by Ben Harris
The Perfect Magnet to drive Ben Harris' Enlightenment - The Ultimate Floating Card or any PK Effect.
Compared to other PK magnets, the Paradigm Shifter is quite moderate in it's strength. It is designed to be finger palmed for close use to the Enlightenment Engine. Some of the larger and stronger...
Shock them by making the face of a their card melt off, leaving the card COMPLETELY blank!
Gimmicked rugged Wallet & Special Printed Cards.
An elegant way to present your card
Your business card rises from a beautiful silver and black business card case.
Dimensions Approximately 3 5/8" x 2 5/16" (9.20cm x 5.87cm)
EFFECT: Two playing cards are shown front and back, then one levitates above the other! The levitated card can be spun, and the lower card can be raised and waved beneath the floating card. At the finish, the cards are again shown front and back.
The performer shows two printed ribbon spreads of cards, a long one and a short one. A spectator selects either spread (for example, the short one). One or more people mentally choose cards from that spread. Free choice. Without asking a single question, the performer makes the selections travel to the long spread!...
"This deluxe set collects Die Cipher II, the ESP Die, both are constructed of stainless steel, and the Shadow Principle booklet in one convenient package.
Die Cipher II -
While your back is turned, a spectator examines a solid brass die, a round canister and its lid. He places the...
A Coin on Cord effect where an English Penny with Hole is threaded onto a velvet cord -- penetrates completely through! Coin can be examined and is repeated once again However there is a twist!... After coin in threaded through the English Penny has now changed to a gold wedding ring!
Comes complete with coin, chord, ring, and...
Hiro Sakai brings to you another great trick called "Armband Mystery". An amazing mysterious trick that shows a regular bicycle card being penetrated by a solid metal armband.
The armband and cards are both Examinable!
Great Effect for Magicians!
Includes Gimmick with instructional DVD.
Levitator is a wonderful gimmick that allows you to float, at any moment, many objects such as: compact disc, glasses, dishes, light bulbs, etc.
Imagine borrowing any CD and causing it to float between your hands. Just imagine walking to your favorite bar, pick up a glass, float it and return it to the table, and everything can...
ELIMINATION by Rachel Colombini A VERY CLEVER TRICK! The routine is based on an idea by Ken de Courcy. You introduce a cloth bag and four colored balls and you make a prediction. The four balls are in the bag and three spectators reach into the bag and remove a ball each (no force whatsoever). One ball remains and this you show. When your...
Display a regular one dollar bill. Instantly it changes into a jumbo bill.
Suppose you could take an egg (Which CAN be borrowed- though where the heck are you going to borrow an egg.) and a coin (which can be borrowed and more likely.) and have both of them marked by a spectator.
You then cause the coin to magically penetrate INSIDE the egg.
A small hole is chipped in the egg, big enough...
What Will They Say About You?
A bill is laid flat onto your palm. the bill begins to fold onto itself until it is a fraction of its original size. You rub the bill on your pant leg or sleeve and it visibly changes into a coin! It looks like real magic! Can be done with any bill or coin.
Two Quarter coins are placed in a transparent cup. Performer covers the cup with a coaster, and shakes it. When the coins are removed from the cup, they have changed to Dollar coins.
Comes with coaster, gimmick, and an illustrated instruction sheet that includes web links for additional performance and explanation video clips....
The magician explains to the audience that the Rubik's cube is a very difficult puzzle. After repeated attempts at solving it, the best the magician is able to come up with is a solid row of white squares.
Suddenly, the magician throws the cube into the air. When he catches it, he shows the audience that the Rubik's cube...