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Santa Magic Hat
Magician is seen wearing a Santa Claus hat. He takes off the hat and casually shows the interior of the hat to be empty. As the hat is made of soft cotton, the opposite sides of the hat fold together and form the shape of a triangle. When he opens the hat a bunch of flower is produced from inside the hat.

 

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See through Blind Fold
This is a reputation-building magic with a very good publicity stunt like riding a Motor cycle or driving a car blindfolded.
The See Through Blindfold device allows you a straight direct vision through the blindfold in bright day light. This blind fold is not recommended for performing on stage for X-Ray Eyes. This should be used in open air in broad day light.

 
 

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Silk & Glass Mystery : 
The Performer displays an empty Glass and three small silks of different colors. He pushes two silks (say blue and yellow) one after another into the glass. The mouth of the glass is then covered with a piece of paper and locked with a rubber band. The glass is inverted and placed on the table. Finally the glass is covered with an empty cylinder. The third silk (say Red) is spread over the cylinder and pushed inside the cylinder with a magic wand. The cylinder is lifted. The Red silk is found inside the Glass in between the two different colored silks. The glass is inverted once more. The paper over the glass is torn and the silks are pulled out. The Red silk is found in the middle of a chain, knotted with the other two silks.

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Silk Off Hanger : 
A clothes hanger is displayed on which four different colored silks are tied. The spectator selects one of the colors of the silks. The selected silk miraculously unties it self and falls on the floor. This is repeated with the other three silks also. Each time the silks untie themselves and fall on the floor according to the selection of the spectator.

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Silk Through Mirror Small :
Performer displays a square shaped Mirror frame. He also displays a silk and used it for cleaning the mirror. Performer then insert the silk through frame, the silk in passes through the mirror. After penetrating the silk through mirror, performer displays the mirror clearly it is unharmed, with no trace of injury of any kind!

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Silk Through Mirror Wood
Performer displays a square shaped Mirror frame. He also displays a silk and used it for cleaning the mirror. Performer then insert the silk through frame, the silk in passes through the mirror. After penetrating the silk through mirror, performer displays the mirror clearly it is unharmed, with no trace of injury of any kind!

 
 

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Silk Thru Milk Glass :
The Performer displays an empty Glass and fills the glass with milk. He then pours out the milk and wipes the same with a handkerchief. He places a colored silk inside the glass. Now the Magician magically draws out the silk through an invisible hole at the bottom of the glass.

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Silver Appearing Cane: 
Magician keeps a coloured silk in his hand. He bows to the spectator and within a no time a silvering long stick 3 feet approx in his hand.

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Sing Sing Ring Box
This is solid brass box from which you can reproduce a vanished object like a ring, coin, paper currency etc. However, it has many advantages over other similar boxes. Such as you can keep it in view even before the object to be vanished is borrowed! A detailed description is given below.

 
 

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Sleeve Rolex Fan Multicolor
The Performer is seen to enter the stage absolutely empty handed. Suddenly he catches a glittering Japanese fan from thin air.

 
 

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Small Prediction
A wallet is on display at start of the routine.
Magician introduces a deck of cards and has a spectator select a card. The magician does not known what card has been selected. He picks up the wallet which he says has his prediction. He takes out a card from this wallet stating he had predicted that the spectator would pick this card. The spectator says that he has not picked this card. Magician appears disappointed, and takes out another card from the wallet but that too is not the spectator’s selected card.
Performer asks if the selected card was bigger or smaller (in value) than the two cards displayed. The spectator states it was smaller, and a smaller card (in size) magically appears between these two cards. The spectator denies is his selected card, and confirms his card was even smaller.
The magician again places the two cards together to make yet another card appear which is smaller than the previous one. But even this fails to match the spectator’s card. The magician asks if the spectator’s selected card was a very small number card. When the spectator nods his head for a yes, the magician makes an even smaller card appear from between the previous two cards and this time it is the spectator’s selected card.

 
 

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Soft Rope White
Rope magic is an essential and interesting branch of magic. There are several interesting ways by which a magician can use a piece of rope. Cut & restore, ring on rope knot etc. are but a few interesting rope magic’s. unfortunately till date the magicians had to depend upon the coarse ropes available in the market which were unsuitable for magic. Just imagine, you are performing your favourite cut and restore rope trick and the rope you are using denies to be cut. The rope used in magic should have such softness that it should be cut very easily as smooth as cutting butter with a knife. So we have produced these soft ropes which can be used in almost all types of rope tricks. They are thick for more visibility but soft for easy cutting. Use them and and you can’t be without them.

 
 

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Sorcerer's Scimitar :
The performer displays a Scimitar with a large dazzling blade. He then starts to rub the scimitar on his left forearm and pushes the same right in. The scimitar penetrates halfway through his forearm. The arm, with the scimitar pushed halfway through, is clearly shown all around. Finally the scimitar is withdrawn from the arm and shown once again. The arm is also shown unharmed.

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Sparkling Moon Complete : 
A large glittering ball, having several sparkling blue lights through out its body, floats on a cloth up and down, sometimes vanishes in a aerie manner.

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Spike through Glass
Performer displays a frame with front and back doors on a base. Both the doors have four holes on them. He opens the doors of the frame. A glass sheet within a small frame is seen. The Performer draws out the glass-frame and shows it freely. He then places the glass-frame inside the Frame and closes the front and back doors. Performer then introduces four spikes with handle. He then inserts the spikes one after another through the holes on the doors of the frame; the spikes apparently pass through the glass. After penetrating the spike through the glass, the performer withdraws the spikes, opens the doors and shows clearly that the glass is unharmed, with no trace of injury of any kind!

 
 

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Spike Through Tongue: 
The performer pushes a solid steel spike through his tongue. After the spike has penetrated, the tongue is displayed with the spike going through it in a most convincing manner. Finally the spike is removed, and the tongue is seen totally unharmed, with no holes or blood. This is similar to the Nail Through finger gag, but used as an authentic mystic feat by Indian street magicians and Tantriks. Convincingly presented, it has a very strong impact on the audience. The apparatus supplied comprises of a brass with chrome plated spike bent in the middle to go around the tongue.

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Spirit Nut – Small
You take out a brass nut from your pocket and hand out for examination. At the same time a string is also taken out and examined. The string is threaded through the nut. The former is held by a spectator at both ends and covered by a hanky. You put your hand under the hanky and mysteriously take out the nut. Everything can again be examined.

 
 

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Split Photo Frame
The magician shows a Photo Frame. A Big question mark (?) is seen in the Photo Frame. The photo frame is wrapped in a news paper and placed on a tray. A name of a personality, cartoon character or animal is selected. When the Photo Frame is unwrapped the selected picture is seen in the photo frame.

 
 

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Sponge Ball To Cube : 
The magician shows one sponge ball and one cube in each hand. The cube is placed into his closed other hand. He waves his right hand over the ball. When the left hand is opened, it is seen that both the things have melted into a solid cube!

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Sponge Ball To Rabbit :
The magician shows two sponge balls one in each hand. One Ball is placed into his closed other hand. He waves his right hand over the ball. When the left hand is opened, it is seen that the balls have been changed into a sponge rabbit !

 

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Spring Puzzle :
The magician shows a ring on a spring which is welded at both ends. A spectator is invited and requested to take out the spring from the ring. How much he tries, he can never get the ring out of the spring out of the spring. At least he will fed up and admit that the ring cannot come out because both the ends of the spring are welded. Finally, the magician simply blows on the spring and shakes it the ring falls off the spring visibly.

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Spring Wand :
A magic wand at no time becomes regid and immediate by broken or wave as magician desires.

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Square Circle Acrylic :
Attention of the audience is drawn by the performer to a cabinet having a cutout front with a golden metal tube inside. He lifts the golden tube from inside the cabinet, shows it empty and replaces it. He then lifts the cabinet, shows it empty and replaces it. Finally he begins to produce different objects like silks, glasses, flowers etc. from inside the tube.

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Square Square Production Acrylic
Attention of the audience is drawn by the performer to a red square tube having two parallel horizontal cutouts on all sides with a yellow square tube inside on a base. He lifts the yellow square, shows it empty. The inside of the red square is also seen through the cut outs. It is seen empty. He replaces the yellow square inside the red square. He then lifts the red square tube, shows it empty and replaces it. Finally he begins to produce different objects like silks, spring flowers, ribbons etc. from inside the tube.

 
 

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Square Square Production Acrylic Small
Attention of the audience is drawn by the performer to a red square tube having two parallel horizontal cutouts on all sides with a yellow square tube inside on a base. He lifts the yellow square, shows it empty. The inside of the red square is also seen through the cut outs. It is seen empty. He replaces the yellow square inside the red square. He then lifts the red square tube, shows it empty and replaces it. Finally he begins to produce different objects like silks, spring flowers, ribbons etc. from inside the tube.

 
 

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Squaring The Circle :
Performer explains how `Squaring a Circle` has been considered a mathematical impossibility for ages, but for a magician `nothing is impossible`. He displays a square made for Metallic Strips. In an instant the Square transforms into a circle, then back again into a Square, and so on as often as he wishes. 

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Star Burst Snow Storm : 
The performer displays a strip of white tissue paper. This is torn into small pieces which are dipped into a glass of water, then squeezed into a wad. Taking a fan, the performer briskly fans the wad of paper, as if to dry it. A few pieces of dry paper fly out of the hand. As he fans more briskly, more and more paper flakes files out, till thousands of flakes seem to fill the auditorium like a snow storm.

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Steel all through Hand
The Performer introduces a miniature Mortar and Pestle and a small steel ball. He makes his palm downwards and places the mortar on the back of his palm. Now he puts the steel ball into the mortar. The steel ball is now covered by the pestle. The pestle is pressed downwards. The pestle is not supposed to go inside due to the presence of the steel ball. But it goes inside and the steel ball is seen to drop on the table penetrating the mortar and the palm of the performer

 
 

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Steel Ball through Bolt
The apparatus consists of hexagonal block with a hole in the center large enough for a 5/8’’ steel ball to pass through, a steel ball, a threaded bolt, and nut.
The hexagonal block has a threaded hole to allow the bolt to be threaded through the entire block, and locked at the opposite end with a nut, apparently making it impossible to drop a 5/8’’ steel ball in the block to penetrate the bolt, and drop out through the bottom. But this is exactly what happens.

 
 

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Steel Ball Thru Glass
A small wooden box with holes on top and bottom having a glass sheet covering the entire inside is introduced. A solid steel ball is also introduced. It is shown that the ball has no way to pass through the holes due to the existence of the glass sheet. After removal of the glass sheet, it is also shown that the steel ball can easily pass through the holes of the box. Finally the glass sheet is replaced in to the box and the lid is closed. The performer now places the ball in to the top hole of the box. The solid steel ball passes right through the piece of glass sheet, comes out through the bottom hole and drops on the palm of the spectator.

 
 

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Stiff Rope Green
You show a coiled white rope. Hold it stretched between the hands. Suddenly leave one hand and the rope falls hanging down. Holding it once again and giving magical passes, it slowly turns stiff. Yes, you now hold in the middle and the rope extends from both sides as stiff as a stick. You break the magical trance and immediately it becomes flexible like an ordinary rope.

 
 

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Stiff Rope Red
You show a coiled white rope. Hold it stretched between the hands. Suddenly leave one hand and the rope falls hanging down. Holding it once again and giving magical passes, it slowly turns stiff. Yes, you now hold in the middle and the rope extends from both sides as stiff as a stick. You break the magical trance and immediately it becomes flexible like an ordinary rope.

 
 

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Stiff Rope Yellow
You show a coiled white rope. Hold it stretched between the hands. Suddenly leave one hand and the rope falls hanging down. Holding it once again and giving magical passes, it slowly turns stiff. Yes, you now hold in the middle and the rope extends from both sides as stiff as a stick. You break the magical trance and immediately it becomes flexible like an ordinary rope.

 
 

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Sucker Die Box Single Flap
The performer displays an empty double compartment box, with doors on front and top of box, and a solid Die. The Die is placed in one compartment and the doors are closed. The box is tilted, and the front door to that compartment is opened. The Die is seen in that compartment. The door is closed and the audience is asked to remember where the die is. The box is tilted, and he front and top doors to that compartment are opened. The die is seen to have vanished. The audience is not impressed, because they have heard the Die slide to the opposite compartment. They ask the magician to open the doors to the other compartment. The magician closes the door to the first compartment then tilts the box (the audience can hear the die sliding over), then opens the doors to the adjacent compartment to show that it is empty. This business of sliding die from one compartment to the other is repeated, till the audience is howling for all four doors to be opened. Finally, the Magician opens all four doors, and proves the die has in fact vanished. The solid die is found in hat, or some other container.

 
 

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Sucker Sliding Die Box Plastic
The performer displays an empty hat and a Die. He places the die into the hat. He then introduces an empty double compartment box, with two front doors and two back doors. The Die is taken from the hat and placed in one compartment of the box and the doors are closed. The box is then tilted, and the front and back doors to that compartment are opened. The die is seen to have vanished. The audience is not impressed, because they have heard the Die slide to the opposite compartment. They ask the magician to open the doors to the other compartment. The magician closes the door to the first compartment then tilts the box (the audience can hear the die sliding over), then opens the doors to the adjacent compartment to show that it is empty. This business of sliding die from one compartment to the other is repeated, till the audience is howling for all four doors to be opened at a time. Finally, the Magician opens all four doors, and proves the die has in fact vanished. At last the solid die is found in the hat.

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Super Candle Thru Silk
The Magician introduces two cylinders, one inside another, with two silks passing through two sets of holes on the wall of the cylinders making a cross inside. He then passes a lighted candle through the open mouth of the cylinder without causing any harm to the silks.

 
 

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Super Linking Rope : 
The Magician shows three ropes of three different sizes. Each rope has been alternately colored in red and yellow color. The performer folds the three ropes and when the ropes are opened out again, it is seen that the ropes are all of same size. The ropes are shown one after another. Now the performer makes three separate rings of ropes by tying the respective ends of the ropes and shows them individually. Suddenly the three separate rings of ropes get linked magically.

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Sure Shot Ribbon Penetration :
An inverted “U” shaped two walled Red panel with a hole in the centre is shown on the stand. A Blue ribbon is threaded through the hole. An inverted “U” shaped Blue plate with a hole in the centre is introduced. The Blue plate is dropped inside the panel through the slit provided on top of the panel. The hole of the plate matches with the hole of the panel. When withdrawn the ribbon is found threaded into the hole of the Blue plate.

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Surventry Tray :
The magician shows a flat folded board in his hand. He forms the board into a tapered box without top and bottom. He then shows the box empty and places it on a tray held by his assistant. He immediately reaches into the box and produces silks, flowers, ribbons etc.

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Sword Swallowing : 
The performer draws the attention of the spectator to a sword in his hand. He bends his head backward and open his mouth. Now he starts to insert the sword blade through his open mouth. With great surprise it is seen that the entire sword blade disappear in to the mouth. It appears that the performer has swallowed the entire sword blade and the tip of the blade must his reached in to his stomach through his throat. Only the handle of the sword is seen peeping from the mouth. The performer waits for a while. Finally takes out the sword from mouth slowly.

 

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Sword Thru Neck :
The magician displays a wooden frame which has a big round hole through the centre of it. A dazzling steel sword is seen in his other hand. He pushes the sword through a slit provided in the frame and it is seen that the sword passes right through the middle of the frame. The sword is taken out. The frame is then worn around the neck of a child and the sword is pushed in most dramatically. Apparently the sword is seen to pierce right through the middle of the neck and the edge of the sword comes out through a slit provided on the opposite side of the frame. The sword is then withdrawn and the frame is removed. The child is found to be unharmed.

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Sword Thru Waist : 
The magician displays a dazzling steel sword in his hand. A well dressed Lady Assistant is also seen beside him. Dramatically the Magician pushes the sword through a slit provided in the waist band of the Lady Assistant. Apparently the sword is seen to pierce right through the middle of the body of the Lady Assistant and the edge of the sword comes out on the back through a slit provided on the opposite side of the band. The sword is then withdrawn. The Lady Assistant is found to be unharmed.

 

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T V Card Frame :

In effect a card is selected, returned to the Deck and the Deck is fanned in front of the T.V. Card Frame. Magically the selected card appears between the previously empty panels. This may be done visibly or under cover of a cloth. 

 

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Teleporting Dollar
A dollar taken from a very small box is vanished from the closed fist of the magician. The dollar magically reappears into the box as if teleported from the closed fist to the box.

 

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Tell O’clock – Plastic : 
A nicely decorated small box with sliding door is introduced. When the lid is slid downwards a small dial of a clock is seen mounted inside the box. But this clock is having the hour denoting hand only. Spectator is asked to mentally select any hour between 1 and 12. He is further told not to select any time which have some minutes after the hour. That means, the spectator will have to select the times 1 or 2 or 3.... up to 12. After the selection has been made the spectator is instructed to rotate the hand to show the selected time and slide the lid to cover the clock. The performer now goes a few steps away and remains standing back to the spectator to ensure not to have any glance.

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Tell O’clock – Wood :
A nicely decorated big box is introduced. When opened a big dial of a clock is seen mounted inside the box. But this clock is having the hour denoting hand only. Spectator is asked to mentally select any hour between 1 and 12. He is further told not to select any time which have some minutes after the hour. That means, the spectator will have to select the times 1 or 2 or 3.... up to 12. After the selection has been made the spectator is instructed to rotate the hand make the clock show the selected time. The performer now goes a few steps away and remains standing back to the spectator to ensure not to have any glance.

The spectator rotates and fixes the hand at his selected time.
The box is then closed and locked.
The performer comes forward. Lifts the box in hand and shows all sides of the box to the spectator saying that the box is totally closed and there is no way to know from out side of the box the time of the inside clock.
The spectator inspects the box and confirms that it is impossible for any person to tell the time shown in the inside clock unless he knows it. Leaving the box on the table the performer now asks the spectator to think of the time he selected. He is further asked to concentrate his thinking deeply on that particular time.
The performer pretends to read the mind of the spectator. After some by play the performer correctly announces the spectator’s selected time. Finally the box is opened. The time is shown in the clock matches correctly with the announcement of the performer.

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Telling Time : 
A nicely decorated big box is introduced. When opened a big dial of a clock is seen mounted inside the box. But this clock is having the hour denoting hand only. Spectator is asked to mentally select any hour between 1 to 12. He is further told not to select any time which have some minutes after the hour. The performer now goes a few steps away and remains standing back to the spectator and tells the exact time of the said clock.

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Throw Coil Mylar Boxed :
As you enter the stage and make a throwing motion towards the spectators, hundreds of micro glossy mylar ribbons shoot out towards the spectators like a fountain. A real eye popping magic.

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Throwing Coil :
As you enter the stage and make a throwing motion towards the spectators, hundreds of micro paper ribbons shoot out towards the spectators like a fountain. A real eye popping magic.

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Thumb Cuff Escape : 
These thumb cuffs are not gimmicked. They are same as regulation cuffs used to restrain convicts. Since they are real thumb cuffs without gimmicks they can be examined with no fear of detection. They can be examined by the audience to their complete satisfaction.

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Thumb Tip Blendo : 
Performer displays four separate tiny silks of different colour, counts them one by one, and pushes the silks into his left fist. When the fist is opened it is revealed that the four tiny silks have blended into a bigger silk four times larger in four different colours.

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Thumb TIP Change Bag
Thumb Tip Change Bag is an utility prop. You have to use this prop along with another secret accessary called ‘Thumb Tip’. You can do miracles with the aid of these two ingenious accessaries. You can vanish, appear or change the color of a small silk with the help of these two devices.

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Thumb TIP Lavitator
You can float any mobile, Pepsi can, sunglass, gent’s wrist watch, plastic container, ball etc. between your tow hands in mid air!

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Thumb TIP Rubber
The Thumb Tip Rubber is a soft thumb tip with flesh color is suitable for vanishing or appearing small objects like silk ribbon etc. You may also produce salt with the help of this gimmick.

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Time Trapper Clock :
A picture of a clock sealed within a transparent sheet changes its time to the time selected by the spectator.

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Torch To Rose :
  A lighted torch instantly transforms in to a red life like rose.

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Traveling Knot
The Performer is seen holding a rope with a knot in the middle. He grasps the knot in middle of the rope with one hand and draws the knot through the rope. The knot is seen to have travelled to that end of the from the middle. Next the performer holds this knot with other hand and draws the knot along the rope in similar fashion. But this time the knot only travelled to other end of the rope but also changed its color from white to red. Finally the Performer once again draws the knot out to leave the rope. The knot is seen to have vanished. And the color of a short portion of the rope is now found to be red.

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Tube & Canister Mystery : 
A Tube with a borrowed Wrist watch within it vanishes from inside a Red Tube and found inside a White Tube previously shown empty. At the climax, a Gold Fish swimming within a glass if water is found when the red Tube is lifted.

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