The Clock of Alexander


    The magician introduces a game board resting vertically on a blue and gold pedestal. Everyone's eyes are drawn to the
    mesmerizing image of Alexander, The Man Who Knows. He knows the card you picked, and he knows where it is after the deck is
    shuffled. A card is selected (no force), returned to the deck and riffle shuffled several times. Noticing that there are nine numbers
    on The Clock of Alexander, the spectator deals the deck into nine piles. The spectator is now asked to stare into the clock and
    choose (no force) any one of the nine numbers found on the clock. Suddenly a small crystal ball appears on the pedestal. He is
    given a magnetic pawn which sticks to the clock, and asked to move the pawn three times around the clock using his chosen
    number. He arrives at a new number on the clock. From there he moves through a branching path inside the clock using his same
    original number and arrives at his final number. Using that final number, he picks up the corresponding packet from the nine piles.
    He deals cards into two hands and each time eliminates his own cards. This is repeated until only one card remains. That card is
    turned over and found to be the original selected card.

  • The card is not forced
  • The number chosen is not forced
  • No equivoque
  • Works 100% of the time controlled by hidden mathematical principles
  • Self-working with no sleights needed

    What's included:

  • 6 page manuscript with 12 color photos and illustrations
  • Metal backed Clock of Alexander Game Board
  • Magnetic Pawn
  • 1-inch Crystal Ball with velveteen pouch
  • Custom Wooden Case which holds all the props
  • Limited Edition Ask Alexander Deck of Playing Cards

    Price: Sixty Dollars + shipping

    Only six decks of Ask Alexander Playing Cards currently are in stock.
    The effect can be performed with any deck of cards.
    Subtract $10 for orders without the deck. If deck is sold out, $10 will be refunded.

     


    The magician introduces a game board resting vertically on a blue and gold pedestal. Everyone's eyes are drawn to the
    mesmerizing image of Alexander, The Man Who Knows. He knows the card you picked, and he knows where it is after the
    deck is shuffled. A card is selected (no force), returned to the deck and riffle shuffled several times. Noticing that there are
    nine numbers on The Clock of Alexander, the spectator deals the deck into nine piles. Suddenly a small crystal ball appears
    magically on the pedestal. The spectator is now asked to stare into the clock and crystal ball and choose (no force) any one
    of the nine numbers found on the clock.  He is given a magnetic pawn which sticks to the clock, and asked to move the
    pawn three times around the clock using his chosen number. He arrives at a new number on the clock. From there he
    moves through a branching path inside the clock using his same original number and arrives at his final number. Using that
    final number, he picks up the corresponding packet from the nine piles. He deals cards into two hands and each time
    eliminates his own cards. This is repeated until only one card remains. That card is turned over. The magician says,
    "recognize it? Well so did Alexander, after all, he's the one who knows." Of course, that turns out to be the original selected
    and lost card.

  • The card is not forced
  • The number chosen is not forced
  • No equivoque
  • Works 100% of the time controlled by hidden mathematical principles
  • Self-working with no sleights needed
  • Crystal ball appearance is designed into the pedestal. No sleights needed.
  • Limited Edition. All pedestals are number stamped and hallmarked
  • This effect is no way related to my other limited edition effect, The Rings of Alexandria, which is sold out.  

    What's included:

  • 6 page manuscript printed on glossy enamel paper with 13 color photos and illustrations
  • Metal backed Clock of Alexander Game Board
  • Blue and Gold trimmed Wooden Pedestal
  • Magnetic Pawn Playing Piece
  • 1-inch Crystal Ball with velveteen pouch
  • Custom Wooden Latched Case which holds all the props
  • Limited Edition Ask Alexander Deck of Playing Cards (Conjuring Arts Research Center)

    Price: Sixty Dollars + shipping
                                                                           (USA Priority Mail $12, International $24 Canada $20)


                                                The effect can also be performed with any deck of cards.
                                                           See photos below
                   The Ask Alexander Decks come in Cambric or Ivory Finish.
                     If you have a preference, specify desired finish in Paypal comments    
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Clock of Alexander Kit
(Included Foam Insert not in picture)
Full ColorManuscript
Wooden Prop Case
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