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drkptrs1975
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I know a lot of you will be mad at me for doing this, but I am going to expose the secret of every magic trick done.


Here is how to cut a woman in half. Here is how you do it, put her in a box, and take a saw and cut her in half, that is how you do it.

Here is how to make an airplane disappear, say the word and it is gone.

Here is how to escape from a tank of water while in chains, A lot of luck.

Here is how to find a choosen card, look for it.

Here is how to walk through a stone wall, Just run real hard, and you might get through.

Here is how to jump through a rotation fan with sharpe blades, just jump in and pray.

Here is how you levitate, just think about it, and it might happen.


Here is a secret to every magic trick, what did you expect, it is in te comedy section, hope you enjoyed.
mrunge
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Hah!!! Thanks for sharing. Now I know the secret.

Mark. Smile
KV Magic
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Here is a link to more "secrets".

http://members.aol.com/maskedmagi/indexorg1.htm#STATUE

Enjoy!

Keith
Greg V
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Hahahaa... I liked Keith's link. Very funny indeed. I especially like the part that said:
The Magicians Code
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1.Never Ever EVER Reveal
the Secrets of a Trick Ever!
2.We mean it DON'T DO IT.
3.NEVER even THINK about it
4.And Especially NOT on TV

HAhaha Smile It's only too bad that there are a lot of websites out there that actually do reveal secrets. but then again, as the saying goes - it's not the trick its the presentation.

-Greg
Formerly, when religion was strong and science weak, men mistook magic for medicine; now, when science is strong and religion weak, men mistake medicine for magic.
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Oh man that's great funny stuff. Yup that's a lesson to always keep close to you about keeping secrets LOL
Jonton
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This is one of my favorite sites to give to hecklers that confront me after a performance and are "serious" about learning the stuff that me and David Blaine do (I HATE being compared, but it happens). Just click a genre at the top and read all of the false explanations for every classic, and most ellusionist style effects...

http://mallusionist.com/

Enjoy!
~Jonathan
I Came, I Saw, I Conjured
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docmagik
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I love Mallusionist. I hope whoever made that site makes a bazillion dollars.

My favorite are his "tips" for memorizing a deck.

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To memorize the deck, the performer sings (silently) a little song, incorporating the names of the cards. For example, in this case the performer might silently sing:

Hank Houdini had some cards,
E-I-E-I-O
The first card was the ace of clubs
E-I-E-I-O
With an ace, ace here
And a club, club there
Here an ace,
There a club,
Everywhere an ace of clubs,
Hank Houdini had some cards,
E-I-E-I-O

This would be followed by:

Hank Houdini had some cards,
E-I-E-I-O
The next card was the three of clubs
E-I-E-I-O
With a three, three here
And a club, club there
Here a three,
There a club,
Everywhere a three of clubs,
Hank Houdini had some cards,
E-I-E-I-O


And then:

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For example, other tunes that might work with the above noted cards might be:

My eyes have seen the glory of the first card ace of clubs, it has trampled down the deck to where the three of clubs is stored, they are all afraid like crazy of the two of hearts's sword, the deck is marching on.

-----

My bologna has a first name,
It's a-c-e of clubs,
My bologna has a second name,
It t-h-r-e-e of clubs.
Oh I love to eat it every day,
And if you ask me why I'll say,
Because the two of hearts is next
For b-o-l-o-g-n-a

-----

Hey, Jude,
The ace of clubs,
Takes the three of clubs,
And makes them better,
Remember, the next card is two of hearts,
Those are the cards,
You must remember.

-----

Ace of clubs, just killed a man,
Put a gun against his head,
Pulled my trigger, now he's dead,
Three of clubs, life had just begun,
But now I've gone and have the two of hearts.
The Sorcerer
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Very funny guys!
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The Lawrence Welk of Switzerland was Whistle Geer who incorporated these memory treasures in his Modern Cards on Review cabaret tours of Western Europe in the 1950's. Dr. Jax introduced him to mentalism in Zargon.

Lucia
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Greg V
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Smile Mallusionist is even better. The funny part is some people will actually believe this stuff. I especially liked a definition of "Magician's Choice":
Magician's Choice is a principle that magicians use when they want a spectator to choose a particular item, say a card, dove, or method of punishment. The magician pretends that a free choice is being offered, but really the spectator has no choice at all.

Some methods of forcing a choice between two items:

1. The magician holds one item out and holds the other back under a hand, vase, or other item
2. The magician shows two items, but one is glued to the table
3. Two items are offered but one smells really, really bad or is cold, slimy, and foul to the touch (the audience will not notice this). Alternatively, the incorrect item may emit a mild electric shock, or the magician may sneeze on the item that is not to be picked
4. If the wrong item is picked, the magician says, "Really? Are you sure? I certainly wouldn't have picked that one. Are you completely sure?" until the right item is selected
5. If the wrong item is picked, the magician says, "Actually, that's not such a great choice. Here, let me choose for you."
6. If the spectator appears to be moving toward the incorrect item, the magician slowly shakes his head and says, "tut, tut, tut" in a half whisper. Alternatively, if the spectator sees the magician as adversary, the magician may make a greedy, hand rubbing gesture and grin widely if the incorrect item is reached for, causing the tricky spectator to switch choices.
7. The magician chooses an item for he spectator, based on the spectator's "aura"
No matter which item the spectator indicates, the magician hands over the "right" one. If the spectator complains, the magician says, "Sorry, it's too late to change your mind now."
These methods are, with obvious variation, applicable to larger numbers of objects.

Hilarious!!!! Had me laughing out loud for a few of those Smile
Thanks for sharing these great sites.
-Greg
Formerly, when religion was strong and science weak, men mistook magic for medicine; now, when science is strong and religion weak, men mistake medicine for magic.
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And rmember, folks, no threads, wires, mirrors, magnets, hidden assitants or escapng gas...
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