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Another great idea by George Iglesias, comes to us, this time with an incredible NEW levitation trick that will blow everybody's mind! Imagine being able to float on stage a cup full of liquid in midair and many heavy objects full of their
When working professionals pour their hearts into their magic, we take notice. Chris Westfall is one of the best and busiest magicians in the Toronto area, and he has written a booklet detailing all his favorite original routines, as
You are beyond genius…Your mental abilities are simply unbelievable! A walk-around book test that's repeatable and puzzling, too. You receive TWO SEPARATE ROUTINES! WordWork - They just think of a crossword puzzle clue (ie
Show a wooden Tube with a lid and a pencil. A Spectator is requested to place the pencil in any way he wants. The pointed side facing upwards or downwards! They now close the lid without the knowledge of the performer. The performer
Written by Alfred Trumble and first published in 1882, Faro Exposed was a landmark book on America's favorite crooked card game. It explains the origin, rules, and history of Faro, as well as the sophisticated methods used by
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
Two packs of face down cards are shown to be 4 Red Backed and 4 Blue Backed, all face down. The magician tells the helper that the cards are all Jacks and the spectator can name any two of the four suits, Hearts, Clubs, Spades
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