40 entries in Mental Magic / Principles / Psychological Forces & Probability Forces
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Unknown L'Oiseau Mort, & Ressuscité an egg is chosen and the spectator asked if she rather has a mouse or a bird, she chooses a bird and inside the egg is a bird, the bird days and comes back to life, concepts of forcing of proximity and preference, two versions La Magie Blanche Dévoilée 32
Unknown To tell what Card you think on in the whole Pack. probability and rudimental form of fishing Breslaw's Last Legacy 63
Oswald Rae Forcing a Name of a Celebrity probability psychological force, and surefire force where names are written on piece of paper Sub Rosa 72
Oswald Rae Travelling Cigarettes several different brands of cigarette boxes, one is selected and a number is named, that amount of cigarettes travels in a sealed boxAlso published here
  • "Travelling Cigarettes" in "The Magic Wand"
Original Magic 10
Al Cohn Mental Marvels with general comments on mentalism, two numbers thought of and divined (psychological forces), last number or word always is right Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 3, No. 7) 171
Eugene Gloye Ultra-Psyc two versions, prediction of thought of words, probability force ideas The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 353) 240
Chan Canasta Oops 2: Strange distant cities Predict which city reader will think of from a list Book of Oopses 6
Chan Canasta Oops 5: Pieces of cards Picture of random cut-up cards, reader thinks of one, then it is predicted Book of Oopses 12
Chan Canasta Oops 7: Dear old pals List of five names, reader thinks of one name and is predicted Book of Oopses 16
Chan Canasta Oops 12: Crosses to touch twelve crosses in a rectangle, predict which one the reader will point to Book of Oopses 26
Chan Canasta Oops 8: Mystery of undamaged pips Reader chooses one of four cards with holes cut into them, then it is predicted Book of Oopses 18
Chan Canasta Oops 10: Making a sentence of nonsense Form a nonsensical sentence from short lists of words e.g. BOB HATES BLUE COW, is predicted Book of Oopses 22
Chan Canasta Oops 11: Pick a card of fortune Picture with random numbers and suits, spectator pick a number and a suit (e.g. 5 and Spade) and prediction is 5 of Spades Book of Oopses 24
Chan Canasta Oops 13: Think of a number Think of a number between 49 and 98, both digits even, not the same. Book of Oopses 28
Chan Canasta Oops 14: Put in a word or two Picture with random alphabets everywhere, reader tries to construct three 6 letter words from them, choose one word, prediction Book of Oopses 30
C. H. Barry Left? Right? which one of two questions the spectators thinks about is divined by direction of his gaze The Chronicles (Issue 22) 1276
Karl Fulves Behind Closed Doors No. 52, circle / triangle Self-Working Table Magic 63
Steve Beam Ping Pong Force ping pong ball is thrown to audience, way to arrive at a stooge, see p. 436 for additional ideas The Trapdoor - Volume One (Issue 7) 107
Christoph Borer Wem die Stunde schlägt two spectators can form a time on a cardboard clock, time is predicted on pocket watch Risque 10
Christoph Borer Imaginäre Würfel Force forcing a number with invisible dice Risque 21
Christoph Borer Geheime Wünsche rune stone prediction, one of thirteen Magie 14
Christoph Borer Die Force der Zuschauerin forcing a spectator Milagros 15
David Berglas Magician's Choice several spectator put objects on the table, two are selected and they match the predictions The Mind & Magic of David Berglas 79
Luke Jermay A Strange Garden spectator looks at leaf and patter of it seems to move, then circle inside triangle force Building Blocks 141
Luke Jermay Judgement Day - In Thoughts and Words... several ways to force an ESP symbol
- In Thoughts and in Words Force
- My Favourite Picture Force
- Blink Force
- The Heavy Arm Force
Building Blocks 150
Luke Jermay Touching On Hoy performer reveals thoughts of three spectators, when tapped on shoulder one has to think of a shape, one of a date and the third of a nameRelated to The Coral Fang 9
Christoph Borer 1. Einleitende Gedanken Aspekte der psychologischen Force 1
Christoph Borer 2. Was ist eine psychologische Force? Aspekte der psychologischen Force 1
Christoph Borer 3. Welche Effekte sind damit möglich? Aspekte der psychologischen Force 1
Christoph Borer Warum sollte ich diese Force einsetzen? Aspekte der psychologischen Force 1
Christoph Borer 5. Was für Prinzipien können angewendet werden? 1. Richtige Zuschauerwahl
2. Innere Überzeugung
3. Timing
4. Verbal
5. Blick
6. Weitere Sinne
7. Das dritte Auge
8. Körpersprache
9. Gefühl der Stimmigkeit
10. Massenkonformität
11. Aus dem vorhandenen (eingeschränkten) Wissen schöpfen
12. Zufall und Risiko
Aspekte der psychologischen Force 2
Christoph Borer 6. Wichtige Sätze zum Gelingen einer psychologischen Force Aspekte der psychologischen Force 7
Christoph Borer 9. Wie lerne ich die psychologische Force? Aspekte der psychologischen Force 10
Christoph Borer Die Tablett-Force forcing an object among many, with objects on several trays Aspekte der psychologischen Force 11
Christoph Borer 7. Verstärkung der Methode und der Prinzipien 7.1 Aufteilen in A und B Wahlgänge
7.2 Betonung vor und nach der Wahl verändern
7.3 Ein klares, einfaches Out haben
7.4 Mehrere Versuche zulassen
7.5 Durch die eine Handlung wird die andere stark beeinflusst
7.6 Durch Zusatzinformation mehrere Chancen erhalten
Aspekte der psychologischen Force 7
Christoph Borer 8. Verknüpfung mit anderen Techniken 8.1 Fingerfertigkeit
8.2 Mit One ahead
8.3 Mit Elektronik / Funktechnik
8.4 Mit Trickkarten
8.5 Heimliches Wissen
Aspekte der psychologischen Force 9
Christoph Borer Heinrich Favrod three billet prediction, with different colored pens, story presentation Aspekte der psychologischen Force 15
Christoph Borer Psychologische Force magician's choice handling 21 27
Christoph Borer Picture Force one of seven photographs 21 202
Christoph Borer Die Vor-Force pre-forcing objects, as an additional luck factor before the forcing process starts 21 257