transcendental book test\nusing mathematical addition force\nrichard himber\ntranscendental book test\nrichard himber
1945/27
tarbell course in magic - volume 4 Richard Himber

astral digit\nafter some easy arithmetics, spectator and performer have the same number written on a slate\njack yates
1954
minds in close-up Jack Yates

Astral Digit

after some easy arithmetics, spectator and performer have the same number written on a slate

the mysteries of nine\nnumber forces using the number nine (e.g. 1089), includes variation by t. o'connor sloane using money\n unknown\nt. o'connor sloane\n6801 prediction\nsteve beam
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Unknown, T. O'Connor Sloane

The Mysteries of Nine

Number forces using the number nine (e.g. 1089), includes variation by T. O'Connor Sloane using money

digital roots\nnumber force using digital roots\n unknown\npersistent root\n unknown\nguessing someone's age\n unknown\nan addition trick\n unknown\na multiplication trick\n unknown
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Unknown

guessing someone's age\nusing digital roots to estimate the age of someone\n unknown\ndigital roots\n unknown\njust a few wrinkles...\nstephen tucker
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Unknown

Guessing Someone's Age

Using digital roots to estimate the age of someone

oops 1: fifty years of history\nnumerical force to select a particular card on a grid of twenty cards, based on an important year to the spectator\nchan canasta
1966
book of oopses Chan Canasta

Oops 1: Fifty years of history

Numerical force to select a particular card on a grid of twenty cards, based on an important year to the spectator

oops 9: look out for a number\n1089 force, prediction is 6801 on the page, must flip upside down to reveal prediction\nchan canasta\n6801 prediction\nsteve beam
1966
book of oopses Chan Canasta

Oops 9: Look out for a number

1089 force, prediction is 6801 on the page, must flip upside down to reveal prediction

vision diabolique\nperformer is blindfolded, the reveals number written on a slate, name and drawing drawn on blank card\npaul siegel
1972
doorway to delusion Paul Siegel

Vision Diabolique

performer is blindfolded, the reveals number written on a slate, name and drawing drawn on blank card

number force\nlimited pool of numbers, spectator's hold up hands with outstretched fingers, two-digit number is created\npaul siegel
1972
doorway to delusion Paul Siegel

Number Force

limited pool of numbers, spectator's hold up hands with outstretched fingers, two-digit number is created

think of a number\nno. 9, spectator does calculation procedure and adds value of change in pocket, performer knows value of change\nsamuel taylor coleridge\nkarl fulves
1983
self-working number magic Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Karl Fulves

Think of a Number

No. 9, spectator does calculation procedure and adds value of change in pocket, performer knows value of change

transcendental book test\nno. 98, two page numbers selected and added, that number opened in third book and first word divined, using mathematical addition force\nrichard himber\ntranscendental book test\nrichard himber
1983
self-working number magic Richard Himber

Transcendental Book Test

No. 98, two page numbers selected and added, that number opened in third book and first word divined, using mathematical addition force

6801 prediction\ncomedy prediction with a twist, 1089 force\nsteve beam\nthe mysteries of nine\n unknown\nt. o'connor sloane\noops 9: look out for a number\nchan canasta\nthe trapdoor issue #13\nsteve beam
1986
the trapdoor - volume one Steve Beam

smart money\nno. 92, calculation with date on any coin with result in number nine, this book is a force-book with "of" as every ninth word at the start of each chapter\nkarl fulves
1989
self-working coin magic Karl Fulves

Smart Money

No. 92, calculation with date on any coin with result in number nine, this book is a force-book with "of" as every ninth word at the start of each chapter

digit tell us\n"thoughts on a classic number stunt"
three digit number, taken reversed and subtracted, fool-proof method\nkarl fulves
1995
the fine print Karl Fulves

Digit Tell Us

"Thoughts on a classic number stunt"
three digit number, taken reversed and subtracted, fool-proof method

highway robbery\nletters correspond to letters for fun number reveal\njohn mulholland\nkarl fulves\ndemonstration of "affinity of letters and figures" (linking ring, march 1933)\ninformant\nkarl fulves
1995
the fine print John Mulholland, Karl Fulves

Highway Robbery

letters correspond to letters for fun number reveal

Related to

Demonstration of "Affinity of Letters and Figures" (Linking Ring, March 1933)

principle of nine\nadding digits and subtracting from original number always is a multiple of nine
- the basic estimation principle
- the count-back force
- the less-counting principle\npeter duffie\nrobin robertson
2003
card conspiracy — vol. 2 Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson

Principle of Nine

adding digits and subtracting from original number always is a multiple of nine
- The basic estimation principle
- The Count-Back Force
- The Less-counting principle

a real pocket trick\ncomedy presentation for number force for five\nken de courcy\na number force in annemann's "202 method of forcing"
2008
prolix Ken De Courcy

A Real Pocket Trick

comedy presentation for number force for five

Inspired by

a number force in Annemann's "202 Method of Forcing"

numismatica\n"they've got your number"
after some calculation, one of five force numbers is the outcome\nkarl fulves\nnumismatrick\nrobin robertson
2008
xtra credit Karl Fulves

Numismatica

"they've got your number"
after some calculation, one of five force numbers is the outcome

cursed by an evil spell\nafter spelling on fingers a number is divined\nmarty kane\nthe one o'clock mystery\njim steinmeyer
2010
semi-automatic card tricks - volume 8 Marty Kane

a bird in the hand\naudience selects finger through counting procedure - middle finger\nsteve mayhew\nfive cards on the march\njim steinmeyer\nstewart james\nfinger flinger\nmarty kane\nsteve beam
2011
full frontal mayhew Steve Mayhew

A Bird in the Hand

audience selects finger through counting procedure - middle finger