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Topic: Seance Cards
Message: Posted by: Sean-Paul (Oct 22, 2012 01:06AM)
This may be a really stupid question but does anyone know a good source for Seance Cards for a Glass Moving routine.

Of Course I would like the cards to be aged.

Found this one on ebay

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Seance-Kit-alpha-cards-and-planchett-Bizarre-magic-trick-Magick-Pentagram-box-/370616498351?pt=UK_Collectables_MagicTricks_RL&hash=item564a76f8af

But they are in the UK and I would like to get it quickly.

Any ideas?
Message: Posted by: OnTiltSoon (Oct 22, 2012 01:16AM)
Check if the size goes with your needs http://etsy.me/JO8pO9
Message: Posted by: Godzilla (Oct 22, 2012 01:38AM)
http://www.geminiartifacts.com

Vic's site ! "Thurisaz"
Message: Posted by: Isper (Oct 22, 2012 02:04AM)
What I like to do is have classy looking blank card stock and several markers to hand out to the participants and have them write letters on the cards to "mix their energy and group energy into the cards to help insure a successful session." Then I let them take them home afterwords. I have them do this during a break in the evening before we actually move into the glass moving session. The groups I've done this for have seemed to enjoy it and it doesn't really take much time.
Message: Posted by: Voodini (Oct 22, 2012 02:26AM)
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On 2012-10-22 03:04, Isper wrote:
What I like to do is have classy looking blank card stock and several markers to hand out to the participants and have them write letters on the cards to "mix their energy and group energy into the cards to help insure a successful session." Then I let them take them home afterwords. I have them do this during a break in the evening before we actually move into the glass moving session. The groups I've done this for have seemed to enjoy it and it doesn't really take much time.
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That's a wonderful idea!
Message: Posted by: Sean-Paul (Oct 22, 2012 12:57PM)
Wow! I love the simplicity of that idea - it also makes it organic and spooky.

But I also like the two marketed decks too. They both look great!

Man - you guys are awesome!

Sean