13 entries in Crystal
  
Creators Title Comments & References Source Page Categories
Howard Brooks Trickles from the Babbling Brooks - crystal ball joke
- joke on jumping cigarette
The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 307) 26
Robert A. Nelson On Adding Messages on Crystal Ball for Q&A More Miracles in Mentalism 33
Robert A. Nelson Nelson's Notes ideas on routines where spectator divines number or cards with a crystal ball Still More Miracles in Mentalism 19
Sam Dalal Women Can Tell... ESP deck, card selected and sealed in envelope, spectator divines symbol by looking into crystal ballRelated to The Compleat Magick - Volume II (Issue 116) 577
Mogul Mogul center tear idea and reading it with crystal ball The Magic of Francis Carlyle 133
Sandy Spillman Psychic Minds spectator divines ESP symbol by looking into crystal ball The Compleat Magick - Volume II (Issue 153) 761
Karrell Fox "Friday" Mentalism cards with animals shown, one selected (goldfish), the crystal ball turns out to be goldfish aquarium Another Book 130
Harry Seagal The Image Maker design duplication with a crystal ball, mirror The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 251) 1251
Valerie Nielsen, Bascom Jones, Cicardi, Sandy Spillman, Dr. Lawrence Weinstein, Adam Weishaupt, Jack Kent Tillar, Diana Zimmerman Wish I Thought of That - The Intimate Touch (Cicardi, idea for palmistry)
- Signed, Sealed, and Delivered (Spillmamn / Weinstein, business card idea)
- In a Crystal Darkly (Nielsen, idea for crystal balls)
- Name Dropping ( Weishaupt, idea for Tarot readings)
- Color Coordination (Tillar, idea for Daub)
- Big Can be Better (Zimmerman on bigger props)
The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 263) 1315
Stan Blumenthal Light Source crystal ball starts to glow green The Compleat Magick — Volume III (Issue 293) 1462
John Carney Crystal Sugar sugar cubes routine, turn into a crystal Carney Knowledge 50
John Carney Crystal Flash crystal inside handkerchief lights up over selection Carney Knowledge 52
Karl Fulves Glowing Crystals "Unsolved Mysteries"
getting a crystal to glow, posed as a problem
The Fine Print (Issue 4) 77