Third Method


This follows the procedure outlined in the Indirect Disclosure and the actions are those as shown in Figures 65 and 66. The Direct Disclosure is usually done by taking the face down card ana seeming to turn it face up. For magicial purposes, under certain conditions or effects, I consider this the weakest approache of all. This change, in most cases, seems to be made at the climax of an effect when all attention is at its highest point.

For the Direct Disclosure the initial card has to be palmed face outward. The face down card from the left is now taken into the right hand which seems to turn it face up to reveal it. The action is as in Figures 65 and 66 except card should be palmed face out and turned face up.

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