1994
Written by Philip T. Goldstein
Work of Philip T. Goldstein
132 pages (Paperback), published by Hermetic Press
Illustrated with drawings
Language: English
39 entries
Cover photograph
Creators Title Comments & References Page AA Categories
Philip T. Goldstein Contimental any European country thought of and divined
Variations 3
Philip T. Goldstein Range-Rider Branching Anagrams applied to States in the USA
6
Philip T. Goldstein Travelogos two cities and a weekday divined or spelled to, postcards
8
Philip T. Goldstein Symbue color cards, thought of color & design spelled to, progressive speller principle
12
Philip T. Goldstein Twice in Half two cards removed from half deck and spelled down, card there predicted
Related to 15
Philip T. Goldstein Addition via Prediction
17
Philip T. Goldstein Half in Twice full-deck version
Inspired by 18
Philip T. Goldstein Roundelay one of seven cards with materials on them selected via elimination procedure
Variations 20
Philip T. Goldstein Elimination Count or Spell see also More Magic, credit information
20
Philip T. Goldstein Roundelay Variations fourteen different word lists and presentations
23
Philip T. Goldstein Pangmaster letter/word tiles used for a coincidence
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Philip T. Goldstein, Peter Duffie Flex alphabet cards are mixed and distributed, one person only can form a word which is predicted
Inspired by
  • "The Official Card Catcher" (Peter Duffie, Imagine)
Related to
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Philip T. Goldstein Cheap Flex four-spectator adaption
Inspired by 33
Philip T. Goldstein Ord-er cards chosen from alphabet deck, word formed and divined, see also "My World" (Arturo, Abra #751), "Ord" (Goldstein, Linking Ring)
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Philip T. Goldstein, Stewart James Shufflegram inspired by Stewart James "Webster Had A Word For It" (Linking Ring)
  • First Avenue
  • Second Avenue
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Philip T. Goldstein Unigram word built with alphabet cards divined
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Philip T. Goldstein Seak pack of alphabet cards and pack with words lists used for word divination
Also published here 46
Philip T. Goldstein Zodiagnostic word thought of from small zodiac booklet
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Philip T. Goldstein, Karl Fulves Yada pack with ten arrow cards
Inspired by 59
Philip T. Goldstein Duprediction arrangement of symbol cards predicted
Inspired by 62
Philip T. Goldstein Duplex alphabet cards
Inspired by 67
Philip T. Goldstein Dupacetic four cards of each suit
Inspired by 69
Philip T. Goldstein Duploma spectator removes Ace through Five in some order, performer matches the order
Inspired by 71
Philip T. Goldstein Calcium calculation oddity with nine digits, done with nine cards
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Philip T. Goldstein Verity Off chips with numbers and letters on them are used to predict numbers chosen from number deck, anagram
76
Philip T. Goldstein Boustrophedon two cards chosen behind back divined
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Philip T. Goldstein Nexus performer's and spectator's selection are in same position in two piles
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Philip T. Goldstein Annexus performer's and spectator's selection are in same position in two piles
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Philip T. Goldstein Sannexus performer's and spectator's selection are in same position in two piles
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Philip T. Goldstein Twoltra two cards chosen from face-up/face-down shuffled deck, predicted in second deck
90
Philip T. Goldstein Trisectarian two cards found, one by counting down value of other cards
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Philip T. Goldstein Van John
Inspired by
  • Tom Seller's "The Name Speller" (Immediate Magic)
Also published here
99
Philip T. Goldstein Sensus cards with words that address senses, inspired by Bill Miesel's "Sensibility" (Psycho-Gizmo #14)
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Philip T. Goldstein Consensus cards with words that address senses
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Philip T. Goldstein, Paul Curry Automix working method
Inspired by 113
Philip T. Goldstein Autonomix pairs are exchanged via chart but still paired
Inspired by 118
Philip T. Goldstein Chromagnon memory demonstration of red/black order
121
Philip T. Goldstein, Karl Fulves Menu Pause price of imaginary dinner predicted
Inspired byAlso published here 126
Philip T. Goldstein Erratum "The rest of the material in the book works. Honest!"
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Data entered by Denis Behr.