70 entries in Mental Magic / Principles / Stooge
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Reginald Scot Of publike confederacie, and whereof it consisteth on stooges The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XIV) 175
Reginald Scot Of private confederacie, and of Bandons pigeon on using stooges, for example for burnt and rediscovered cardRelated to The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XIII) 174
Unknown Juggling knacks by confederacie, and how to know whether one cast crosse or pile by the ringing heads or tails divined repeatedly, stooge with verbal code and psychology The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXX) 191
Hocus Pocus Junior Of Confederacy listing some effects with stooges, most of them can be found in "Discoverie of Witchcraft" by Reginald Scot The Art of Legerdemain Discovered 52
Henri Decremps Ancienne méthode de faire le Tour des trois Canifs. "Divers moyens de cacher un Compere, & de faire croire qu'on n'en a point, lors même qu'on emploie plusieurs." (title continued) more tricks by Pilferer, knife jumps from glass, long discussion about confederates and secret helpers, fake automatonsRelated to Supplément A La Magie Blanche Dévoillée 47
Unknown To Predict the Sum of Five Rows of Figures More Magic 241
Theodore Annemann A Rule of the Thumb book / magazine test SH-H-H--! It's A Secret 8
Theodore Annemann The Sealed Envelope Dodge spectators seal their questions fairly on their seats Complete One Man Mental and Psychic Routine 21
Laurie Ireland Ireland's Comedy Bullet Catching Trick huge lead bullet, spring gun Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1936) 4
Dr. Aaron Weiss Mathematics of Magic numbers are called and added, prediction The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 11) 43
Bruce Elliott Blackout Magic - Adam's Apple wrists of performer held by spectator's, apple travels from one hand to the otherRelated to The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 15) 61
Jean Hugard Magic with Confederates Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 3 No. 4) 147
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Projection six spectators write something on a blackboard, everything was predicted in an envelope Gems of Mental Magic 15
Jack Yeager Glorifying Your Magic 1. Califaction of Handkerchiefs (silks in dove pan merge together)
2. How to spell trust? (oddity on coin)
3. Key Card Placement (Charlier Pass)
4. 20th Century Silks idea
5. Zombie Idea (floating flower pot)
6. Comedy bits with a stooge
7. Miser's Dream Shower (with handkerchief)
8. Thumb Tip Idea (with scotch tape)
9. Thimble color change
10. The cotton bunny (cotton bunny to real one, dove pan)
Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1948) 12
Unknown The Whispering Queen Queen of Hearts whispers to you identity of person who was secretly chosen by audience when you left the room Tricks and Stunts With Playing Cards 15
George Schindler Lights Out lit cigarette goes outAlso published here The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 196) 785
John Hamilton Loaded prediction of a word in a book The Phoenix 201 — 250 (Issue 201) 804
Oscar Weigle Poison Trick chosen / poisoned glass is found, see also p. 849Related toVariations The Phoenix 201 - 250 (Issue 211) 845
Tony Corinda (13) Stooges comments, trick where two spectator's select the same card Predictions 99
Tony Corinda (4) Centre Tear (Corinda's "Backward" Variation) magician's joke Billets 173
Tony Corinda (7) The Third Man two telephone books, with medium Two Person Telepathy 268
Tony Corinda (6) The Stooge for instance for setting up a one ahead routine Question and Answer (Readings) 346
LaVerne Duvall Four Count Telepathy three spectators write different things on a paper and seal them in an envelope, while performer is not in the room, when he returns he divines the content and the spectators who wrote it More Miracles in Mentalism 13
Ralph Gironda, Karl Fulves Notes from Underground two billets/spectators, see p. 241 for further reference The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 3 No. 5) 167
Jack Kent Tillar 7621 prediction is sum of three chosen years The Compleat Magick - Volume 1 (Issue 3) 13
Charles Ostin The King's English spectator writes letter on slate, next spectator adds later and so on until word is formed, this is predicted in typed form, see p. 426 for comment by William Taylor
(spelled "Charles Osten", see p. 637 for correction)
Related to The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 6 No. 4) 397
Alex Redans Psychic Touch touched object is divined, also with which hand object was touched The Compleat Magick - Volume 1 (Issue 26) 129
Roy Miller Psy-Clops several drawings in envelopes, one is chosen and duplicated The Compleat Magick - Volume II (Issue 127) 633
Philip T. Goldstein Pre-Duck-Tion prediction of a freely named word in the mouth of a toy duck The Blue Book of Mentalism 12
Philip T. Goldstein The Tempermental Guest performer knows which object has been put in envelope The Blue Book of Mentalism 14
Philip T. Goldstein Parallax a shape, a letter and a number are correctly duplicatedAlso published here The Red Book of Mentalism 7
Philip T. Goldstein Combo performer divines a shape and a card The Green Book of Mentalism 7
Erwin Schussel Can Can! object hidden in one of five film canisters is located The Compleat Magick - Volume II (Issue 182) 908
Philip T. Goldstein Parallax! a shape, a letter and a number are correctly duplicatedAlso published here The Compleat Magick - Volume II (Issue 173) 861
Philip T. Goldstein Resolution 78 three new year's resolutions are predictedAlso published here The Compleat Magick - Volume II (Issue 193) 961
Kate Shiels Witch's Web prediction during an interview with several reporters, in envelope The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 216) 1077
Philip T. Goldstein Resolution three new year's resolutions are predictedAlso published here The Yellow Book of Mentalism 20
Karl Fulves Confederates chapter intro Self-Working Mental Magic 101
Karl Fulves The Faraday Cage No. 63, paper bag used to completely block ringing sound of phone, when removes the ringing continues Self-Working Mental Magic 106
Bruce Elliott, L. Vosburgh Lyons Finger, Finger No. 60, number of held-up fingers divined repeatedlyAlso published here Self-Working Mental Magic 101
Ted Karmilovich Time-ZAP handles of watch vanish The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 225) 1122
Karl Fulves Names in the News No. 62, two spectators chose picture in newspaper and person therein, both predicted Self-Working Mental Magic 104
George Schindler The Darkroom Séance No. 64, lit cigarette goes outAlso published here Self-Working Mental Magic 108
Marvin Miller Heads Up! all spectators throw coins, and are eliminated until one remains, coin and date is predicted The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 222) 1108
Terry Tyson Psi-Pix ending for pseudo psychometry, last object in envelope is divined The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 254) 1268
Dick Zimmerman Puzzle Wit spectator removes piece from a solved puzzle, performer finds the same piece in a pile of pieces from the same unsolved puzzle, performed on TV by Romark The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 254) 1267
Al Mann Pyro-Sorcery newspaper starts burning by willpower, eight methods The Shattered Chalice 1
Al Mann The Seat of the Mighty seeing through a wall and describing the other room Through a Wall, Mistily! 1
Meir Yedid Instant Assembly Rubik's cube mixed by three spectators, performer solves it by tossing it in the air, stooge The Magic of the Cube 31
Al Mann Fabulous Concepts on the principle of "Dy-No-Mite Prediction" by Donn Davison and how Dr. Stanley Jaks used itRelated to Mastermind Headline Predictions 16
Joseph Dunninger, Al Mann Methods of Gaining Information for Performer for the blindfold drive
A: The Impression Envelope
B: The Stuffed Pen
C: Stuffed Cigarette
D: Contact Mindreading
E: Impression Notebook
F: (publicity with VIPs)
G: A Confederate
H: Clip Boards, Etc.
I: Audience Participation (with changing bag)
Publicity Secrets 3
Steve Beam Ping Pong Force ping pong ball is thrown to audience, way to arrive at a stooge, see p. 436 for additional ideas The Trapdoor - Volume One (Issue 7) 107
Unknown Locked Thoughts No. 24, four spectators whisper numbers which are written down, their total is predicted or opens lock, stooge Self-Working Paper Magic 47
Unknown Matchmaker No. 38, three different-colored silks for performer and spectator, performer blindfolded, spectator lifts a silk and performer lifts one of same color, stooge Self-Working Handkerchief Magic 113
Al Koran Take One No. 75, three different coins on table, three spectators each take a coin, performer finds out who has which Self-Working Coin Magic 104
Bruce Elliott Adam's Apple No. 70, wrists of performer tied, apple travels from one hand to the otherRelated to Self-Working Rope Magic 147
Tony Bartolotta Number Con two numbers named, their total match previous prediction Rigmarole (Issue 9) 104
Karl Fulves Confederates chapter intro Easy Magic 85
Karl Fulves Numbers in Mind No. 60, hidden numbers revealed by performer, using a confederate Easy Magic 85
Karl Fulves Guilty Party No. 61, using a confederate Easy Magic 87
Karl Fulves A Mind for Money No. 62, chosen coin divined, using a confederate Easy Magic 88
Paul Harris The Nowhere Man giving the spectator the feeling that he is invisible, x-1 stooges The Art of Astonishment - Book 3 (Issue Conversations from the Edge) 319
Tony Bartolotta Test Results three spectators write their name on a cardboard with a color, mixed face-down, performer divinesInspired byRelated to Underworld (Issue 9) 117
Tony Bartolotta Third Sight seven random objects, one object touched, medium knows the object when list of object is called out Latter Day Secrets (Issue 1) 12
Ronnie Lee X-Ray Mind different ropes on board with hooks, performer holds rope and duplicates magically the condition of the selected ropes via color change, appearing knots, and so on Latter Day Secrets (Issue 3) 52
Wilson Reed Cell Block spectator chosen and some birthdays added, medium called on cell phone and it divines the spectator and the number Latter Day Secrets (Issue 6) 182
David Berglas Box over Regent Street passport vanishes and appears in box hung up in the streets, transmitted over the radio The Mind & Magic of David Berglas 132
Tony Bartolotta T-Bills three pennies and three different bills, three people take a penny and bill each and close their hands around it, performer then tell who has which and in which hand Latter Day Secrets (Issue 10) 415
Alain Nu Book of the Week How to stooge audience with specially printed books for book tests Word Work II 31
张多多 阿修罗 Magician correctly predicts the final word in a word association game (game is in Chinese) 暧昧 82