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Topic: Tarot Effects
Message: Posted by: Prunesquallor (Oct 12, 2004 01:35PM)
Are there any card tricks that involve a tarot deck. I know Eugene Berger has a routine involving tarot cards, does anybody else?
Message: Posted by: Necromancer (Oct 12, 2004 02:10PM)
For starters, see Jim Magus' book, Turn of a Friendly Card, Stephen Minch's Book of Toth, and T.A. Waters' Mind, Myth & Magick.

That should keep you busy for awhile.

Best,
Neil
Message: Posted by: MichaelSibbernsen (Oct 12, 2004 04:09PM)
I would throw in my own [i]Knowledge From Fire[/i]. A "Tarot effect" and so much more. Available at [url=http://www.magic-notes.com/thenotes/detail.php?product_id=70]magic-notes.com[/url].

Let me know if you have any questions.

Michael
Message: Posted by: Peo Olsson (Oct 12, 2004 05:30PM)
Michael,

Sounds interesting. What would the cost be to ship it to Sweden?

Peo
Message: Posted by: MichaelSibbernsen (Oct 12, 2004 07:54PM)
Peo,

Thank you for your interest in Knowledge From Fire. I don't wish to hijack the thread, so I PM'd you my response along with extra information about the effect.

Best in Mind,

Michael
Message: Posted by: PROFED (Oct 13, 2004 08:57AM)
Bob Brown (midwest Bob Brown)has a killer effect with Tarrot called The Faithless Necromancer. You may check with hime to see if he still has lecture notes. You may contact him at ralanbrown@aol.com
Regards, Ed Gilmore
Message: Posted by: Necromancer (Oct 13, 2004 09:01AM)
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On 2004-10-13 09:57, PROFED wrote:
Bob Brown (midwest Bob Brown)has a killer effect with Tarrot called The Faithless Necromancer. You may check with hime to see if he still has lecture notes. You may contact him at ralanbrown@aol.com
Regards, Ed Gilmore
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I believe this was also published in Invocation, which is yet another source of tarot effects (but it ain't cheap. And if you really want to break the bank, get Bascom Jones' Magick while you're at it).

Best,
Neil
Message: Posted by: chmara (Oct 13, 2004 03:57PM)
Blowing my own horn here -- The Newe Amsterdam Tarocchi Diary is a Tarot Card routine --- using the Tarot's hermetic approach with a prediction trick --- decked out in 17th Century Dress.

Yep - it sells for $200 with copies in use in USA, and on the way to Norway, Holland, Hong Kong.

PM me your email for Pix etc.

GC
Message: Posted by: Anabelle (Oct 13, 2004 04:11PM)
Since everyone is at it, how about my two ebooks? I have a couple of routines using tarot cards and I use them all the time.

Anabelle
Message: Posted by: mrmysticmike (Oct 13, 2004 04:22PM)
Steven Minch has a lot of usable tarot material.
Message: Posted by: Caleb Strange (Oct 13, 2004 04:47PM)
'Doc' Shiels has a 'simple routine, in three parts, employing the ancient Tarot' called 'The Devil's Picture Book' in his book 'Thirteen!'

There is also his delightfully deranged 'NNIDNIDREAM' from 'The Cantrip Codex'.

Finally, there is 'Xyddatha' in Shiels' 'Daemons, Darklings and Doppelgangers'.

Regards,

Caleb Strange.
Message: Posted by: Black Hart (Oct 13, 2004 04:54PM)
Tarot effects?

Try here: http://www.blackhart.co.uk and go to the Black artefacts section.

Black Hart
Message: Posted by: tctahoe (Oct 14, 2004 03:40PM)
I'll join in too...

In The Play of Shadows; The Tarot Effect

you can read about it at

http://www.tctahoe.com/shadowad.html

TC
Message: Posted by: Peo Olsson (Oct 14, 2004 05:25PM)
Tc,

I bought one from you.

Peo
Message: Posted by: SpAgHeTtI (Oct 18, 2004 03:10PM)
Two cards in two pockets by Osterlind, but you also do a little tarot reading. :)