magic squares\nchapter on magic squares, discussing
- the three square
- the five square
- odd and even cell squares
- the eight square
- the six square\nroyal vale heath
1938
greater magic Royal Vale Heath

Magic Squares

chapter on Magic Squares, discussing
- The Three Square
- The Five Square
- Odd and Even Cell Squares
- The Eight Square
- The Six Square

"magic square" magic\ncard selection in combination with magic square, total of square indicates position in the rest of the deck\nroyal vale heath
1945
hugard's magic monthly - volumes i, ii, iii and iv Royal Vale Heath

"Magic Square" Magic

card selection in combination with magic square, total of square indicates position in the rest of the deck

tap tap tap\nselection and five other cards are put in envelopes, performer taps the envelopes and spectator mentally spells his card, when he stops the performer his hand is on the correct envelope, using deck with different backs (rainbow)\nroyal vale heath
1950
the phoenix 201 - 250 Royal Vale Heath

Tap Tap Tap

selection and five other cards are put in envelopes, performer taps the envelopes and spectator mentally spells his card, when he stops the performer his hand is on the correct envelope, using deck with different backs (rainbow)

retrospecs\ncard is held behind performer, who divines it, mathematical, see also p. 841, glasses sight gag, fibonacci sequence\nroyal vale heath
1950
the phoenix 201 - 250 Royal Vale Heath

Retrospecs

card is held behind performer, who divines it, mathematical, see also p. 841, glasses sight gag, Fibonacci sequence

heath's master speller\nno. 15, ace to king packet arranged, random card cut to, value spelled repeatedly to get ace to king in sequence\nroyal vale heath\njohn scarne
1950
scarne on card tricks Royal Vale Heath, John Scarne

Heath's Master Speller

No. 15, Ace to king packet arranged, random card cut to, value spelled repeatedly to get Ace to King in sequence

gibson's circled dates\nfive dates are circled on a calendar month, magician asks how many mondays/tuesdays... are circled, magician can divine the sum total of the circled dates\nwalter b. gibson\nroyal vale heath
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Walter B. Gibson, Royal Vale Heath

Gibson's Circled Dates

Five dates are circled on a calendar month, magician asks how many Mondays/Tuesdays... are circled, magician can divine the sum total of the circled dates

tapping the hours\nspectator think of any hour on the clock, magician tap the clock at random points, eventually will end counting on the thought-of hour. variation by eddie joseph using blank cards with words\n unknown\neddie joseph\ncrazy time\ntom hamilton\nheath's "tappit"\nroyal vale heath\ntap-a-drink\nmartin gardner\ntap-an-animal\nmartin gardner\nthe riddle card\nmartin gardner
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Unknown, Eddie Joseph

Tapping the Hours

Spectator think of any hour on the clock, magician tap the clock at random points, eventually will end counting on the thought-of hour. Variation by Eddie Joseph using blank cards with words

which hand?\ndivine which hand holds dime and which hand holds penny\n unknown\nheath's variation\nroyal vale heath
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Unknown

Which Hand?

Divine which hand holds dime and which hand holds penny

heath's variation\nwhich hand, divine which hand holds nickel and which hand holds penny\nroyal vale heath\nwhich hand?\n unknown
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Royal Vale Heath

Heath's Variation

Which Hand, divine which hand holds nickel and which hand holds penny

heath's "tappit"\ntapping the hours type of trick, but with colored tiles and numbers printed on them\nroyal vale heath\ntapping the hours\n unknown\neddie joseph
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Royal Vale Heath

Heath's "Tappit"

Tapping the Hours type of trick, but with colored tiles and numbers printed on them

heath's "di-ciphering"\nfive dice with different three digit numbers on each face. roll the dice, magician can very quickly give the sum of the numbers rolled\nroyal vale heath\ned balducci
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery Royal Vale Heath, Ed Balducci

Heath's "Di-ciphering"

Five dice with different three digit numbers on each face. Roll the dice, magician can very quickly give the sum of the numbers rolled

left-handed thoughts\nno. 45, different coin in each hand, spectator does quick mental calculation and performer is able to name the result\nkarl fulves\nroyal vale heath
1981
self-working table magic Karl Fulves, Royal Vale Heath

Left-Handed Thoughts

No. 45, different coin in each hand, spectator does quick mental calculation and performer is able to name the result

wizard's walk\ntelephone book test over the phone, mathematical principle\nal mann\n"arithmetical whoopee" in royal vale heath's "math-e-magic", 1953
1984
phantom voices Al Mann

Wizard's Walk

telephone book test over the phone, mathematical principle

Related to

"Arithmetical Whoopee" in Royal Vale Heath's "Math-E-Magic", 1953