1991
Written by Philip T. Goldstein
Work of Philip T. Goldstein
48 pages (Stapled), published by Hermetic Press
Illustrated with drawings
Language: English
21 entries
Cover photograph
Creators Title Comments & References Page AA Categories
Unknown The Centrifuge Principle dealing a cyclical stack, see also following applications
Related to 3
Stewart James Constant Stack Principle
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Philip T. Goldstein Playing Cards cards in poker hand divined, "Centrifugal Poker"
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Unknown Injog Shuffle brief
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Philip T. Goldstein Celebrities celebrity cards for divination routine
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Philip T. Goldstein Designs & Pictures
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Philip T. Goldstein Concept Fishing
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Philip T. Goldstein Digression: Concealed Cards rough-smooth marking method (through handkerchief)
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Bob Fillman, Tan Hock Chuan Tan/Fillman Principle distinguish papers by grain (the way they bend)
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Philip T. Goldstein Word Games word made out of alphabet cards divined
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Philip T. Goldstein Numbers selected number cards added up
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Philip T. Goldstein ESP Cards 25 ESP cards, dealt hand is divined
Also published here 17
Philip T. Goldstein Letters some alphabet cards selected via dealing and divined
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Philip T. Goldstein Children's Alphabet cards selected via dealing are divined
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Philip T. Goldstein Postcards postcards selected via dealing are divined
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Philip T. Goldstein Combination various design cards, some selected via dealing and divined
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Philip T. Goldstein Mix Me Deadly murder, weapon and victim chosen from game cards and divined, using single riffle shuffle
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Philip T. Goldstein Soloflex selected information on word cards divined, inspired by T. A. Waters's "Adamsmyth" (Octasm)
Related to 33
Philip T. Goldstein Janushuffle double sided ESP cards, "polyhedronal approach to the Gilbreath Principle"
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Philip T. Goldstein A Clash of Symbols three phase ESP routine with cards in envelopes which also have symbols, "three-sided approach to the Gilbreath Principle"
VariationsAlso published here 41
Philip T. Goldstein, Bob Somerfeld Riposte envelopes with items inside, selection with back turned is divined, sound reading
Inspired by 44
Data entered by Denis Behr.