Magic download (video) by Jamie Daws and The 1914
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Magic download (video) by Jamie Daws and The 1914 ($25.00)

A magnificently simple and direct way to gain secret information. “Steal” by Jamie Daws is the next-generation window envelope.

“Steal” is a uniquely-designed, powerful principle that enables you to secretly obtain written information that is sealed inside an opaque envelope. It’s like having a huge window right into their brain. The craziest part is that you can give them the envelope to examine. They can even keep it if they want.

No strange materials, no glue, no billet switching, and no difficult moves. They write on the billet and you impossibly know their secrets. It’s that direct and unlocks limitless potential.

While some similar peek ideas are overly complex, the beauty of “Steal” is in its simplicity. It’s a tremendously practical dream utility for mentalism workers.

This 1.5 hour download will show you how quick and easy it is to make this ingenious gimmick and teach you everything you need to get the most out of it. This includes three insanely powerful, hard-hitting mentalism routines that utilize the devious “Steal” principle.

"This is a really fun method and a STEAL at this price. Jamie's gimmick will allow you to peek secret info while the spectator is watching like a hawk. It's a smooth method that uses natural movements making it look invisible." Shaun Dunn

Learn Jamie Daws' most impenetrable secret. Download “Steal” today!


Customer reviews for Steal



Great video production, twelve seperate videos which all have headers, this is how it should be produced, brilliant.Great teacher, very easy to make, Jamie goes over every detail that you need to no, often repeating the instructions. For reference, I bought my envelopes in my local WH Smiths shop, so If you like Mentalism this is suitable For a beginner right through to a Pro.
Just Brilliant once you no the secret.



The Steal envelope is truly a STEAL. Easy to handle, logical and motivated. I haven't used envelopes in my routines for several years because they seemed unnecessary. I will use the steal envelope often and for several different routines. It's that good.



So far so good

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  • Andrew asks: Are the envelopes readily available in the United States?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: Yes!, The download explains what envelopes you need & where to purchase them
  • Les asks: Do we need to purchase envelopes or how to make them or both?

    • 1. Jim answers: This is a download. You will need to purchase your own envelopes and prepare them.
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  • Tom asks: Am I just not seeing this correctly? Does he not have one envelope in his hand…the billet goes in and then he reaches in and pulls out another envelope ( presumably with the billet) from the one he hands the spectator to do “the licky-sticky thing”? I don’t mean to be harsh but it was like a second envelope appears out of nowhere. Am I not understanding the flow?

    • 1. Jim answers: It is a small stack of envelopes. This may not read well on the trailer, but the stack looks fine in person.
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  • Edward asks: How difficult are the arts and crafts? How long does it take to prep one envelope?

    • 1. Jim answers: Really easy. Depending on your experience and skills, a *few* seconds.
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  • Jake asks: Are the included routines mainly oriented at stage or close up?

    • 1. Jim answers: Close up. But some can be adapted to stage.
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  • Tim asks: The envelope can be handed back to the spectator to keep, which is good. But will the spectator be able to open that envelope later and see their billet inside? Thanks

    • 1. Jim answers: Yes, he will be able to.
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