Mind, Myth & Magick
Mind, Myth & Magick
Work of Thomas Alan Waters
806 pages (Hardcover), published by Hermetic Press
Illustrated with drawings by Kelly Lyles
Language: English
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Thomas Alan Waters Introduction 1993 xvii
Thomas Alan Waters Introduction on uniqueness in presentation New Thoughts For Old 1979 3
Thomas Alan Waters Box Office box with amulets on a try, one is removed and under the tray but in the box is a prediction with the right choice see also Ed Mellon's "Quantimental" and Eric Lewis' "WhosGotWot" in "Crowning Miracles" p.202. New Thoughts For Old 1979 5
Thomas Alan Waters Tryptrych spectator puts an object in the left and one in the right pocket, one remains on the table and performer names the locations of the three objects, gimmick New Thoughts For Old 1979 9
Thomas Alan Waters On the Button three objects in different pockets, location is revealed, gimmick New Thoughts For Old 1979 12
Thomas Alan Waters Flipsight I with Himber Wallet New Thoughts For Old 1979 16
Thomas Alan Waters Flipsight II with I.D. Case model of Himber Wallet New Thoughts For Old 1979 18
Thomas Alan Waters Burning Questions questions are written on paper and put into envelopes, after the questions have been answered the envelopes are burnt in a bowl inspired by "Getting the Impression" (George B. Anderson, 1949) New Thoughts For Old 1979 20
Thomas Alan Waters Burning Questions II questions are written on paper and put into envelopes, after the questions have been answered the envelopes are burnt in a bowl inspired by "Getting the Impression" (George B. Anderson, 1949) New Thoughts For Old 1979 22
Thomas Alan Waters Clippoline Albert Spackman's "Clip Line" meets Clippo New Thoughts For Old 1979 25
Thomas Alan Waters Unknown Power tape cassette with headline prediction on see also Bob Tripp in Robert A. Nelson's "Sensational Mentalism" p. 68.,
"Ultra-Modern Mentalism" (Tony Corinda & Robert Harbin, 1959)
New Thoughts For Old 1979 28
Thomas Alan Waters Synchroincidence two decks, same card is selected, red/blue inspired by "Synchronism" (Robert Parrish, 1939),
see also "Contrasting Prediction" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1978),
varied by "Synchrowave" (Thomas Alan Waters, 1985)
New Thoughts For Old 1979 31
Thomas Alan Waters Vespers one of five ESP cards is put in spectators pocket and divined New Thoughts For Old 1979 34
Dai Vernon The Strip-out Addition with ESP cards New Thoughts For Old 1979 34
Thomas Alan Waters & Stanley Collins Framedown ideas on the Stanley Collins "Color Counting Frame" see also Louis Histed's "Arabian Prediction in "Abra" Vol. 37, Nr. 959, 1964,
Rupert Gilbert's "Precognition" in "The Gen", Vol.7, Nr. 1, 1951,
Stanley Collins' "Deceptive Conceptions in Magic" p. 63.,
"Precognition" (Rupert Gilbert, 1960)
New Thoughts For Old 1979 37
Thomas Alan Waters The Psychic Coercion of the Interrupted Schoolboy slate in envelope, first the name of a card appears then a number, flap, Mental Masterpiece gimmick, chalk band-writer see also "Annemann's Mental Masterpiece" (Theodore Annemann, 1935),
"Triple Coercion" (Theodore Annemann, 1936),
"Slate Psychics" (Robert Parrish, 1937),
"The Satchel" (Peter Warlock, 1939)
New Thoughts For Old 1979 41
Thomas Alan Waters Cross Reference New Thoughts For Old 1979 46
Thomas Alan Waters Introduction on three phase predictions Cerberus 1981 49
Thomas Alan Waters Tridex see also "Annemann's Mental Masterpiece" (Theodore Annemann, 1935) Cerberus 1981 53
Thomas Alan Waters Booka triple prediction, three words from the same book, gaffed Cerberus 1981 54
Thomas Alan Waters More on the Classic Triple Prediction Cerberus 1981 55
Thomas Alan Waters Triposte page from a side-bound spiral notebook is torn in three pieces, triple prediction Cerberus 1981 59
Thomas Alan Waters O.T.L. Omega with initialed index cards, out to lunch and flap, triple prediction inspired by "Open Minds" (Audley Walsh, 1940) Cerberus 1981 63
Thomas Alan Waters Cross Reference Cerberus 1981 68
Thomas Alan Waters Trionic three phases
- card is seen and reversed in the deck, card is revealed
- card is unseen and reversed in the deck, card is revealed
- prediction of a selected card
Trionic 1981 71
Philip T. Goldstein Diveswitch Trionic 1981 83
Thomas Alan Waters Cross-Reference Trionic 1981 86
Thomas Alan Waters Omnimancy essay on fortunetelling, Q&A, cold reading Omnimancy 1981 89
Thomas Alan Waters LeNormand's Legacy question is written on a blank tarot card, card lost in the deck and a reading is given see also T. A. Waters in "Genii" Vol. 28, No. 1, 1963 Omnimancy 1981 99
Thomas Alan Waters LeNormand's Legacy II question is written on a blank tarot card, card lost in the deck and a reading is given, different handling Omnimancy 1981 101
Thomas Alan Waters MuTarot Mutus Nomen with tarot cards, start for a reading with several people see also Stewart Judah in "The New Phoenix" No. 319, p.82,
"Nomen Omen" (Philip T. Goldstein & Thomas Alan Waters, 1982)
Omnimancy 1981 103
Thomas Alan Waters MuTwo ten spectators write initials and a word on half of a business card, Mutus Nomen, start for a reading Omnimancy 1981 106
Thomas Alan Waters IndexRay spectator writes word and initials on folded card, start for a reading Omnimancy 1981 108
Thomas Alan Waters Palmystic muscle reading technique, hidden as palmistry see also Al Baker's "The Finger Knows - and Tells" in Al Flosso's "Our Mysteries", p.9.,
William W. Larsen Sr.'s "The Dr. Q Simplicity Mindreading Act"
Omnimancy 1981 110
Thomas Alan Waters Coda on fortunetelling, cold reading and mentalism Omnimancy 1981 112
Thomas Alan Waters Suggested Reading general publications suggested for fortunetellers Omnimancy 1981 113
Thomas Alan Waters Cross-Reference Omnimancy 1981 114
Thomas Alan Waters Psychometry on psychometry and presenting mentalism Psychometry 1981 117
Thomas Alan Waters Presentation essay on presentation for psychometry
- Selling the Psychometry Effect
- Performance Situations - Good and Bad
- How Many Items?
- Single Object Readings
- Concealed Items (Unknown Objects, Known Objects)
- Blindfolds
- Locating the Participants
- The Psychometry Act
Psychometry 1981 121
Thomas Alan Waters General Technique - Object-Reading (Deduction & Observation)
- Object-Linking (Marking Systems)
Psychometry 1981 131
Thomas Alan Waters Eraser's Edge method to mark an envelope Psychometry 1981 137
Thomas Alan Waters Stampede method to mark an envelope Psychometry 1981 137
Thomas Alan Waters Post Facto method to mark an envelope Psychometry 1981 137
Thomas Alan Waters Cornered method to mark an envelope Psychometry 1981 137
Thomas Alan Waters Branded method to distinguish different envelopes Psychometry 1981 137
Thomas Alan Waters Printsiple objects are wrapped in pieces of newspaper Psychometry 1981 138
Thomas Alan Waters Seequence objects wrapped in paper and scotch tape Psychometry 1981 138
Thomas Alan Waters PsychomeTryst card is put in envelope as well, system to relate the envelopes to the owner Psychometry 1981 138
Thomas Alan Waters Bagatelle special bag to distinguish form, shape and object without opening it Psychometry 1981 140
Thomas Alan Waters Tray Chic objects are collected on a tray, performer is blindfolded Psychometry 1981 141
Thomas Alan Waters Quantum with business cards and the Quantimental stand Psychometry 1981 141
Thomas Alan Waters Subsidiary Technique - Locating the Participants
- The Last Two Items
- Clipboard Readings
- Combinations with other Effects
Psychometry 1981 143
Thomas Alan Waters Ringkle combining Psychometry and Ring Flight, other ideas what could happen with the objects Psychometry 1981 146
Thomas Alan Waters Miscellaneous Notes - With A Medium
- In The Dark (in a Seance)
- Trayce (method to see in the dark)
- GiveAway Collecting Box (by Edmund Rowland)
- Contact Mindreading)
Psychometry 1981 147
Thomas Alan Waters Afterword Psychometry 1981 149
Thomas Alan Waters Cross-Reference Psychometry 1981 150
Thomas Alan Waters Scrypt on Billet Technique and Maurice Fogel Scrypt 1981 153
Thomas Alan Waters Switches Scrypt 1981 157
Thomas Alan Waters Hand to Hand No. 1 with a paper clip Scrypt 1981 157
Thomas Alan Waters Hand to Hand No. 2 with a paper clip Scrypt 1981 158
Thomas Alan Waters Pad Switches billet switches with the aid of a pad
- The Takeaway
- The Tearaway
- The Flipaway
- Bill-ette
Scrypt 1981 158
Thomas Alan Waters Mechanical Switches - Padded (with Wax)
- Flipover Wallets
see also C. L. Boarde's "Mainly Mental: Vol. One" Scrypt 1981 160
Thomas Alan Waters Steals - Annemann's steal from a cup
- Jack Yates' steal from a cup with a paper clip and a magnet
- Annemann's steal from an envelope with a thumb tip
- other ideas by T. A. Waters
see also Jack Yates' "Do Not Touch" in "Abra" Vol. 26, No. 658; 1958; p. 119.,
"Annemann's Diablo Pellet Reading" (Theodore Annemann, 1935),
"Telepathy Plus" (Theodore Annemann, 1935)
Scrypt 1981 163
Thomas Alan Waters Center-Tear analysis and handling see also "Notaria" (Theodore Annemann, 1936),
"The New Baker Method" (Al Baker, 1949),
"Centear" (Bob Somerfeld, 1951),
"The Ultimate Center Tear" (Richard Osterlind, 1978),
"The Improvisitor" (Al Mann, 1978)
Scrypt 1981 166
Thomas Alan Waters & Jack Avis The Occultear secretly tearing the center
- Writing Materials
- The Area of Writings
- The Fold
- The Tear
see also "Centre Tear (One Hand Variation)" (Tony Corinda & Al Koran, 1959) Scrypt 1981 171
Thomas Alan Waters Routine No. 1 (Close-Up) q&a for one person Scrypt 1981 174
Thomas Alan Waters Routine No. 2 (Close-Up) handling variation see also C. L. Boarde's "Question and Answer, Variation C" in "Mainly Mental, Vol. One" p.78 Scrypt 1981 175
Thomas Alan Waters Variant Routine answer appears on slate, Double-Locking Addition Slate Scrypt 1981 176
Thomas Alan Waters Routine No. 3 (Stage) with a bulldog clip Scrypt 1981 177
Thomas Alan Waters Variant Routine (With Dobrin Slate) flap to hide center Scrypt 1981 178
Thomas Alan Waters Triton a red, white, and blue billet are in a bulldog clip, which select a category each, aspectator selects one of three categories and choses a word from that category, which he writes down, the word is predicted on one of the three billets inspired by Jack Avis' "Chronokinesis" in Peter Warlock's "Pentagram", Vol. 8, No. 4. P. 25. Scrypt 1981 178
Thomas Alan Waters Concluding Remarks Scrypt 1981 179
Thomas Alan Waters The Double Routine different routines, based on the same handling, on indexes and pocket writing Scrypt 1981 180
Thomas Alan Waters No. 1: Great Minds Still Think Alike spectator writes a number on a piece of paper, performer writes the same down Scrypt 1981 181
Thomas Alan Waters No. 2: On the Wired Thought random person phoned, name divined and the person names a year which is divined too, combination of two Annemann effects see also "On the Wire" (Theodore Annemann, 1936),
"Wired Thought" (Theodore Annemann, 1937)
Scrypt 1981 183
Thomas Alan Waters No. 3: The Prediction Reading for one person, stock answer index to basic questions Scrypt 1981 183
Thomas Alan Waters No. 4: Card Reading card prediction, with tarot or playing cards, in context of a reading Scrypt 1981 183
Thomas Alan Waters No. 5: Name Coincidence both write down the same name Scrypt 1981 184
Thomas Alan Waters Additional Notes variations and ideas on the switch, pocket writing and indexes Scrypt 1981 184
Thomas Alan Waters Geometear two objects are written on two pieces of paper, one is selected and the word divined see also patter idea by Ray Hyman's "Concepts Never Die" in "The Phoenix" No. 266,
"Concepts Never Die" (Ray Hyman, 1952)
Scrypt 1981 184
Thomas Alan Waters Trinkle birthday and zodiac are written on paper and divined inspired by "Telepathy Plus" (Theodore Annemann, 1935) Scrypt 1981 186
Thomas Alan Waters Afterword Scrypt 1981 189
Thomas Alan Waters Addendum on Maurice Fogel and mentalism Scrypt 1981 189
Thomas Alan Waters Cross-Reference Scrypt 1981 192
Thomas Alan Waters Deckalogue on playing cards in mentalism Deckalogue 1982 195
Thomas Alan Waters Clubble stopped at and thought of card are found inspired by "The Three of Clubs" (Ralph W. Hull & Unknown, 1938) Deckalogue 1982 197
Unknown Riffle Force brief Deckalogue 1982 197
Thomas Alan Waters Daisection thought of card is put in pocket, inspired by Vernon see also "Mental Card Miracle" (Dai Vernon, 1949) Deckalogue 1982 200
Thomas Alan Waters Talismanacle spectator selects a card, presentation with ring or amulet which is able to pick ab vibrations from the card
- Variation One: Memorized Deck
- Variation Two: Stripper Pack
- Variation Two-and-a-Half: Stripper Pack
- Variation Three: Stripper Pack
see also Ed Marlo (Ibidem #8, p. 11),
"Future Ghost" (Alan Brown*, 1970)
Deckalogue 1982 203
Thomas Alan Waters Decideal outcome is predicted inspired by "Cider!" (Paul Curry, 1974) Deckalogue 1982 206
Gene Grant & Nathan Stark Gene Grant - Nathan Stark Subtlety prediction can be read as eight of hearts or four of spades inspired by "Magick" No. 164. P. 817 Deckalogue 1982 207
Thomas Alan Waters Imposition assistant does not have to know the stack inspired by Spaulding's "Audience Rapport" in "The Linking Ring" Vol. 22, No. 7. P.21. Deckalogue 1982 209
Thomas Alan Waters Hoydle spectator remove their cards later from the deck Deckalogue 1982 212
Thomas Alan Waters Automaticard spectator turns a card over behind his back, a second spectator is blindfolded and by automatic writing on a slate divines the card Deckalogue 1982 214
Thomas Alan Waters Twinkey named card is shuffled face up in the deck, same card is reversed in second pack and the card above the reversed card is the same as well as in the shuffled pack Deckalogue 1982 216
Thomas Alan Waters Tetrance prediction in envelope in wallet Deckalogue 1982 218
Unknown 10-20 Force cut and then cross total of the amount Deckalogue 1982 218
Thomas Alan Waters Coincideck two decks, three cards from one deck are put face up at random places into other deck, next to the same cards Deckalogue 1982 220
Thomas Alan Waters Insight Straight performer takes one card out and puts a poker chip on it, then sixteen cards are laid out in a matrix and a spectator can put four chips on cards, those four cards added to the card put away earlier form a straight 10-Ace inspired by Larry Becker's "The Little Black Book" in "Mentalism for Magicians" Deckalogue 1982 222
Thomas Alan Waters Matrix Number Force with cards see also "Days of Force" (Mel Stover, 1945) Deckalogue 1982 223
Thomas Alan Waters Seller's Markcut prediction in index card is in a window envelope, spectator selects a card which comes in the envelope too, then the deck is shuffled and cut and the performer names a card, he puts the envelope somewhere in the deck, under it is the named card and the prediction inside matches the card chosen earlier Deckalogue 1982 226
Thomas Alan Waters Envelope Card Switch Deckalogue 1982 227
Tom Sellers Adding Card with Envelope Deckalogue 1982 229
Thomas Alan Waters & Bill Murata Waikikut spectator cuts third on table, next third face up on it and the rest on top, spectator decides which cards performer has to divine, face up card or two face down cards, Bill Murata's Waikiki Location Deckalogue 1982 231
Thomas Alan Waters Narrowzarrow simplifying the shuffle with narrow short cards Deckalogue 1982 232
Thomas Alan Waters Outstrip envelope, two-way out, holding card back by stripper principle Deckalogue 1982 232
Thomas Alan Waters Charliersatz two false cuts, with charlier cuts Deckalogue 1992 233
Thomas Alan Waters Afterword Deckalogue 1992 235
Thomas Alan Waters Cross-Reference Deckalogue 1982 236
Thomas Alan Waters Grymwyr on bizarre magick Grymwyr 1982 238
Thomas Alan Waters SOREcery blister appears on thought of finger Grymwyr 1982 245
Thomas Alan Waters Pinance doll drawn on paper is pinched by a needle performer divines where inspired by "The Malkin" (Robert Fairthorne, 1947),
see also "Simulacrum" (Hen Fetsch, 1951)
Grymwyr 1982 247
Thomas Alan Waters Billet Switch on Needle Grymwyr 1982 248
Thomas Alan Waters Elementeerie the four elements are written on a slate by spectator and the slate put in an envelope, three elements are chosen and found to be crossed out on the slate, clear flap Grymwyr 1982 251
Thomas Alan Waters Pastell past life presentation for a Swami Test, no method see also "My Own Swami Test" (Theodore Annemann, 1937) Grymwyr 1982 254
Thomas Alan Waters (P)ocean amulet in water bottle with names held behind, sinks and rests in front of the dead name Grymwyr 1982 257
Thomas Alan Waters Alexicon name of named dead person appears on card, four ABC cards, spelling "DEAD" inspired by Alex Elmsley's "What Card?" Grymwyr 1982 260
Alex Elmsley Elmsley Count Grymwyr 1982 261
Thomas Alan Waters Hallowgram name of dead celebrity appears on one of four ABC cards, one side of the cards spells "DEAD" the other "NAME" inspired by Alex Elmsley's "What Card?" Grymwyr 1982 263
Thomas Alan Waters Zodiaxis medium on the other end divines zodiac from spectator inspired by "Weird Wire" (Theodore Annemann, 1940),
see also "Zodiaccent" (Thomas Alan Waters, 1984)
Grymwyr 1982 265
Thomas Alan Waters Mailefactor postcard with picture of the performer is sent to spectator, when he receives the card, the picture is gone inspired by Tony Shiels' "The Man Who Was Not There" in "Magick", No.86. 1973 Grymwyr 1982 269
Thomas Alan Waters Amorte sitter in seance feels as getting a kiss inspired by "Spirit Kisses" (Loel Nelson, 1959) Grymwyr 1982 272
Thomas Alan Waters Pointalism a knife is stabbed in tarot book and one in a tarot deck, page describes card Grymwyr 1982 274
Unknown Knife Force see also "The Knife Method" (1937) Grymwyr 1982 275
Peter Warlock Knife Force with Book see also C. L. Boarde's "Ex-Spear-Ience" in "Mainly Mental: Vol. Two",
Peter Warlock in "Pentragram" 1946, P.2.
Grymwyr 1982 275
Thomas Alan Waters Tarotate a knife is stabbed in tarot book and suspended by two fingers of two spectators, tarot deck is dealt and on some point the book and knife turn, the deal is stopped and the card matches the tarot card described in the book Grymwyr 1982 277
Thomas Alan Waters Quintasense some tarot cards are selected via the matrix force, reading, written on paper matches the selected cards inspired by "Fortunes of a Wise Fool" (Stephen Minch, 1974),
see also Stephen Minch's "Book of Thoth" p.41.,
"Days of Force" (Mel Stover, 1945)
Grymwyr 1982 279
Thomas Alan Waters Chronomadic "impromptu" seance at staged party, picture transforms and guest vanishes Grymwyr 1982 282
Thomas Alan Waters Keystome book with lock Grymwyr 1982 287
Thomas Alan Waters Chromantic with different colored talismans, to find out what question sitter has Grymwyr 1982 287
Thomas Alan Waters Candelabra Quantimental stand with candles see also Eric Lewis' "Whosgotwot Plus One" in "The Crowning Miracles" p. 203 Grymwyr 1982 288
Thomas Alan Waters Shelfish book switch in shelf see also J. F. Orrin in "Magic Wand" No. 195. 1942. P.145. Grymwyr 1982 288
Thomas Alan Waters Backhand switching an object behind a cloth, fake third hand Grymwyr 1982 289
Thomas Alan Waters Pentally on stacking Tarot cards Grymwyr 1982 290
Thomas Alan Waters Demon Key demon appears in the dark, monkey Grymwyr 1982 290
Thomas Alan Waters Cross-References Grymwyr 1982 292
Thomas Alan Waters Octasm on mentalism Octasm 1982 292
Thomas Alan Waters Tapinage ten cassettes with different songs, selected one is predicted inspired by Joseph M. White's "Tape Transmission" in "Magic Sounds" No. 33 Octasm 1982 297
Thomas Alan Waters Adamsmyth blank cards with numbers on both sides, two spectator's think of one each, total is divined see also Sidney Lawrence's "It's In Your Pocket" in "Ten Self Working Card Tricks" Octasm 1982 300
Thomas Alan Waters Doublet two predictions, one in an envelope a less free prediction outside of it, here for cards inspired by "No Swami" (Jerry Sorensen, 1945) Octasm 1982 303
Thomas Alan Waters Optionail three spectator's count their change, name and amount of the one who has the most is predicted, other applications of the principle inspired by Sam Dalal's "Magical Musings" in "Swami" Vol. 3, No. 30. Octasm 1982 306
Thomas Alan Waters & Sam Dalal & James G. Thompson Jr. Indiair method for two-phase prediction, window envelope inspired by "Jet Thought" (James G. Thompson Jr., 1972) Octasm 1982 309
Thomas Alan Waters Blackard fair single card prediction, in glass in front of the blackboard Octasm 1982 311
Thomas Alan Waters Spyhole mask prediction / revelation, word on a card is chosen and prediction is another card with holes on it, when held on a text it reveals the chosen word varied by "Spywave" (Thomas Alan Waters, 1985) Octasm 1982 313
Thomas Alan Waters Indivasion envelope for two outs Octasm 1982 317
Thomas Alan Waters Outlander inspired by Gene Grant's "Phantini's Mental Key" p. 22. Octasm 1982 319
Thomas Alan Waters Choption cards with words, selection is predicted, Velleda principle Octasm 1982 321
Thomas Alan Waters Wheelie forcing a number with a roulette wheel Octasm 1982 324
Thomas Alan Waters Flipout prepared Himber Wallet for prediction and as a peek wallet Octasm 1982 327
Thomas Alan Waters Selectrick typewriter rings bell on command Octasm 1982 330
Thomas Alan Waters Revelleda spectator writes a word on a board with a Velleda pen, the word is then erased and divined by the performer Octasm 1982 332
Thomas Alan Waters Thinky seven glass vials in envelopes, spectator finds the one filled with ink inspired by Orville Meyer's "Think Ink" in "Magic in the Modern Manner" Octasm 1982 334
Thomas Alan Waters & Philip T. Goldstein Anagramarye selected word from a text is divined, with ABC cards inspired by Sam Schwartz' "Anagramatic" in "Linking Ring", Vol. 43, No.1. 1963 Octasm 1982 336
Thomas Alan Waters Keynow combination of Koran's "Gold Medallion" and "Flying Ring", message on key inspired by "The Flying Ring" (Al Koran, 1967),
"The Gold Medallion" (Al Koran, 1967)
Octasm 1982 342
Thomas Alan Waters Cross-Reference Octasm 1982 347
Thomas Alan Waters Mindscript 1: The Book Test Mindscript 1: The Book Test 1983 351
Thomas Alan Waters Riffle No. 1 Mindscript 1: The Book Test 1983 353
Thomas Alan Waters Riffle No. 2 (Impromptu) playing card is put in book by spectator, words are predicted Mindscript 1: The Book Test 1983 359
Thomas Alan Waters Riffledex selected word from a book is predicted in envelope, spectator can change his mind Mindscript 1: The Book Test 1983 362
Thomas Alan Waters & Richard Himber Peekquivalent spectator hold envelope with prediction, synonyms Mindscript 1: The Book Test 1983 367
Thomas Alan Waters & James G. Thompson Jr. Jato word from book is predicted in envelope inspired by "Jet Thought" (James G. Thompson Jr., 1972) Mindscript 1: The Book Test 1983 370
Thomas Alan Waters & Tony Corinda & Tom Sellers Dubbook x is marked somewhere in the book, then a page is torn and again a x drawn on it, two words are divined, one by telepathy and one by clairvoyance inspired by Tom Seller's "New Age Book Test" (1933),
"The Crossword Puzzle" (Tony Corinda & Theodore Annemann, 1959)
Mindscript 1: The Book Test 1983 373
Thomas Alan Waters Miscellanea book test ideas see also Ray Hyman in "Linking Ring", Vol.32, No. 4. p. 58, 1952,
"The Challenge Book Test" (Basil Horwitz, 1981)
Mindscript 1: The Book Test 1983 376
Thomas Alan Waters SideSidAl combination of Lorraine's and Baker's book tests see also Al Baker's "Dictionary Test" in Burling Hull's "Encyclopedic Dictionary of Mentalism" Vol. 2, p. 34.,
"Idea of 40,000 Words" (Sid Lorraine, 1941)
Mindscript 1: The Book Test 1983 376
Thomas Alan Waters Final Notes general notes on book tests Mindscript 1: The Book Test 1983 378
Thomas Alan Waters Cross-Reference Mindscript 1: The Book Test 1983 380
Thomas Alan Waters Mindscript 2: The Newspaper Test torn newspaper, prediction of words, general comments Mindscript 2: The Newspaper Test 1983 383
Thomas Alan Waters Duplicities prediction on slate, several methods to add duplicate force pieces and switching pieces Mindscript 2: The Newspaper Test 1983 385
Thomas Alan Waters & Edmund Rowland & Fred Lowe & Robert Harbin X-Positions page is torn in 16 parts and a piece selected, analysis , ideas on headline predictions see also Robert Harbin in "Abra" Vol.7, No. 181. P. 387.,
Fred Lowe in "New Pentagram" Vol. 4, No. 1. P.1.,
Edmund Rowland in Warlock's "Pentagram" Vol, 7. No.2. P. 11.
Mindscript 2: The Newspaper Test 1983 392
Thomas Alan Waters Mindscript 3: The Symbol Test Mindscript 3: The Symbol Test 1983 407
Thomas Alan Waters Parity two cards divined, symbol cards / picture cards Mindscript 3: The Symbol Test 1983 409
Thomas Alan Waters Grayven 32 design cards, divination, sound reading and gray code Mindscript 3: The Symbol Test 1983 413
Thomas Alan Waters Graydation cards with pictures and words are selected and divined Mindscript 3: The Symbol Test 1983 416
Thomas Alan Waters Grayce spectator selects one picture card, which is divined later Mindscript 3: The Symbol Test 1983 418
Thomas Alan Waters & Bob Hummer Grayze divination of a card, five cards on the table, covered with a handkerchief see also Bob Hummer's "The Magic Carpet" in Karl Fulves " Bob Hummer's Collected Secrets" p.25. Mindscript 3: The Symbol Test 1983 420
Thomas Alan Waters Trisonic design cards, three are divined inspired by "Animal, Vegetable and Mineral" (Alex Elmsley, 1994),
see also "Q&AVM" (Philip T. Goldstein & Alex Elmsley, 1984)
Mindscript 3: The Symbol Test 1983 424
Thomas Alan Waters Pairception symbol chart with 25 designs, designs are selected and divined Mindscript 3: The Symbol Test 1983 427
Thomas Alan Waters Chartruse divination, symbol chart is folded inspired by Tom Sellers' "Silent Thought Reading" in "The Gen" Vol.11, No.2. P.52. Mindscript 3: The Symbol Test 1983 430
Thomas Alan Waters On the Color-Counting Frame color forcing chart based on Stanley Collins and Ernest Noakes color-counting frame see also Rupert Gilbert's "Precognition" in "The Gen" Vol.7, No.1. 1951, p.10.,
"Precognition" (Rupert Gilbert, 1960)
Mindscript 3: The Symbol Test 1983 435
Thomas Alan Waters Cross-Reference Mindscript 3: The Symbol Test 1983 437
Thomas Alan Waters Hellaphone spectator choses a number on a telephone, name is divined, not real phone numbers, first published in "New Invocation" No. 31, 1986 Magazine Miscellanea 1993 441
Thomas Alan Waters Albertest prediction of a word is written and signed by performer and finally put in the book, first published in "New Invocation" No. 54, 1989 inspired by "Little Albert" (Karl Fulves, 1966) Magazine Miscellanea 1993 443
Thomas Alan Waters In2ition card is predicted then unknown question answered, first published in "Magick" No. 424, 1989 Magazine Miscellanea 1993 446
Unknown Cut Deeper Force Magazine Miscellanea 1993 446
Thomas Alan Waters Dell-Epathy spectator writes four-letter word on slate, performer divines it by reading definition from a dictionary, first published in "Magick" No. 321, 1983 Magazine Miscellanea 1993 448
Thomas Alan Waters Auroracle word is written on index card and divined, hight-tech version of Dell-Epathy, first published in "Magick" No. 472, 1992 Magazine Miscellanea 1993 450
Thomas Alan Waters Kystic named card has a kiss on the back, first published in "Magick" No. 411, 1988 Magazine Miscellanea 1993 452
Thomas Alan Waters No/No. named number is predicted in sealed envelope, with No gag, carbon envelope, first published in "Magick" No. 442, 1990 see also Gene Grant's "Vision of the Future" in "Phantini's Incredible Mental Secrets", 1960 Magazine Miscellanea 1993 454
Thomas Alan Waters Touché with card stand, first published in "Magick" No. 365, 1986 Magazine Miscellanea 1993 457
Thomas Alan Waters Signse astrological sign divination, first published in "New Invocation" No. 39, 1987 Magazine Miscellanea 1993 460
Thomas Alan Waters Ultratest 12 zodiac cards, card with the sign of the spectator is turned over and the back is colored matching a chart in which quarter of the month she is born, first published in "New Invocation" No. 47, 1988 Magazine Miscellanea 1993 463
Thomas Alan Waters Heartbreaker name prediction, cards with half hearts and half names are selected and a name is build, first published in "Genii" Vol. 54, No. 5, 1991 inspired by "Half and Half" (Stewart James, 1941) Magazine Miscellanea 1993 465
Thomas Alan Waters The Crimson Count prediction of a number between one and ten, numbers on cards predicted one is red, first published in Burt Sperber's "Miracles of My Friends" 1982 Magazine Miscellanea 1993 470
Corvello The Eleven Card Count multiple out count Magazine Miscellanea 1993 472
Thomas Alan Waters Cartomanic multiple spectator's think of a card from five shown, all are divined, first published in Burt Sperber's "Miracles of My Friends", 1982 inspired by "The Tossed Out Deck" (David Hoy, 1963) Magazine Miscellanea 1993 473
Thomas Alan Waters Countact prediction of a thought, index cards Magazine Miscellanea 1993 476
Thomas Alan Waters Psychl Psychl 1983 481
Thomas Alan Waters Tricessive one behind triple prediction, ESP Symbol, vowels and one of five cards Psychl 1983 483
Thomas Alan Waters Namewave Psychl 1983 487
Thomas Alan Waters Janussum two person write down a number, sum prediction on a slate (Rashomon Principle) Psychl 1983 489
Thomas Alan Waters Alpharoah word prediction with ABC cards, two variations Psychl 1983 491
Thomas Alan Waters Trancescript approach to Q&A Psychl 1983 493
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 Psychl 1983 496
Thomas Alan Waters Windecks card is selected and number written on it, in a second deck the card is found reversed and the number is written on it Psychl 1983 499
Thomas Alan Waters Hexchange inside pocket see also "Inside Pocket Switch" (Wesley James, 2004),
"Selected Sources for Deck Switches" (Roberto Giobbi, 2013)
Psychl 1983 501
Thomas Alan Waters 4ce with cards and boxes see also George P. Sanderson's "The Feminine Influence" in "Right Under Their Noses" Psychl 1983 504
Thomas Alan Waters Psychographitti four routines where writings or pictures appear on alphabet cards
- Cardworm
- Meow
- Velleda Baby
- Blast-Off
inspired by "Annemann's Psychic Writing" (Theodore Annemann, 1935) Psychl 1983 507
Thomas Alan Waters Symbo-Chart off beat revelation of a chosen ESP sign, 1089 force Psychl 1983 510
Thomas Alan Waters Quindary cards with words on it are selected and divined Psychl 1983 512
Thomas Alan Waters RoTarot tarot card is selected and divined Psychl 1983 513
Thomas Alan Waters Geminight tape recorder prediction of named star sign, several other versions:
- Headlines
- Foot(crystal)ball
- Poker Phase
Psychl 1983 515
Thomas Alan Waters Cross-Reference Psychl 1983 519
Thomas Alan Waters Cardiact on cards and mentalism Cardiact 1984 523
Thomas Alan Waters Pierception with box, thought of card Cardiact 1984 527
Thomas Alan Waters Attaploy cards put in breast pocket, with Jack Hughes' Attaboy Cardiact 1984 530
Thomas Alan Waters Hallmark shuffled deck, spectator thinks of a card she sees, card is divined Cardiact 1984 533
Thomas Alan Waters Disposition two decks in one box, thin cards Cardiact 1984 535
Thomas Alan Waters Cross-Reference Cardiact 1984 540
Thomas Alan Waters Mynd Mynd 1984 543
Thomas Alan Waters & Maurice Fogel Flamulet five envelopes hanging on a stand, attached with a bulldog clip, spectator finds amulet (coin) Mynd 1984 545
Thomas Alan Waters Clockout twelve cards with clocks on it with different times, prediction of selection Mynd 1984 549
Thomas Alan Waters Cashseer box with rolls of bills, amount of bills is secretly removed and divined by performer, other variations:
- Poison (with small liquid bottles)
- Mr. Ree (murder mystery, clue)
- Essencery Perception (with five vials of perfume)
- ReMarkerable (color match)
inspired by "(7) Corinda's "Money Box"" (Tony Corinda, 1958) Mynd 1984 553
Thomas Alan Waters Threesum triple prediction on selected playing cards, with Bingo chart (Stover's "irrisistible Force") inspired by Peter Warlock's "Caught Thoughts" in "Pentagram" Vol. 10, No. 6, 1956. P. 49.,
"The Irrisistible Force“ in New Phoenix #340,
"Days of Force" (Mel Stover, 1945)
Mynd 1984 557
Thomas Alan Waters Staballoon prediction in ballon handling, Jaks billet knife Mynd 1984 561
Thomas Alan Waters Wipeout before your eyes as a multiple out inspired by "Before your Eyes" (Norman Ashworth, 1937) Mynd 1984 562
Thomas Alan Waters Sellerbrity off-beat prediction, word from puzzle book is selected inspired by Tom Seller's "New Age Book Test" 1933 Mynd 1984 562
Thomas Alan Waters Cross-Reference Mynd 1984 564
Thomas Alan Waters Spyryt on being real, and audience perception and believe Spyryt 1984 567
Thomas Alan Waters Bellsamo self-ringing bell, divination of a tarot card Spyryt 1984 571
Thomas Alan Waters Palimptest subtlety for appearing message on a slate Spyryt 1984 576
Thomas Alan Waters Trayf tray to make a hand tapping, a skull clicking the teeth, a spirit buzzer, spirit bell, dancing shoe, an alarm clock spinning its hand Spyryt 1984 579
Thomas Alan Waters HCI tarot cards haunted deck in a handkerchief, two versions, glorpy, plate-lifter gimmick see also "Spooks" (Thomas Alan Waters, 1987) Spyryt 1984 584
Thomas Alan Waters Cross-Reference Spyryt 1984 587
Thomas Alan Waters Thynk on presenting mentalism Thynk 1984 591
Thomas Alan Waters Tri-Beaut sign, birthdate and selected tarot card are divined, with envelopes Thynk 1984 595
Thomas Alan Waters Zodiaccent medium on the other end divines zodiac from spectator see also "Phoney" (Alan Barnert, 1946),
"Zodiaxis" (Thomas Alan Waters, 1982)
Thynk 1984 600
Thomas Alan Waters Verball different colored balls are in a bag and drawn, remaining one is predicted Thynk 1984 602
Thomas Alan Waters & Sydney Bergson Glowsure spectator finds container with object, in the dark Thynk 1984 604
Thomas Alan Waters Glowsout mixture between Verball and Glowsure Thynk 1984 606
Thomas Alan Waters Speakay six people write something on a piece of paper, performer thinks of one and asks one person to stand forward, the word thought of matches the person see also "Graphology" (L. Vosburgh Lyons, 1940) Thynk 1984 607
Thomas Alan Waters Cardblanche off-beat prediction of a birthdate, on a blank card, brainwave Thynk 1984 609
Thomas Alan Waters Synsign two couples, according to their star signs, they select a king and a queen of the same suit each Thynk 1984 612
Thomas Alan Waters Courtship four women chose a queen each, four envelopes with four kings, husbands select the matching king see also Basil Horwitz's "No Chance At All!" in "New Pentagram" Vol.3, No.3, 1971. P. 22. Thynk 1984 614
Thomas Alan Waters Groupease five packets are cut, bottom card remembered shuffled and all five cards are divined inspired by Ed Marlo's "A Miracle With Cards" in "Ibidem" No. 8, 1956. P. 11,
see also "The Three-Card Location" (Steve Ehlers, 1994)
Thynk 1984 616
Thomas Alan Waters Twinner card is secretly written down, deck dealt and position of card predicted see also "Annemann's Mental Masterpiece" (Theodore Annemann, 1935) Thynk 1984 619
Thomas Alan Waters Twindow two decks, one is cut and card turned over, both deck are dealt until face up cards, same card on same position in other deck, position is predictet inspired by Eddie Joseph's "Staggered" Thynk 1984 621
Thomas Alan Waters Twinsome number is secretly written down, card is peeked at, deck dealt and both spectator shout at the same time stop Thynk 1984 623
Thomas Alan Waters Tranceplant hallucination theme, spectator writes word on a slate, word is selected from a book and it matches word on slate but spectator complains, that this is not the word he wrote down, both words are found on a prediction Thynk 1984 625
Thomas Alan Waters Chronologic two phased routine with pocket watch, first selected time is divined, then predicted inspired by "Time Will Tell" (George Blake, 1948) Thynk 1984 628
J. B. Bobo Bobo Switch with a pocket watch Thynk 1984 629
Thomas Alan Waters Chronogram Koran medallion with a pocket watch, initials on the watch Thynk 1984 632
Thomas Alan Waters Cross-Reference Thynk 1984 634
Thomas Alan Waters Myxtyr on the perception of being real as a mentalist Myxtyr 1985 637
Thomas Alan Waters & Gerard Croiset Chairvoyance prediction of a person, description of her and short reading, row and seat number, in envelope Myxtyr 1985 639
Thomas Alan Waters Trivese three card location Myxtyr 1985 643
Thomas Alan Waters Trivarication three people put three different objects under cups and exchange them, liar and truth-teller presentation inspired by "Mathematical 3-Card Monte" (Bob Hummer) Myxtyr 1985 645
Thomas Alan Waters Pentab multiple out prediction in envelope inspired by "Jet Thought" (James G. Thompson Jr., 1972) Myxtyr 1985 647
Thomas Alan Waters Longwave 10 cards, selected one is different to the other inspired by "The Red Card Prediction" (1959) Myxtyr 1985 649
Thomas Alan Waters Blockhead one ESP card is put between two plates the rest in an envelope, performer divines the card between the plate Myxtyr 1985 652
Thomas Alan Waters Standout spectator finds a card, which another spectator wrote down, faded deck varied by "Bluecue" (Thomas Alan Waters, 1985) Myxtyr 1985 654
Thomas Alan Waters Boxcards prediction of a ESP card, jumbo ESP cards with a box Myxtyr 1985 656
Thomas Alan Waters Qwhite question is written on a card and sealed in an envelope, answer given ans message appears on another blank card see also "The Ultra Slate Message" (Dr. Jacob Daley, 1936),
"An Improved Sealed-Message Reading" (1948)
Myxtyr 1985 660
Thomas Alan Waters Mutattle question written on a card is put inside two envelopes and is sealed, performer answers the question and when the envelopes are open, the question is gone and a spirit message is found on the card Myxtyr 1985 663
Thomas Alan Waters Backdate three-digit number is predicted, pined on performer's back varied by "Update" (Paul Vigil, 2014) Myxtyr 1985 665
Thomas Alan Waters Folderoll method for unfolding a paper, appears as writing was inside the folds Myxtyr 1985 669
Thomas Alan Waters Quinsation five signed card (after a psychometry act) are numbered by the performer, spectators name a number each and they match with their signed cards Myxtyr 1985 671
Thomas Alan Waters PAct structure for a seemingly impromptu show Myxtyr 1985 673
Thomas Alan Waters Cross-Reference Myxtyr 1985 676
Thomas Alan Waters Mystyx on credits, originality and copying Mystyx 1985 679
Thomas Alan Waters Tridonym three people write an alias on a piece of paper see also "Alias Divination" (Oscar Weigle, 1937),
"Graphology" (L. Vosburgh Lyons, 1940),
"Desire" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1976)
Mystyx 1985 683
Thomas Alan Waters Psidentify spectators chose a James Bond villain, divination who chose which one see also Martin Gardner's "Are You Psychic?" in "Ireland Year Book 1943" P- 13 Mystyx 1985 685
Thomas Alan Waters Circlet two cards, one with female and one with male symbol, prediction of two cards for a man and a woman, written on the fitting cards Mystyx 1985 688
Thomas Alan Waters Synchrowave two decks, same card is selected inspired by "Synchroincidence" (Thomas Alan Waters, 1979) Mystyx 1985 691
Thomas Alan Waters Spywave word and alphabet cards, word is selected and fitting letters reverse in alphabet deck inspired by "Spyhole" (Thomas Alan Waters, 1982) Mystyx 1985 694
Thomas Alan Waters Turnary three packets, three spectators select a card in different ways, packets contain deck of cards with selections reversed, different methods inspired by Peter Warlock's "Double Double" in "Pentagram" Vol. 13, No. 5. 1959- P. 35.,
see also "Annemann's Mental Masterpiece" (Theodore Annemann, 1935)
Mystyx 1985 696
Thomas Alan Waters Bluecue two spectators select the same card individually, difference to Standout, second spectator choses a card face down inspired by "Standout" (Thomas Alan Waters, 1985),
see also "Cagliostro's Spectacles" ( Shaman*, 1943)
Mystyx 1985 699
Edward Marlo Transposition of Two Rough-and-Smooth Cards Mystyx 1985 700
Thomas Alan Waters Carousell three card divination, with clocking version Mystyx 1985 701
Thomas Alan Waters Cut Force cards under table Mystyx 1985 702
Hugh Johnston Hugh Johnston Shuffle Mystyx 1985 702
Thomas Alan Waters Increditable two routines with credit cards
- Creditouch (by sense of touch, number of card is divined)
- Creditell (four credit cards put in envelopes and allocated correctly)
Mystyx 1985 707
Thomas Alan Waters Pentamoney spectator distribute envelopes and last one to blindfolded performer, only he has money with local currency Mystyx 1985 709
Thomas Alan Waters Pyrotica with three books see also "William's Hot Book" (Billy McComb, 1947) Mystyx 1985 711
Thomas Alan Waters Symbold divination of two thought of symbols, plastic clock dial with symbols Mystyx 1985 713
Thomas Alan Waters Cross-Reference Mystyx 1985 716
Thomas Alan Waters Fynys on wanting success and believability Fynys 1985 719
Thomas Alan Waters Sublimagery with Ishihara color plates, spectator sees a correct number where he cannot see one,first in "New Phoenix", No. 355, 1961 Fynys 1985 723
Thomas Alan Waters Glimpression page is torn from book and a word circled, word is divined inspired by "Date Man Duplication" (Hen Fetsch, 1951) Fynys 1985 725
Thomas Alan Waters Swindow presentation and method for a prediction sent to a member of the audience beforehand Fynys 1985 728
Thomas Alan Waters & E. Leslie May Cue-Bic two lists of words, medium erases same as spectator inspired by Leslie May's "Double-Deletion" in "Pentagram" Vol. 5, No. 12 1951. P. 91. Fynys 1985 730
Thomas Alan Waters Decivision ten questions in envelopes, blindfolded see also "The Modern Mindreader" (Wm. Hewitt, 1935) Fynys 1985 732
Thomas Alan Waters OManation on the OM Billet Switching Box inspired by "The Ghost of a Chance" (Otis Manning, 1941) Fynys 1985 735
Thomas Alan Waters Zodiaccount approach to a book test, two persons, opened page by adding numbers is a compatibility reading for spectator's two star signs Fynys 1985 737
Thomas Alan Waters Synwitch with Gypsy Witch Fortune Telling Cars inspired by Leslie May's "Its On the Cards" in "Pentagram" Vol. 11, No. 6 1957. P. 45. Fynys 1985 739
Thomas Alan Waters Pagency word is selected from a book and named to the performer, he names correct position in dictionary see also "Peek Deck" (Franklin V. Taylor, 1942),
"Out Of This Phone Book" (Paul Curry, 1945)
Fynys 1985 741
Thomas Alan Waters Cutout two cards see also by Ed Marlo's "A Miracle With Cards" in "Ibidem" No. 8, 1956. P. 11,
"Across the Void" (Paul Marcus, 1959)
Fynys 1985 743
Thomas Alan Waters Pholder prediction of a celebrity inspired by Bob Cassidy's "Presidential Portrait" in "Pseudo-Mentally Yours" P. 7. Fynys 1985 745
Thomas Alan Waters & Stanley Collins Kineslate gag divination, won turns into one on a slate Fynys 1985 748
Thomas Alan Waters Trinitial triple prediction, three envelopes where spectators initials are written on, carbon envelope Fynys 1985 751
Thomas Alan Waters Quintastic spectator cuts deck and places top cards in five different pockets, performer shows that he did the same beforehand, cards match Fynys 1985 753
Thomas Alan Waters Cross-Reference Fynys 1985 755
Thomas Alan Waters T.A.R.O.T. on tarot cards T.A.R.O.T. 1987 759
Thomas Alan Waters Reads T.A.R.O.T. 1987 761
Thomas Alan Waters Stuckup question written down on blank tarot card, answered, with handkerchief T.A.R.O.T. 1987 762
Thomas Alan Waters Coverup question written down on blank tarot card, answered, with handkerchief T.A.R.O.T. 1987 764
Thomas Alan Waters Encounter question written down in circle on blank tarot card, answered T.A.R.O.T. 1987 766
Thomas Alan Waters DemiJohnsson question written down on blank tarot card and put into envelope T.A.R.O.T. 1987 768
Rick Johnsson IBGTH Switch T.A.R.O.T. 1987 768
Thomas Alan Waters TaroTwo answering question and predicting tarot card T.A.R.O.T. 1987 771
Thomas Alan Waters Layout Concepts T.A.R.O.T. 1987 773
Thomas Alan Waters DoubleChek with normal cards and miniature cards, tarot layout T.A.R.O.T. 1987 774
Thomas Alan Waters DeaLull tarot layout T.A.R.O.T. 1987 775
Thomas Alan Waters Effecs T.A.R.O.T. 1987 777
Thomas Alan Waters Pyratarot thought of tarot card matches selected one and prediction inspired by "Four-sided Triangle" (Philip T. Goldstein, 1977) T.A.R.O.T. 1987 778
Thomas Alan Waters Astraspeculum spectator divines tarot card while looking in glass disc T.A.R.O.T. 1987 780
Thomas Alan Waters Stableau with tarot cards, two spectators stab two knives in deck, signed cards inspired by "Two Cards in Fear" (Dr. Jacob Daley, 1940) T.A.R.O.T. 1987 782
Thomas Alan Waters Staboo finding selected tarot card T.A.R.O.T. 1987 784
Thomas Alan Waters Gypsee position of chosen tarot card is predicted inspired by "(14) The Prophesy" (Tony Corinda, 1958) T.A.R.O.T. 1987 785
Thomas Alan Waters Trumpery variation of Gypsee T.A.R.O.T. 1987 787
Thomas Alan Waters & Dr. Stanley Jaks Trumpwave brainwave deck with tarot cards T.A.R.O.T. 1987 788
Thomas Alan Waters Spiritrump unseen tarot card put in envelope, divination with automatic writing inspired by "That's the Spirit" (Bob Somerfeld & Ted Messenger, 1951) T.A.R.O.T. 1987 790
Thomas Alan Waters Spooks two version on haunted deck with tarot cards
- Hauntkerchief
- Pullbox
see also "HCI" (Thomas Alan Waters, 1984) T.A.R.O.T. 1987 792
Thomas Alan Waters Stacks tarot stacks see also "Towering Prediction" (Stephen Minch, 1974) T.A.R.O.T. 1987 794
Thomas Alan Waters One-Way Decks tarot cards T.A.R.O.T. 1987 798
Thomas Alan Waters Marked Decks for tarot cards T.A.R.O.T. 1987 800
Thomas Alan Waters Bibliography books on tarot, magic and general T.A.R.O.T. 1987 801
Thomas Alan Waters Cross-Reference T.A.R.O.T. 1987 802
Thomas Alan Waters Afterword T.A.R.O.T. 1987 803