64 entries in ESP Cards / Divination
  
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Edward Clinkscale, Franklin V. Taylor Extra Sensory Prestidigitation three phase ESP routine, matching with ESP signs drawn on pieces of paper, mind reading of one as climax The Phoenix 251 - 300 (Issue 262) 1047
Aage Darling Symbol Test spectator selects a ESP card and puts all five cards in envelopes, performer finds correct envelope and divines symbol I'll Read Your Mind 30
Jack Yates Designed to Order ESP cards are arranged and medium divines order Minds in Duplicate 16
Sydney Bergson Subliminal Perception spectator draws two symbols which performer divines, with large cards More Miracles in Mentalism 7
North Bigbee Double Divination drawn ESP symbol is divined and one out of five persons, the person who drew the symbol, blindfolded Still More Miracles in Mentalism 42
North Bigbee Duplico blindfolded performer duplicates drawn ESP symbol Still More Miracles in Mentalism 43
Dr. Stanley Jaks Dr. Jaks magische Kraft six ESP cards are secretly put in six envelopes, performer divines where the cards are by writing them on the envelopes with chalkRelated to Dr. Stanley-Jaks und seine Geheimnisse 92
Si Weigan ESP one ESP card is divined and one predicted in envelope The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 398) 421
Karl Fulves ESP + Math ESP cards are shuffled and distributed, performer knows who has a pair in his cards, see also p. 728 for comment, p. 840 for comment by Jerry FultonRelated toVariations The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 3, No. 4) 162
E. Leslie May Controlled Thot ESP card chosen, written on slate by spectator and performer and they match, see also p. 283 & p. 348 for referencesInspired by The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 4, No. 11) 281
Karl Fulves ESP + Math ESP cards are shuffled and distributed, performer knows who has a pair in his cardsRelated to Riffle Shuffle Set-Ups 8
James G. Thompson Jr. ESP + Math + Thompson ESP cards are shuffled and distributed, performer knows who has a pair in his cards
- Adding Another Factor
- Phase II
- Phase III
- Added Notes by Thompson
Inspired by Riffle Shuffle Set-Ups 92
E. Leslie May Asulikeit a set of ESP cards is used to reveal chosen symbol, TTTCBE, multiple out, see also p. 758 for comment by Marvin Johnson The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9, No. 4) 708
Basil Horwitz Clairvoyant Chicanery spectator divines envelope with ESP Card Pabular (Vol. 2, No. 5) 201
Olof Jonsson, Al Mann ESP shuffled ESP deck in envelope, cards are divined The Third Ecstasy 29
Olof Jonsson, Al Mann Over the Telephone shuffled ESP cards in envelope, order is divined over phone The Third Ecstasy 29
Nick Trost ESP Sixth-thot Divine thought-of ESP symbol Subtle Card Magic: Part Two 31
Allan Ackerman Hamman ESP Here's My Card 108
Thomas Alan Waters Vespers one of five ESP cards is put in spectators pocket and divined Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue New Thoughts For Old) 34
Karl Fulves Zenner Plus "Curiosities"
guessing ESP cards with better accuracy than normal
The Chronicles (Issue 16) 1219
Karl Fulves Reflections saliva on thumbnail for impromptu shinerInspired byRelated to The Chronicles (Issue 16) 1220
George B. Anderson ESP Cards ESP card is chosen and found with a pendulum, stack The Magic Pendulum 7
Stephen Minch Secret Chauvinists two spectators select an ESP card from a deck, performer divines both Mind Novas 16
Stephen Minch Either/Or two cards from ESP deck, spectators think of a number and count to card Mind Novas 20
Stephen Minch Espimation several spectators cut an ESP deck and remember the symbol, after shuffling the cards performer divines each symbol Mind Novas 43
Stephen Minch Pentapody performer finds all five duplicate ESP cards from face down spread, matching selection Mind Novas 27
Stephen Minch Rapid-Fire spectator cuts to an ESP card, after shuffling the deck performer removes all five duplicates Mind Novas 42
Stephen Minch Menephysics divination of one ESP card, impromptu Mene-Tekel stack Mind Novas 46
Karl Fulves Centering one riffle shuffle, five cards considered, center card named when seeing some of the othersRelated to Origins 55
Gene Grant Mirrored Thoughts ESP cards are shuffled and put in a holder, some cards are reversed, performer names reversed card and position Phantini's Incredible Mental Secrets Volume Two 58
Gene Grant The Audience Hits Back ESP cards sealed in envelopes and divined, majority of spectators guess always correctlyInspired by
  • Ned Rutledge's "Mass Miracle"
Phantini's Incredible Mental Secrets Volume Two 63
Gene Grant Interlocked Minds climax for blindfold routine, symbol is divined Phantini's Incredible Mental Secrets Volume Two 87
Basil Horwitz Challenge Publicity E.S.P. five ESP symbols are sealed in envelopes and the envelopes are numbered, spectator divines symbols by matching them to a second set of ESP cards on the table The Mental Magick of Basil Horwitz 14
Thomas Alan Waters Handbook five ESP cards are insert in a book, performer is blindfolded and five spectator select a card each and put them in the pocket, all cards are divined Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue Psychl) 496
Thomas Alan Waters Tricessive one behind triple prediction, ESP Symbol, vowels and one of five cards Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue Psychl) 483
Thomas Alan Waters Blockhead one ESP card is put between two plates the rest in an envelope, performer divines the card between the plate Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue Myxtyr) 652
Jack Yates Revelation ESP five spectators think of an ESP symbol, divination, cards repeatedly shown to spectator for afirmation Clue and other Mysteries 45
Philip T. Goldstein d. Telephone Bonsai order of four ESP cards is divined by medium over phone Doth 4
Doc Eason, Eric Mead Extra Starcle Perception ESP symbol divination mixed with Harlan's StarcleInspired by The Minotaur (Vol. 2, No. 4) 8
Philip T. Goldstein ESP Cards some cards selected via dealing and divined Thavant 17
Philip T. Goldstein Janushuffle double sided ESP cards, "polyhedronal approach to the Gilbreath Principle" Thavant 37
Philip T. Goldstein A Clash of Symbols three phase ESP routine with cards in envelopes which also have symbols, "three-sided approach to the Gilbreath Principle"Also published here Thavant 41
Basil Horwitz Spectator Turned Psychic spectator selects an ESP card, with help of the symbols on the case, a second spectator divines the card, the symbol was predicted as well The Mental Magick of Basil Horwitz - Volume 3 19
Basil Horwitz ESP Divination, Clairvoyance & Mind Control blindfolded, ESP signs are divined and layout predicted The Mental Magick of Basil Horwitz - Volume 3 25
Basil Horwitz ESP Challenge Mind Control blindfolded, three spectator select an ESP symbol and seal it up, performer hands correct envelope to each spectator, divines symbol and shows correct prediction The Mental Magick of Basil Horwitz - Volume 3 31
Nick Trost, Stewart Judah Metaphysics Performer divines two thought of ESP symbols by producing it from pocketed deck The Card Magic of Nick Trost 284
Nick Trost Sym-sational Divine three peeked symbols The Card Magic of Nick Trost 285
Nick Trost, Al Thatcher Symbol Discernment Detect ESP symbols by sense of touchInspired by
  • "Suit Discernment" (Paul J. Flory, The Linking Ring, Jan 1979)
The Card Magic of Nick Trost 290
Nick Trost Telespo Performer matches symbols, spectator fails, and then performer divines symbols from different room The Card Magic of Nick Trost 297
Basil Horwitz The Super ESP Body Language Test pseudo psychometry with writings and ESP card divination The Mental Magick of Basil Horwitz - Volume 4 66
Philip T. Goldstein A Clash of Symbols three phase ESP routine with cards in envelopes which also have symbols, "three-sided approach to the Gilbreath Principle", in english and frenchAlso published here Montreal Lecture Notes - Notes de Conférence 6
Philip T. Goldstein Centrifugal ESP 25 ESP cards, dealt hand is divinedRelated to Rocky Notes 6
Philip T. Goldstein A Clash of Symbols three phase ESP routine with cards in envelopes which also have symbols, "three-sided approach to the Gilbreath Principle"Also published here Baltimore Notes 7
Philip T. Goldstein A Clash of Symbols three phase ESP routine with cards in envelopes which also have symbols, "three-sided approach to the Gilbreath Principle"Also published here Northeast 6
Philip T. Goldstein A Clash of Symbols three phase ESP routine with cards in envelopes which also have symbols, "three-sided approach to the Gilbreath Principle"Also published here Missouri Notes 5
Philip T. Goldstein A Clash of Symbols three phase ESP routine with cards in envelopes which also have symbols, "three-sided approach to the Gilbreath Principle"Also published here OCMC Notes 5
Philip T. Goldstein A Clash of Symbols three phase ESP routine with cards in envelopes which also have symbols, "three-sided approach to the Gilbreath Principle" Texas Notes 6
Philip T. Goldstein A Clash of Symbols three phase ESP routine with cards in envelopes which also have symbols, "three-sided approach to the Gilbreath Principle"Also published here Mawny Notes 6
Philip T. Goldstein A Clash of Symbols three phase ESP routine with cards in envelopes which also have symbols, "three-sided approach to the Gilbreath Principle"Also published here Singapore Notes 7
Philip T. Goldstein A Clash of Symbols three phase ESP routine with cards in envelopes which also have symbols, "three-sided approach to the Gilbreath Principle"Also published here ... Land Notes 7
Philip T. Goldstein Centrifugal ESP 25 ESP cards, dealt hand is divined Notes You Covet 2
Philip T. Goldstein A Clash of Symbols three phase ESP routine with cards in envelopes which also have symbols, "three-sided approach to the Gilbreath Principle" MINDvention Notes 7
Dr. Stanley Jaks Mental Image five ESP cards are secretly put in six envelopes, performer divines where the cards are by writing them on the envelopes with chalkRelated toAlso published here
  • "Mental Image" in "Magick" #157
The Incredible Dr. Jaks 187
Max Maven A Clash of Symbols three phase ESP routine with cards in envelopes which also have symbols, "three-sided approach to the Gilbreath Principle"Also published here Session Notes 9