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post or pm me some amazing impromptu mentalism tricks and you get the aom account.
how to enter:
post or pm me some amazing impromptu mentalism tricks and you get the aom account.
Will call this pen through anything trick
Display the bill in your left hand, and the pen in your right.
Crease the bill in the middle with both hands.
Hold the bill facing the audience and let the pen go behind it. And start folding the bottom part upwards.
Continue pressing up the bill with the left thumb and steal the tip with your right hands 3rd and 4th finger in the cover.
Stress the smoothness at this point. And while practising have in mind what it is supposed to look like.
Finish the movement with the left thumb and clip the bill with the 1st and 2nd finger of the right hand.
The tip remains clipped between the fingers.
Tilt the bill forward so that the cap is pointing towards the spectators and let the tip attach to the pen outside the bill while doing it.
This is done to convince the audience that the pen is lying inside the folded bill.
Tilt the bill back so it is straight in front of you.
Grab the cap with the right hand and seemingly push the pen firmly "through" the bill.
Making a nice "ripping-sound".
Put the index finger inside the folded bill and try to give it a convincing display as you pull the pen to the right.
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Group Levitation SecretAn interesting stunt where a person is lifted up into the air by the fingertips of a group. Interesting and mystifying theory. Read how it's done here.Effect: A person becomes seemingly weightless and may be lifted from a chair on the index fingers of four smaller people.
Although various explanations have been proposed, this classic stunt continues to mystify and amuse.
Stage 1: The person to be lifted ( choose a fairly heavy person ) should be relaxed but upright on a firm chair. Feet should be on the floor and their hands on their lap.The four assistants should stand two on each side of the person, one by each shoulder and one by each knee. Each assistant should make fists with both hands, then extend the two forefingers and touch them together, gently but firmly the two assistants standing by the shoulders, place their extended forefingers under the seated persons right or left armpit.The other two assistants place their forefinger under the seated persons left or right knee The person to be lifted thinks "down" and imagines him or herself to be sinking into the chair. In this position, the four assistants should try to lift the person.Stage 2: The assistants should now place their palms on top of the seated persons knee or shoulder and together, exert a steady downwards force. While they are doing this someone counts out loud from one to ten. On the count of nine, the four assistants quickly take their former positions with extended forefingers under the armpit or knee. On the count of ten, they try again to lift the person. The seated person should think"up" and imagine himself or herself rising into the air. If these instructions are followed carefully, the person will soar straight up into the air on the forefingers of the assistants.This trick is very visual and can really entertain a crowd.
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i'll try my luck here
i found this trick
1. “Think of any card” it's a wild guess but a spectator will almost always think of the Nine of diamonds, Ace of spades, Queen of Hearts or the Six of Clubs. Have each of those cards hidden on you in different pockets, remember which card is where so that you can reveal the hopefully chosen card.
2. “Pick a number between 50-100 with even and different digits.” Answer: 68.
3. “Pick a number between 1-1,000” Answer:333
4. Fan a set of cards with one face card and the 4Hin the center, nine times out of ten the spectator will pick the four because it's in the center and it appears uncommon. (i.e. 7C,AD,4H,KH,9D) . Have a duplicate 4H, already slipped into the spectators pocket and ask them to check the pocket after they have hopefully selected the 4H from your cards.
5. Borrow a coin from someone, secretly switch it with an already bent coin that you had in your hand and have them hold your coin in their hand.Tell them to concentrate and imagine that the coin that they are holding is bending. When they open their hand to examine the coin, they will think that the coin has bent while in their hand. Tell them that they have they have bent it with their mind! Just stick your coin in a vice and bend it previously to performing the trick.
Say some Blaine like things to help your magic such as: “Let me show you something strange, I'm going to try something, I've never done this before, It's bizarre, Do you (Did you) feel that? That's crazy, That's scary, Can I try something with you?”
Last edited by asafb; 10-03-2007 at 07:42 PM.
A weight on the end of a string, held by a spectator, swings back and forth in answer to the questions addressed to it.
Use a spool, a light fishing sinker, a rubber ball, or even a stone. Tie or tack a 12-inch length of string to the weight. On the other end of the string, tie a ring about 1?2 inches in diameter, or tie a loop of the same size in the end of the string.
Hand this "Swami" to a spectator, and have him place his right forefinger in the loop and hang the weight in front of him. Tell him to keep his finger extended, as if pointing, and to hold it very still. You are going to ask him some questions. He is not to answer, but Swami will, by causing the weight to swing to and fro for a "yes" answer, and in a circle for a "no" answer.
Ask him several simple questions that can be answered with a yes or no. No matter how hard he tries to keep his hand still, the weight will move and answer his question.
Why does it work? I don't know, but it does! Try it!
Haha if you can explain to me how this works, I'll give someone an Oink invite
I don't speak english therefore I can't write a tale here but I also would like the acc
i will try i know one: coin bite trick
The magician borrows a coin from the spectator and is seen to take a bite out of the coin.
preparation:Take a quarter and file one side of it down so it looks like someone has bitten a chunk of it off.
Method: Approach a spectator and ask them to borrow a quarter.
You already have the gimmicked quarter in palm position between your thumb and forefinger of your right hand. Take the quarter from the spectator and quietly move your finger and thumb and switch the coins.
Their coin is now slid to the back of your finger.
Magic Toothpick Trick
The magician shows a pan full of water with five toothpicks in the shape of a pentagon.
The magician takes his magic toothpick and dips it in the center of the pentagon. The five toothpicks fly apart, breaking the pentagon!
Someone from the audience says... oh, that's just what happens when you do that, it's not magic. The magician arranges the five toothpicks back into a pentagon and hands the person in the audience the magic toothpick. The person dips it in the center. Nothing happens. It really was magic!
Before the Audience - Preparation:
- a tinfoil pan (a pie plate or leftover Chinese food plate work well)
- 6 flat wooden toothpicks
- the magic ingredient: liquid dishwashing soap
Dip one of your toothpicks in liquid dishwashing soap. Set it aside for now.
Make sure your pan is clean. Rinse it well with water. Fill it quite full of water (but not so full that you're going to spill it).
In Front of the Audience - Preparation:
Arrange the five SOAPLESS toothpicks in the shape of a pentagon. Make sure the tips of the toothpicks overlap so your pentagon stays together. This can be a bit of a challenge the first time you do it, so practice arranging the toothpicks at home a few times first and consider arranging them while the audience is seating itself.
Now, when the audience is settled, let them look at the pentagon. They may have to stand to do this or you may want to do the trick on the floor with the audience around you in a U-shape.
Tell the audience that you've arranged the toothpicks into a special five sided shape called a pentagon and that you're going to cast a spell on the sixth toothpick to imbue it with some of your magical force so it will be able to break apart the pentagon. (big words always impress an audience *grin*)
Take out the sixth toothpick (the one that was dipped in dish soap) and wave your hand over it while chanting some magical words. Close your eyes and frown a bit so it looks like you're working on putting your magic into the toothpick.
Words you could chant: Alaka penta Abraka magic
Now, dip the magical toothpick into the center of the pentagon (Make sure you dip the soapy end in the water and try to get it as close to the center of the shape as possible -- the soap shouldn't be visible anymore). The five toothpicks will fly apart.
If you have a non-believer in the audience, offer to let them try the trick. Arrange the pentagon in the water again and hand them the magic toothpick. Let them dip it in the center. It won't work!
If the audience asks you to do the trick a second time, just tell them that it takes awhile to recharge your magical force. You have to rest before you can put more of it into a toothpick, otherwise you could lose your magic forever!
Throughout history, a lot of 'magic' has really been science disguised with a few silly words. This is one of those tricks.
All things (including water) is made up of tiny things called molecules). Water molecules like each other and stick together (that's why when a bit of water falls on a table or window, it blobs together in a little droplet).
The surface of the water has a layer of clingy molecules on it -- this layer is called the water's surface tension. The toothpicks were nice and flat so they were floating on this layer.
Remember that we dipped the sixth toothpick in dish soap? That's the real trick to this trick. The soap molecules break the surface tension of the water. This effect spreads out in an ever widening ring (like ripples in the water when you throw a rock in a lake). The molecules originally holding the toothpicks break apart. The molecules farther away from where you dipped the toothpick still have their surface tension (for a little longer) so they pull the toothpick toward them. Of course, eventually the "ripples" of soap hit those molecules too.
Once the soap is in the water, the surface tension won't come back. That's why the audience member couldn't recreate the trick. It will only work once and then you have to clean everything up and use new toothpicks to do the trick a second time. That's also why you have to be careful that your pan is well rinsed before you do the trick.
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