I just purchased a copy of this page booklet off of Ebay. It’s called ” Annemann’s Mental Bargain Effects.” This book is hard to get ahold of. M.I.M.C. (LONDON) v/ The State Library of Victoria “ALMA CONJURING COLLECTION” An nemann’s Mental Bargain Effects ANNEMANN’S DIABOLO PELLET. Author: Annemann, Theodore. – Pages: 16 p.: ill. ; 23 cm. – Publication: [New York: Annemann, ?] – Description: Cover title. Alma bequest. Magic tricks.

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Write the figure 2 in upper left corner and then lower hand and show the full surface of card bearing figure 2. Annemann In gargain efl’cct, the performer illustrates lliiil even darkness can- not impede his powers.

Had I known it could be bought for a few dollars, I would’ve done that instead. Performer walks towards spectator, at the same time holding his pack of cards with the mirror on top with his right first and second fingers at about the center of the nearest end. Please remember, if you are just looking for something to add to a magic act, then look elsewhere. With left thumb slide top card a little to right as in dealing. When the spectator acknowledges this latter point, the per- former picks up the paper and pencil and explains that because of the fact that the spectator has changed his thoughts several times, he had better write the name of the thought of card on the paper and then fold same and put in his own pocket.


Annemann’s mental bargain effects.

That is all that is needed. The cards are totally unprepared and the writing is done with either pens or pencils of any kind. The performer explains that he is about to attempt something which heretofore has been considered impossible. The card on top is cut out slightly smaller than the hole in the block and this keeps the mirror in place.

As this is done, right hand brings up package towards forehead and the message is read on the way past. The short card is on the lop of the pile at the start when one is taken out and written upon. Have pad in right outside coal pocket, writing side of pad against body.

Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Holding the deck in right hand performer has the lights turned out.

At this time you actually glance at your packet and get a flash of the drawing. Picking up folded slip from table with free hand it is apparently passed to the other and given to some one to read, hut nothing is passed and the spectator reads the contents which always names the card the spectator drew. The spec- tator then shows his and the performer reveals his to be the same. The paper is refolded and handed back to performer who immediately tears il into small pieces then dropped into an ash tray and lighted with a match.

An ordinary deck is used and three single kind force decks which we will call one, two and three. Number one is in performer’s left coat pocket — number two is in left hip pocket — and three is in right hip pocket.


Dec 8, Now right thumb pulls back the small corner piece and at the same time the other pieces arc dropped into an ask tray.

Mental Bargain Effects (Theodore Annemann)

Dec 6, Thus the per- former will later know this total although the first and third rows were written exactly as given. This time the mes- sage card is found near the memtal of packet and is given to the writer.

After the paper has all burned to ash, performer takes a piece of ash between his lingers and holding to his forehead slowly SPELLS out the name that was written on the paper.

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Annemann’s Mental Bargain Effects

Now turn paper and again tear through the center. Look at it and concentrate upon wliat it repre- sents. Annemann at his best. There is also no source of light in any way. When the paper has been placed in pocket, the performer takes the pencil and deck, telling the spectator to merely keep thinking of the card intently. Keepin’ the Funk Alive.