Signed, Sealed and Delivered
By Professor Spellbinder
The original idea came from Karrell Fox's,
Thot-Dot from his book Another Book. I have
only put some Wizard touches on it and brought it out again so as
not to lose the baby in a sea of bath water. You ask the audience
if they have ever heard the expression Signed, Sealed and
Delivered. You ask if they would like to see a
demonstration of that.
Some licking stickers are shown and one is chosen by a
spectator, who signs his name on it. You hold it up and announce,
You bring out a deck of cards (which can be borrowed) and ask the
same spectator to think of his favorite card in the deck as you
shuffle it in front of him. You then lick the signed sticker and
place it and the deck of cards behind your back because
these things are best done in secret.
You bring the deck of cards out from behind your back and
announce that you had a feeling about a certain card while the
deck was behind your back, and it was on that card that you
affixed the sticker. You hold the deck up and say,
Sealed. You tell them you have no idea what card it
was that you sealed, just that you had a certain feeling about
You spread the cards face outwards to the spectator, asking him
to name his favorite card and to point to it when he sees it in
the deck. The card he points to is pulled from the deck, and when
it is turned over, it is seen that the sticker is stuck to the
back of it. Say, Delivered in a loud voice. Thus the
card only chosen mentally has been signed, sealed and delivered,
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