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Do you believe in Magic?

Thursday, March 05, 2020

Yes, I believe in Magic!

I was once pulled from the audience to be the object of a magic trick. They were still learning. They put a large metal cylinder open on both ends on my head and said they were going to bake a cake.

They poured in water, flour, cracked an egg, and threw in a lit match. I felt the heat, but not the other items. When they took off the cylinder, there was an orange on top of my head (and a little egg).

I kept the orange as asked. Later during another trick they asked me to throw it back. They peeled the top and pulled a rolled up playing card with a corner missing out from the center of the orange.

It matched the corner piece of the current trick, even though that card had been chosen by the volunteer, ripped up into several pieces, and the volunteer chose which one piece to keep... HOW?!?!?

I don’t want to know!

P.S. Here is one of the best.





This is a 35 minute long video of Mat’s appearances on AGT on his way to winning the top prize.
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  • WONDERGALE
    Interesting! emoticon
    152 days ago
  • RETIREDSUE
    AMAZING what magicians can do and being part of the 'act' would certainly make a believer of most - if not all! It sounds like such an interesting experience - know how it's done would definitely spoil the "MAGIC"

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    153 days ago
  • PATRICIA-CR
    Cool! I know behind magic there's someone very talented performing those tricks to make them seem magical. Very entertaining!
    153 days ago
  • FRANNIEDID
    What fun! I love to watch Brain Games and they have a mentalist that does things that just boggle the mind! I believe in magic too!
    153 days ago
  • no profile photo ELRIDDICK
    Thanks for sharing
    153 days ago
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