the unknown subject \n apparently random name in phone book divined, person phoned names cards which are divined \n theodore annemann
1935
the jinx 1-50 Theodore Annemann

The Unknown Subject

apparently random name in phone book divined, person phoned names cards which are divined

'number, please' \n prediction of a name in a telephone book, the accessory as a number force with counters \n theodore annemann
1939
the incorporated strange secrets Theodore Annemann

'Number, Please'

prediction of a name in a telephone book, the Accessory as a number force with counters

out of this phone book \n book, opened freely, line is forced, franklin v. taylor's peek deck principle with a book \n paul curry \n the back room \n bruce elliott \n out of this phone book \n paul curry \n out of this phone book \n paul curry \n the devil's dictionary \n barrie richardson
1944
the phoenix 51-100 Paul Curry

Out of this Phone Book

book, opened freely, line is forced, Franklin V. Taylor's peek deck principle with a book

the back room \n idea for curry's "out of this phone book", eliminating the cards and presentation for card frame both by audley walsh \n bruce elliott \n out of this phone book \n paul curry
1944
the phoenix 51-100 Bruce Elliott

The Back Room

idea for Curry's "Out of this Phone Book", eliminating the cards and presentation for card frame both by Audley Walsh

days of force \n calendar number force \n mel stover \n fortunes of a wise fool \n stephen minch \n rainbow matrix \n philip t. goldstein \n walter b. gibson \n maurice kraitchik \n rainbow matrix \n philip t. goldstein \n walter b. gibson \n maurice kraitchik \n matrix number force \n thomas alan waters \n quintasense \n thomas alan waters \n ringo-bingo \n stephen tucker \n rethink \n philip t. goldstein \n threesum \n thomas alan waters \n calendar prediction \n mel stover
1945
the phoenix 51-100 Mel Stover

out of this phone book \n book, opened freely, line is forced, franklin v. taylor's peek deck principle with a book \n paul curry \n out of this phone book \n paul curry \n pagency \n thomas alan waters
1945
miracles in mentalism and psychic experimentation Paul Curry

Out Of This Phone Book

book, opened freely, line is forced, Franklin V. Taylor's peek deck principle with a book

black magic \n with playing cards and slit in book \n franklin v. taylor \n joseph dunninger
1946
the phoenix 101-150 Franklin V. Taylor, Joseph Dunninger

glimpse the future \n playing card pushed in telephone book, moved around there and then name at the position read, predicted, pages fastened together with tape, for name correction of s. pabloff see page 193 \n sam pavloff
1946
hugard's magic monthly — volumes i, ii, iii and iv Sam Pavloff

Glimpse the Future

playing card pushed in telephone book, moved around there and then name at the position read, predicted, pages fastened together with tape, for name correction of S. Pabloff see page 193

looped \n telephone book test, where card is put in book to chose page, method that extra card does not fall out \n franklin v. taylor
1948
the phoenix 151-200 Franklin V. Taylor

Looped

telephone book test, where card is put in book to chose page, method that extra card does not fall out

clipped! \n with paper clip, spectator puts clip in book, name in loop of clip is divined \n nathan stark
1973
the compleat magick - volume 1 Nathan Stark

Clipped!

with paper clip, spectator puts clip in book, name in loop of clip is divined

mind power \n needle pin through page of book, last name and city are predicted \n joseph dunninger
1975
the compleat magick — volume ii Joseph Dunninger

Mind Power

needle pin through page of book, last name and city are predicted

one in a million \n miscall and paper clip force \n barrie richardson \n fate \n bruce elliott \n one in a half million \n barrie richardson
1977
pabular Barrie Richardson

beating the book test \n a book test with three phases and three different methods
- the pencil point prophecy
- the impromptu impression
- the phone book finale
- a brief diversion \n robert cassidy
1977
pseudo-mentally yours Robert Cassidy

Beating the Book Test

a book test with three phases and three different methods

the printed word \n no. 30, spectator cuts deck and takes two cards, values added and phone book opened on that page, 14-15 stack \n unknown
1979
self-working mental magic
Unknown

The Printed Word

No. 30, spectator cuts deck and takes two cards, values added and phone book opened on that page, 14-15 stack

the sixth sign! \n telephone book test, three numbers written on three pieces of papers or formed into three digit number, see also p. 1160 for corrections \n leslie anderson
1979
the compleat magick — volume iii Leslie Anderson

The Sixth Sign!

telephone book test, three numbers written on three pieces of papers or formed into three digit number, see also p. 1160 for corrections

wizard's walk \n telephone book test over the phone, mathematical principle \n al mann \n "arithmetical whoopee" in royal vale heath's "math-e-magic", 1953
1984
phantom voices Al Mann

Wizard's Walk

telephone book test over the phone, mathematical principle

Related to

"Arithmetical Whoopee" in Royal Vale Heath's "Math-E-Magic", 1953

the two-phone trick \n two phone books, two spectators chose a name, they live on the same street, posed as problem \n karl fulves
1988
interlocutor Karl Fulves

The Two-Phone Trick

two phone books, two spectators chose a name, they live on the same street, posed as problem

unsolved problems \n person from phone book chosen, that instant the phone rings an it is this person, posed as problem \n karl fulves
1988
interlocutor Karl Fulves

Unsolved Problems

person from phone book chosen, that instant the phone rings an it is this person, posed as problem

hellaphone \n spectator choses a number on a telephone, name is divined, not real phone numbers, first published in "new invocation" no. 31, 1986 \n thomas alan waters
1993
mind, myth & magick Thomas Alan Waters

Hellaphone

spectator choses a number on a telephone, name is divined, not real phone numbers, first published in "New Invocation" No. 31, 1986

one in a half million \n miscall and paper clip force \n barrie richardson \n fate \n bruce elliott \n one in a million \n barrie richardson
1999
theater of the mind Barrie Richardson

out of this phone book \n book, opened freely, line is forced, franklin v. taylor's peek deck principle with a book, first peek book in literature \n paul curry \n out of this phone book \n paul curry
2001
paul curry's worlds beyond Paul Curry

Out of This Phone Book

book, opened freely, line is forced, Franklin V. Taylor's peek deck principle with a book, first peek book in literature

behind my blackboard \n questionnaire adds up to a number which leads to a name in a telephone book, number is predicted on a blackboard \n dr. stanley jaks \n "behind my blackboard" in "the gen" may, 1959
2014
the incredible dr. jaks Dr. Stanley Jaks

Behind My Blackboard

questionnaire adds up to a number which leads to a name in a telephone book, number is predicted on a blackboard

die zeitungsvorhersage \n prediction printed in newspaper, chosen name from telephone book, different ideas for method and presentation \n christoph borer
2018
mentale notizen Christoph Borer

Die Zeitungsvorhersage

prediction printed in newspaper, chosen name from telephone book, different ideas for method and presentation