If you are a magician or psychic who wishes to impress his or her audience with feats of super-mid power, you should be able to do so anywhere, anytime, with a minimum of props.
Impromptu methods of metal bending by psychic power, using borrowed keys, nails or other objects are described.
Also included are carefully routined effects with gimmicked keys and silverware.
The author presents you with all the information needed to perform convincing feats of metal bending. Mark Walker has performed these feats for years, and now passes his experience on to you. In addition to the effects, he has included a few words of advice on showmanship and tips on avoiding possible problems.
Twenty-two routines, handlings and ideas. Mostly cards, with a few coin items, sure to astound any audience.
There are effects with Aces, new sandwich ideas, a new variation on Paul Harris' Floating Deck, plus Leaping Out of the Deck, A New Triumph Notion and Koin Steel, a new utility coin move. Almost 130 photographs detail every move, with a forward by Michael Ammar.
Ted Lesley, Europe's super mentalist and magician had combined the 'ridged card' principle with Norman Houghton's "Kismet" envelope to create a series of six exciting card effects. The routines come form a professional performer who understands what audiences want. The handlings are easy and each routine includes points on showmanship and presentation.
The author explains four methods of making ridged cards, touches briefly on their use, and then offers six sensational routines, including the variation on Houghton's "Kismet".
In addition, you'll receive the original Houghton "Kismet" effect, complete with sample envelope, at no additional cost.
This manual contains fresh ideas that let you do only 4 to 5 shows a week and make $3,000 or more! These are not junk ideas. Complete with samples and full instructions, from what the show should be and where to sell it. No fancy padding, no clever routines, no plans for rabbit boxes. Just a plan for success in the kiddies corner.