30 entries in Cards / Effect Themes / Divination & Mind Reading / Pseudo Psychometry
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Der Hellseher several spectators chose cards and seal them in envelopes, performer divines the cards inside, marked envelopes
Related to 1896 80
X Rays cards in envelopes are divined, two methods, envelopes marked visually or haptically
Related to 1897 144
Von drei Karten, welche drei verschiedene Personen gezogen haben, die zu nennen, welche eine jede gezogen hat three spectators do some calculation with their selections after which the performer know who has which card
Nov. 1902
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 8 No. 11)
174
An Envelope Mystery forced cards put in envelopes with punch marks, including "A Variation"
1935 14
Reschado Das verlorene As Ace of Diamonds vanishes and appear in spectator's pocket, Ace of Hearts shown as Diamonds
1950
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 11 No. 1)
7
William Larsen Larsen's Psychometry Presentation with astrological cards, where people have marked their zodiac
1951 20
William Larsen Lecture and Readings doing readings in the context of pseudo psychometry, examples with different objects
1951 21
Eugene Gloye Fitting the Pieces six cards are chosen and torn in half, each spectator keeps one half and the other is sealed in envelope, performer divines cards in envelope and locates owner of other half, last piece is burnt and card is found restored in envelope
1956
Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1956)
42
Dr. Stanley Jaks Eine wunderbare Übereinstimmung four cards in envelopes
Also published here 1961 149
Karl Fulves Covenant Ace, Two and Three are shuffled and distributed amongst three spectators, performer divines who has which card
VariationsAlso published here Mar. 1966 23
Tony "Doc" Shiels Seven Sinners spelling James Bond enemies on cards, then psychometry
May 1966 36
Milbourne Christopher Tuning In! people write down their favorite TV shows and performer allocates all correctly
Variations 1972
Magick (Issue 41)
201
Sid Lorraine Think Dot different marking system than Tuning In!
Inspired by 1972
Magick (Issue 47)
232
Gerald Kosky Travel Agent cards with names of cities, spectators chose and sign them, performer allocates them correctly
Also published here 1972
Magick (Issue 53)
261
Stephen Minch Psychometry Worldly Rampant Pseudo Psychometry with tarot cards
Related to 1974 40
Nathan Stark Vibrations five business cards from spectators in a bag, found and allocated correctly by performer
1976
Magick (Issue 169)
843
Jack Yates Jack's Line-Up up to thirteen spectators on stage, they select a card from a pile, pile shuffled, cards again given back to the right spectators
Variations 1979 6
Karl Fulves Covenant No. 61, Ace, Two and Three are shuffled and distributed amongst three spectators, performer divines who has which card
Also published here 1979 103
Karl Fulves, Charles T. Jordan The Up-Down System out-of-room four spectators seal cards in envelope, performer divines them in dark room, featuring stacking system
Inspired by 1983 7
Larry Becker Sneaky Two Sneak Thief applied to card routine, four cards are selected and only values written on four index cards, performer allocates numbers correctly to spectators and divines last card
Related to 1992 73
Larry Becker No-Brainer Q & A several cards with question about zodiac, favorite color etc., performer allocates them correctly and gives a brief reading
1995
Syzygy (Vol. 1 No. 10)
41
Andy Nyman Magicians Graphology three spectators make drawing on the back of business cards, performer looks at two and assigns them to the correct spectators, last drawing is divined
Inspired byAlso published here 1997 16
Richard Osterlind Paroptic Psychometry I blindfolded, performer identifies objects
1999 82
Richard Osterlind Paroptic Psychometry II blindfolded, performer identifies objects, different presentation
1999 85
Juan Tamariz, Louis Zingone Trimental three chosen cards are first divined, then produced from corresponding pockets
Inspired by 2000 906
Al Baker Deck and Envelopes stacked deck
2003 707
Burton S. Sperber Miracle From Your Pocket ten cards chosen, then collected and pocketed, performer assigns them to spectators in pairs
Inspired by 2010 88
Andy Nyman Magicians' Graphology three spectators make drawing on the back of business cards, performer looks at two and assigns them to the correct spectators, last drawing is divined
Inspired byAlso published here 2010 35
Dr. Stanley Jaks A Wonderful Correspondence four cards in envelopes
Also published here 2014 100
John Lovick Chic Thief pseudo psychometry with drawings
Inspired by 2016 83