Make The Magic Compass's Arrow Inexplicably Change Positions Again And Again
Includes Easy To Follow Step By Step Illustrations And Online Learning
Made From Long Lasting Materials
For Magicians Of All Ages And Skill Levels
The Magic Compass will mystify your spectators as the arrow inexplicably changes...
Show a small vase and pour out the water into a glass. Set the vase back down for several seconds and magically the vase has refilled itself. Again you empty out all the water and again once again it magically refills. You can repeat this process 4 or 5 times.
Vase stands 4 inches tall
Drop a signed coin in a plastic container. It vanishes and appears in a nest of boxes!
The magician displays a regular Bic pen, stating that it is an "electronic rating pen" with a computer chip inside which rates people on a scale from one to ten. He then places a penny on the back of a spectator's hand, stating that "this is a one...the lowest you can possibly be." With just a tap of the pen, the penny then visually...
You display a dime and penny with holes drilled through them. Stringing them on a cord, you invite your spectator to name one of the coins - the dime or penny. Let's say they name the dime.
Closing your fist, you invite the spectator to hold onto the ends of the cord. Then, you casually pluck the dime off the cord - leaving...
A coin is placed between 2 pieces of clear plastic then bound with rubberbands.
Magically the coin vanishes!
A steel ring is held at the performers finger tip. A second ring is touched to the bottom of the ring being held and it stays suspended! Magically the bottom ring begins to spin!A spectator may try but it won't work. Only the performer has the psychic ability.
A playing card is placed inside a case. The center section is then slid sideways. It really looks like the cardhas been cut into three sections. The middle is slid back to it's original position and the card is removed from the case completely unharmed.
Magician shows three pieces of rope. One long, one medium, and one short. The three pieces are folded in the magician's hand and when opened out again, all three pieces are seen to be the same length. Ropes can be restored to their original lengths.
A piece of solid plexi-glass mounted in a frame is carefully examined. Cards are fastened to each side of the frame. The magician then thrusts a pencil and other objects through the cards and the plexi-glass. The damaged cards are removed but the glass is unharmed and there are no holes. Easy to do!
The performer pours liquid into a glass from a soda bottle. He "absent-mindedly" lets go of the glass during the performance, and the glass stays suspended in mid air, as the liquid continues to pour. This model is designed for use with any standard plastic soda bottle with screw on cap. (Coke, Pepsi, Fanta, Sprite, etc) of any size from...
Here's a great little trick. Place a penny on a spectators hand. Tap it with a pen and instantly it changes to a real dime! Very visual and easy to do.
A set of domino shaped pieces showing different symbols is placed on the table. You predict which symbols will be on the ends when the dominos are all placed end to end. Your predictions are infallible. Works every time!
No sleight of hand involved. Different results nearly every time!
Designed to last a lifetime, this 16" long Gleaming Silver color metal rod comes alive in your hands! It rises up from under a handkerchief, then rises from its carrying case which is supplied, then moves horizontally right and left, and finally shoots itself... high into the air! Absolutely no threads.
An attractive case is shown with a black strip inside, held with a standard paper fastener. The black strip cannot be removed by the spectator, but after a magical pass, the Magician removes it easily. Pocket magic at its best!
A great gag item from Ian Adair that will bring loads of laughter. This realistic long stemmed rose jumps or slowly rises at the performer's command. Have it jump and "hit" a spectator on the chin when he tries to smell it, or use it for a more magical effect where the rose slowly rises as you pretend to water it. Complete and ready...
The magician takes a glass of milk and pours it into a paper cone.
He immediately opens the paper cone showing it dry and empty!
The milk has VANISHED!
You place a quarter in your mouth and apparently bite off a piece. Now while holding the coin the bitten off section visually re-appears. As seen on TV.
Everything you need to start making your own ballon sculptures. The kit comes with 100 balloons, a pump, and a DVD teaching the twists and techniques to transform balloons into delightful sculptures. Over 30 different sculptures are taught!
You begin by showing a small brass cube threaded onto a string. The string is held vertical so the cube slides down towards the bottom by gravity.
At the performers command the cube stops and remains suspended on the string.
The performer can make the cube stop and go anytime he desires.
Magician shows two 8 inch sticks. One stick has a long cord and the other a short cord. When magician pulls the short cord the long cord simultaneously becomes short. This is repeated several times. Audience suspects the cord is connected to the two sticks but magician separates the sticks and the cord still moves as if they were connected....
Performer displays a full deck of cards, showing that it has two holes going right through it. Spectator freely selects any card. The selected card is noted, replaced in the deck, and shuffled. A chop stick is passed through one of the holes. At the performer's command, the selected card swivels up from the middle of the deck. Easy...
A quick visual color change that adds an extra touch to your magic wand. The magician shows a magic wand that is red with gold tips. He waves it over a trick but nothing seems to happen. Realizing the magic wand is the wrong color, he draws it through his empty hand, and the wand changes to a regular black wand with gold tips. The...
High quality brass magic! The basic effect is as follows: The magician displays a two brass caps and a brass ring. He places the cap in the ring and a stack of quarters magically appears! The quarters travel from one cap to the other, penetrate through the solid brass, then vanish completely! Precision made.
Magician displays a mug full of milk or other liquid. A piece of newspaper is rolled into a cone.The magician then pours the liquid into the paper. The paper is crushed or opened and the liquid is gone!
Use any newspaper. The Milk Jug does all the work.