28 entries in Paper / Envelopes / Index Envelopes
  
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Unknown Das Vorherbestimmen mehrerer gewählter Karten No. 39, four piles made, one chosen, all cards from that pile are predicted in envelope, nested envelopes system
1895 Der Kartenkünstler 46
Unknown Nested Multiple Out Envelope four nested envelopes with four predictions, unpacked until required prediction is accessible
May. 1895 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 1 No. 5) 76
Unknown Multiple Out Envelope four outs
1897 New Era Card Tricks 135
Oswald Rae Mental Telepathy named card is found in small envelope, which is inside a big envelope
1926 Between Ourselves 11
Theodore Annemann An Original Faked Envelope with a Publicity Angle three compartments, election prediction application
1935 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 15) 72
Edw. C. Jochens One, Two, Three prediction of one out of three, in envelope
1946 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1946) 33
Roy Johnson, Morty Rudnick The Schmuck Prediction! four way out prediction envelope, "all schmucks choose ..."
1971 Second Time Around 39
James G. Thompson Jr. Jet Thought one of five cities predicted in envelope (with index)
VariationsAlso published here Winter 1972 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 7 No. 6th Folio) 497
Al Mann Delphic Dominoes featuring envelope with four compartments that can deliver one of twelve predictions, here used with pictures of dominoes
Jan. 1973 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8 No. 3) 590
Charles Cameron Demon Doll voodoo doll on cardboard, prediction of name, color and body part
1973 The Compleat Magick - Volume I (Issue 88) 437
Gabriella Justus Gripper based on a routine by Susie Cottrell, poker hands, one card is selected
1977 The Compleat Magick — Volume II (Issue 190) 949
Larry Becker Thunderbolt three spectators chose a color each and form a total with numbers, both is predicted in envelope
Related to 1978 World of Super Mentalism 141
Richard Lyn Games Teleplay deck of index cards with different names, prediction of one in an envelope
1981 The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 282) 1409
Thomas Alan Waters Indivasion envelope for two outs
1982 Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue Octasm) 317
Al Mann Awards Headliner! newspaper is torn and parts eliminated, headline from last piece was predicted in envelope, multiple out envelope
1982 Tr-Id 5
Al Mann The Five Star Gambit with the Five Star Miracle Deck, single card prediction in envelope, four-way envelope
1982 The Knight's Gambit 5
Thomas Alan Waters Outstrip envelope, two-way out, holding card back by stripper principle
1982 Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue Deckalogue) 232
Al Mann Gifts Most Rare three spectator get an envelope, they select a word from a book each and the words match with prediction in envelopes, several methods
1982 The Knight's Gambit 8
Theophil "Philius" Weidmann, Alessandro de Luca Das Televisions-Spiel card is selected and is missing in second deck, found in envelope
1983 Ueber das Wesen der Mentalmagie 28
James G. Thompson Jr. Jet Thought No. 59, one of five cities predicted in envelope (with index)
Also published here 1985 Self-Working Paper Magic 105
Thomas Alan Waters Pentab multiple out prediction in envelope
Inspired by 1985 Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue Myxtyr) 647
Martin Lewis Technicolor Prediction Prediction effect with three colored envelopes
Variations 1985 Martin's Miracles 143
Tony Bartolotta Thought In Color movie star and color chosen, prediction in envelope in which chosen actor is striked through
Inspired by 1994 Rigmarole (Issue 6) 69
Gary Kurtz The Invisible Cards and Envelopes named invisible card put in invisible envelope is put in real envelope and becomes visible there, one of 36, named number is also on envelope
Inspired by
  • "The Invisible Cards and Envelopes" (Alan Shaxon, Practical Sorcery)
Variations
1995 Notes from The Summit 1
Gary Kurtz The Invisible Cards and Envelopes named invisible card put in invisible envelope is put in real envelope and becomes visible there, named number is also on envelope
  • First Version - Forcing the Suit
  • Second Version - Fifty-Two Possibilities
Inspired by 1996 Notes from The Summit (revised edition) 1
Ellis Stanyon The Pack Is "Cut" into Four and the Names of the Cards in Either Part Are Found in an Envelope No. 10, four piles made, one chosen, cards in that pile are predicted or divined, multiple out in envelope
1999 Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 109
John Born Lucky Penny Card freely selected and lost. Magician deals and stops at the selection, then reveals prediction of the selected card in envelope
2012 Seeking the Bridge 84
Bob Farmer 4-Way Outs
  • Envelope
  • Wallets
2017 The Bammo Tarodiction Toolbox 36