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On the table are two empty transparent glass. Omit one of them brightly colored small ball. Raise both glasses up and pretend non-existent pour water from a glass without bulb in a glass ball. Water actually no, but the ball rises in the glass higher and higher. Finally, the ball rises to the top of the glass. Lower the ball into the vacant glass and repeat all over again. Non-existent water again raise the ball up. Remove the bulb and glasses flip upside down. The water in the glasses there.

What's the point? The ball is connected to the suit by a thin thread. It does not interfere with the ball.

The trick with invisible water and ball

When you pour the non-existent water, you need hands a little push forward. Then the thread will be pulled. Is to promote hands a little forward, as a stretched string will raise the ball in the Cup up. It seems that the ball "floats" in the glass.

Valery Postolati. "Merry magic" (M, "Panorama", 1992)

The young magician-illusionist
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2013-12-21 22:19:18
2013-08-21 21:33:38
Class prikolno I played a friends
2013-08-16 20:42:35
I can suggest a really cool thing! If it is not possible to buy professional invisible thread, you can use the line transparent color with a thickness of 0.06 mm Is cheap and it is almost not visible, even with 2-3 steps. Even nemalovajnuy role of the artistic ability of the magician.
2013-07-28 18:00:00
Lera-thread pull from Lidochka,chulock,kolgotochki good you hope mnogochasovuyu thread with 3-5 steps are virtually invisible.
The Evangeline in the circus don't go
2013-07-26 20:49:05
excellent! and you she will explain just need to ball attach the white thread and go to three mid-step and show you this cool trick!!
2013-07-24 12:09:46
2013-07-06 21:44:25
You need to try, because the tricks I rarely get(( Well I'll try.
2013-06-28 10:53:44
and the thread that shows
2013-06-09 15:18:57
bought for 500 rubles

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