Conjuring Credits

The Origins of Wonder

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 Twelve years later, a magician writing under the pen name of "​X"​ suggested using a card case instead of a book. A desired card was hidden beneath the case and was loaded onto the deck when the case was laid over it. See //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​10699/​The+magician+monthly/​125|The Magician Monthly]]//,​ Vol. 20 No. 8, July 1924, p. 95. Twelve years later, a magician writing under the pen name of "​X"​ suggested using a card case instead of a book. A desired card was hidden beneath the case and was loaded onto the deck when the case was laid over it. See //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​10699/​The+magician+monthly/​125|The Magician Monthly]]//,​ Vol. 20 No. 8, July 1924, p. 95.
  
-Walter B. Gibson later introduced a still more natural, motivated context for the load by using a prediction in an envelope (with the force card hidden beneath the envelope). See his "A Spirit Card Trick" in //[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​17743/​Practical+Card+Tricks+Series/​43|Two Dozen Effective Practical Card Tricks]]//, 1927, p. 30.+Walter B. Gibson later introduced a still more natural, motivated context for the load by using a prediction in an envelope (with the force card hidden beneath the envelope). See his "A Spirit Card Trick" in //[[https://​askalexander.org/​display/​78511/​Practical+Card+Tricks+Series/​45|Two Dozen Effective Practical Card Tricks]]//, 1927, p. 30.
  
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