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Dr. L. Rothbart Thought Transmission flash light code
Related to Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 1 No. 11) 2
James G. Thompson Jr. Moonlight Madness thorough discussion of his and Julia Thompson's Two-Person Code Act, involving flash light for coding, ESP coding, see also p. 348 of Pallbearers Review for credit claim
Related to The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 135) 769
James G. Thompson Jr. Moonlight Madness with flashlight bulb attached to the performer's rear
Related to My Best 265
Bruce Elliott The Back Room on how to win half the games at simultaneous chess, Tangram
Related to The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 95) 387
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley It's A Small World spectator marks any place on a globe, prediction, envelope switch behind chair
Variations Gems of Mental Magic 9
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley The Spirit multiple prediction on a record
Related to Gems of Mental Magic 74
George B. Anderson Another Sealed Envelope - Which I Call "The Bonded Fifth" in envelopes
Related to It Must Be Mindreading 18
Aage Darling Tele-Hypnosis girl sits on one of seven chairs, with alternative method for large cards
VariationsAlso published here I'll Read Your Mind 12
Tony Corinda Different Types of Writers A. Described as "The Swami Gimmick"
B. Described as "C" Type
C. Described as The Band Writer
D. Described as the Overnail Writer
E. Described as an "Adhesive Writer" (Eric Mason's Boon)
F. Described as The Thumbtip Nailwriter
Related to The Swami Gimmick 4
Tony Corinda Points to Consider with All Types on nail writer
The Swami Gimmick 6
Tony Corinda How to Use Your Swami Gimmick
The Swami Gimmick 6
Tony Corinda (a) Getting the Gimmick Into Position For Use swami holdouts, and where to ditch it afterwards
The Swami Gimmick 6
Tony Corinda (b) How to Handle the Gimmick When It Is On
The Swami Gimmick 8
Tony Corinda (c) How to Write On - The Right Type of Card
The Swami Gimmick 8
Tony Corinda (d) How to Hold the Card Before, During and After Writing
The Swami Gimmick 8
Tony Corinda (e) The Technique of Writing
The Swami Gimmick 10
Tony Corinda (f) The Style of Writing and What to Write
The Swami Gimmick 10
Tony Corinda Section Two: Special Techniques
The Swami Gimmick 11
Tony Corinda (a) The Use of Different Colours
The Swami Gimmick 11
Tony Corinda (c) The Carbon Impression Technique for sealed envelopes, also with "No Carbon Required" paper
Related to The Swami Gimmick 12
Tony Corinda (d) The Ink Writer
The Swami Gimmick 13
Tony Corinda (e) Preparation of the Prediction for window envelopes and other swami predictions
The Swami Gimmick 13
Tony Corinda (f) The Fingernail best length to wear a swami and the treatment of it
The Swami Gimmick 14
Tony Corinda (g) Alternative Methods of Holding the Card
Related to
  • Frank Chapman and Ralph Read's "20 Stunners with a Nailwriter", 1944
The Swami Gimmick 14
Tony Corinda (h) The Visible Pencil
The Swami Gimmick 15
Tony Corinda Section Three: Modesty and Mentalism Mixed exceptional uses of nail writer, Henry Slade, Madam Dis Debar, Carl Franks, Keeler, Chung Ling Soo
The Swami Gimmick 16
Tony Corinda Conclusion on the nail writer
The Swami Gimmick 16
Tony Corinda No. 1. The Spectator as the Telepathist spectator receives performer's number figure by figure
The Swami Gimmick 17
Tony Corinda No. 2. First Variation of the No. 1 Principle spectator receives a thought of name
The Swami Gimmick 17
Tony Corinda, Burling Hull No. 3. Second Variation of the No. 1 Principle slip of paper is sealed between two pennies, spectator receives a though of date
The Swami Gimmick 17
Tony Corinda No. 4. Straight to the Point thought of number or amount of change is predicted
The Swami Gimmick 18
Tony Corinda No. 5. A Stage Trick color, city and date are predicted on three numbered cards
The Swami Gimmick 18
Tony Corinda No. 6. spectator is selected with ping pong ball, named place is predicted in an envelope
The Swami Gimmick 18
Tony Corinda No. 7. A Card Trick unknown card is marked with initials of the spectator, who finds that card by coincidence
The Swami Gimmick 19
Tony Corinda No. 9. A Close up Quickie date of a coin is predicted
The Swami Gimmick 19
Tony Corinda No. 10. Two Person Telepathy medium in other room gets a selected word from a book
Inspired by
  • Frank Chapman and Ralph Read's "20 Stunners with a Nailwriter", 1944
The Swami Gimmick 19
Tony Corinda No. 12. Time and Space, An Informal Effect imaginary trip
The Swami Gimmick 20
Tony Corinda, Eric Mason No. 13. The Card in Glass card with prediction put in a glass, hole in glass
Related to The Swami Gimmick 21
Tony Corinda No. 14. The Week Ahead Prediction window envelope in second envelope, sent prediction
The Swami Gimmick 21
Tony Corinda No. 15. Another Publicity Stunt sent prediction of the name of an audience member
The Swami Gimmick 22
Aage Darling, Tony Corinda No. 16. The Seven Chairs
Inspired by The Swami Gimmick 22
Tony Corinda No. 17. Any Date of the Year two calendars, spectator and performer mark the same date
The Swami Gimmick 22
Tony Corinda 18. The White Swami writing appears between two slates
The Swami Gimmick 22
Tony Corinda No. 19. The Sex Detector sent prediction of the sex of a baby
The Swami Gimmick 23
Tony Corinda No. 20. Headline Predictions
The Swami Gimmick 23
Tony Corinda No. 21. Topical Effects prediction of sport results
The Swami Gimmick 23
Tony Corinda No. 22. A First Class Newspaper Test selected word of a newspaper is predicted
The Swami Gimmick 23
Tony Corinda No. 23. Dartboard Prediction prediction of the total score
The Swami Gimmick 24
Tony Corinda No. 24. Matches or Cigarettes prediction of the amount of spectator's cigarettes or matches
The Swami Gimmick 24
Tony Corinda Part One: Pencil Reading general remarks
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 28
Tony Corinda (1) When To Do It
  • Favourable Conditions
  • Unfavourable Condtions
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 29
Tony Corinda (2) The Pencil Used for Writing
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 30
Tony Corinda (3) The Card Used When Writing Is Done
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 31
Tony Corinda (4) The Distance Between You and the Spectator
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 31
Tony Corinda (5) Safety Checks to Eliminate Errors
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 31
Tony Corinda (6) Pencil Reading of Numbers
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 32
Tony Corinda (7) Pencil Reading Words
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 32
Tony Corinda (8) Pencil Reading by Position
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 33
Tony Corinda Summary
Related to Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 33
Tony Corinda (1) "Get-outs Gallore" written word is divined, with outs
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 33
Tony Corinda (3) The Total Result add-a-number divination
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 34
Tony Corinda (4) A Debt Repaid spectator writes down a sum of money, performer lets him subtract an amount and then hands him the exact change, he was holding from the beginning
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 34
Tony Corinda (5) The Swami and the Pencil performer writes a prediction, spectator writes the same
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 34
Tony Corinda Part Two: Lip Reading
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 35
Tony Corinda (1) Any Card Called For
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 35
Tony Corinda (2) Reconstructed Evidence a thought of shape is drawn by a selected color, both are divined, blindfolded
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 36
Tony Corinda (3) The Whispering Buddha revealing facts of a person, that were whispered to a Buddha statue
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 37
Tony Corinda Part Three: Sound Reading
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 38
Tony Corinda (1) Written Information Discovered by Sound Reading
  • The Designs to Use
  • The Numbers to Use
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 38
Tony Corinda (2) Sound Reading Applied to Action - Not Writing coin dropped in which box, coin lands head or tails up
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 39
Tony Corinda, Jon Tremaine, Alex Elmsley (1) Tapping Card Location spectator thinks of one of seven cards and taps the cards with a pencil, performer stops him when he taps the thought of card
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 41
Tony Corinda (2) Paranormal Precognition one of five symbols is drawn on a blackboard and divined by the spectator
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 41
Tony Corinda (3) A Pocket Trick pencil is removed from a box, color is divined, fake pencil
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 42
Tony Corinda (4) Clean Cut Card Trick Card is written on board and then divined
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 42
Tony Corinda Part Four: Touch Reading
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 42
Tony Corinda (1) Sujan Location colored card is divined
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 43
Tony Corinda (2) With a Pinch of Salt!
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 43
Tony Corinda Impromptu "Just Chance"
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 43
Tony Corinda (3) Marked Playing Cards
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 45
Tony Corinda (4) Psychic Sorting Ghost Deck, performer divides deck in to red and black by touch, then sorts the red into hearts and diamonds and odd and even
Related to Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 45
Tony Corinda (5) Colour Conscious with the Ghost Deck, selected card is found at position performer names
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 47
Tony Corinda (6) Another Version of the Princess Card Trick Ghost Deck, with handkerchief
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 48
Tony Corinda (7) Another Application of the Touch Reading Envelope several ideas of identifying envelopes by touch, envelope index tip
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 49
Tony Corinda Part Five: Muscle Reading
  • Advanced Forms of Contact Mind Reading
  • The Copper Wire Contact
  • Action with the Chosen Object Following Location
  • When to Use Contact Mind Reading
  • The Blindfold
  • Hellstromism
  • The Blackboard Test
  • Conclusion
Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading 50
Tony Corinda Introduction overview and a little bit of history, Gregor von Feinaigle
Mnemonics and Mental Systems 59
Tony Corinda The Amazing Memory Test
  • The First Stage (the system)
  • The Second Stage (connecting the objects to the learned list)
  • The Application of The Amazing Memory System
  • Calling the Objects Back
Mnemonics and Mental Systems 61
Tony Corinda Quick Calculations: Mental Arithmetic
Mnemonics and Mental Systems 63
Tony Corinda (1) Squaring method for quickly squaring numbers from twenty-five to hundred
Mnemonics and Mental Systems 63
Tony Corinda (2) Extraction of Square Roots
Mnemonics and Mental Systems 64
Tony Corinda (3) Cubing
Mnemonics and Mental Systems 64
Tony Corinda (4) Extraction of Cube Roots
Mnemonics and Mental Systems 65
Tony Corinda The Magic Square 5x5
Related to Mnemonics and Mental Systems 65
Tony Corinda The Knight's Tour
Mnemonics and Mental Systems 67
Tony Corinda Chess Trickery
Mnemonics and Mental Systems 68
Tony Corinda The Foolproof System of Chess playing against several players simultaneously and winning the majority of them
Related to Mnemonics and Mental Systems 68
Tony Corinda To Play Unlimited Games at Once other system for The Foolproof System of Chess, more people
Mnemonics and Mental Systems 69
Tony Corinda The Mate in One Problem chess problem
Mnemonics and Mental Systems 70
Tony Corinda A Day for any Date
Mnemonics and Mental Systems 71
Tony Corinda Summary of the Day for any Date System
Mnemonics and Mental Systems 72
Tony Corinda Performance of the "A Day for any Date" Effect
Mnemonics and Mental Systems 72
Tony Corinda (1) The Stacked Deck eight kings, simple card divination
Mnemonics and Mental Systems 73
Tony Corinda Some More Tricks Using the Eight Kings Stack (a) Blackjack (Pontoon), winning deal for two people
(b) behind back top card is reversed in the deck, card divined
(c) three cards in pocket one is selected, fishing
Variations Mnemonics and Mental Systems 75
Tony Corinda (2) Si Stebbins Stack
Mnemonics and Mental Systems 76
Tony Corinda (3) The Fourteen/Fifteen Set Up forcing number 14 or 15
Mnemonics and Mental Systems 76
Tony Corinda (4) The Odd an Even Set Up divided deck
Mnemonics and Mental Systems 76
Tony Corinda The Mnemonic Number Code based on the Gregor von Feinaigle memory system
Mnemonics and Mental Systems 77
Tony Corinda, Al Baker The Application of the Mnemonic Number Code (1) for mental arithmetic
(2) for coding at the phone (Al Baker)
(3) two person act, arithmetic
(4) Corinda's "Fourteenth Book Test", coding with medium
Related to Mnemonics and Mental Systems 78
Tony Corinda Take My Word chosen word from a list is divined by medium
Mnemonics and Mental Systems 79
Tony Corinda The Photographic Memory list of numbers
Mnemonics and Mental Systems 80
Tony Corinda Part One: Introduction on predictions
Predictions 85
Tony Corinda Part Two: Technique several techniques for predictions
Predictions 86
Tony Corinda (1) The Billet Pencil loading a billet in an envelope
Related toVariations Predictions 86
Tony Corinda (4) The Impromptu Billet Knife loading a billet in an envelope
Predictions 88
Tony Corinda, Patrick Page (5) The Pocket Index card indexes, construction
  • Standart Type
-The Q.5 Pocket Index (Patrick Page)
Related to Predictions 88
Tony Corinda Card Prediction prediction in envelope is put in wallet, two methods
Predictions 92
Tony Corinda, Patrick Page, Al Baker (6) The Billet Index Patrick Page's Q.5. Pocket Index for billets
Related to
  • "Construction of the Annemann Billet Index" in Annemann's "Practical Mental Magic" p. 79
Predictions 92
Jon Tremaine, Tony Corinda (7) The Cigarette Packet Pellet Index
Predictions 93
Tony Corinda (8) The Body Index in pockets
Predictions 95
Tony Corinda (9) The Swami Gimmick short, referring to Step One
Predictions 95
Tony Corinda (10) The Switch and the Force general comments, envelope, billet and cards
Predictions 95
Tony Corinda The Switch of a Pack of Cards bold
Predictions 97
Tony Corinda The Bare Hand Envelope Switch switching two visible envelopes, one for the other
Predictions 97
Tony Corinda (b) Force general comments, with props and different objects
Predictions 98
Tony Corinda (12) Trickery with Envelopes
Predictions 98
Tony Corinda (a) The Carbon Prediction Envelope
Related to Predictions 98
Tony Corinda (b) The Nest of Envelopes loading something in the middle envelope
Predictions 99
Tony Corinda (13) Stooges comments, trick where two spectator's select the same card
Predictions 99
Tony Corinda Summary of Technique predictions, comments and tips on presentation
Predictions 100
Tony Corinda (1) A Million to One blindfolded spectator pushes a pin through a map, closest city is predicted
Inspired by Predictions 101
Tony Corinda (2) Quadruplication one card is selected from a face up deck and signed, card is predicted with several ways, only odd back, written in an envelope and another odd card duplicate in performer's pocket. Routine includes the No-Gag (Maurice Fogel)
Predictions 103
Tony Corinda, Joseph Dunninger, Maurice Fogel (3) De Profundis a color, number and city are predicted in a clear box attached to a rope, held by spectator
Variations Predictions 105
Tony Corinda (4) The £75,000 Test prediction of numbers, carbon impression envelope
Predictions 107
Tony Corinda (5) Astrnomical add a number prediction, serial number of a bill
Predictions 109
Tony Corinda, Jon Tremaine (6) The Mentalist's Four Ace Trick four cards are selected and put into a glass each, in the glasses are odd backed cards as predictions, two times four Aces
Predictions 111
Tony Corinda (7) Novel Adaption of the "Card in Balloon" prediction of a number is inside a balloon
Predictions 113
Tony Corinda (8) Psy Function spectator writes card on blackboard which predicts the selection by another spectator
Predictions 114
Tony Corinda Part Four: Predictions for the Drawing Room introduction
(9) Step One (Swami): No. 4,5,6,7,12,22 and 24 are possible for the drawing room
Predictions 114
Tony Corinda (10) Mind Over Matter prediction pellet is put on any card, which is the same as prediction
Predictions 114
Tony Corinda (11) My Word! spectator writes three numbers for a page, line and position, word in book is predicted
Predictions 115
Tony Corinda (12) The Third Choice one of five cards is predicted, cards put in envelopes and eliminated until one remains
Related toVariationsAlso published here Predictions 116
Tony Corinda (13) The Lottery Routine lottery prediction three numbers are selected and predicted in an envelope, assistant
Predictions 117
Tony Corinda (14) The Prophesy card is selected and predicted in a letter
Variations Predictions 119
Tony Corinda (15) The Informative Joker prediction on joker
Predictions 120
Tony Corinda (16) Double-Impact Prediction card is named and a position, the position is written on an envelope and the card is inside
Predictions 120
Tony Corinda (17) The Matchbox Mystery amount of matches are removed, the reminder is predicted
Predictions 121
Tony Corinda (18) The Mystery of the Chest seven keys are numberer by spectators, one key opens the box, in the box is a prediction with the number given to the key that opens the box
Predictions 121
Tony Corinda (19) X - Marks the Spot prediction of one card, spectator marks one card on the face behind his back
Predictions 122
Tony Corinda (20) Nicely Suited verbal force
Predictions 122
Tony Corinda Introduction
Related to
  • Will Dexter's "Sealed Vision"
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 129
Tony Corinda (1) The Unfaked Mask
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 129
Tony Corinda (3) The Felt Mask - Faked
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 131
Tony Corinda (4) The Folded Silk Blindfold
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 131
Tony Corinda (5) The Bag Blindfold
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 132
Tony Corinda (6) The Sheet or Blanket Cover
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 133
Tony Corinda (7) The Bucket
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 134
Tony Corinda (8) Cotton, Wool, Dough, Coins, Plaster and Suchlike
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 134
Tony Corinda (9) Summary general comments
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 134
Tony Corinda (1) Downward Glimpse glimpsing with a blindfold
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 135
Tony Corinda (2) One Ahead System applied to blindfolds
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 136
Tony Corinda, Punx (3) The Magnetic Blindfold detecting metal objects, idea for sex detecter routine, seven keys to baldpate and playing cards
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 136
Tony Corinda (4) The Stacked Deck in conjunction with blindfolds
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 137
Tony Corinda (5) Marked Cards in conjunction with blindfolds, Ghost Deck
Related to Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 137
Tony Corinda (6) Annemann's One Way Deck on the faces, applied to routines with blindfolds
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 137
Tony Corinda (7) Mirrors
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 138
Tony Corinda (8) Reflectors and Shiners short routine, feeling cards with fingertips
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 138
Tony Corinda (9) Self-Working Effects
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 139
Tony Corinda (10) Prior Observation
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 139
Tony Corinda (11) Memory Systems
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 141
Tony Corinda (12) Patter and Movement During Performance general comments on patter, movement, theory
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 141
Tony Corinda Part Three Tricks: Introduction
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 143
Tony Corinda (1) Psychical Research versus Mentalism esp cards, with assistant
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 146
Tony Corinda (3) X-Ray Eyes location by "negative reasoning", finding one of seven playing cards
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 148
Tony Corinda (4) A Gem of Mental Magic blindfold and center tear
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 149
Tony Corinda (5) The Bartender's Nightmare! divination of a serial number, blindfolded
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 150
Tony Corinda (6) The Blindfold Drive and Location of Objects Hidden at a Distance
Related to
  • Corinda's Step Twelve, "Publicity Stunts"
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 150
Tony Corinda (7) Corinda's "Money Box" coins in box are removed, performer names amount and dates on the coins, electronic version
Related toVariations Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 150
Tony Corinda (8) Evidence bill in one of five envelopes is found by blindfolded performer
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 154
Tony Corinda (10) Blindfold "Noughts and Crosses" assistant plays tic-tac-toe blindfolded
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 155
Tony Corinda (11) The Blackboard Test
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 157
Tony Corinda (12) The Three Cards three cards put in a box and are divined, changing card box
Blindfolds & X-Ray Eyes 157
Tony Corinda Introduction on billets
Billets 165
Tony Corinda (1) A Few Simple Rules for Working with Billets
Billets 166
Tony Corinda (2) The Centre Tear (Corinda Variation) in depth instruction
Billets 166
Tony Corinda, Al Koran Centre Tear (One Hand Variation)
Related to Billets 171
Tony Corinda (4) Centre Tear (Corinda's "Backward" Variation) magician's joke
Billets 173
Tony Corinda (5) Centre Tear (Preparation of the Billet) (a) Folding
(b) Misdirection for the Circle
Billets 174
Tony Corinda (6) Centre Tear (Reading the Billet) when to glimpse
Billets 175
Tony Corinda (7) The Billet Switch (Bare Hand Method - Corinda) rolled up
Inspired by Billets 177
Tony Corinda (8) The Billet Switch (by lapping)
Billets 178
Tony Corinda (9) The Billet Switch (Magnetic Clip Method)
Billets 178
Tony Corinda (10) The Billet Switch (Corinda's Billet Pull) six methods to switch billets with a pull, pull on paper clip
Billets 178
Tony Corinda (14) Summary of Billet Switching theory and tips
Billets 184
Tony Corinda (15) Marking of Billets
Billets 185
Tony Corinda (16) Billet Stands
Billets 185
Tony Corinda (17) The Use of a Crystal Ball crystal ball as magnifying glass to read billets
Billets 186
Tony Corinda (18) References on Technique with Billets in Other Steps
Related to Billets 187
Tony Corinda Three Little Questions
Billets 189
Tony Corinda It's a Record music catalogue is torn, and a piece selected, prediction in form of a record
Billets 191
Tony Corinda Presenting the L & L Test presentation
Billets 192
Tony Corinda The Flames of Zor with flash paper and water
Billets 194
Tony Corinda, Maurice Fogel A Card and Billet Routine cards are noted on billets, cards on board, spectator selects a billet and throws a dart into the noted card
Billets 195
Tony Corinda Zarkamorta II - The Ceremony of Reincarnation page is torn from a magazine and a word selected by randomly sticking a pin in that page, the page is burnt and reappears back in the book, with a hole in the chosen word and burnt edges
Related toVariations Book Tests 201
Tony Corinda A Classic Swindle - Magazine Test several magazines, same cover
Book Tests 206
Tony Corinda Impromptu Book Test Simplified serial number of a bill will define page number, line and word
Book Tests 208
Tony Corinda A Lesson in Mentalism total of six dice leads to a card, value is used for page number, line and word
Book Tests 209
Tony Corinda Page Force same as David Hoy's
Related to Book Tests 205
Tony Corinda, Theodore Annemann The Crossword Puzzle page marked with big X, word in center memorized and page torn
Related to Book Tests 211
Tony Corinda Novel Revelation of a Selected Word page is set on fire, everything burns down except a circle with the selected word
Book Tests 212
Tony Corinda Tele-Directory Test with assistand
Book Tests 213
Tony Corinda, Robert Harbin Ultra-Modern Mentalism prediction of a word, with tape recorder and assistant
Related to Book Tests 215
Tony Corinda The Missing Link book on the table, bowl with billets, one is selected and is found to be a corner the missing corner of the book
Book Tests 219
Tony Corinda Summary of Book Tests general comments
Book Tests 220
Tony Corinda, Maurice Fogel An Interview with Fogel on Mentalism
Related to Book Tests 222
Tony Corinda (3) Electrical Two-Person Communicator Unit: CODE with torch
Related to Two Person Telepathy 252
Tony Corinda Improved Light Communicator based on the Thompson method
Related to Two Person Telepathy 252
Tony Corinda (10) Positional Codes
Related to Two Person Telepathy 260
Tony Corinda (1) The Lady is a Mindreader medium gets thought of card, date on a coin and date of birth
Two Person Telepathy 263
Tony Corinda Mediumistic Patter
Mediumistic Stunts 276
Tony Corinda Establishing "Atmosphere" in the Seance Room
Mediumistic Stunts 277
Tony Corinda The Stage Medium
Mediumistic Stunts 278
Tony Corinda (15) The Stage Spirit Cabinet different effects (instruments etc.) special rope
Mediumistic Stunts 286
Tony Corinda (22) The Dead Hand Writes dead hand in a box marks billet with the dead name
Mediumistic Stunts 293
Al Koran, Tony Corinda (28) The Ouija Board
Mediumistic Stunts 299
Tony Corinda Introduction to Mentalism with Cards general remarks and theory
Card Tricks 307
Tony Corinda Introduction general comments and theory for Q&A
Question and Answer (Readings) 339
Tony Corinda Part One: Dealing with Questions that Are Known
Question and Answer (Readings) 343
Tony Corinda How to Get Information methods from other steps
Question and Answer (Readings) 344
Tony Corinda (1) Alcohol or Chemicals
Question and Answer (Readings) 344
Tony Corinda (2) Light
Related to Question and Answer (Readings) 344
Tony Corinda (3) The Window Envelope
Question and Answer (Readings) 345
Tony Corinda, Eric Mason (4) The Clip Board several versions, Eric Mason's Dubbul
Question and Answer (Readings) 345
Tony Corinda (5) The Record Card gaining multiple information
Question and Answer (Readings) 346
Tony Corinda (6) The Stooge for instance for setting up a one ahead routine
Question and Answer (Readings) 346
Tony Corinda (7) Switching of Envelopes
Question and Answer (Readings) 347
Tony Corinda (8) Planting of Envelopes and Slips answering questions that are planted by performer and are not by an actual audience member
Question and Answer (Readings) 347
Tony Corinda, Maurice Fogel How to Convey Information coding question to reduce length
Question and Answer (Readings) 348
Tony Corinda General Means of Conveying Information Secretly (1) Hand Rollers, Faro Boxes, Slip-Boxes
(2) Pencilled Slate
(3) The Thumbnail
(4) Cigarette Holder
(5) Roller on Microphone
(6) Watchface
(7) Cuff
(8) On a Small Card
(9) Large Card or Blackboard
(10) Written on Glass
Question and Answer (Readings) 348
Tony Corinda Selection of Suitable Questions to Use
Question and Answer (Readings) 349
Tony Corinda Answering Questions Known questions of general and specific interest
Question and Answer (Readings) 350
Tony Corinda Answering Questions From Platform private reader vs. stage reader, how to answer questions with a public, funny answers
Question and Answer (Readings) 351
Tony Corinda Summary Private Reading
Platform Reading
Question and Answer (Readings) 355
Tony Corinda Table of Probabilities - Explanation what people are concerned about
Question and Answer (Readings) 355
Tony Corinda Part Two: Dealing with Questions Unknown
Question and Answer (Readings) 356
Tony Corinda Main Objectives when Cold Reading overview on cold reading
Question and Answer (Readings) 357
Tony Corinda Conclusion
Question and Answer (Readings) 359
Tony Corinda Visiting Card Gimmick numbers printed on business card, spectator thinks of one, that on was crossed by performer
Publicity Stunts 382
Tony Corinda Publicity Pencils branded pencils
Publicity Stunts 385
Tony Corinda Errata and Additions to the Full "Thirteen Steps to Mentalism"
Patter and Presentation 420
Tony Corinda The Third Choice one of five cards is predicted, cards put in envelopes and eliminated until one remains
Also published here ESP Handbook and Workshop Kit 9
Joseph M. White That's the One five ESP cards in envelopes held by five spectators, another spectator divines which one holds a certain symbol
Related to ESP Handbook and Workshop Kit 11
David Hoy Page Force two books, miscall
Related to The Bold and Subtle Miracles of Dr. Faust 22
Gene Nielsen Challenge Prediction subtleties for the Billet Pencil and locked-box
Inspired by The Compleat Magick — Volume I (Issue 28) 138
Dr. E. Raymond Carlyle Ashes to Ashes page torn out from book is burnt and found back in the book
Related toVariations The Compleat Magick — Volume I (Issue 54) 267
Tony Corinda The Powers Of Darkness Ring penetrates spectator's arm, while he has his eyes closed
Variations Pabular (Vol. 2 No. 4) 186
Al Mann The Frankenstein Affair several dead ants and a dead fly come back to life, ladybug recommandation
Related to Psycho-Mentisis 12
Eric Mason (reviewer) Mastergimmick No. 1 & 2 by Tony Corinda Pabular (Vol. 5 No. 5) 679
Philip T. Goldstein Designation prediction of geometric shape
Inspired by The Yellow Book of Mentalism 6
Thomas Alan Waters Unknown Power tape cassette with headline prediction on
Related to Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue New Thoughts For Old) 28
Philip T. Goldstein Precoinition box with different coins shown, chosen one is predicted
  • Gaffed Box Version (Corinda Money Box)
  • No Gaff Version (verbal ploy, spectators assume there are more coins)
Related toAlso published here Pabular (Vol. 6 No. 11) 944
Philip T. Goldstein Dowsing For Dollars three pennies and a half dollar in four envelopes, spectator finds the silver with dowsing device
Inspired byAlso published here The Violet Book of Mentalism 3
Bruce Bernstein A Bruce Bernstein Pendulum Routine spectator signs a business card and tears it up, the pieces are mixed with other torn pieces of business cards, he finds his parts with a pendulum, pieces put in envelope
Inspired by The Magic Pendulum 16
Thomas Alan Waters, Jack Avis The Occultear secretly tearing the center
  • Writing Materials
  • The Area of Writings
  • The Fold
  • The Tear
Related to Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue Scrypt) 171
Al Mann Misdirection ways to cover the writing of a nail writer
  • In a Book ( window cut)
  • The Bookshelf (window cu)
  • In the Glass (Corinda / Mason)
Related to Phanta-Graphs 5
Mike Caveney The Powers of Darkness Come Out of the Closet with coathangers, three phases
Inspired by Ideas 21
Mike Caveney More Powers with a rope
Inspired by Ideas 27
Eric Mason, Barrie Richardson Boon History
Related to A Boon for All Seasons 1
Richard Osterlind A Simple Divination Effect spectator reverses card behind back
Inspired by Breakthrough Card System 8
Thomas Alan Waters, Tony Corinda, Tom Sellers Dubbook x is marked somewhere in the book, then a page is torn and again a x drawn on it, two words are divined, one by telepathy and one by clairvoyance
Inspired by Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue Mindscript 1: The Book Test) 373
Thomas Alan Waters Cashseer box with rolls of bills, amount of bills is secretly removed and divined by performer, other variations:
  • Poison (with small liquid bottles)
  • Mr. Ree (murder mystery, clue)
  • Essencery Perception (with five vials of perfume)
  • ReMarkerable (color match)
Inspired by Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue Mynd) 553
Thomas Alan Waters Gypsee position of chosen tarot card is predicted
Inspired by Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue T.A.R.O.T.) 785
Gary Kurtz Code of Silence
Related toAlso published here Continuations and Departures 25
Ted Lesley The Box vibrating box, instant stooge
Inspired by Mind & Magic Magazine (Vol. 1 No. 3) 11
Barrie Richardson Powers of Darkness II marked coin turns over on spectator's palm without him noticing and with his eyes closed
Inspired by
  • "Powers of Darkness" (Tony Corinda, marketed ca. 1958)
Also published here
  • Magick, Jan. 1985
Theater of the Mind 74
Patrick Page The Pocket Card Index standard type and Q5 model, named cards are produced from pocket
Related to Magic Page by Page 94
Asi Wind Torn, Marked, Stabbed, Crumpled, Burned & Restored Page page is torn from a magazine and a word selected by randomly sticking a pin in that page, the page is burned and reappears crumpled back in the book, with a hole in the chosen word and burned edges, printed flash paper
Inspired by Repertoire 87
Helder Guimarães The Only Path "A Matter of Control"
spectator makes up cards in several stages and with help of message cards in envelopes, it's predicted
Inspired by Secret Language — Volume 1 372