Book, Arch Triumphs - RacherbaumerJon Racherbaumer 1978This book is a study and tribute to the classic card plot, the Triumph, in which cards mixed face up and face down magically return to an ordered state. This effect (which has perhaps thousands of variations) is credited by the author to Dai Vernon and is examined in great detail in the more than a dozen different effects contained in this book.Available in limited number.
Paper Engine, TheThe engine this book discusses has fifty-two parts. Its gears and pistons are spades and clubs. It is lubricated with hearts and diamonds. It is fueled by skilled fingers and deft imagination. And when it is started it carries its passengers to fantastic lands. It has had countless operators during the six centuries of its existence. This book navigates the innovations and fine tunings of one of its newest exponents, Click here to learn more NOW!$25Out of stock
A single NeedleUnlike card tricks or coin tricks, the needle swallow is something that seems somehow.. real.
There’s a simplicity to this version of the needle swallowing that we think, surpasses all those that have come previously. One needle is swallowed, a volunteer holds a piece of thread, and essentially fishes it out. The story the audience is presented with is clear, and absolutely insane.
Capricornian Tales (Book, Hardbound)So, you like your magic strange, spooky and weird? You think David Blaine is strange? My friend, you aint seen nuthin yet. Meet Christian Chelman, the wierdest, spookiest magician ever. Sorcery, Tribal, Voodoo, Witchcraft...You name it and you'll learn to simulate it in this very unusual text.
Drawing Room Deceptions (Book, Hardbound)
Guy's book, Drawing Room Deceptions contains all of his best original card material, including routines from his lectures, videos and television performances, as well as a full description of his torn and restored card The Reformation. Although the material is of a variety of levels of difficulty, with some virtually self-working ideas, it does presume a certain amount of previous experience, so it is more suitable for amateur and professional magicians than those wishing to try magic for the first time.