13 entries in Sand / Miscellaneous
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
George Armstrong Geomancy of the Gods Q & A with one envelope and sand as a reading tool
Mar. 1943
The Phoenix (Issue 30)
Bob Somerfeld The Sands of Time sand of different colors, chosen one is divined
Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1951)
Leonard Austin Sands of Time three buckets are filled with sand, they change into costumes
Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1956)
Ali Bongo Symbols in the Sand sand in box, spectator draws a letter and shows it around, then letter is erased by shaking the box, medium divines letter
Inspired by
  • Ron Baillie's "The Finger of Fate" in Peter Warlock's "Pentagram" Vol. 5, No. 6, 1951.
1966 46
Francis J. Baker, Ron Baillie In the Sands cardboard box with sand, spectator writes ESP symbol in sand and shakes sand, assistant recreates sand drawing
Inspired by
  • idea in Pentagram from Ron Baille, ca. 20 years ago
May 1971 419
V. Robert Allen Geomancy! sand reading, box with word, word divined and reading
Magick (Issue 83)
Karrell Fox The Shifting Sands of the Sahara white sand on tablet used as presentational ploy to read answer from spectator's palm impression
1976 97
Sand Cannisters two cannisters of different sizes, sand is filled from small to large cannister and vanishes, repeated
1982 67
Karl Fulves Coin in Sand invisible coin moves in sand, then appears under glass visibly, posed as problem
1985 107
Frank Thompson Sand Ace Assembly only effect description, Aces in T-formation are covered with sand and travel together
Jan. 1996
Magic (Vol. 5 No. 5)
Rusty Cook Infamentalism six jars with different colored sand, one is secretly shaken and later divined by performer
1997 139
Masklyn ye Mage Geomancy tray with sand, smoke appears when wand is pulled through sand, a gold coin appears in sand
Also published here
  • The New Invocation, Dec. 1990
Oct. 2000
Genii (Vol. 63 No. 10)
Karl Fulves Alien Presence "Unexplained"
crop circles appear in a carpet or on sand on beach, also drawing information in sand box and deleting it again, posed as a problem
Related to 2009
Prolix (Issue 6)