Richard Osterlind has been sifting through histories mysteries to breathe new life into some lost classics of mentalism and mind-reading. Acidus Novus by Millard Longman: THE underground mind-reading secret used by professionals, finally taught on video. Learn to read what’s…
Bored with levitating rubber bands? Fan of levitation? From the mind of Sanchit Batra; we are proud to present you Enchanted Band Imagine you take an ordinary band you levitate it half way
"A superb technique... every mentalist needs to know this" - Marc Paul "You reach a point in your studies when you have a method to achieve pretty much every conceivable effect.
In 1950s, David Berglas created the "Holy Grail" of card magic, known as "The Berglas Effect". The Berglas Effect: The performer shows a shuffled pack of cards, then a spectator is asked to think of ANY card in the deck.
The effect of moving cards in an envelope that the audience never guessed correctly. Redeem the cards in the envelope right in the spectator's hand. Imagine you take out three cards, put them in an envelope, and place them on the table.
This will blow your spectators minds! They'll never look at coffee the same again!" -Yousif Salhab, creator of Impression Card Prediction From Vincenzo Ravina (creator of Division) - comes a new take on the coffee to coins plot.
"The coronavirus has brought significant changes in our lives and we have had to adapt to those changes, inevitably we have reduced close contact with people and increased remote activities, work, school, friends and even magic.
"Experts at the Card Table" was a full day (seven hours) online convention hend on October 25th 2020, where we spent the day with some of the brightest lights in cards magic, who taught new routines,
A BBM EXCLUSIVE DOWNLOAD - An incredible download bundle from rising star & card ninja Jack Tighe that will teach you all about controlling one (or more) cards when shuffling on the table!
A miracle where you can cut directly to the aces without any preparation and without cull the cards before the performance. Not difficult to do, it is actually easy to perform.