one of those things\nage and number (amount of change) are divined after calculation\ncalvin cole\npocket presto\ncalvin cole\nkarl fulves
1935
the jinx 1-50 Calvin Cole

One of Those Things

age and number (amount of change) are divined after calculation

calendar conjuring\nnumber effects with calendar sheets, see page 172 for improvement by dr. jacob daley\ntom sellers\nmagic squares\n unknown
1936
the jinx 1-50 Tom Sellers

Calendar Conjuring

number effects with calendar sheets, see page 172 for improvement by Dr. Jacob Daley

guessing someone's age\nusing digital roots to estimate the age of someone\n unknown\ndigital roots\n unknown\njust a few wrinkles...\nstephen tucker
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Unknown

Guessing Someone's Age

Using digital roots to estimate the age of someone

an addition trick\ndivine digit that is not named in a long number using digital roots\n unknown\ndigital roots\n unknown
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Unknown

An Addition Trick

Divine digit that is not named in a long number using digital roots

a multiplication trick\ndivine digit that is not named in a long number using digital roots\n unknown\ndigital roots\n unknown
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Unknown

A Multiplication Trick

Divine digit that is not named in a long number using digital roots

hummer's die mystery\nmagician uses dice to divine number thought of by spectator, principle is similar to 21 card trick / gergonne's pile problem. spectator thinks of a number between one and six, a die is put under performer's hand and without looking at it the performer shows three sides of the die several times and asks if the selected number is visible, number is eventually divined\nbob hummer\ndevil's die\njack yates\nfrom gergonne to gargantua\njoseph diez gergonne
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Bob Hummer

Hummer's Die Mystery

Magician uses dice to divine number thought of by spectator, principle is similar to 21 card trick / Gergonne's Pile Problem. spectator thinks of a number between one and six, a die is put under performer's hand and without looking at it the performer shows three sides of the die several times and asks if the selected number is visible, number is eventually divined

number cards\nset of cards with numbers, spectator thinks of a number and chooses cards that has the thought of number. magician divines the number. binary system\n unknown\nwindow cards\n unknown
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Unknown

Number Cards

Set of cards with numbers, spectator thinks of a number and chooses cards that has the thought of number. Magician divines the number. Binary system

window cards\nmore complex version of number cards with holes cut out in the card to be stacked up\n unknown\nsam loyd's version\nsam lloyd\nnumber cards\n unknown
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Unknown

Window Cards

More complex version of Number Cards with holes cut out in the card to be stacked up

devil's dial\nnumber dialled, person at other end divines a number, see also p. 342 & 348\nfrancis j. baker\nthe expunged numeral\n unknown\nnew math\ndr. ben b. braude\ncalculator spelling\n unknown\nspeak up\nkarl fulves\ndevil's dial\nkarl fulves
1970
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Francis J. Baker

Devil's Dial

number dialled, person at other end divines a number, see also p. 342 & 348

mento-pen\ndavid copperfield, number is divined with special pen\ndavid s. kotkin\nflair play\nmax maven
1972
tarbell course in magic — volume 7 David S. Kotkin

Mento-Pen

David Copperfield, number is divined with special pen

random harvest\nspectator finds shuffled face down numbered cards in order and fails at your predicted number\npaul curry
1977
special effects Paul Curry

Random Harvest

spectator finds shuffled face down numbered cards in order and fails at your predicted number

the octal pencil\nliar's matrix, spectator selects number column and reads out print color lying on one of them\nalex elmsley
1980
curioser Alex Elmsley

The Octal Pencil

Liar's Matrix, spectator selects number column and reads out print color lying on one of them

fourth-dimensional dates\nno. 13, year added to another year with another number, original year found out\n unknown
1983
self-working number magic
Unknown

Fourth-Dimensional Dates

No. 13, year added to another year with another number, original year found out

mysterious math\nno. 14, number thought of and spectator tells on which number cards it is listed, binary numbers in corners\n unknown
1983
self-working number magic
Unknown

Mysterious Math

No. 14, number thought of and spectator tells on which number cards it is listed, binary numbers in corners

devil's dial\nno. 96, person called and that person divines astrological sign\nkarl fulves\ndevil's dial\nfrancis j. baker
1983
self-working number magic Karl Fulves

Devil's Dial

No. 96, person called and that person divines astrological sign

best daze\nno. 66, spectator circles three consecutive days on a calendar vertically, days divined from total\n unknown
1983
self-working number magic
Unknown

Best Daze

No. 66, spectator circles three consecutive days on a calendar vertically, days divined from total

four of a mind\nno. 67, spectator circles four consecutive days on a calendar vertically, days divined from total\n unknown
1983
self-working number magic
Unknown

Four of a Mind

No. 67, spectator circles four consecutive days on a calendar vertically, days divined from total

transcendental phone test\nperson on telephone and a spectator select a number, numbers are added and total is used to select a sentence in a book, all is divined\nal mann
1984
phantom voices Al Mann

Transcendental Phone Test

person on telephone and a spectator select a number, numbers are added and total is used to select a sentence in a book, all is divined

dr. bridges' though projection\nnumber is sealed in envelope, other spectator names a number, coincidence\ndr. milton bridges
1993
tarbell course in magic — volume 8 Dr. Milton Bridges

Dr. Bridges' Though Projection

number is sealed in envelope, other spectator names a number, coincidence

the octal pencil\nliar's matrix, spectator selects number column and reads out print color lying on one of them\nalex elmsley
1994
the collected works of alex elmsley — volume 2 Alex Elmsley

The Octal Pencil

Liar's Matrix, spectator selects number column and reads out print color lying on one of them

time will tell\nthought-of hour divined, method uses watch with second hand\nbob king\n'n synch\nrajneesh madhok\ngregory wilson\n'n synch 2\nrajneesh madhok
2003
new magician foolers Bob King

Time Will Tell

thought-of hour divined, method uses watch with second hand

'n synch\ndivination of two thought-of numbers over the phone, method uses watch with second hand\nrajneesh madhok\ngregory wilson\ntime will tell\nbob king
2009
penumbra Rajneesh Madhok, Gregory Wilson

'N Synch

divination of two thought-of numbers over the phone, method uses watch with second hand

tell a phony too\ndivination of birth month and playing card over the phone with dealing procedure, variation of eddie fields' "tell a phony" (greater artful dodges, p. 111)\nrajneesh madhok
2009
penumbra Rajneesh Madhok

Tell A Phony Too

divination of birth month and playing card over the phone with dealing procedure, variation of Eddie Fields' "Tell a Phony" (Greater Artful Dodges, p. 111)

'n synch 2\ndivination of thought-of number over the phone, method uses watch with second hand\nrajneesh madhok\ntime will tell\nbob king
2009
penumbra Rajneesh Madhok

'N Synch 2

divination of thought-of number over the phone, method uses watch with second hand