der knoten im taschentuch \n no. 6, putting a knot in a handkerchief without letting go of the ends (knotting the arms first) \n unknown
1900
der amateurzauberer
Unknown

Der Knoten im Taschentuch

No. 6, putting a knot in a handkerchief without letting go of the ends (knotting the arms first)

to take two corners of a handkerchief, one in each hand, and tie a know in it without removing either hand \n \n unknown
1902
the modern conjurer
Unknown

To Take Two Corners of a Handkerchief, one in each Hand, and Tie a Know in it Without Removing either Hand

christopher's three knots in a rope \n three knots appear, one disappears, one is untied, one is taken off \n milbourne christopher
1942/27
tarbell course in magic — volume 2 Milbourne Christopher

Christopher's Three Knots in a Rope

three knots appear, one disappears, one is untied, one is taken off

christopher's jumping knot \n knot jumpes from one position on rope to another \n milbourne christopher
1942/27
tarbell course in magic — volume 2 Milbourne Christopher

knots to you \n "j. s. bobo" (?), rope curled around hand, number named, that many knots appear in rope, one is blown away \n j. b. bobo
1945
hugard's magic monthly — volumes i, ii, iii and iv J. B. Bobo

Knots to You

"J. S. Bobo" (?), rope curled around hand, number named, that many knots appear in rope, one is blown away

knots on two ropes at once \n one-handed knot with both hands \n francis j. rigney
1946
hugard's magic monthly — volumes i, ii, iii and iv Francis J. Rigney

knots in paper sack \n spectators make many knots in rope, it is held in paper bag with top visible, knots vanish \n u. f. grant
1948
grant's inner circle magazine U. F. Grant

Knots in Paper Sack

spectators make many knots in rope, it is held in paper bag with top visible, knots vanish

the tony lopilato knot \n dissolving knot \n tony lopilato \n the portable knot (two-handed tony lopilato knot) \n phil willmarth
1948/27
tarbell course in magic — volume 5 Tony Lopilato

travelling ring \n ring knotted on rope jumps to two other knots \n raymond hafler \n the jumping ring \n tom sellers
1967
the art of close-up magic — volume 1 Raymond Hafler

the indian rope trick \n knot disappears twice in rope and appears again, story of the indian rope trick \n arthur setterington
1968
the joe smith mysteries Arthur Setterington

The Indian Rope Trick

knot disappears twice in rope and appears again, story of the indian rope trick

scientific rope \n magnetic ends, held together with thread
- cut & restored
- disappearing knot
- penetration of a wand or pencil \n john hamilton
1970
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 John Hamilton

flying knot \n knot jumps off the rope into air \n horace e. bennett \n the amazing, jumping, flying, sliding knot \n horace e. bennett
1970
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Horace E. Bennett

not a knot \n long and short rope tied together, then knot slid in center and ropes untied, sliding knot \n j. w. sarles \n little one \n karl fulves \n ends meet \n karl fulves
1970
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 J. W. Sarles

Not a Knot

long and short rope tied together, then knot slid in center and ropes untied, sliding knot

newspaper knotting ii \n newspaper cone, rope and knot thrown into it, knot found on rope, repeated with different colored knot \n pavel
1970ca.
successful magic Pavel

Newspaper Knotting II

newspaper cone, rope and knot thrown into it, knot found on rope, repeated with different colored knot

the left-handed knot \n comedy rope routine with two spectators and ring, woman can free rope from ring and man cannot
- handling of the knot
- outline of the routine
- the psychic release
see also p. 676 for anecdote \n karl fulves \n robot ring \n karl fulves \n harness hitch bet \n karl fulves
1971
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Karl Fulves

The Left-Handed Knot

comedy rope routine with two spectators and ring, woman can free rope from ring and man cannot

knot-so \n as richard jarrow, knot around tube dissolves \n dick jarrow \n the tubey knot \n sid lorraine
1971
the compleat magick - volume 1 Dick Jarrow

chinese rope routine \n story routine about confucius and a magician
- appearance of a knot
- one handed knot
- dissolving and appearing knots
- to "dissolve" a knot
- to make two knots appear
- the appearance of two knots
- to tie a knot in a rope without letting go of the ends of the rope
- to cause a number of knots to appear \n arthur setterington
1972
straight line mysteries Arthur Setterington

Chinese Rope Routine

story routine about Confucius and a magician

appearance of a knot

one handed knot

dissolving and appearing knots

to "dissolve" a knot

to make two knots appear

the appearance of two knots

to tie a knot in a rope without letting go of the ends of the rope

new hunter knot \n never-letting-go-knot, string \n robert e. neale \n neale's knot \n robert e. neale
1973
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Robert E. Neale

ghost knot \n knot while the spectator holds both ends, in the end the rope is linked to performer's buttonhole \n horace e. bennett \n "secret of gordius" (john benzais, the new jinx #58) \n ghost knot \n horace e. bennett
1973
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Horace E. Bennett

Ghost Knot

knot while the spectator holds both ends, in the end the rope is linked to performer's buttonhole

Inspired by

"Secret of Gordius" (John Benzais, The New Jinx #58)

no more tangles \n chefalo knot variation, presentation of knot vanish \n dr. j. konstantin garmisch
1973
the compleat magick - volume 1 Dr. J. Konstantin Garmisch

No More Tangles

Chefalo knot variation, presentation of knot vanish

knot possible \n knot tied in loop of rope, in the end the knot drops off as ring, three phases \n karl fulves \n milbourne christophe routine in the sphinx
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Karl Fulves

Knot Possible

knot tied in loop of rope, in the end the knot drops off as ring, three phases

complete circle \n three ropes tied into loops, they then form one big loop, then repeat and the big loop is actually one rope \n conrad c. bush \n from tom hubbard \n tom hubbard
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Conrad C. Bush

Complete Circle

three ropes tied into loops, they then form one big loop, then repeat and the big loop is actually one rope

on the gambler's knot \n performer demonstrates knot in slow-motion, spectator cannot duplicate it \n slydini \n the gambler's knot \n slydini \n back story \n karl fulves
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Slydini

On The Gambler's Knot

performer demonstrates knot in slow-motion, spectator cannot duplicate it

pull the knot & ring off \n \n phil willmarth \n burling hull \n j. g. thompson, jr. "top secrets of magic vol. 2" p. 227
1975
the ring & rope book - volume one Phil Willmarth, Burling Hull

Pull the Knot & Ring Off

Related to

J. G. Thompson, Jr. "Top Secrets of Magic Vol. 2" P. 227

thru-the-hole on \n ring is pulled in open knot \n phil willmarth \n verne chesbro \n j. g. thompson, jr. "top secrets of magic vol. 2"
1975
the ring & rope book — volume one Phil Willmarth, Verne Chesbro

deejay knot on \n including the variations backward deejay, forward deejay and the swinging deejay \n dick jarrow \n flip hallema \n phil willmarth \n deejay knot \n dick jarrow
1975
the ring & rope book — volume one Dick Jarrow, Flip Hallema, Phil Willmarth

Deejay Knot On

including the variations Backward Deejay, Forward Deejay and the Swinging Deejay

assorted knots \n monkey knots
- triple knot
- up-knot down-knot
- no knot
- knot over monkey puzzle
- instant noose
- noose with one knot
- noose with knot-knot \n david berglas
1976
the david berglas file no. 1 David Berglas

improved kavorting kords \n knot in red rope and knot in white rope transpose and back, then knots are slid off and vanish \n jerry mentzer
1976
second lecture Jerry Mentzer

Improved Kavorting Kords

knot in red rope and knot in white rope transpose and back, then knots are slid off and vanish

the appearing knot \n flourish one-handed kont \n unknown \n the strike knot (throwing a knot) \n j. b. bobo \n phil willmarth
1976
the big book of magic
Unknown

knot possible \n three phases, knot routine with loop of ring, knot comes off at the end \n karl fulves \n milbourne christopher
1977
the magic book Karl Fulves, Milbourne Christopher

Knot Possible

three phases, knot routine with loop of ring, knot comes off at the end

the gambler's knot \n performer demonstrates knot in slow-motion, spectator cannot duplicate it \n slydini \n on the gambler's knot \n slydini
1977
the magic book Slydini

The Gambler's Knot

performer demonstrates knot in slow-motion, spectator cannot duplicate it

the sliding knot \n idea of doing it with different colored silks on page 192, another handling by michael sondermeyer on page 444 \n john cornelius \n sliding knot, plus \n blair bowling \n the sliding knot \n john cornelius \n knotsotuff \n john cornelius
1978
apocalypse vol. 1-5 John Cornelius

The Sliding Knot

idea of doing it with different colored silks on page 192, another handling by Michael Sondermeyer on page 444

restoration supreme \n cut and restored rope with sliding knot, different restoration \n paul curry \n restoration supreme \n paul curry
1978
the sliding knot and restoration supreme Paul Curry

Restoration Supreme

cut and restored rope with sliding knot, different restoration

the amazing, jumping, flying, sliding knot \n knot jumps, slides and is picked off, then cut and restored rope \n horace e. bennett \n george sands' "ropesation" \n flying knot \n horace e. bennett
1978
on your feet Horace E. Bennett

The Amazing, Jumping, Flying, Sliding Knot

knot jumps, slides and is picked off, then cut and restored rope

the ringer \n ring is caught in knot, one handed \n steve beam
1978
they don't make trap doors like they used to do or you too can walk on water Steve Beam

contest rope \n (extra sheet)
two ropes tied together on both ends, contest with spectator who unties quicker, performer's knot vanishes, making one rope \n karl fulves \n new rope methods \n slydini
1979
the chronicles Karl Fulves

Contest Rope

(extra sheet)
two ropes tied together on both ends, contest with spectator who unties quicker, performer's knot vanishes, making one rope

knot a knot \n spectator makes number of knots and lays rope onto shoulder of performer, number of knots divined \n karl fulves
1979
interlocutor Karl Fulves

Knot A Knot

spectator makes number of knots and lays rope onto shoulder of performer, number of knots divined

warren stephens' helicopter knot \n knot wobbles down on rope into hand \n warren stephens
1981
jim ryan close-up: sensational stunners Warren Stephens

the babushka routine \n five phase routine with dissolving knots and a large handkerchief, final one is through neck \n ron fredrick
1982
the professional routines of ron fredrick Ron Fredrick

The Babushka Routine

five phase routine with dissolving knots and a large handkerchief, final one is through neck

biographical rope \n humorous routine with a rope, several knots and fitting patter, see also p. 543 and p. 860 \n steve beam \n biographical rope \n steve beam
1983
the trapdoor — volume one Steve Beam

Biographical Rope

humorous routine with a rope, several knots and fitting patter, see also p. 543 and p. 860

hopper knoten \n four different colored ropes, knot from rope jumps on others and is opened on last rope \n pavel \n pavel's fantastic knot
1983
neue magische ideen Pavel

Hopper Knoten

four different colored ropes, knot from rope jumps on others and is opened on last rope

hitch a spectator \n several knots quickly united behind back \n r. c. buff \n the portable knot (two-handed tony lopilato knot) \n phil willmarth
1984
magic from the parade #1 R. C. Buff

little one \n unequal ropes, knotted, knot slides to other end and back, one rope shrinks in process, performed at table \n karl fulves \n "my rope trick" - an original cut and restored rope routine \n edward victor \n not a knot \n j. w. sarles \n merger \n karl fulves
1986
contemporary rope magic — part i Karl Fulves

Little One

unequal ropes, knotted, knot slides to other end and back, one rope shrinks in process, performed at table

sliding reference \n credit information on sliding knot \n karl fulves \n "the sliding knot" (tom hubbard, ireland's yearbook, 1969/70)
1986
contemporary rope magic - part i Karl Fulves

Sliding Reference

credit information on sliding knot

Related to

"The Sliding Knot" (Tom Hubbard, Ireland's Yearbook, 1969/70)

ricochet knot \n rope knotted into loop, held between hands, knot jumps from lower strand to upper strand and then off \n karl fulves \n ricochet ring \n james g. thompson jr.
1986
contemporary rope magic — part i Karl Fulves

Ricochet Knot

rope knotted into loop, held between hands, knot jumps from lower strand to upper strand and then off

christopher's knot \n dissolving knots routine \n martin gardner \n milbourne christopher \n milbourne christopher's square knot (hugard's magic monthly, august 1958) \n square-knot paradox \n milbourne christopher
1986
contemporary rope magic — part ii Martin Gardner, Milbourne Christopher

Christopher's Knot

dissolving knots routine

Inspired by

Milbourne Christopher's Square Knot (Hugard's Magic Monthly, August 1958)

knot conversion \n "to change a reef or square knot into two overhand knots, and to change these back again" \n unknown \n the ashley book of knots
1986
contemporary rope magic - part ii
Unknown

Knot Conversion

"to change a reef or square knot into two overhand knots, and to change these back again"

here spot \n lose knot tied, loop/circle comes off rope \n karl fulves \n ring of beauty \n ronald j. dayton \n here, spot! \n karl fulves
1986
contemporary rope magic — part ii Karl Fulves

ring of beauty \n effect by karl fulves, rope ring slid on rope, rope pulled, rope ring becomes smaller and then jumps off rope \n ronald j. dayton \n here spot \n karl fulves
1986
contemporary rope magic — part ii Ronald J. Dayton

Ring of Beauty

effect by Karl Fulves, rope ring slid on rope, rope pulled, rope ring becomes smaller and then jumps off rope

las vegas knot \n knot appears or not \n martin gardner \n scientific american, september 1983 \n riddle rope \n martin gardner \n joseph k. schmidt
1986
contemporary rope magic — part iii Martin Gardner

gremlin tube \n rope around cardboard tube, knot tied outside vanishes and appears inside tube \n karl fulves
1986
contemporary rope magic - part iii Karl Fulves

Gremlin Tube

rope around cardboard tube, knot tied outside vanishes and appears inside tube

the portable knot (two-handed tony lopilato knot) \n complicated dissolving knot bundle \n phil willmarth \n the tony lopilato knot \n tony lopilato \n hitch a spectator \n r. c. buff
1989
the knot collector Phil Willmarth

the strike knot (throwing a knot) \n flourish one-handed kont \n j. b. bobo \n phil willmarth \n throwing a knot \n j. b. bobo \n the appearing knot \n unknown
1989
the knot collector J. B. Bobo, Phil Willmarth

the pendulum or lazy magician's knot \n flourish knot \n herb zarrow \n herb zarrow's "the pendulum or lazy magician's knot" in karl fulves "close-up folio" no.12 /1979
1989
the knot collector Herb Zarrow

The Pendulum or Lazy Magician's Knot

flourish knot

Also published here

Herb Zarrow's "The Pendulum or Lazy Magician's Knot" in Karl Fulves "Close-Up Folio" No.12 /1979

triple knots \n no. 4, three knots appear in rope \n karl fulves \n milbourne christopher
1990
self-working rope magic Karl Fulves, Milbourne Christopher

name a number \n no. 11, rope coiled in hand, spectator names small number, that number of knots appear in rope \n unknown
1990
self-working rope magic
Unknown

Name a Number

No. 11, rope coiled in hand, spectator names small number, that number of knots appear in rope

miller's sliding knots \n no. 14, knot slides from one end to the other \n jack miller \n sliding knot \n jack miller
1990
self-working rope magic Jack Miller

sliding knot \n no. 24, two ropes knotted, knot slides to one side, ropes unknotted and now of different length \n unknown
1990
self-working rope magic
Unknown

Sliding Knot

No. 24, two ropes knotted, knot slides to one side, ropes unknotted and now of different length

self-taught ropes \n no. 28, two ropes put over shoulders of spectator, a knot appears behind his back on each rope, secret one-handed knotting \n karl fulves
1990
self-working rope magic Karl Fulves

Self-Taught Ropes

No. 28, two ropes put over shoulders of spectator, a knot appears behind his back on each rope, secret one-handed knotting

double-ring ceremony \n no. 32, two borrowed finger-rings put on rope, a knot appears around each \n dr. zina bennett \n senor charles mardo \n stewart judah \n john braun \n letters \n c. d. oeloff \n vernon winiecke \n howard schaefer \n r. farrell
1990
self-working rope magic Dr. Zina Bennett, Senor Charles Mardo, Stewart Judah, John Braun

Double-Ring Ceremony

No. 32, two borrowed finger-rings put on rope, a knot appears around each

triplicity \n no. 38, routine, three knots appear, one vanishes, one is untied and one is pulled off \n milbourne christopher \n dr. zina bennett \n karl fulves
1990
self-working rope magic Milbourne Christopher, Dr. Zina Bennett, Karl Fulves

Triplicity

No. 38, routine, three knots appear, one vanishes, one is untied and one is pulled off

the penrose knot \n no. 39, several knots in rope, spectator choses one, rope is pulled and all vanish except chosen one \n roger penrose
1990
self-working rope magic Roger Penrose

The Penrose Knot

No. 39, several knots in rope, spectator choses one, rope is pulled and all vanish except chosen one

knot at all \n no. 45, knot tied in rope, spectator cuts knot off, restoration, knot reappears \n dr. weiner \n karl fulves
1990
self-working rope magic Dr. Weiner, Karl Fulves

spirit knots \n no. 55, rope and ring put in paper bag, three knots appear in rope and ring is tied in chosen knot \n karl fulves
1990
self-working rope magic Karl Fulves

Spirit Knots

No. 55, rope and ring put in paper bag, three knots appear in rope and ring is tied in chosen knot

the hanging \n no. 57, one spectator is murderer, chosen with cards, noose tied from rope, it tightens only at guilty spectator \n robert e. neale
1990
self-working rope magic Robert E. Neale

The Hanging

No. 57, one spectator is murderer, chosen with cards, noose tied from rope, it tightens only at guilty spectator

fourth-dimension knot \n no. 63, rope tied between both wrists of performer, he makes a knot when out of sight \n unknown
1990
self-working rope magic
Unknown

Fourth-Dimension Knot

No. 63, rope tied between both wrists of performer, he makes a knot when out of sight

biographical rope \n humorous routine with a rope, several knots and fitting patter \n steve beam \n biographical rope \n steve beam
1993
magic with no entertainment value ii Steve Beam

Biographical Rope

humorous routine with a rope, several knots and fitting patter

knot from nowhere & variations \n thing where you don't let go of ends and still make knots \n joe berg \n martin gardner
1995
arcane Joe Berg, Martin Gardner

Knot from Nowhere & Variations

thing where you don't let go of ends and still make knots

separating knots \n two ropes together are knotted, knots separated, with single rope variation, with silks \n mitsunobu matsuyama \n martin gardner \n riddle rope \n martin gardner \n joseph k. schmidt
1995
arcane Mitsunobu Matsuyama, Martin Gardner

Separating Knots

two ropes together are knotted, knots separated, with Single Rope Variation, With Silks

pure rope \n rope is cut several times with fingers and is then restored again, multi-phase routine \n felix farrell \n george sands' "sandsational rope"
1995
aus dem effeff... Felix Farrell

Pure Rope

rope is cut several times with fingers and is then restored again, multi-phase routine

roped \n two white ropes are suddenly knotted together, the rope slides along the rope and knot changes color, knot is taken off the rope and thrown on it again, when it is opened, its a white rope with a red part \n michael kaminskas \n daryl martinez \n pavel \n pavel's fantastic knot \n daryl martinez' amazing acrobatic knot
1996
miracle material Michael Kaminskas, Daryl Martinez, Pavel

Roped

two white ropes are suddenly knotted together, the rope slides along the rope and knot changes color, knot is taken off the rope and thrown on it again, when it is opened, its a white rope with a red part

knot there \n "unsolved mysteries"
hunter knot mentioned (without letting go), knot is in tie instead, posed as a problem \n karl fulves
1997
the fine print Karl Fulves

Knot There

"Unsolved Mysteries"
Hunter knot mentioned (without letting go), knot is in tie instead, posed as a problem

bow & arrow knot \n flourish knot in which one end shoots through a loop, repeated with smaller loops \n dai vernon \n the william tell knot \n unknown \n informant \n karl fulves \n informant \n karl fulves
1998
underworld Dai Vernon

Bow & Arrow Knot

flourish knot in which one end shoots through a loop, repeated with smaller loops

watch the watch \n "unsolved mysteries"
performed one-handed, ring put on rope, one-handed knot made, ring vanished, posed as a problem \n karl fulves \n one-hand figure 8 \n karl fulves
1998
the fine print Karl Fulves

Watch The Watch

"Unsolved Mysteries"
performed one-handed, ring put on rope, one-handed knot made, ring vanished, posed as a problem

x-ray mind \n different ropes on board with hooks, performer holds rope and duplicates magically the condition of the selected ropes via color change, appearing knots, and so on \n ronnie lee
2000
latter day secrets Ronnie Lee

X-Ray Mind

different ropes on board with hooks, performer holds rope and duplicates magically the condition of the selected ropes via color change, appearing knots, and so on

mexican handcuffs \n rope around spectator's wrist tightens in unusual way \n dr. raymond l. beebe \n genii \n letters \n leonard hevia \n ron mccroby \n walter brusa
2000
latter day secrets Dr. Raymond L. Beebe

Mexican Handcuffs

rope around spectator's wrist tightens in unusual way

restoration supreme \n cut and restored rope with sliding knot, different restoration \n paul curry \n restoration supreme \n paul curry \n the sliding knot \n paul curry
2001
paul curry's worlds beyond Paul Curry

Restoration Supreme

cut and restored rope with sliding knot, different restoration

ringworm \n knot on rope visually changes into a finger ring, coin purse (where ring was previously) shown to contain the knot \n richard sanders
2004
random acts of magic Richard Sanders

Ringworm

Knot on rope visually changes into a finger ring, coin purse (where ring was previously) shown to contain the knot

knotornot \n \n karl fulves \n "to tie a knot on the left wrist without letting the right hand approach it" (the magician's own book, 1857)
2006
prolix Karl Fulves

Knotornot

Inspired by

"To Tie a Knot on the Left Wrist Without Letting the Right Hand Approach it" (The Magician's Own Book, 1857)

the knot of enchantment \n each end of a rope tied to each wrist, magician manages to tie a knot in the rope \n unknown \n "the knot of enchantment" (boy's world, 1915-16)
2007
the essential stewart james
Unknown

The Knot of Enchantment

Each end of a rope tied to each wrist, magician manages to tie a knot in the rope

riddle rope \n knot appears or not
- the chefalo phase
- schmidt's fake chefalo \n martin gardner \n joseph k. schmidt \n las vegas knot \n martin gardner \n separating knots \n mitsunobu matsuyama \n martin gardner
2008
prolix Martin Gardner, Joseph K. Schmidt

the pajama cord trick \n rope cut into three pieces, lengths change and after ends are knotted it restores again
a. performance
b. props and set-up
c. gene's script \n gene anderson
2016
gene anderson — the book Gene Anderson

The Pajama Cord Trick

rope cut into three pieces, lengths change and after ends are knotted it restores again
A. Performance
B. Props and set-up
C. Gene's script

knot dr. seuss \n big knot is formed, falls of rope and performer is left with short piece of rope, pavel's krazy knot
a. background and credits
b. the poem
c. gene's script
d. materials and tools
f. seuss book \n gene anderson
2016
gene anderson — the book Gene Anderson

Knot Dr. Seuss

big knot is formed, falls of rope and performer is left with short piece of rope, Pavel's Krazy Knot
A. Background and Credits
B. The poem
C. Gene's script
D. Materials and tools
F. Seuss book