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Oracle Review

September 11th, 2015 1:30am
Reviewed by Doc Johnson

First, let me start by explaining that when I review a product, I try to think about a number of things, including how it could be used for powerful magic. This is why mylovelyassistant is unique. The “Suggestions” section is there to provide ideas for how to use the product, perhaps in ways you or the developer didn't think of. This is one of those products that on the surface, may seem to present some problems, which I will outline in the “CONS” section, but I think there is a way to perform this in a strong way as I will outline in the “SUGGESTIONS” section.

The routine is impressive in that your spread the cards and you can very quickly pull the mate of their selected card.


The downside to this effect is that you are spreading the remaining cards face up. If given enough time, anyone could determine which card is missing from the spread.

See the “Suggestions” section for one idea of how to best use this method.


I gave this 4 out of 5 stars because there is some mental work in making this happen. Also, in your routine, you have to overcome the obvious obstacle described in the “CONS” section.

The DVD introduces a method that is quite clever, and something I had never seen.

Product info for Oracle

Author: Titanas
Publisher: Murphy's Magic Supplies, Inc.
Average Rating:  (2)
Retail Price: $10.00
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Manufacturer's Description:

Titanas' mind is a playground of wonderful, magical concepts. Oracle is a shining beacon of his creativity.

A shrouded, classic card magic concept was reborn as Titanas transformed this concept, shortcutted all of the most tedious elements and ended up with a simplified, easy, yet incredibly powerful card effect that can be used anytime, any deck anywhere.

Oracle is one of the most versatile systems for creating an impossible coincidence as two spectators select a card and its mate, that has astounded even the most initiated magicians. Easy to learn. Simple to master. Predict any thought of card. Use any borrowed deck. No forces, peeks, duplicates, etc.

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