17 entries in Cards / Effect Themes / Super-Senses / Eyes
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
U. F. Grant The Vanishing Mirror Aces are found without looking at faces, apparently with mirror that vanishes, one-way backs
1937 152
X-Ray Eyes performer know position of chosen card, short key card
1937 310
Eddie Joseph Third Test cards are named
1938 14
Eddie Joseph Fourth Test 52 cards are behind a glass, performer points to the named cards
1938 14
Jos. Kellar Ghost Eyes cards and billets are put in a bag and read in the darkness
1945 30
King Stevenson Clipped x-ray eyes, seeing through cards and card on the face is divined
Feb. 1946
The Phoenix (Issue 101)
Justice Card Trick Card is found blindfolded
1948 211
Royal Vale Heath Retrospecs card is held behind performer, who divines it, mathematical, see also p. 841, glasses sight gag, Fibonacci sequence
Aug. 1950
The Phoenix (Issue 209)
John Scarne Calling the Cards No. 1, Shuffled deck spread face down on table, performer able to divine identity of freely selected cards with X-ray vision
Related to 1950 9
Tony Corinda (3) X-Ray Eyes location by "negative reasoning", finding one of seven playing cards
1958 148
Tony Corinda (12) The Three Cards three cards put in a box and are divined, changing card box
1958 157
Dr. William Weyeneth Die geheimnisvolle Lupeq queens placed inside envelope, performer knows which queen is where using a magnifier
Hokus Pokus (Vol. 19 No. 4)
U. F. Grant Zella Switch card under table is divined, x-ray vision presentation
Nov. 1960
The New Phoenix (Issue 351)
Philip T. Goldstein Psiangle one card is predicted, one identified by clairvoyance and the third by telepathy
1980 12
Simon Lovell The All Seeing Eye Spectator sit on card, magician looks into their mouth to "see" the card and divine it
Related to 1989 39
Karl Fulves Krypto card in shuffled deck above a card with marked back is named by performer via x-ray
1996 95
Juan Tamariz Sense of Touch - and Other Senses multi-phase routine, card identities are divined by touch, one phase spectator guesses red or black, with variations of other senses
  • I. Sense of Touch
  • II. ... And Other Senses
    • A. Eye-Scan
    • B. Fine Eyesight
    • C. Subtle Hearing
    • D. A Spectacular Routine
2004 204