"Very simple, really. You start urith a strong effect —well, that almost goes without saying, doesn't it?
And you build up the conditions so that you can point out to the audience that if you can succeed under these conditions, it s a miracle.
And then, of course, you succeed-so they have to admit you work miracles.'"
^ A1 Koran (quoted in T.A. Waters' Mysteries)
I've always ueljevkd that the most baffling effects come from using indirect methods to produce direct effects. This next item uses a very indirect method to achieve a very direct, and very baffling, effect.
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