The Master Speller
|The Master Speller|
|Publisher||Edward Bagshawe & Co.|
The "Master Speller": A Modern Card Miracle Using a Borrowed and Unarranged Pack of FIfty-Two Cards by Victor Farelli
"The magician who never received a hint or suggestion for a magical effect from any other source than his own brain and claims to base his work on a principle, or principles, before unknown, is the Seventieth Wonder of the World.”
"Originality is not necessarily creative: it is more the adaptation or rearrangement of something seen or heard and retained in the subconscious brain and brought out in a different form or manner.” — The late Dr. A.M. Wilson in "The Sphinx” (May,1929).
- Outline Description of Effect
- General Working
- With Giant Cards
- Another Impromptu "Speller"
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