built with the best material and their marking system is clearly visible to the performer but completely invisible to the audience.
CLOCK DECK is a novel method to predict "HOURS AND MINUTES" or "MINUTES AND SECONDS" FREELY CHOSEN BY A SPECTATOR! Imagine that you are acting in a show and you announce that inside a deck of blue-backed cards, which is in view without the
Dani DaOrtiz and Juan Tamariz come together once again, to create a novel work with exclusive and very interesting content for all lovers of magic. Even in the midst of a pandemic, Juan and Dani have decided to create something
Acclaimed television producer and author John Fisher has assembled an unparalleled cast in the pages of Heroes of Magic. Combining firsthand experience and behind-the-scenes stories with deep historical understanding, each profile captures
A beloved mentalism text is finally available again after being out of print for many years. "One of the great unsung heroes of original and fooling magic."--Derren Brown. The Mental Mysteries of Hector Chadwick became an underground sensation
The magician shows a deck of cards, and has one selected by a spectator. The card is put back in the deck and the deck is shuffled. Now the magician fans the deck in front of a second spectator, asking him to concentrate and to
A wallet is placed on the table. A spectator is asked to name his/her favorite Queen. The cards are removed from the wallet, and spread backs up. One of the 4 cards is seen to be reversed face up, and it is the Queen named by the spectator.