Apocalypse First issue Editors Richard Kaufman, Harry Lorayne Frequency Monthly First issue January, 1978 Final issue December, 1997 Alfredson/Daily# 1160 Apocalypse was a monthly newsletter started by and in 1978 and ran until 1997. Kaufman's brainchild, he and Harry did equal duty regarding content and writing during the first year, with Kaufman also doing illustration and layout. David guetta dj mix. Lorayne became the sole editor and writer beginning with the second year.
Other illustrators include Bill Steinacker, Gregg Webb, Joe Wierzbicki, and Robert Lorayne. 1997 Apocalypse was later republished by in four large hardcover volumes.
Are You Getting Your Money's Worth? Are You Ever!! 720 jam-packed pages. 1 failed to install iskernel files windows 7. Plus over 20 pages of indexes Over 250 card effects, over 140 coin effects, 145 other items, plus articles and editorials! Items by hundreds of contributors, including: Dai Vernon, Ed Marlo, Brother John Hamman, Ken Krenzel, Slydini, Frank Garcia, Derek Dingle, David Roth, Trevor Lewis, Paul Harris, John Cornelius, Bernard Bilis, Max Maven (and Phil Goldstein ), Martin Gardner, Karrell Fox, Herb Zarrow, JK Hartman, Eddie Fechter, Gene Finnell, Bob Fitch, Richard Kaufman, Paul Gertner, Terry Lagerould, Sid Lorraine, Jeff McBride, Tom Mullica, Louis Falanga, Patrick Page, Larry Jennings, Roger Klause and many, many more!
In this volume alone there are over 285 card and over 100 coin effects, routines, ideas, and over 100 more effects: gambling demonstrations, bill tricks, rope tricks, ring tricks, matchbox / matchbook tricks, business card tricks, dice tricks, mental tricks, silk tricks, cups and balls, sponge balls, cigarettes, canes, pencils, thimbles, chains, keys, glasses, salt, rubber bands, and more. (Most of them easy to do!) Plus Harry Lorayne's Lorayne Storms, Editorials, Ellipses (.) and Out To Lunch Columns. The card items include: Incredible Table Change, Harreverse, No Hands Smyth's Myth, Really Wild Jokers, Serendipity, Tidal Wave, Clipped Again, Flushed Collectors, The Leeds Miracle, Order Restored, Cased-Deck Penetration, Double 'Pancake' Revelation, Oil and Water Supreme, Perfect Penetration, Quick Warp, Wilder Cards, Can not Be Done, Count of Mountie Crystal, Perfect Reset Reset, The World's Best Two-Card Trick, Blown Away, Not By Sight, The Sting, Three-Second Wonder, The Ultimate Move, Will The Cards Match, Variations And Additions, and on and on. The coin items include: Barehand Spellbound, Flash Coins, Hoo Dunnit?, Matrix Surprise, Way-Ahead Coin Assembly, Clearly Impossible, Pursonality, Coins Across Again, Twist On Winged Silver, Penetrating Transposition, Flip-Side Up, A Pinch Of Salt, Ultra C / S Transposition, The French Flop, Money Is Time, Quick Silver, Another Tenkai, Empty Handed, Masquerade, It's A Kick, Split Secoined, and on and on. Will you get your money's worth from Apocalypse Harry Lorayne has always given much more than your money's worth Listen to a few of the many unsolicited remarks re. Volume II 'I'm the one who wrote to tell you that I would have.
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Paid the price of the book for only Two Shuffles Harry (Volume I). Well, I'd do the same for The Sting. ' Thanks, Harry, for The Count of Mountie Crystal.
I can not wait for Volume III. ' I've been in magic for over forty years. I can not remember enjoying any publication more.
'And many more along the same vein. And in this volume alone there are over 325 card and close to 100 coin effects, routines, ideas, and over 135 more effects: balloon tricks, ring tricks, bill tricks, purse tricks, pen tricks, thumbtip tricks, wristwatch tricks, sugar cube tricks, thimbles, sponge balls, chains, canes, book tests, ice, soda cans, business cards, dice stacking, paper folding / cutting / tearing, paper punches, wallets, credit cards, toothpicks, and more. (Most of them easy! About 100 sleights taught within the routines Plus Harry Lorayne's Lorayne Storms, Editorials, Ellipses (.) and Out To Lunch columns.
The card items include: Ask The Deck, Amazing Eights, Earthly Powers (! One of the best card tricks ever), Luck of the Draw, Swell Spell, Transmental, Calculating Deck, The Muleshoe Gambler (worth the price of the book), Oil And Aces, True Triumph, Para-Psychology, Watch Me Work, The Faro Knows, Modern Leaper, Queen's Tour, Roadrunner Aces, Fast Serve Sandwich, How Classics Are Born!, Instant Aces, It's One of These!, Mr. Koenig's Tapestry, Poke Poker, Sequestered Collectors, Real Wild Cards, Rock 'N' Roll Aces, Sandwichange, Variations And Additions, and on and on. The Coin items include: Easy Go, Matchbox Treasury, Pretty Interlude, Cointemplate, Soft-Sleeve Cover, Spellbound-A-Round, Infidel Change, Four-Gone Conclusion, Worth Your Attention, Coin Cascade, No Propellant, 'Vanishing' Dust, Coin Favorite, Deeply Proved, Out of Sight-Out of Mind, For a Change, On The Edge, Down The Tubes, Coin Diamond, Twin Eagles, Deliverance, Pocket Change, and on and on.