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Devilish Miracle is a card trick, devised by Ed Marlo and Carmen D'Amico, and first published in a booklet of the same name in 1948. Two cards are selected. The performer quickly locates the first selected card, and then makes it vanish. Suddenly, it reappears, and then it tranposes with the second selected card.
- Devilish Miracle: Ed Marlo, Supplement to Control Systems (1952, pp. 105-107).
- One Spectator D.M. (Ed Marlo): Kabbala, Vol. 1 No. 6 (February 1972, p. 47).
- Ryan's Devilish Miracle Variation (Jim Ryan): Philip R. Willmarth, Entertaining Card Quickies, Jim Ryan Close-up, No. 2 (1980, pp. 20-24).
- The Devilish Miracle (Larry Jennings): Mike Maxwell, Louis Falanga's Lake Tahoe Card Magic (1985, pp. 67-69).
- A Real Devilish Miracle (Randy Wakeman): John Mendoza, Randy Wakeman's Special Effects (1987, p. 38).
- A Devilish Miracle Retold (Brother John Hamman): Stephen Minch, Seven Deadly Miracles (1984, pp. 33-37).
- Devil Incardnate (J. K. Hartman): The Card Man-uscript, No. 1 (1986, p. 1).
- J. K. Hartman, Card Craft (1991, pp. 492-498).
- Devilishly Direct (Shigeo Takagi): Richard Kaufman, The Amazing Miracles of Shigeo Takagi (1990, pp. 11-13).
- Edward Marlo's Compleat Devilish Miracle: Jon Racherbaumer, 1993.
- Jon Racherbaumer, Flashpoints: Edward Marlo's Full Tilt and Compleat Devilish Miracle, 1993.