Complete One Man Mental and Psychic Routine
Complete One Man Mental and Psychic Routine
1935
Work of Theodore Annemann
24 pages (Stapled), published by Max Holden
Language: English
(19 entries)
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Theodore Annemann Introduction 1
Theodore Annemann Requisits props and where to put them, for this particular routine 2
Theodore Annemann Billet Switching general thoughts, the folding of the paper and two switches 2
Theodore Annemann Magic vs. Mindreading two decks, spectator puts one in pocket, from the other he selects a card mentally, card is spelled in both decks and the last card is the thought of 5
Theodore Annemann The Telephone Drama name and telephone number are divined 7
Theodore Annemann The Dead Name Test connected to the foregoing routine, name of a dead person is divined
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Theodore Annemann The New Nile Divination a spectator thinks of a two digit number, random numbers are added, the sum match with the thought of number 10
Theodore Annemann Book Mentalism 12
Theodore Annemann Telepathy Plus written question and name are divined ends with a picture duplication see also "Trinkle" (Thomas Alan Waters, 1981) 13
Theodore Annemann Author's Note credit information for "Master Mind" 16
Theodore Annemann & Al Baker The Master Mind two decks, three cards are predicted 16
Theodore Annemann The Act longer routine of The Master Mind, several times cards are predicted on billets 17
Theodore Annemann Author's Note Again 19
Theodore Annemann The Mirror Reflector peeking a drawing on a slate while covering it with a handkerchief 20
Theodore Annemann & Charles Peet A Living and Dead Combination combination with The Dead Name Test, p. 8 20
Theodore Annemann The Sealed Envelope Dodge spectators seal their questions fairly on their seats 21
Ralph W. Read The Spirit Pencil pencil taps by itself 22
Theodore Annemann Advance Information getting information before a show about the guests 22
Theodore Annemann Pencil Reading method and two routines, divination of a calculation and spectator and performer always write the same number down see also "(2) Strange Coincidence" (Theodore Annemann, 1958) 23