25 entries in Mental Magic / Principles / Double Writing
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
James T. Deacy Just an Echo method to double write secretly on a prediction in envelope, confabulation
Related toAlso published here Feb. 1937
The Jinx (Issue 29)
185
James T. Deacy Just an Echo method to double write secretly on a prediction in envelope, confabulation
Also published here 1944 159
Robert Schwarz Stratagem mis-numbering prediction slips
1972
Magick (Issue 59)
292
Larry Becker Card Flash number is formed, card in the deck at the number predicted in envelope
1979 207
Al Mann The AME Double-Writer
1981 7
Al Mann An Impromptu Double-Writer
1981 8
Nathan Stark Menta-Match divination of word, spectator writes word on card and put it in envelope
Dec. 1988
Magick (Issue 415)
2075
Lee Earle Digit Master prediction on folded business card, three-digit number on post-it
Feb. 1991
Magick (Issue 451)
2253
Gary Kurtz The Ghostwriter
  • Basic Technique
Related to 1991 2
Gary Kurtz Symbolism "Application #1"
two geometric symbols are divined on cardboard pieces
1991 3
Gary Kurtz Additional Techniques
  • Spacing Letters and Numbers
  • Varying the Underwritten Print
1991 5
Gary Kurtz In the Business Card Holder "Application #2"
1991 6
Gary Kurtz Old Loves prediction using the previously described Business Card Holder application
1991 7
Gary Kurtz The Wallet Prediction - Lottery "Application #3"
1991 8
Gary Kurtz Add-A-Number sum predicted
1991 10
Gary Kurtz The Peanut Can "Application #4"
number of peanuts in jar predicted
Inspired by 1991 12
Gary Kurtz Addendum - Replacing the Underwriter Lead
1991 15
Ted Karmilovich Hidden Memories named date on back of photograph inside wallet
Feb. 1993
Magick (Issue 484)
2421
John Riggs A Mullica Wallet Routine prize prediction on receipt in wallet
1995 63
Andy Nyman Double Writing Subtlety
Also published here 1997 7
Stephen Minch, Max Maven Cognitive Dissonance two spectators name a card, deck spread, a business card is found in the center next to one of the cards, other card predicted on business card
Inspired by
  • "Apologia" (a plot by Max Maven shared in a 1980 letter)
2003 133
Andy Nyman Double Writing Subtlety
Also published here 2010 23
Alexander de Cova Addendum zu den Geistertafeln double-writing chalk into two colors
Also published here Nov. 2013 16
Colin McLeod By Association game of word association, last word is predicted on business card inside envelope
2014 12
Alexander de Cova Doppelschreiber-Kreide double-writing chalk into two colors
Also published here 2015 202