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Frederick E. Jones Sealed Billet Reading 1911 Mind Reading Secrets and Sealed Billet Reading 20
Frederick E. Jones First Test in Reading Sealed Billets envelope is found by muscle reading, then content is revealed, electric torch 1911 Mind Reading Secrets and Sealed Billet Reading 20
Unknown Making Envelope Transparent alcohol, method with box and sponge in pocket 1911 Mind Reading Secrets and Sealed Billet Reading 22
Frederick E. Jones Third Test in Sealed Billet Reading question is folded and put in an envelope, which is sealed with wax and sewn, performer finds the hidden envelope and reveals the question 1911 Mind Reading Secrets and Sealed Billet Reading 24
Oswald Rae Clairvoyance (A Method of Answering Sealed Questions, etc., Specially Devised for Close Work with a Small Audience), envelopes on a tray, with medium 1928 Sub Rosa 82
Al Baker Al Baker's Billet Mystery three billets, envelopes, including the umbrella move see also "Your Thought" (Cyril Marriott, 1944),
"Handling Billets" (Malcolm Davison, 1960),
"The Umbrella Move" (1978)
1933 The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Section "Al Baker's Book") 92
Theodore Annemann The Master of the Message using a stooge 1935 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 4) 13
Theodore Annemann The Modernized Reading for single reading or getting one ahead varied by "The Essence of Thought" (Al Mann, 1982) 1935 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 9) 34
Theodore Annemann The Impression Moderne wax coating on envelope as impression device see also "Phantini's Miracle Gimmick" (Gene Grant, 1961) 1935 The Jinx 1-50 (Section "Summer Extra 1935") 43
James G. Thompson Jr. Penetrating Vision reading writing on paper card covered with handkerchief see also "Impromptu Vision" (James G. Thompson Jr., 1936) 1935 Mental Bargain Effects 12
James G. Thompson Jr. Impromptu Vision reading writing on paper card covered with handkerchief see also "Penetrating Vision" (James G. Thompson Jr., 1935) 1936 The Jinx 1-50 (Section "Winter Extra 1935/36") 83
Bert Reese Bert Reese Secrets Berthold Riess, billet reading information, soft paper 1936 The Jinx 1-50 (Section "Summer Extra 1936") 140
Audley Walsh Your Fortune, Miss! method to read billet with deck of cards as cover 1937 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 30) 196
Oscar Weigle Reading Method in Hat 1937 You'd be Surprised 12
Robert Parrish The Ultimate One Man Sealed Message Reading System 1. Collecting the Envelopes
2. Reading the Messages
3. Returning the Card and Envelope
4. Returning the Next to the Last Message
5. Reading the Last Message
1937 You'd be Surprised 22
Theodore Annemann Word, Number and Picture Divination medium divines word, number and duplicates a drawing see also "Thoughts Direct" (Jack Yates, 1956) 1937 "En Rapport" 13
Sid Lorraine The Sealed Message sealed and burned message is divined 1938 Greater Magic 889
Dr. Stanley Jaks Hat Pin billet switch with hat pin, then secret reading of information see also "Hat Pin Switch" (Robert Parrish, 1974) 1938 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 42) 285
Dr. Stanley Jaks Compact secret billet reading using powder case or compact 1938 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 42) 285
Robert Parrish The "Direct" Divination joke 1939 Do That Again! 17
Magnuson Devil Device gaffed box for questions, see also p. 570 1940 The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 89) 561
Henry Hardin Trance Vision flashlight in bag to put over head to read in the dark 1940 The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 97) 599
George Armstrong Geomancy of the Gods Q & A with one envelope and sand as a reading tool 1943 The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 30) 125
Joseph Dunninger Sealed Mystery sealed message reading system, razor thumb tip see also "Foreword" (Al Mann, 1977) 1943 The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 32) 133
Elray Glass-Ic sealed message reading technique 1943 The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 36) 148
Audley Walsh Your Fortune, Miss! method to switch and read billet with deck of cards as cover 1943 Full Deck of Impromptu Card Tricks 28
Cyril Marriott Your Thought three billets, reading billets in hat, secretly opening and closing , method, umbrella move see also "Al Baker's Billet Mystery" (Al Baker, 1933),
"The Umbrella Move" (1978)
1944 The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 68) 276
Fredric Kolb Envelope Switch and Peek 1945 Miracles in Mentalism and Psychic Experimentation 10
Dr. E. G. Ervin One Man Blackboard Test dead person is written on a billet and burnt, name is divined 1945 Miracles in Mentalism and Psychic Experimentation 28
Robert A. Nelson Wrinkles and Subtle Touches - named card in pocket
- do as i do, with mindreading presentation
- making envelopes see through
1945 Miracles in Mentalism and Psychic Experimentation 60
John Brown Cook & Arthur H. Buckley Tests in a Gold Fish Bowl fifteen spectators write a simple task on a paper, seal it in envelope and sign it, envelopes are selected and names read aloud, performer does the tasks 1947 Gems of Mental Magic 38
John Brown Cook & Arthur H. Buckley The Open Window divination of a city, written on paper and sealed in envelope 1947 Gems of Mental Magic 90
John Brown Cook & Arthur H. Buckley Written Messages several thoughts are divined, sealed in envelopes 1947 Gems of Mental Magic 92
John Brown Cook & Arthur H. Buckley Better Than Rabbits spectators initial billets, on which they wrote song and book titles, performer divines all 1947 Gems of Mental Magic 94
John Brown Cook & Arthur H. Buckley Holding the Bag thought written on a billet and sealed in envelope is divined 1947 Gems of Mental Magic 96
John Brown Cook & Arthur H. Buckley No Privacy in a Gold Fish Bowl multiple thought revelation, written on billets in fish bowl 1947 Gems of Mental Magic 101
Unknown An Improved Sealed-Message Reading one card, two envelopes 1948 The Fine Art of Magic 211
George G. Kaplan Mind-Figures using a convex mirror 1948 The Fine Art of Magic 214
Harold Braunhut Thoughts Afire secret reading method for text written on postcard put in envelope 1948 / 27 Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 5 166
Al Baker Pellet Reading with secret opening and reading method 1949 The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Section "Mental Magic") 316
Al Baker Secret Reading of Billets 1949 The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Section "Mental Magic") 326
George B. Anderson Getting the Impression questions are written on paper and put into envelopes, after the questions have been answered the envelopes are burnt in a bowl varied by "Burning Questions II" (Thomas Alan Waters, 1979),
"Burning Questions" (Thomas Alan Waters, 1979)
1949 It Must Be Mindreading 15
George B. Anderson Another Sealed Envelope - Which I Call "The Bonded Fifth" in envelopes see also "(2) Light" (Tony Corinda, 1959) 1949 It Must Be Mindreading 18
George B. Anderson The Pocket Mindreader - Solved: The used Razor Blade Problem cards in a box, method to see writing, shimmed cards 1949 It Must Be Mindreading 46
Harris Solomon Solomon's Minds in envelope, psychology of the divination 1950 The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 198) 790
Al Baker One-Man Billet Reading 1951 The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Section "Pet Secrets") 413
Milbourne Christopher One Out of 52 several cards are written down, one is selected, performer divines the card 1954 More One Man Mental Magic 10
Sid Lorraine Dictionary Message Reading using peek dictionary to read billets put into it 1954 / 27 Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 6 209
Harlan Tarbell "Wrapped Card" Message Reading visiting card is wrapped in paper with window 1954 / 27 Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 6 211
Robert Parrish Parrish Mentalism something written into matchbook 1954 / 27 Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 6 219
Gene Grant Message Reading without a Clue message sealed in pay envelope see also "Variation on Effects" (Gene Grant, 1955) 1955 Phantini's Lost Book of Mental Secrets 2
Gene Grant Image-Ray (A Message Reading Idea) with business cards and an envelope, secret reading method 1955 Phantini's Lost Book of Mental Secrets 3
Gene Grant Remoto unconventional Q&A routine 1955 Phantini's Lost Book of Mental Secrets 3
Paul Curry Torn Center see also "Center Tear Handling" (Paul Curry, 2001),
also published as "Torn Center Billet Improvement" (Paul Curry, 1947)
1956 The Best in Magic 210
Tony Corinda (1) Alcohol or Chemicals 1959 Question and Answer (Readings) 344
Tony Corinda (2) Light see also "Another Sealed Envelope - Which I Call "The Bonded Fifth"" (George B. Anderson, 1949) 1959 Question and Answer (Readings) 344
Tony Corinda (3) The Window Envelope 1959 Question and Answer (Readings) 345
Tony Corinda & Eric Mason (4) The Clip Board several versions, Eric Mason's Dubbul 1959 Question and Answer (Readings) 345
Orville Wayne Meyer Mindreading Supreme blindfolded, fake muscle-reading with billets 1959 More Miracles in Mentalism 14
Malcolm Davison Handling Billets umbrella move see also "Al Baker's Billet Mystery" (Al Baker, 1933) 1960 Magic of the Mind 98
Charlie Miller The Great Billet Test spectator writes name on one of several billets, billet and word on it are divined 1961 An Evening with Charlie Miller 38
North Bigbee Secret of the Flame message in envelope, secret reading method, candle 1961 Still More Miracles in Mentalism 41
Max Malini Billet Reading on toilet paper 1962 Malini and His Magic 76
Al Koran The Torn Centre center tear handling 1967 Al Koran's Professional Presentations 32
James G. Thompson Jr. Embers billet in envelope is burnt, divination of word 1967 Between Two Minds 48
Unknown Basic Move 8 opening billet under arm-fold cover 1968 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 3 No. 8) 185
Roy Fromer Reading Through a Brick thing put on hand, covered with brick, information divined 1969 HEX! 86
Dai Vernon Mind Reading secret reading after center tear 1970 Expanded Lecture Notes 16
Milton Twin Echo geometric shape written on pad by first spectator, then a word by another, performer tears and burns both pieces, impression via sharp pencil, perhaps "D. Milton" (Fulves pseudonym)? 1970 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 6 No. 4th Folio) 377
Sydney Bergson Non-Center Tear glimpsing content 1972 Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 7 26
Max Lister Easy Message Reading alcohol to make envelope transparent 1972 Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 7 62
James G. Thompson Jr. Eye Spy spectator writes with lipstick on mirror, performer divines the information 1972 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 7 No. 6th Folio) 491
James G. Thompson Jr. Third Eye window envelope handling, see p. 527 for idea by Bob Still 1972 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 7 No. 6th Folio) 492
James G. Thompson Jr. Improved Question Reading envelopes
- Part Two (shorter test with only three envelopes)
- Part Three (as a two-person act)
1972 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 7 No. 6th Folio) 494
James G. Thompson Jr. Strongest Thought five spectators write stuff on billets, secret instructions on what type of information to write on billet, sealed envelope reading method, chalk with razor blade 1972 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 7 No. 6th Folio) 498
Karl Fulves Remembrance Of Things Past ESP signs design duplication with gaffed peek slate and paramnesia presentation, see also p. 690 for comment 1973 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9 No. 1) 683
Karl Fulves History on peek slates, see-through, electronic with light source 1973 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9 No. 1) 685
Raymond Hafler Clipboard Peek brief also published as "Clipboard Peek" (Ray Hafler, M.U.M.) 1973 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9 No. 1) 685
Karl Fulves Remember Isis? divination of writing on pad, ring and glass sphere used in presentation, NCR paper, steel shim and magnet for impression device, writing stolen with magnet 1973 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9 No. 2) 691
Al Mann Instant Mindreader 1974 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9 No. 8) 744
Robert Parrish Bull's Eye II spectator draws something on one of two slips of paper, both are mixed on table, performer divines the slip with writing and then its content inspired by "Bulls Eye" (Ned Rutledge & James G. Thompson Jr., 1974) 1974 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9 No. 9th Folio) 770
Pierre L. O. A. Keeler Keeler's Baffling Slate Test theory by Al Mann 1975 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 10 No. 9) 982
Dai Vernon Center Tear - Billet Test 1976 The First California Lecture 9
Al Mann The Preparations prefolding 1976 Acidus 4
Al Mann Opening and Reading the Billet secret reading, with dummy still in hand 1976 Acidus 8
Al Mann TIps on Practicing tips on practicing the Acidus method, on the First-Finger-Grip, on Opening the Billet, and on the Temple Switch 1976 Acidus 12
Al Mann Challenges and Outs tips on the Acidus 1976 Acidus 14
Al Mann Precautions how to ensure that the billet is not folded more then twice, Acidus 1976 Acidus 15
Al Mann The Telephone Effect random person phoned, name divined, method for "On the Wire" inspired by "On the Wire" (Theodore Annemann, 1936) 1976 Acidus 15
Al Mann A Short Cut alternative handling for Acidus 1976 Acidus 16
Al Mann Passing Thoughts thought is divined, written on a pad 1976 Mental-Ettes 8
Al Mann Typhon's Tongs envelopes are gathered and burnt with tongs 1976 Mental-Ettes 20
James F. Herpick Herpick's Tongs tongs to burn envelope 1976 Mental-Ettes 20
Al Mann The Pharaoh's Palm billets are switched on palm of performer, fake palm 1976 Mental-Ettes 23
Al Mann The Preparation constructing The Sibylline Envelope 1977 The Sibylline Messages 2
Unknown & Al Baker The Umbrella Move see also "Al Baker's Billet Mystery" (Al Baker, 1933),
"Your Thought" (Cyril Marriott, 1944)
1978 The Apodosis 13
Al Mann De-Pleated Thoughts several questions on one piece of paper, folded paper is stapled 1978 The Tesseract 19
Al Mann & Mr. Zodiac A Bonus - Through the Threshold spectator writes question on a business card, which is then sealed, question is divined / answered 1978 The Tesseract 21
Karl Fulves FlaPSI word written on card and put in case divined 1979 Inner Sanctum 35
Millard Longman Acidus Novus method for reading information on folded card see also "Phantini's Fabulous Billet Work!" (Gene Grant, 1982) 1979 Acidus Plus 2
Millard Longman A Double-Barrel Effect mixture between Acidus Novus and a center tear 1979 Acidus Plus 3
Al Mann The Azonic Force peek for reading several information on a billet 1979 Acidus Plus 5
Orville Wayne Meyer A Letter From Orville Meyer different fold for Mann's The Azonic Force 1979 Acidus Plus 7
Bobby Hughes The Hughes Move handling variation for Mann's The Azonic Force 1979 Acidus Plus 8
Unknown From the Thirteen Mann's The Azonic Force mixed with Larry Becker's Zip Code trick 1979 Acidus Plus 8
Al Mann The Secret of Abonutichus message reading from sealed envelope, like a center tear see also "The Center Tear Controversy" (Al Mann, 1976) 1979 Acidus Plus 14
Thomas Alan Waters Flipsight I with Himber Wallet 1979 Mind, Myth & Magick (Section "New Thoughts For Old") 16
Thomas Alan Waters Flipsight II with I.D. Case model of Himber Wallet 1979 Mind, Myth & Magick (Section "New Thoughts For Old") 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) 1979 Mind, Myth & Magick (Section "New Thoughts For Old") 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) 1979 Mind, Myth & Magick (Section "New Thoughts For Old") 22
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 1981 Mind, Myth & Magick (Section "Omnimancy") 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 1981 Mind, Myth & Magick (Section "Omnimancy") 101
Thomas Alan Waters IndexRay spectator writes word and initials on folded card, start for a reading 1981 Mind, Myth & Magick (Section "Omnimancy") 108
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)
1981 Mind, Myth & Magick (Section "Scrypt") 163
Thomas Alan Waters Routine No. 3 (Stage) with a bulldog clip 1981 Mind, Myth & Magick (Section "Scrypt") 177
Thomas Alan Waters Variant Routine (With Dobrin Slate) flap to hide center 1981 Mind, Myth & Magick (Section "Scrypt") 178
Al Mann The Mag-Eye Move while performer tears billet, message is read, with variation 1981 Phanta-Graphs 13
Al Mann The Wocus Legacy billet that opens out by itself 1982 The Wocus Legacy 1
Al Mann Making the Wocus Legacy Billets 1982 The Wocus Legacy 2
Al Mann Handling the Billet put in a box 1982 The Wocus Legacy 3
Al Mann The Torn Wocus switching it for a dummy 1982 The Wocus Legacy 3
Al Mann The Scryer's Podium crystal ball gazing, answering question with the Wocus Lecgacy Billet 1982 The Wocus Legacy 4
Al Mann The Master's Move in the hands 1982 The Wocus Legacy 5
Al Mann The Spirit Ink Bottle question billet is put folded in ink bottle, with Wocus Billet
1982 The Wocus Legacy 6
Gary Lee Williams & Al Mann Wocus II gimmick is added later 1982 The Wocus Legacy 7
Al Mann The Wocus Center-Tear combination CT and Wocus II 1982 The Wocus Legacy 8
Al Mann The Ballot Box Miracle billet box with trap door 1982 The Wocus Legacy 8
Al Mann Vampire Thoughts with two people 1982 The Wocus Legacy 9
Al Mann The Mneme's Numen spectator writes question down, erases it and notes another, both are divined/answered 1982 The Wocus Legacy 10
Thomas Alan Waters Flipout prepared Himber Wallet for prediction and as a peek wallet 1982 Mind, Myth & Magick (Section "Octasm") 327
Gene Grant Phantini's Fabulous Billet Work! peek method from folded peek see also "Acidus Novus" (Millard Longman, 1979) 1982 The Knight's Gambit 12
Al Mann Threshold Three one person reading, knowing what is written on card, spectator gets two envelopes one with his card and one with message from performer, with variation inspired by "The Threshold of Miracle" in "Sensational Mentalism, Part II" 1982 Of Gifts and Talents 4
Al Mann Instant Mindreading secretary-wallet as a peek wallet 1982 Of Gifts and Talents 12
Al Mann & Ron Baillie Baillie's Gem with perforated cards, stealing part of billet inspired by "The Secret Center-Tear" in Ron Baillie's "Universal Mind" 1982 Of Gifts and Talents 13
Millard Longman The Ultimate Billet see-through paper 1983 Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 6 No. 11) 846
Unknown Note: The Lick Switch billet is stolen while envelope is sealed 1983 Selected Sealed Message Reading Methods 11
Joseph Dunninger The Medium's Billet Switch Method 6 1983 Selected Sealed Message Reading Methods 12
Joseph Dunninger Simplicity Itself Method 7 (window envelope) 1983 Selected Sealed Message Reading Methods 13
Joseph Dunninger Into the Air Method 8 (with flash paper) 1983 Selected Sealed Message Reading Methods 15
Joseph Dunninger The Black Medium and the Fire Ritual reading billet while on the way burning it 1983 Selected Sealed Message Reading Methods 15
Joseph Dunninger Dumb? Yes and No! Method 10 (changing device) 1983 Selected Sealed Message Reading Methods 16
Joseph Dunninger A Sensational Test methods for gaining information, with assistants
- An Unusual Dramatic Interlude (pre-show)
- Returning Marked Envelopes to Spectators During the Speciality (unopened, flashlight)
- Another Method (gist written on envelope)
- Another Ruse (gist on watch)
1983 A Simplified Crystal Gazing Speciality 6
Joseph Dunninger A Simple Billet Test blindfolded 1983 Master Billet Tests 2
Joseph Dunninger Another Test Impression Method 1983 Master Billet Tests 3
Joseph Dunninger & Al Mann Psychic Billet Reading several people 1983 Master Billet Tests 3
Joseph Dunninger Psychometric Power! question on billets are answered and billets of specific spectator found without opening them, several variations 1983 Master Billet Tests 4
Joseph Dunninger A Convincing Test billet steal from envelope, with thumb tip 1983 Master Billet Tests 7
Joseph Dunninger A Mystic's Favorite sealed message reading, slit in envelope see also Paul Kara's "Karaism", 1926 and Nelson's "Mind Divination" 1983 Master Billet Tests 7
Joseph Dunninger Mysterious billet steal with bottomless glass 1983 Master Billet Tests 8
Thomas Alan Waters Decivision ten questions in envelopes, blindfolded see also "The Modern Mindreader" (Wm. Hewitt, 1935) 1985 Mind, Myth & Magick (Section "Fynys") 732
Kingdon Lieberman Center Tear Substitute billet is placed in folded bill for safekeeping 1986 Apocalypse Vol. 6-10 (Vol. 9 No. 6) 1221
Richard Osterlind The Surrounded Slow-Motion Center Tear with credit information
- The Paper and its Preparation
- The Mechanics
- Comments
1986 The Surrounded Slow-Motion Center Tear 1
Stan Alexander The Echoing Walls method to read writings on folded business card, while tearing it 1988 Scorpio's Curve 3
Al Mann Thot-Coveret variation on Stan Alexander's version 1988 Scorpio's Curve 4
Al Mann Salem's Bridge reading method for business cards, slit 1988 Scorpio's Curve 5
Al Mann Postman's Curve spectator writes on back of a envelope and folds it, reading method 1988 Scorpio's Curve 7
Al Baker The Umbrella Move 1993 The Quick and the Dead 12
Alexander de Cova Tektron-X reading method for billet in wallet inspired by "Acidus" (Al Mann, 1976) 1998 Secrets No. 2 145
Jas Jakutsch* "Lost & Found" AKA "Six in One" billet routine with four phases, twelve people write down a los object and their initials, spectator finds the right billets, without opening it, divines the content of several and a member of the audience does the same too 1999 Completely Mental - Vol. 2 5
Jas Jakutsch* "I.T.O.O" - The "In the Open Opening" secretly opening a billet and reading it 1999 Completely Mental - Vol. 2 16
Jas Jakutsch* The ITOO Refold different methods to refold the billet again 1999 Completely Mental - Vol. 2 17
Jas Jakutsch* Getting a Glimpse eight ways of glimpsing an open billet 1999 Completely Mental - Vol. 2 18
Harry Houdini & Jas Jakutsch* The "Thumbhole Window" Glimpse see also Leslie & Harry Anderson's "Time Wrap" in "The Complete Magick, Vol. II" p. 186f. 1999 Completely Mental - Vol. 2 18
Jas Jakutsch* The "Hang-Over Glimpse" while holding a pad 1999 Completely Mental - Vol. 2 19
Jas Jakutsch* The Seriously "Hung-Over Glimpse" 1999 Completely Mental - Vol. 2 19
Paul Curry Center Tear Handling inspired by "A Day of Your Life" (Theodore Annemann, 1940),
see also "Torn Center Billet Improvement" (Paul Curry, 1947),
"Message in the Flames" (Dai Vernon, 1948 / 27)
2001 Paul Curry's Worlds Beyond 264
Al Baker Name and Calling Card Trick secret reading method of slip, using switch 2003 The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Section "Notebooks") 724
Eric Mead Peek-a-Book information written on business card and placed in book is secretly read 2006 Tangled Web 203
Eric Mead The Under-Fire Peek 2006 Tangled Web 232
Dr. Stanley Jaks Jaks Wallet 2016 You and Me and the Devil Makes Three - Volume II 8
Andy (The Jerx) The Revealing Thing Importance of thinking about how to reveal a thought-of word, describes a simple peek for a billet 2016 The Jerx 79