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Years ago, I believe Lee Earle had a routine with his version of the Teleport Envelope but he used a Fed Ex envelope. I think these instructions may have even appeared in M-U-M.

Does anyone know if & where his Fed Ex envelope instructions were published elsewhere?

Also, if you are aware of this Fed Ex envelope, which do you prefer, it or the Teleport Envelope?

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Pretellus Prime (or the Pretellus Principle) I believe Lee Earle calls his envelope. Its in Pieces of My Mind, Early Earle, and M.I.N.D I think.

Michael Sibbernsen has a version called Pretellus Perfect in Frame of Mind.

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Thanks, Stuart
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I have never used this but I love using the teleport envelope. It is so deceptive and the possabilities are endless with it. I would have to say that of all the wonderfull things in Ted's book that it is easly worth the price of the book alone.

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Marqus,

Do you happen to remember which issue of M.U.M. it was published in?
THOUGHTfully,

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This may be of interest.
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London,

I don't remember what M-U-M issue; it may have been from the 1980's.

Derek,
Thanks for the link. Now I'm looking to save some $$$ to get James Biss' MIND BLOWING book for his take on the envelope.
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James sent me some Remote Control Packs to try out in a run of shows I was doing. They are invisible to the audience and do all the dirty work exceptionally well. I love 'em.

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I haven't tried the Remote Control Packs yet, but, as Stuart noted, Michael Sibbernsen has a great version in his book. I think it's very good and very practical. I use it to switch in some puzzle pieces for a prediction effect.
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I've been struggling to find suitable envelopes to create Ted's design for far too long. After months of reading the book over and over, my envelopes have made it as far as Conventry, from Utah, so hopefully will arrive tomorrow, just in time for a productive weekend of creation!
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I have used this envelope for a q and a a la Annemann, the Ghost Within, I think it's called. Jack Tillar has some devilish work on it in the Assumption Swindle.
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I bought the Biss' Mind Blowing book but not clear on how to make the Remote Control Packs.

I wish I had a sample or it would have been helpful if he included pictures.
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On 2009-11-19 12:16, Marqus wrote:
I bought the Biss' Mind Blowing book but not clear on how to make the Remote Control Packs.

I wish I had a sample or it would have been helpful if he included pictures.


The instructions in the book are easy to follow...however, they are available commercially too.


http://www.elmwoodmagic.com/full/Magic-T......7140.htm
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