86 entries in Cards / Effect Themes / Vanish / Invisible Card Theme
  
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Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue The Kittyhawk Card from packet to reversed into deck, double facer
Prepared Cards and Accessories 4
Bill Simon A Strange Card card vanishes from five card packet and reappears reversed in the deck, similar structure as the Biddle trick
Effective Card Magic 125
Bert Allerton Transcendence biddle trick, stolen card is forced to a second spectator
The Close-Up Magician 27
Al Leech Pseudo Boomerang invisible flight into pack
Super Card Man Stuff 50
Edward Marlo The Acrobatic Vanish from small packet reversed into pack
On the Acrobatic Cards 59
Edward Marlo "Over Here, Of Course!" face-up/face-down packet, selection vanishes, reappears face up
Inspired by
  • "Where Has It Gone" (Hideo Kato, Genii, Sept. 1969)
Related toVariations
Hierophant (Issue 2) 63
Roy Walton Gone To Earth card vanishes in packet an reappears
Inspired by
  • Hideo Kato's "Where Has It Gone?" (Genii Sept 1970)
Hierophant (Issue 4) 187
Paul Swinford Added Thoughts on "Over Here, of Course!"
Inspired by Hierophant (Issue 4) 189
Edward Marlo Fly Me To The Moon card vanishes in packet an reappears at chosen position, based on Hideo Kato's "Where Has It Gone?" (Genii Sept 1969), two methods
Hierophant (Issue 4) 189
Edward Marlo The Invisible Toss reappears in the deck at specific position, featuring the Deep Face-Up Switch
Related toVariations The Unexpected Card Book 79
Unknown An Easy Reverse card in ten-card packet chosen, cards shown one by one, it vanished, reappears reversed in packet
Related to New and Novel Knowledge 47
Roger Smith The Out of Sight Card Miracle "invisible deck" trick with verbal force of selection and ungaffed deck
Smith's Mini-Lecture Notes No. 1 3
Roger Smith The Card That Went Poof - Again card peeked in IF condition, later selection is shown to have vanished and then it reappears
Variations The Faro Sorcery Trilogy — Number 1 11
Edward Marlo Improved Procedure for the Invisible Toss card is tossed "invisibly" at the right position
Inspired by Marlo's Magazine Volume 1 197
Nick Trost, Stewart Judah Card Elimination Card vanishes from deck, then appears face up in the deck later
Also published here Subtle Card Magic: Part Two 22
Roger Smith The Invisible Visible card apparently palmed invisibly off deck, then put back on deck and dealt off where it becomes visible again, second deal
Inspired by
  • recent item in The Linking Ring
Innovative Magic No. 2 21
Roger Smith The Card That Went in the Deck on Top card put reversed in center is claimed to travel invisibly to top, becomes visible when dealt off the deck, second deal
Innovative Magic No. 2 21
Edward Marlo The Fake Putdown card disappears among five cards and reappears reversed in deck
Marlo's Magazine Volume 3 111
Karrell Fox The Gift of the Magi invisible deck and table, spectator names a card, it is the only jumbo card in the pocket
Variations Another Book 279
Ken De Courcy Success is Simple patter for "The Gift of the Magi"
Inspired by Another Book 283
Charlie Miller, Frank Garcia Surprise Revelation biddle trick
Exclusive Card Miracles 27
Steve Beam Rapid Transit card appears face-up on top of deck (one-hand top palm as change), is taken and vanished, reappears reversed in center
Also published here Teaching an Old Deck New Tricks 15
Charles Hudson Invisible Inserts two selections reverse one by one, invisible card presentation
Best of Friends 395
Tim Gan 1 in 52 card is sandwiched, then card is named, it is the sandwiched card
Inspired by Spell-Binder (Vol. 2 No. 17) 317
Unknown Pantomime Puzzler card in tpacket chosen, cards shown one by one, it vanished, reappears reversed in packet
Related to Simple yet Effective Tricks with Cards 57
Bernard Bilis Four-Ace Foregone two aces are made invisible, they reappear
Apocalypse Vol. 1-5 (Vol. 5 No. 11) 703
Edward Marlo Tabled Flat Palm Production invisible card is apparently turned over
Marlo without Tears 44
Gary Goldberg Disoriented using FIRP
Inspired by The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. 21) 204
Ben Harris Flying Sandwich two red Queens vanish on deck, spectator tosses the invisible cards into deck one by one and they are shown one by one, they sandwich selection
Out Of His Mind! 42
Ben Harris Transit Thought Card that has been palmed "invisibly" transposes with physical card under spectator's hand, turns out to be mentally selected card
Killer Klose-Up 36
Roberto Giobbi Der Sherlock Holmes Trick cross between Fingerprint Card Trick, Biddle Trick and Devilish Miracle, one selection, five cards removed, selection vanishes and reappears, then vanishes and reappears reversed in deck
Inspired by CardPerfect 16
Brother John Hamman The Transparent Cards two cards become invisible
The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 160
Edward Marlo Invisible Thought Transfer card thought of from ten-card packet vanishes, reappears in odd-backed deck, partial roughing, three methods
So Soon? 36
Edward Marlo Impromptu Invisible Card Routine
So Soon? 47
Rafael Benatar La Carta Invisible longer Routine
Inspired byAlso published here Cartas Certificadas 87
Brother John Hamman The Invisible Card card vanishes from packet and reappears in empty hand
Variations The Secrets of Brother John Hamman 150
John Bannon, Bob Farmer Clock O'Doom clock trick with small packet triumph sequence, selection travels from packet to deck, inspired by Bob Farmer's "Hand O'Doom", see Racherbaumer reference for credit information
Related to Smoke and Mirrors 20
Karl Fulves Hideout selection vanishes from packet, the reappears again
28 Card Tricks 38
John Bannon Timely Departure three cards are thought-of via "packet is cut off and counted..." procedure, they disappear and reappear face up
Related to Smoke and Mirrors 160
Edward Marlo Invisible Toss reappears in the deck at specific position
Related to Card Finesse II 217
Edward Marlo, Hideo Kato Nameless "It's Over Here, Of Course" card vanishes in packet and reappears, with second handling "Keyless Version"
Inspired by
  • "Where Has It Gone?" (Hideo Kato, Genii Sept. 1969)
Related to
The Olram File (Issue 11) 3
Paul Cummins Flasher
Apocalypse Vol. 11-15 (Vol. 15 No. 7) 2098
Gerald Deutsch The Invisible Card named card vanishes, to pocket, bits of business
Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 16 No. 1) 2171
Rafael Benatar The Invisible Card longer Routine
Also published here Three Professional Card Routines 9
Michael Vincent Ultra Clean Sandwich named card appears between tabled sandwich cards à la Marlo
Roger's Thesaurus 98
Philip T. Goldstein Transferloss Toss reappears in the deck at specific position after Invisible Card themed effect
Inspired by MO — Modus Operandi (Issue 7) 14
Peter Duffie Re-Calculated Invisible Toss card among five chosen, it becomes invisible and reappears reversed in deck at position that equals sum of remaining four cards
Inspired by MO — Modus Operandi (Issue 7) 16
Edward Marlo Buffaloed into Vanishing Effect #1
one of five thought of, two packets made, card vanishes from one packet and is named, faro
M.I.N.T. — Volume II 341
Jon Racherbaumer Calculated Invisible Toss card among five chosen, it becomes invisible and reappears reversed in deck at position that equals sum of remaining four cards
Inspired byVariations MO — Modus Operandi (Issue 6) 10
Paul Cummins The Invisible Card
from a shuffled deck in use... Part One 9
Dominique Duvivier Pocketful of Miracles Card to pocket routine with Invisible Palm theme
Magie Duvivier 172
Edward Marlo, Jon Racherbaumer Marlo's Favorite Devilish Miracle
Virtual Foolery 24
David Solomon A Simple Toss biddle trick, card found in deck at position of other four cards added
Inspired by Solomon's Mind 156
Nick Trost, Stewart Judah Elimination Selection appears reversed in deck after it has vanished
Related toVariationsAlso published here The Card Magic of Nick Trost 194
Dick Ferguson, George G. Kaplan, Roberto Giobbi The Invisible Card selected card vanishes from five card packet and reappeares reversed in the deck
Inspired by
  • Hugard's Magic Monthly, Dick Ferguson aka. Richard Bruce, Sept. 1951, p. 835
  • The Lie Detector (Unknown, 1948)
Card College — Volume 3 523
Nick Trost One Card Reverse card vanishes from packet and re-appears reversed
Card File Two 164
Simon Aronson Head Over Heels Invisible Card Card turns invisible, placed in deck face up, card then reappears
Inspired by Try the Impossible 100
Simon Aronson The Invisible Card Freely named card vanishes, then vanishappears reversed in deck (first published in Memories are Made of This, 1999)
Try the Impossible 175
Harry Lorayne Counted Out selection appears in middle of four-card packet, with five-as-four count
Inspired byVariationsAlso published here Personal Collection 315
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Contrary Toss-In invisible card tossed into deck by spectator, a card appears sticking out between two selections
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 106
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Well, Look at That! invisible card becomes visible and is first spectator's selection, it is completed to a Royal Flush
Card Conspiracy — Vol. 2 134
Wesley James The Moon is Made of Blue Cheese "alpha", face-up/face-down packet, selection vanishes, reappears face up and odd-backed
Inspired by
  • "Where has it gone?" (Hideo Kato, Genii Vol. 34 No. 1, Sept. 1970)
Enchantments 237
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Invisible Card Redux card vanishes from packet, appears reversed in deck
Inspired by Diamonds from Coal 69
Davide Costi Reverse
Close-Up Elegance by Davide Costi 57
Jack Parker Invisible 21 card vanishes from packet of twenty-one cards, and reappears in packet
Also published here 7-7-7 31
Jack Parker, David Solomon Invisible 21 card vanishes from packet of twenty-one cards, and reappears in packet
VariationsAlso published here 52 Memories 188
Jack Parker Invisible 21 card vanishes and reappears
Also published here 7-7-7 110
Asi Wind Transportation in Three Phases biddle trick, thought-of card vanishes from packet and reappears reversed in deck
Inspired by
  • "Transcendent" (Elmer Biddler, Genii, April 1947, p. 241)
Also published here
Chapter One 32
Jack Parker Must Be 21 to Smoke "For Claude Raines"
card vanishes from packet of 21 cards, and reappears in packet
Also published here Ten Card Mysteries Anneman Would Have Loved 23
Ken Krenzel Spread Reverse Glimpse Application invisible card presentation for reverse
Relaxed Impossibilities 46
John Guastaferro Biddleless - The Biddleless Trick biddle trick without biddle steal
Variations One Degree 80
Claude Impériale Sans Skill three cards vanish and appear again reversed
Inspired by Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 8 16
Harry Lorayne Counted Out selection appears in middle of four-card packet, with five-as-four count
Also published here Special Effects 144
Harry Lorayne No-Force Lorayne Force card hidden behind fan, spectator thinks of card and its position in twelve-card packet, card vanishes and reappears reversed in packet
Special Effects 100
Dan Buck, Dave Buck Direct Message card vanishes from packet, reappears reversed in deck
Card Men 19
Harapan Ong The Princess Card Trick Revisited thought-of-card vanishes from packet, reappears in sandwich in deck
Close Culls 77
Asi Wind Crossing Over biddle trick, thought-of card vanishes from packet and reappears reversed in deck
Also published here Repertoire 103
David Solomon Impromptu Invisible Toss biddle trick, card found in deck at position of other four cards added
Inspired by Solomon's Secrets 91
David Solomon Vanish, Name & Recover card vanishes and is shown missing from deck, thrown back reversed
Inspired by Solomon's Secrets 189
John Hostler Fully Half Invisible card vanishes from five-card packet, then back is seen but not face when spread is shown from both sides
Firkin of Deipotent Trouvailles 5
Helder Guimarães Invisible "Belief/Existence"
spectator remembers a card and its position, selection vanishes and reappears face up in deck
Secret Language — Volume 1 356
Michael Powers Small Packet I.C. selection put amongst Aces, it becomes invisible, reappears reversed in deck
Related to Tesseract 26
Michael Powers 21 Again/Invisible 21 selection vanishes and reappears again, featuring a fair selection procedure in which selection is cut into the other two packets, three distant key cards
Tesseract 208
Michael Powers Two Way Split
  • Effect 1 - The Tantalizer
  • Effect 2 - Another Invisible Card
Inspired by
  • "The Sunken Key Again" (Scalbert's Selected Secrets)
Tesseract 223
Simon Black Über selection vanishes from packet, reappears in the deck at specific position
Inspired byRelated to Magic for BLM 36
Ryan Schlutz Clearly See-Through shuffled deck, spectator takes a pile from it, remembers one card and pile is replaced, card becomes invisible and reappears reversed in deck, GAP principle
  • An Alternative Way to Handle GAP Selection
False Anchors 118