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by Lesley, Ted

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(Based on 2 reviews)
Category: Mentalism
Media Type: Trick

Product Description

A true miracle of ultimate PSI Power - telekinesis that will leave your audience spellbound.

The magician pushes a wooden toothpick into the middle of a matchbox. He then folds a small piece of paper into a pyramid shape and places it on the tip of the toothpick so that it can rotate freely. After covering everything with a glass, he begins to make magical gestures around the glass, never actually coming in contact with it. Suddenly, the paper starts to rotate, very slowly at first, and then picking up momentum. On his command, the revolving stops and the paper rotates in the opposite direction. Everything can be examined both before and after the effect. The paper can even be marked with an arrow and used to divine a selected item from objects placed around the glass. Or, perform it with your business card. Perform it anytime, anywhere - and completely surrounded. Comes complete with all the necessary props - you supply the glass.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003


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December 14th, 2002 6:50pm
Reviewed by Brad Henderson
Few things in magic are worth a hundred bucks. But let us be open minded and consider this offering from Ted Lesley.

For $100 you get the equipment and method to make a piece of paper move. Well, not a vanishing Lear jet; but sometimes, less is more.

However, in this case, it isn't.

First let me say that I have presented (successfully I have been told) bizarre magic and mental demonstrations for well over 10 years. I think bizarre magic is a viable genre for the working and amateur performer, and I am fully aware that with the right presentation/character/atmosphere the simplest of phenomena can become profound experiences.

I do not think, however, that a twirly piece of paper will become one of those moments. (Particularly given the movement requirements detailed below.)

Now, before anyone gets upset, let's answer a hypothetical question: Could someone with a killer presentation, a dynamic and commanding presence, and a flawless understanding of audience control turn... [Read More]
May 28th, 2010 12:04pm
Reviewed by Thomas Sciacca
When I first became aware of PARANORMAL, I was taken by both the effect, and that I could do it anytime (standing or sitting). At first, I wondered 'wow-a hundred bucks! Must be the matchbox.' I imagined a highly sophisticated micro-device hidden in the box, or, something along the lines of 'the matchbox reel'. What tipped me off to the modus operandi, was one ad which mentioned 'refills'-A 'google' later, and I easily found several sources for one of two 'somethings' that make this trick work. I must say, that one 'something' is easily obtained...but the 'other something', is NOT so commonplace. I considered it, and low and behold, there it was on the internet. I'll add, that the average person probably won't know of the exsistance of this 'something'-which, does NOT cost anywhere near the average price of PARANORMAL. Ten bucks, will go a long way-plus a few more for the other 'something' available at Radio Shack, or any hobby/craft store. Clearly, I can understand Brad Henderson's... [Read More]

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