30 entries in Cards / Effect Themes / Illogical Things / Turning Time Back
  
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Stuart Towne, Don Diavolo The Time Formula fairly selected card (6 duplicates used) predicted via mirror writing, time traveling presentation
The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 96) 591
Roy Walton Back Into Time similar to "Time Machine", see also p. 388
Related toVariations The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5 No. 11) 363
Roy Walton Travellers in Time red and black cards are separated, each half mixed face-up into face-down and top card placed into center, time machine plot, cards again on top, all cards face-down and mixed
VariationsAlso published here Cardboard Charades 22
Paul Harris The Time Machine using a black piece of cardboard as time machine three Kings vanish and reappear in deck
Close-up Fantasies - Book II 1
Larry Jennings, Roy Walton Morlock's Revenge red-black shuffle, Triumph, single ambitious phase, time-travel presentation
Inspired byVariations The New York Magic Symposium — Collection 2 56
Roberto Giobbi Die Zeitmaschine red-black shuffle, Triumph, single ambitious phase, time-travel presentation
Inspired byAlso published here Card Stories 16
Jerry Sadowitz The Backward Card Trick "begins by revealing a card that has not yet been selected, after that things get even more perplexing."
Cards on the Table 20
Gary Kurtz Hypothetical Possibilities ambitious card, signature vanishes and reappears, wallet
Variations Unexplainable Acts 11
Gary Kurtz Hypothetical Possibilities ambitious card, signature vanishes and reappears, wallet, revised handling
Inspired by Prinzipien in der Praxis 7
Darwin Ortiz Time and Again
Inspired by Cardshark 86
Paul Harris The Time Machine using a black piece of cardboard as time machine three Kings vanish and reappear in deck
The Art of Astonishment - Book 2 (Issue Close-up Fantasies 1 & 2) 249
Stephen Clark Event Horizon "Impromptu Time Paradox"
sandwiched card turns out to be later selection, future trap
Related to The Fine Print (Issue 6) 132
Steve Freeman The Time Machine two-card transpo plus Ambitious Card theme
Related toVariations Card College — Volume 3 588
Roy Walton Back Into Time red and black cards are separated, each half mixed face-up into face-down and top card placed into center, time machine plot, cards again on top, all cards face-down and mixed
Also published here Omerta 8
Roberto Giobbi, Larry Jennings All's Well That Ends Well red-black shuffle, Triumph, single ambitious phase, time-travel presentation
Inspired byAlso published here Card College — Volume 5 1361
Edward Marlo, Ron Bauer Time Machine three reds and blacks are alternated, Ace of Spades put in center of one half, the other half shuffled upside-down, all things are undone when traveled back in time
Inspired by
  • "Time Machine" (Ed Marlo, Ibidem #7)
Time Machine 2
Ron Bauer Some Miscellany on Time Travel
Time Machine 23
Scott Robinson HG's Pocket two cards placed in pocket and returned to deck, they travel back into pockets, time travel presentation
Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 8 18
Benjamin Earl Selected Time Travel card changes into selection with time travel framing, with time traveling trick references
Inspired by
  • "Back In Time" (Jay Sankey, Sankey Unleashed, 2004)
Also published here
This is not a Box 7
Mike Pisciotta The Time Lord Time Machine with humorous prediction finale
Inspired byAlso published here The Workshop — The Notes of Mike Pisciotta 1
Mike Pisciotta Jokers Thru Time signed card type effect with four Jokers and four-for-one transposition
Related to
  • "Time Traveler" (Ramon Rioboo)
Also published here
The Workshop — The Notes of Mike Pisciotta 10
Ryan Schlutz Presentation Idea: Bill and Ted variation of "Before the Thought" in which thought-of card vanishes and reappears in wallet
Related toAlso published here False Anchors — Volume Three 23
Roberto Mansilla Volver al Presente card at named number is signed, vanishes among odd-backed four of a kind and appears back at initial position
Inspired by Çerca 119
Helder Guimarães Crossing the Mirror "Welcome to Wonderland"
signed selection outjogged in tabled half, top card of other half shown and outjogged, the cards kind of transpose à la Time Machine effect
Inspired by
  • "The Time Machine" (Steve Freeman, Genii, Vol. 34 No. 7, 1981)
Secret Language — Volume 1 288
Benjamin Earl Selected Time Travel card changes into selection with time travel framing, with time traveling trick references
Also published here Real Magic 19
Mike Pisciotta The Time Lord Time Machine with humorous prediction finale
Inspired byAlso published here As Within, So Without 1
Mike Pisciotta Jokers Thru Time signed card type effect with four Jokers and four-for-one transposition
Also published here As Within, So Without 7
Benjamin Earl M-Theory ambitious card, signature vanishes and reappears
Inspired by The Shift #2 23
Ryan Schlutz Presentation Idea: Bill and Ted variation of "Before the Thought" in which thought-of card vanishes and reappears in wallet
Also published here False Anchors 95
Ryan Plunkett The Time Machine top and bottom card shown, another card selected, all cards lost in the center, selection emerges from deck and top and bottom cards return as well
  • A Tapered Variant (version with stripper deck)
Inspired by Distilled 85