I just received this gem from France’s master magic craftsman. Francois has a essentially trimmed down the classic wandering mummy to a fantastic close up piece. You tell a whimsical story about a tomb where a team of archeologists find a mummified cat that has a rare gem inside of it and the cat can levitate ( really!) and when put in a sarcophagus for safe keeping vanishes in one moment only to reappear in the next. What Fun this is. And of course this deluxe illusion is made out of the finest materials i.e. maple, ebony etc. No sleight of hand needed just a good presentation and you have a great micro magic illusion!
How many times have you been asked "Can you make my wife dissapear?" Well with this little gem from Howard Schwarzman, you can show a prototype of just that with this micro illusion. I’ve had more fun with this over the years and the best thing about it, it will fool everyone including magicians.
I don’t know where this thing comes from, Hungary, I think. I saw it at my fav magic emporium, and passed it up at first. But something made me think about those curious black cubes. Well I came back and bought them. To be perfectly honest it has taken two weeks to figure out the instructions. English is not the inventor’s main language. But having struggled though this and adding some finesse and alot of BS, it is one of my fav mental routines. My magic circle is quite astute, but after experiencing the Mental cubes they are clueless. Bravo Astor, keep it up but get a better Dictionary.
Well he has done it once again! The French artist Mr Danis, has made the ultimate paradoxical puzzle. Prof Moriarity has kidnapped Dr. Watson and proposes a sinister game with the great Detective, who will win? This amazing peice will have spectators talking to themselves. The solution is to fit not one but two tiles into a puzzle that perfectly fits its case. How is it done? Another mystery from Francois. I love performing this. The reactions are varied from stunned silence to WTF!!! Did I mention that wooden puzzle is a cabinet maker’s master work.
I always take my time unwrapping anything from Francois, this was no exception Its like time travel to Nautical Times where some crusty sea captain entertained his guests with the Dutchman’s Dominoes, a whimsical and Mysterious effect with ebony dominoes, exquisite in its detail. Bravo Francois!
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