70 entries in Mental Magic / Effects / Divination by Spectator
  
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Oswald Rae Psycho-Analysis performer divines card and thought of name of a spectator by holding his wrist, then spectator divines thought of card from spectator
Sub Rosa 77
R. M. Jamison Thumb Writer Telepathy telepathy presentation
Hugard's Magic Monthly — Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 2 No. 2) 59
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley The Crystal Ball spectator sees selected word fro a newspaper clipping in a crystal ball, change bag
Gems of Mental Magic 59
Felix Greenfield Brained! spectator divines a phone number from another spectator
The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 160) 642
Milbourne Christopher Guided Thoughts two lists with rivers, performer and spectator mark all but one wit an X
One Man Mental Magic 3
Aage Darling Figura spectator draws one of four symbols, the same as another spectator selected before
I'll Read Your Mind 36
The Amazing Maurice A Spectator Performs Telepathy spectator divines number from a bill by looking into a glass of water
Still More Miracles in Mentalism 19
Robert A. Nelson Nelson's Notes ideas on routines where spectator divines number or cards with a crystal ball
Still More Miracles in Mentalism 19
Arthur Emerson A License to Lie license plate numbers written on name tags, special one is divined by other spectator
The Compleat Magick - Volume 1 (Issue 67) 331
North Bigbee ESProjections inspired by a Kreskin performance, ESP sign is projected to audience, many receive it
The Compleat Magick — Volume I (Issue 69) 342
Charles Ostin Trance Slate sliding slate used for a word divination by spectator
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8 No. 9) 637
Fredric Kolb Personal Experience twelve numbered blank cards, one is selected and signed, spectator divines number on it
The Compleat Magick — Volume I (Issue 98) 487
Sam Dalal Women Can Tell... ESP deck, card selected and sealed in envelope, spectator divines symbol by looking into crystal ball
Related to The Compleat Magick — Volume II (Issue 116) 577
Gene Nielsen, Bascom Jones Psychic Lady person divines in which matchbox is her ring, mental version of bean monte
The Compleat Magick — Volume II (Issue 149) 742
Sandy Spillman Psychic Minds spectator divines ESP symbol by looking into crystal ball
The Compleat Magick — Volume II (Issue 153) 761
Burling Hull Crystal Ball Telepathy spectator sees name of card in crystal ball
The Amazing World of Mentalism 51
Dan Tong Quick and Easy three numbers are divined by audience / predicted by performer, on business cards
The Compleat Magick — Volume II (Issue 156) 777
Dr. Dan J. Alessini The Bold... cards with drawn symbols and words, spectator finds other spectator's selection
The Compleat Magick — Volume II (Issue 175) 873
Harry Anderson The Anderson Effect spectator read mind of performer, number written on slate matches number written by performer on piece of paper
The Compleat Magick — Volume II (Issue 182) 907
Bob Haines Mental Lock spectator divine secret number of combination lock, spectator's wallet and keys locked inside the box
The Compleat Magick — Volume II (Issue 193) 963
Karrell Fox Doodle Graphy word from a book, spectator doodles with eyes closed and second spectator divines thought of word from doodle
Also published here The Compleat Magick — Volume II (Issue 174) 867
Larry Becker Effect No. 3 five blank cards, name written on one side and cards turned over, spectator selects one and murder is written on side, it's the same card
World of Super Mentalism 41
George Kemp, Nita Kemp PK: By the Numbers bill in glass moves, then with aid of spectator part of serial number is divined
The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 213) 1061
Stephen Minch The Silver Key haunted key on second finger, key also turns on spectator's finger, signet is found by using key as pendulum, then key vanishes in box
Also published here Lovecraftian Ceremonies 21
Bob Paul Memory "Curiosities"
ten cards with words, spectator is able to memorize their order
Variations The Chronicles (Issue 22) 1279
Karrell Fox Doodle-ography spectator draws doodle with pencil on paper without looking, it described a thought-of scene from a book, pencil doesn't write
Also published here Another Book 132
Dr. Dan J. Alessini SH-H-! 25 number card with numbers from one to five, spectator divines if numbers match or not
The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 233) 1161
Larry Becker Network ESP three tv-networks (ABC, CBS, NBC) cards put in envelopes as spectator wishes, ABC card form name of network
The Best of Larry Becker's World of Super Mentalism Book II 150
Jerry K. Hartman Memorease "Curiosities"
ten cards with letters, spectator is able to memorize their order
Inspired byAlso published here The Chronicles (Issue 28) 1341
Basil Horwitz Challenge Publicity E.S.P. five ESP symbols are sealed in envelopes and the envelopes are numbered, spectator divines symbols by matching them to a second set of ESP cards on the table
The Mental Magick of Basil Horwitz 14
Neil Somerville PSI-Brations X spectator divines special ticket, prediction in envelope, himber wallet
The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 299) 1493
Gene "Phantini" Grant Uncanny Impulses pencil run over card with letters and stops at several letters, letters form a word a second spectator is thinking of
Phantini's Incredible Mental Secrets Volume Two 56
Gene "Phantini" Grant A Sense of Color five envelopes with different colored sheets, spectators guess them correctly
Phantini's Incredible Mental Secrets Volume Two 77
Gene "Phantini" Grant, Martin Gardner Key Word spectator divines word from a list and writes it down, it's the word the performer was sending
The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 282) 1408
Eric Mason, Barrie Richardson Crisp spectator has to guess, how many potato crisps are in a bag, he is right
A Boon for All Seasons 27
Eric Mason, Barrie Richardson "Pen-Ultimate" x drawn on a business card and card shuffled with other cards, spectator locates the card
A Boon for All Seasons 42
Stephen Tucker Ear Ear spectator hears messages from unplugged head phones, to transmit thoughts
Spell-Binder (Vol. 1 No. 10) 180
Basil Horwitz ESP Mindreading Plus Mindcontrol spectator divines ESP card of other spectator
The Mental Magick of Basil Horwitz - Volume 2 20
Stephen Minch The Silver Key key turns on hand, then on spectator's hand, the key on chain swings by itself over selected disk, then key is wrapped in paper and vanishes in flash of fire
Also published here The Three Faces of Steve 31
Michael DeMarco Give Piece a Chance five envelopes with cut up paper puzzle, four are complete, spectator finds envelope where one piece is missing
Inspired by
  • Stewart James' "Shape of Things to Come"
The Minotaur (Vol. 4 No. 4) 9
Basil Horwitz Spectator Turned Psychic spectator selects an ESP card, with help of the symbols on the case, a second spectator divines the card, the symbol was predicted as well
The Mental Magick of Basil Horwitz - Volume 3 19
Robert Cassidy The Psychological Forces objects found outside, with script
The Art of Mentalism 2 6
Steve Beam Against All Odds spectator names amount of change in envelope, with variations
Inspired by
  • Chris "Doc" Dixon's "Change of Mind"
VariationsAlso published here
The Trapdoor — Volume Three (Issue 65) 1293
Larry White Hieroglyph-Trick cards with jewels and skeletons and snakes, spectator selects correct one, erasable ink
Mind & Magic Magazine (Vol. 1 No. 5) 5
J. T. Knight Hue Clue three different-colored silk in three glasses, one chosen, another spectator divines the choice
Related to Latter Day Secrets (Issue 4) 102
Steve Beam Against All Odds spectator names amount of change in envelope, with variations
Also published here Hand-Picked Card Tricks 38
Chuck Hickok Demonstration Five: Anything Can Be Learned spectator divines symbol, number and word from other spectator, dotted information
Mentalism, Incorporated 107
Philip T. Goldstein Normal Mailer six addressed envelopes, the spectator chooses the only one addressed to him
Penumbra (Issue 6) 10
Philip T. Goldstein Normal Mailer six addressed envelopes, the spectator chooses the only one addressed to him
Applecture 3
Philip T. Goldstein Normal Mailer six addressed envelopes, the spectator chooses the only one addressed to him
Notes You Covet 4
Philip T. Goldstein Normal Mailer six addressed envelopes, the spectator chooses the only one addressed to him
Easthournotes 4
Philip T. Goldstein Normal Mailer six addressed envelopes, the spectator chooses the only one addressed to him
MINDvention Notes 4
Stephen Minch The Silver Key key turns on hand, then on spectator's hand, the key on chain swings by itself over selected disk, then key is wrapped in paper and vanishes in flash of fire
Also published here The Book of Forgotten Secrets 55
Oliver Meech Truly Invisible Deck Spectator reads the mind of another spectator, divine which card has been reversed in an imaginary deck, no cards used
Plot Twists 44
Oliver Meech Swinger Swinging locket on a chain divines which photo is the performer's grandfather
Plot Twists 48
Barrie Richardson The Eye of the Target imaginary book test, spectator names books and makes up page number and word on billet, word matches prediction and page number divined by a spectator, spectator's billet switched in for prediction
Inspired by
  • "Mental Target Practice" (Barrie Richardson, The Magician, Feb. 2005)
Related to
  • "Dead Name Duplication" (Theodore Annemann, Thayer's Trick of the Month Club, 1932)
Curtain Call 71
Christoph Borer Ads of this World out of this world with advertising brochures, one have a cross the other a check mark
Related to Endlose Möglichkeiten 4
Michael Murray Between the Lines a story/scene is created, torn page matches with the decisions of spectator
A Piece Of My Mind 72
Dr. Stanley Jaks Bubble Bubble small tablet is put in water, starts to bubble and in the end spectator can name selection when looking into glass, Alka-Seltzer
Inspired byAlso published here
  • "Bubble Bubble" in "Pentagram" February, 1950
The Incredible Dr. Jaks 111
Colin McLeod Double Card Prediction Essay two cards placed on two chairs, two spectators divine card, one by selecting the same card from a deck and one by just naming it
Divine 70
Colin McLeod The Dunninger Ploy thoughts and ideas with the Dunninger Ploy
  • Invisible Deck
  • Train of Thoughts (Lee Earle)
  • Confabulation
Divine 74
Andy (The Jerx) The Mad Libs Ploy Spectator randomly chooses words from a deck, predicts an illiusion that the magician's grandfather designed
The Jerx 291
Christoph Borer Die Reiseprospekte out of this world with travel brochures, one have a cross the other a check mark
Related to 21 30
Christoph Borer Kloincidence matching routine with toilet signs, male / female
21 39
Andy (The Jerx) Limitless Ahead One Ahead type of routine, spectator is apparently given heightened senses (hearing, smell etc.), able to guess what magician did
The Jerx 69
Andy (The Jerx) Cryptophasia Effect where spectator is apparently your long-lost twin, proven by spectator knowing a secret language only known by twins
The Jerx 157
Christoph Borer Runen-Memory two sets of identical rune stones, matching routine with spectator
Mentale Notizen 244
Kieron Johnson Taste the Rainbow spectator guesses color of skittles candy, rest are all another named color
The Time Traveller 78
Markus Beldig, Neal Scryer The Scryer ideas - and my additions applications for "The BBB Peek"
a) dream destination divined
b) spectators divine a place written in an envelope by another spectator
c) Decision Time (divination with a yes/no question)
Inspired by
  • routine in "Black & White" (Neal Scryer)
  • "Effects with Cards", "Flipping Cards" (Little Black Book, Neal Scryer)
The Florida Notes 2019 17
Markus Beldig WatchCraft spectators's watches put in five envelopes, one spectator finds his own watch, the rest assigned by performer
The Florida Notes 2019 19