45 entries in Mental Magic / Principles / Secretly erasing Writing
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Basil Horwitz Velleda Variations one-ahead prediction with erasable pen
1978
The Talon (Issue 2)
10
Larry Becker "Anything Goes" erasable prediction, one of three colors, clever wording
Related to 1979 124
Larry Becker How to Broaden the Possibilities further thoughts on the two-way erasable prediction
Related to 1979 128
Larry Becker The Perfect Mental Utility Device - The Anything Goes Tic Board bingo presentation for the two-way erasable prediction, clipboard
1979 130
David Britland Velleda Variations chips with numbers in a bag, forcing a number, erasable ink
Inspired by Jan. 1979
The Talon (Issue 3)
25
Dennis Marks The 'X' Factor prediction of selected ESP symbol, five cards one bares symbol others are blank, erasable ink
1980
Magick (Issue 251)
1253
Dr. Dan J. Alessini Credit Check prediction in form of X on one of five credit cards, erasable ink
1980
Magick (Issue 255)
1273
Dr. Dan J. Alessini Mind's Eye prediction of a name, removable ink
1980
Magick (Issue 268)
1338
Stephen Tucker Velleda Variations sentence is erased, name of selection appears, erasable ink
Inspired by 1980
The Talon (Issue 6)
79
Bob Ostin 'Is There Anyone There?' ink forms into chosen ESP sign, signed card, uses Velleda pens
Also published here 1981
Babel (Issue 1)
14
Thomas Alan Waters Choption cards with words, selection is predicted, Velleda principle
1982
Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue Octasm)
321
Eric Mason, Barrie Richardson "Pen-Ultimate" x drawn on a business card and card shuffled with other cards, spectator locates the card
1982 42
Dr. Dan J. Alessini 1984 one of six chips is chosen, only one with an X on the back, dry erase marker
Sep. 1983
Magick (Issue 323)
1612
Thomas Alan Waters Clockout twelve cards with clocks on it with different times, prediction of selection
1984 549
William P. Miesel Bill Miesel's Utility Chart erasable marker on poster board, for predictions
1984 23
Philip T. Goldstein Eye-Cue based on Peter Warlock's “A Matter Of Design“ from “Methods Of Miracles“, erasable prediction
Jan. 1985
Pabular (Vol. 8 No. 9)
1276
Terri Rogers Debtor's Monte three cards with messages, prediction, erasable ink to change message, Velleda
Feb. 1986
The New Talon (Vol. 1 No. 1)
12
Terri Rogers Shadowline writing on card vanishes and appears on hand of performer, erasable ink, Velleda
1986
The New Talon (Vol. 1 No. 2)
38
Philip T. Goldstein c. The Bonsai Prediction II order of four ESP cards predicted, erasable marker for prediction
1987 4
Lee Noble Feint prediction of chosen word, word is apparently shown before, erasable pen, Dusheck's E.S.P. en
Oct. 1987
Magick (Issue 396)
1978
Richard Webster Pointing the Bone out of this world, using pictures of aborigine, dead or alive, erasable pen
Apr. 1991
Magick (Issue 454)
2269
Dr. Dan J. Alessini Stressed Out prediction of which body part from doll is removed, using a tear-apart stress doll
July 1991
Magick (Issue 458)
2290
Thomas Alan Waters Spyklic sum prediction, sum of added numbers can be multiplied by number using a die, 142857
Oct. 1991
Magick (Issue 462)
2310
Diabelli Pendeln one of five ESP cards is selected with pendulum, it is marked with an X on the back, boardmarker ink
1991 34
Steve Dusheck Very Dry one of ten numbered discs chosen, it is predicted, writing on back with dry erase marker
Also published here
  • marketed ca. 1982
1993 96
Jim Steinmeyer Two Dictionary Test
  • Conjuring
calculations to arrive at word, range force
Oct. 2002
Magic (Vol. 12 No. 2)
74
Joshua Jay Heightened Senses predicting a spectator's height with a measuring tape
Also published here 2005 40
Bob Ostin "Is There Anyone There?" ink forms into chosen ESP sign, signed card, uses Velleda pens
Also published here 2005 130
Bob Ostin Predict-A-Trip comedy prediction of chosen holiday destination
2005 153
Joshua Jay Heightened Senses predicting a spectator's height with a measuring tape
Also published here May 2006
Antinomy (Vol. 2 No. 2)
20
Patrick G. Redford Dry Memory Spectator forgets a word written on a dry erase board
2008 22
Carl Montada Leben und Tod spectator chooses one photograph via pendulum, it's the only living person depicted
2008 4
Christoph Borer Ads of this World out of this world with advertising brochures, one have a cross the other a check mark
Related to 2012 4
Christoph Borer Die Übereinstimmung two spectators select two objects with the same symbol on it
2012 8
Christoph Borer Schamanische Steine two stones are selected which have the same symbol on it
2012 8
Christoph Borer Herzen der Liebe couple selects two heart-stones, they have the same symbol on the back
2012 9
Patrick G. Redford Wipe-Out prediction matches card spectator stops dealing on, multiple outs using ambiguous prediction and wiping away ink, 1-0-1 stack
  • Variation 1: The Expanded Stack
  • Variation 2: No Dry Erase Impromptu Method (covering parts of prediction)
Inspired by
  • Name? (Patrick G. Redford, Free-Hand, 2004)
2014 79
Patrick Schlagel 1/4 Transpo quarters are initialed by performer and spectator, they transpose
June 2015
Genii (Vol. 78 No. 6)
40
Christoph Borer Die Reiseprospekte out of this world with travel brochures, one have a cross the other a check mark
Related to 2016 30
Christoph Borer Lea cards with tombstones, names written on them, selection was named before trick begun
2016 110
Christoph Borer Mirakel-Symbole prediction of a symbol, cards with symbols
2018 116
Christoph Borer Die echte Hexe five wooden pawns behind five candles, fire of candle in front of chosen pawn goes out, prediction on pawn
2018 120
Christoph Borer Glück mit Gift four bottles, one with poison
2018 159
Steve Skomp Side Pocket Swindle number of pocketed billiard balls predicted, from zero to nine
Inspired byAlso published here
  • MAGIC, Dec. 2008
2022 807
Jonathan Friedman Rubwriter
  • WWPD
prediction of any two-digit number on card case, digital number design, used to predict number of counted cards (Gilbert Raimond's lottery?)
Dec. 2023
Genii (Vol. 86 No. 12)
64