This search includes results that are not relevant to tricks or sleights (e.g. columns, reviews, articles, ...). Click here to hide these results.
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Theodore Annemann Pencil Reading method and two routines, divination of a calculation and spectator and performer always write the same number down
Related to 1935 23
Dai Vernon The Five Card Mental Force
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1937 30
Anonymous Holy Potatoes piercing a potato with a straw, seen and described by Paul LePaul
Related to 1955
The New Phoenix (Issue 324)
Dr. Stanley Jaks Dr. Jaks magische Kraft six ESP cards are secretly put in six envelopes, performer divines where the cards are by writing them on the envelopes with chalk
Related toVariations 1961 92
Al Koran Princess Card Trick...Plus deck shuffled after selections, deck switch
Related toVariations 1968 71
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Hell's Fire! five business cards with words on them, spectator divines them correclty
Inspired byVariations 1972
Magick (Issue 59)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott The Mimic Brain prediction of color, city, and number, on one card, spectator's card in envelope
Magick (Issue 65)
Al Koran Headline Countdown newspaper torn up and a piece selected, a word is chosen, it has been predicted, binary prediction
Related toVariations 1972 53
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Telep-a-Bill handkerchief switch
Magick (Issue 81)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Emotions using cards with the words "quick" and "dead"
Magick (Issue 91)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott PolaRay! ghost photography, selfie with polaroid camera
Magick (Issue 94)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Three-Card Epic! on three numbered cards, city, color and playing card
Variations 1974
Magick (Issue 95)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Set-Up! charter card to quickly stack Eight Kings
Magick (Issue 98)
David Berglas Ad Infinitum total of three three-digit numbers is predicted
Related toVariationsAlso published here Jan. 1975
Pabular (Vol. 1 No. 5)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Murder, He Said! cards with different people, prediction, murder theme
Magick (Issue 118)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott The Phantini Phenomena prediction of three named letters, inside stapled envelope
Magick (Issue 133)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Brain Shock billet reading, billet put in pocket, reversed
Related toVariations 1976
Magick (Issue 152)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Up, Up, and Away... lifting someone up who is sitting on a chair, four people with two fingers
Magick (Issue 152)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Mind Boggler with ten symbol cards, testing spectators abilities of precognition three times
Magick (Issue 152)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott 'Super' Mental Image five ESP cards are secretly put in six envelopes, performer divines where the cards are by drawing the symbols on the envelopes
Inspired byRelated toVariations 1976
Magick (Issue 157)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Handwriting - A Diagram of the Unconscious
  • No Short Cuts
  • What's It All About?
  • Analysis
  • Examine the Slant
  • Size of Writing
  • The Capital I
  • Ambition
  • Self Confidence
  • Imagination
  • Sex and Age
Related to 1976
Magick (Issue 157)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott More about Handwriting
  • Quick Indicators
  • The Signature
  • The Capital "I"
  • The Tell-Tale "T" Bars
  • The Small "I"
  • Three Zones
  • How to Use the Indicators
Related to 1976
Magick (Issue 159)
Burling Hull The Master Volta Method for Supper Club Readings with Hull Card, flipped inside out one-handed
Related to 1976 185
Charles "Cicardi" Scott PSI-Symbols princess card trick with 36 picture cards
Inspired by 1977
Magick (Issue 186)
Bobby Hughes Mental Image Outdone! presentation idea for Jaks's Mental Image, five ESP cards are secretly put in six envelopes, performer divines where the cards are by drawing the symbols on the envelopes, last on is predicted
Inspired by 1978
Magick (Issue 201)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Mind Snap variation of Koran's binary newspaper
Inspired by 1978
Magick (Issue 218)
Orville Wayne Meyer Brain Shock 2 using the Burling Hull reversible card, inside out fold
Inspired by 1979
Magick (Issue 225)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Mind Expander growing head illusion, hypno-disk on device to rotate it
Magick (Issue 240)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Secret Word divining secret Mantra from people who practice transcendental medicine
Magick (Issue 241)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Challenge of Chance design prediction, probability method
Related to
  • Phil Smith's "Real Deal" in "Mitox" p. 79.
Magick (Issue 244)
Valerie Nielsen, Bascom Jones, Charles "Cicardi" Scott, Sandy Spillman, Dr. Lawrence Weinstein, Adam Weishaupt, Jack Kent Tillar, Diana Zimmerman Wish I Thought of That
  • The Intimate Touch (Cicardi, idea for palmistry)
  • Signed, Sealed, and Delivered (Spillmamn / Weinstein, business card idea)
  • In a Crystal Darkly (Nielsen, idea for crystal balls)
  • Name Dropping (Weishaupt, idea for Tarot readings)
  • Color Coordination (Tillar, idea for Daub)
  • Big Can be Better (Zimmerman on bigger props)
Magick (Issue 263)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott The Mind has a Thousand Eyes
  • Why a Blindfold?
  • What Type to Use?
  • When and Where?
  • Improvised Blindfold
  • Tube Blindfold
  • The Supreme Blindfold
  • Phantini Blindfold
Magick (Issue 279)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Eyes of Isis cards with words, several are selected and divined by performer
Magick (Issue 289)
Robert Siepielski Coin-tra-Mental prediction of imaginary coin, country, year and which side up
Inspired by May 1983
Magick (Issue 319)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Liminal Perception Perception drawing last spectator, as climax to blindfolded Q&A
Nov. 1983
Magick (Issue 325)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott The Reluctant Psychic climax for Princess Card Trick, person is called to reveal last card
Feb. 1984
Magick (Issue 328)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott, Dai Vernon Cicar-Dai! Vernon's Mental Force done as a "Major Effect" for the entire audience, with jumbo cards
Inspired by Apr. 1985
Magick (Issue 350)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Polish Roulette Hummer's mathematical 3 card monte with three water toy guns
Nov. 1986
Magick (Issue 381)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott The Caliostro Crystal using crystal, center tear handling
Oct. 1987
Magick (Issue 397)
Ray Grismer What's Your Sign? divination of zodiac, branching anagram
  • How It's Done
  • Let's Practice
  • Before Performing
Related toVariations 1987 1
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Psychic Square people write numbers on billets and place them inside box, sixteen are selected and performer tells spectator where to write them down, Magic Square number matches number a spectator is thinking of, Otis Manning box
May 1988
Magick (Issue 405)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott, Mike Schwartz, Bob Syrup Mind Storm objects and words are noted before the show by spectators and placed inside envelopes, information is revealed during show and enveloped allocated correctly
Oct. 1988
Magick (Issue 411)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Psi-Grafico... The $60,000 Act one man Q&A act, with graphology sheets
Related toVariationsAlso published here Oct. 1988
Magick (Issue 412)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott 'T' Party graphology presentation for pseudo psychometry
May 1989
Magick (Issue 422)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Double Dead Filman principle
July 1989
Magick (Issue 425)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Just Testing using Grismer's "What's Your Sign" for pre-show work
Related to Aug. 1989
Magick (Issue 427)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Seven Times Hoy seven cards repeated
Jan. 1990
Magick (Issue 434)
Rudy T. Hunter Body Double doppelgänger presentation, zodiac sign and question are divined, using Grismer's What's Your Sign?
Related toVariations Jan. 1990
Magick (Issue 434)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott The Phoenix Concept carbon clipboard impression device
  • The Device
  • The Approach
  • Choosing a Spectator
  • Introducing the Clipboard (Ray Grismer's Whats Your Sign?, no details)
  • The Next Step (mathematical number divination, see Annemann reference)
  • And the Real Work
Related to Feb. 1990
Magick (Issue 435)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Total Recall same as Ad Infinitum
total of three three-digit numbers is predicted
Also published here Feb. 1991
Magick (Issue 452)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Eddie Fields' Dime-Store Mental Act
  • The Man
  • The Act
  • And the Demonstration
  • One Ahead
  • The Clincher
  • The Pitch
  • The Take
Nov. 1991
Magick (Issue 463)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Beyond Psi-Grafico one man Q&A act
  • Self-Interest
  • Psi-Grafico
  • Fantasies
  • The Method
  • Goals and Dreams
  • A Word of Caution
  • Graphology
Related to Dec. 1991
Magick (Issue 465)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Psi-Grafico... The $60,000 Act one man Q&A act, with graphology sheets
Also published here 1991 18
Lee Earle Remote Control Q&A with graphology
Inspired by Jan. 1992
Magick (Issue 466)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Insight psychometry with graphology presentation, on business cards
Mar. 1992
Magick (Issue 469)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Potato Power piercing a straw through raw potato
Related to July 1992
Magick (Issue 475)
Jim Magus, Charles "Cicardi" Scott Arcana: Sleeping Gypsy using Tarot cards, name of cards written on index card and correctly allocated by spectator
Inspired by Oct. 1992
Vibrations (Vol. 15 No. 4)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Card Trix secretly reading information on index cards, long-short-cards
Feb. 1993
Magick (Issue 485)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Card Sense playing cards written on index cards, allocating them correctly, graphology presentation
Aug. 1993
Magick (Issue 493)
Ford Kross Kross Roads on a credit issue between Lee Earle's Super Script and Ciccrdi's Psi-Graphico, Bob Cassidy's White Dwarf and Ned Rutledge's The Real Thing, James George
Related to Sep. 1993
Vibrations (Vol. 16 No. 3)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott (reviewer) Psi-Grafico by Ray Piatt Dec. 1993
Vibrations (Vol. 16 No. 6)
Charles "Cicardi" Scott Remembering Bascom on Bascom Jones
May 1994
Vibrations (Vol. 16 No. 11)
Paul Curry Probability Zero ten business cards are numbered from one to ten on one side and the cards shuffled and turned over, spectator selects cards and the numbers from one to ten are written on the other side, they match, first in "Sealed Miracles 1", 1944
Related toVariationsAlso published here 2001 139
Barrie Richardson The Simplex Mind-reading Routine spectators fill out cards where more information is requested as audience knows, handwriting analysis presentation
Inspired byAlso published here
  • Club 71, Easter 1999
2005 157
Dr. Stanley Jaks Mental Image five ESP cards are secretly put in six envelopes, performer divines where the cards are by writing them on the envelopes with chalk
Related toVariations 2014 187