calcu-total! \n cards with four-digit numbers and dates are added on a calculator, total is divined/predicted \n john a. novak \n the last miracle \n vic perry \n incalculable \n john a. novak \n ... and the last word \n fredric kolb
1973
the compleat magick — volume i John A. Novak

Calcu-Total!

cards with four-digit numbers and dates are added on a calculator, total is divined/predicted

calculator writing \n joke, result of a calculation is a hidden message on the calculator, see also page 87 for additional idea by dr. brum antonioli \n bob read
1974
pabular Bob Read

Calculator Writing

joke, result of a calculation is a hidden message on the calculator, see also page 87 for additional idea by Dr. Brum Antonioli

speak up \n phone number converted to "psychic equivalent" with calculator, this number called and something divined, see also p. 815 for comment by j. benson \n karl fulves \n devil's dial \n francis j. baker
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Karl Fulves

Speak Up

phone number converted to "psychic equivalent" with calculator, this number called and something divined, see also p. 815 for comment by J. Benson

incalculable \n forcing a number with a calculator \n john a. novak \n calcu-total! \n john a. novak
1974
the compleat magick — volume ii John A. Novak

calculator spelling \n spelling words with upside down calculator \n unknown \n devil's dial \n francis j. baker
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10
Unknown

... and the last word \n on perfect calculator model for novak's calcu-total \n fredric kolb \n calcu-total! \n john a. novak
1974
the compleat magick — volume ii Fredric Kolb

... And the Last Word

on perfect calculator model for Novak's Calcu-Total

thinking machines - part one \n longer article on using calculators
- forward
- general patter outline \n al mann
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Al Mann

golden digits \n two people with office machines/calculators on stage, numbers called out and added, two numbers thought of and added, prediction on slate
- first method
- revised method \n al mann
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Al Mann

Golden Digits

two people with office machines/calculators on stage, numbers called out and added, two numbers thought of and added, prediction on slate

it's delete-ful \n sum prediction, using calculator ruse, see also p. 815 for comment by ronald herman \n rick johnsson
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Rick Johnsson

It's Delete-Ful

sum prediction, using calculator ruse, see also p. 815 for comment by Ronald Herman

the james-coughlin list \n list of words that can be read as words upside down on a calculator, see also p. 786 \n wesley james \n noel coughlin
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Wesley James, Noel Coughlin

The James-Coughlin List

list of words that can be read as words upside down on a calculator, see also p. 786

the last miracle \n divination of total from calculator, misplaced buttons \n vic perry \n calcu-total! \n john a. novak
1974
the compleat magick — volume ii Vic Perry

The Last Miracle

divination of total from calculator, misplaced buttons

adithot improved \n sixteen digits in square formation, added, sum predicted
- the calculator version \n al mann \n "adithot" (swami)
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Al Mann

Adithot Improved

sixteen digits in square formation, added, sum predicted

alpha and omega \n several spectators call out three-digit-numbers, total predicted, using calculator \n al mann
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Al Mann

Alpha And Omega

several spectators call out three-digit-numbers, total predicted, using calculator

the phantom digits \n number multiplied with two other known numbers, total named, performer immediately names original number \n al mann
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Al Mann

The Phantom Digits

number multiplied with two other known numbers, total named, performer immediately names original number

the five-digit phantom \n number multiplied with two other known numbers, total named, performer immediately names original number \n al mann
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Al Mann

The Five-Digit Phantom

number multiplied with two other known numbers, total named, performer immediately names original number

baker street re-visted \n cards with words on one side and numbers on the other. one card is selected and numbers added on a calculator, when turned over the result is the selected word. \n roy walton
1976
pabular Roy Walton

Baker Street Re-Visted

cards with words on one side and numbers on the other. One card is selected and numbers added on a calculator, when turned over the result is the selected word.

(1) calculuxe \n spectators do equation on calculator, final result predicted, transposing memory and equal buttons \n karl fulves
1976
interlocutor Karl Fulves

(1) Calculuxe

spectators do equation on calculator, final result predicted, transposing memory and equal buttons

divine power \n number is generated with calculator, it turns out to be the serial number of chosen bill from audience member, with bulldog clip on stick \n roy miller
1978
the compleat magick — volume iii Roy Miller

Divine Power

number is generated with calculator, it turns out to be the serial number of chosen bill from audience member, with bulldog clip on stick

mathematical card trick \n calculator is used to find position of selection, humorous presentation \n steve beam \n mathematical card trick \n steve beam \n mathematical card trick \n steve beam
1979
magic — the vanishing art Steve Beam

Mathematical Card Trick

calculator is used to find position of selection, humorous presentation

luminous calculator prediction \n calculator's numbers leaves prediction impression on luminous paint, only idea \n karl fulves
1979
interlocutor Karl Fulves

Luminous Calculator Prediction

calculator's numbers leaves prediction impression on luminous paint, only idea

the october man \n four numbers are written on a pad and added, total appears on calculator held in plastic bag \n dick zimmerman
1980
the compleat magick — volume iii Dick Zimmerman

The October Man

four numbers are written on a pad and added, total appears on calculator held in plastic bag

mathematical card trick \n calculator is used to find position of selection, humorous presentation \n steve beam \n mathematical card trick \n steve beam \n mathematical card trick \n steve beam
1981
teaching an old deck new tricks Steve Beam

Mathematical Card Trick

calculator is used to find position of selection, humorous presentation

mathemusical \n number arrived at via calculator procedure (subtraction of three digits and its reverse, then cross sum), that number on a list of song is played by calculator \n philip t. goldstein \n mathemusical \n philip t. goldstein
1981
the compleat magick — volume iii Philip T. Goldstein

Mathemusical

number arrived at via calculator procedure (subtraction of three digits and its reverse, then cross sum), that number on a list of song is played by calculator

mathemusical \n number arrived at via calculator procedure (subtraction of three digits and its reverse, then cross sum), that number on a list of song is played by calculator \n philip t. goldstein \n mathemusical \n philip t. goldstein
1982
12/12 Philip T. Goldstein

Mathemusical

number arrived at via calculator procedure (subtraction of three digits and its reverse, then cross sum), that number on a list of song is played by calculator

tips on slate technique \n having an index on the slate or a writing pad, or programmed into a pocket calculator \n sam schwartz \n karl fulves
1983
astrology — the hidden force Sam Schwartz, Karl Fulves

Tips on Slate Technique

having an index on the slate or a writing pad, or programmed into a pocket calculator

the anagrammer \n how to present the word after the letters have been called out, using calculator upside down to reveal word from a list of eight words \n karl fulves \n not without sorcery \n j. w. sarles
1983
astrology — the hidden force Karl Fulves

The Anagrammer

how to present the word after the letters have been called out, using calculator upside down to reveal word from a list of eight words

calculator trick \n sum prediction, with calculator, automatic shut-off recall \n steve beam \n the trapdoor issue #6 \n steve beam
1984
the trapdoor — volume one Steve Beam

Calculator Trick

sum prediction, with calculator, automatic shut-off recall

fifthought \n three numbers added, total predicted on calculator, then chosen digit of this total divined \n philip t. goldstein \n "five thoughts ahead" (peter warlock)
1989
a phil goldstein collection Philip T. Goldstein

Fifthought

three numbers added, total predicted on calculator, then chosen digit of this total divined

the card-calculator \n ambitious card, card to number, stop trick, card folded to calculator \n josé carroll
1991
52 lovers — volume ii José Carroll

The Card-Calculator

ambitious card, card to number, stop trick, card folded to calculator

additiontal ideas suggested by max howard \n for insta-fax card printer, using it with "calculation sensation" (bob king), out to lunch combination \n max howard
1993
the insta-fax card printer Max Howard

Additiontal Ideas Suggested by Max Howard

for Insta-Fax Card Printer, using it with "Calculation Sensation" (Bob King), Out to Lunch combination

mathematical card trick \n calculator is used to find position of selection, humorous presentation \n steve beam \n milton kort's miko \n try this for size \n richard himber \n mathematical card trick \n steve beam \n mathematical card trick \n steve beam \n quarterback \n gary ouellet
1993
semi-automatic card tricks Steve Beam

Mathematical Card Trick

calculator is used to find position of selection, humorous presentation

what happened to eve? \n palindrome comes out on calculator, numbers letters correlation \n mel bennett \n "flip flop number prediction" (d. altman, mum, oct. 1983)
1994
rigmarole Mel Bennett

What Happened To Eve?

palindrome comes out on calculator, numbers letters correlation

Inspired by

"Flip Flop Number Prediction" (D. Altman, MUM, Oct. 1983)

pushbutton magic \n no. 43, number on pocket calculator is six of hearts when turned upside down \n unknown
1995
self-working close-up card magic
Unknown

Pushbutton Magic

No. 43, number on pocket calculator is Six of Hearts when turned upside down

number magic \n no. 13, spectator uses the value of a card and another number for calculation with calculator, both numbers divined when total is seen \n karl fulves
1995
easy magic Karl Fulves

Number Magic

No. 13, spectator uses the value of a card and another number for calculation with calculator, both numbers divined when total is seen

murder by calculation \n no. 14, using four suspects on paper cards with phone numbers on their back and calculator, name spelled out on upside-down display \n karl fulves
1995
easy magic Karl Fulves

Murder by Calculation

No. 14, using four suspects on paper cards with phone numbers on their back and calculator, name spelled out on upside-down display

snake on a tape \n "unsolved mysteries"
calculator with paper tape, it comes out straight up and has a snake printed on it, posed as a problem \n karl fulves
1996
the fine print Karl Fulves

Snake On A Tape

"Unsolved Mysteries"
calculator with paper tape, it comes out straight up and has a snake printed on it, posed as a problem

none is a number \n "dot com - tricks and stunts with numbers"
row, column or diagonal on calculator layout chosen, those digits typed in and multiplied with another row, then child's age added, final number and child's age divined, credit information \n karl fulves
1997
the fine print Karl Fulves

None Is A Number

"Dot Com - Tricks and stunts with numbers"
row, column or diagonal on calculator layout chosen, those digits typed in and multiplied with another row, then child's age added, final number and child's age divined, credit information

total knock out \n number divination and prediction with gaffed calculator, based on john cornelius' "total recall"
- business seminar presentation
- stage presentation \n richard osterlind \n john cornelius
1999
dynamic mysteries Richard Osterlind, John Cornelius

Total Knock Out

number divination and prediction with gaffed calculator, based on John Cornelius' "Total Recall"

i've got your number \n number force with a calculator \n lewis jones \n michael de marco, linking ring, may 2001 \n double digit inflation \n doug canning \n steve beam
2002
ahead of the pack Lewis Jones

without numbers \n bet that performer can change number on calculator to named number without pressing certain keys \n neal thomas \n "bet a hundred" (calculator tricks)
2002
latter day secrets Neal Thomas

Without Numbers

bet that performer can change number on calculator to named number without pressing certain keys

double digit inflation \n using the tent prediction as a two-way out \n doug canning \n steve beam \n i've got your number \n lewis jones
2004
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 5 Doug Canning, Steve Beam

calculated risk \n number is formed with calculator, cards are mixed and match the total, using a swindle of sorts \n mick ayres
2004
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 5 Mick Ayres

Calculated Risk

number is formed with calculator, cards are mixed and match the total, using A Swindle of Sorts

houdini's unfinished trick \n prediction with numbers, using demarco's pocket calculator force \n jack avis \n michael de marco item in linking ring, may 2001
2006
rara avis Jack Avis

Houdini's Unfinished Trick

prediction with numbers, using DeMarco's pocket calculator force

easy as a<sup><sup>b</sup>⁄<sub>c</sub><sup> \n calculator option for simplifying task to spectators in division tricks \n mel bennett \n zangbar zackleback problem (genii, june 1952, oct. 1958, ibidem #12-14) \n "math prediction" (david g. luenberger, linking ring, march 1974, p. 77) \n remains to be seen \n sam schwartz \n karl fulves
2006
prolix Mel Bennett

Easy As A^{b⁄c
}

calculator option for simplifying task to spectators in division tricks

Inspired by

Zangbar Zackleback Problem (Genii, June 1952, Oct. 1958, Ibidem #12-14)

Related to

"Math Prediction" (David G. Luenberger, Linking Ring, March 1974, p. 77)

the soul in the machine \n do some calculation on calculator, when final result is turned over it reveals a message in english \n robert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

The Soul in the Machine

Do some calculation on calculator, when final result is turned over it reveals a message in English

high noon \n do some calculation on calculator, final result reveals numbers related to god's creation \n robert e. neale
2008
this is not a book Robert E. Neale

High Noon

Do some calculation on calculator, final result reveals numbers related to God's creation

nothing test \n numbers chosen and put in calculator, divided by numbers chosen from deck of cards, remainder given out in money, it is zero three times \n mel bennett
2010
prolix Mel Bennett

Nothing Test

numbers chosen and put in calculator, divided by numbers chosen from deck of cards, remainder given out in money, it is zero three times

one head \n triple prediction with rolled up papers in glass, with mental calculator \n jorge "the jack" garcia
2014
lecture notes 2014 Jorge "The Jack" Garcia

One Head

triple prediction with rolled up papers in glass, with mental calculator

one head \n triple prediction with rolled up papers in glass, with mental calculator \n jorge "the jack" garcia
2015
7 mysteries of mentalism Jorge "The Jack" Garcia

One Head

triple prediction with rolled up papers in glass, with mental calculator

chaos \n four number cards used to generate four-digit number that is put in calculator, another number is subtracted, final result is nine and the four nines are shown to be at top of four previously cut-off packets \n michael powers \n keith randolph
2019
tesseract Michael Powers, Keith Randolph

Chaos

four number cards used to generate four-digit number that is put in calculator, another number is subtracted, final result is nine and the four Nines are shown to be at top of four previously cut-off packets