Fat Burning Soup Recipes
The handkerchief is rolled up very small and is held between the soup plate and hand, while the performer is calling attention to the plate. When in the act of laying the plate down, under cover of the plate drop the handkerchief. Vanish as follows A small ball of any suitable material about an inch in diameter and with an opening on one side of it about half an inch in diameter is attached to a wire loop. This loop is slipped over the thumb of the left hand. Performer takes a small silk handkerchief and works it into the hollow ball and under cover of the right hand slips the rubber ball over the hand and allows it to hang down at the back of left hand. Palms of both hands can now be shown empty, performer picks up soup plate in his left hand and exhibits the duplicate handkerchief underneath and holds soup plate in his left handk and under cover of the plate drops the handkerchief and vanisher on servante and carelessly calls attention to the back of the hands. This can be done very...
This experiment was a favorite of Beautier DeKolta, a famous Magician of days gone by. To DeKolta's original version, Servais LeRoy, prominent Magician, added interesting wrinkles and used the experiment on his programs for a long time. A number of years ago, Eugene Laurant, another light in the Magic world, became fascinated with LeRoy's clever handling of the soup plate and handkerchiefs. He varied the effect a little and added it to his program, where it has been a popular number ever since. Almost every modern Magician has had this interesting effect in one of its many versions in his repertoire. Performer places a piece of folded newspaper on seat of a chair and on this an empty soup plate, bottom up. He picks up two silk handkerchiefs, rolls them up in his hands, and causes them to vanish. Suddenly he lifts up the soup plate and there, under it, are the two handkerchiefs. 2 -A soup plate or dinner plate.
HE performer introduces an ordinary soup-plate, which he shows freely For this a false bottom is required, fitting into the plate, and made out of strong white cardboard, the upper side of which is covered with white glazed paper. Previous to the trick, a handkerchief is placed on the soup plate, which is a white china one and is then covered by the false bottom, the edge of which is beveled to ensure a proper fit of the bottom in the plate, which if properly prepared, may be freely shown from both sides, the presence of the false bottom being practically impossible to detect. To prevent the bottom from falling out while the plate is shown, the performer holds it in place with his fingers. In inverting the plate on the table, the bottom drops down and the hidden handkerchief is liberated, being afterwards discovered under the plate.
While exhibiting the handkerchief, the performer picks up the black pin and secretly hooks it into the center of the handkerchief, which he now places on the lower soup plate, and taking the second plate, inverts it on the first one. While the two plates are still about half an inch apart from each other, the assistant gives a quick pull to the thread, by which process the handkerchief is drawn out from between the two plates with lightning like rapidity and flies into the body of the table. This disappearance is so quick and indiscernible, that the author in performing the trick even made so bold as to allow a spectator to stand in front of the table and to place the second plate on the lower one, without him detecting the modus operandi. The appearance of the other handkerchief between the plates on the right table is worked on a somewhat similar principle. From where the assistant is stationed, is led along the floor another thread, which passes through a staple in the floor,...
The requirements for this trick are an ordinary, deep soup plate and two metal receptacles which are japanned white and are open on their rear side only. Their shape conforms to that of the soup plate, under the rear of the rim of which these two receptacles, each of which contains two silk handkerchiefs, are attached by means of adhesive wax. From where the spectators are seated, it is impossible to see these holders, for which the well known, small hand box may also be substituted. This method resembles the one, an improved arrangement being however resorted to, which dispenses with the holders altogether, two rubber bands, which are stretched over the two parcels of handkerchiefs, being used instead. By means of a tolerably large pellet of wax, each parcel is stuck to the rear part of the lower side of the soup plate used. Otherwise the method of producing the handkerchiefs does not differ from the one used in the last trick, the only difference being that there are no holders to...
This experiment was a favorite of Beautier DeKolta, a famous Magician of days gone by. To DeKolta's original version, Servais LeRoy, prominent Magician, added interesting wrinkles and used the experiment on his programs for a long time. A number of years ago, Eugene Laurant, another light in the Magic world, became fascinated with LeRoy's clever handling of the soup plate and handkerchiefs. He varied the effect a little and added it to his program, where it has been a popular number ever since. Almost every modern Magician has had this interesting effect in one of its many versions in his repertoire. Performer places a piece of folded newspaper on seat of a chair and on this an empty soup plate, bottom up. He picks up two silk handkerchiefs, rolls them up in his hands, and causes them to vanish. Suddenly he lifts up the soup plate and there, under it, are the two handkerchiefs.
Take your time and pick out books that you would read to your child. Usually children's books will have some kind of moral or lesson to teach. Those will be fine. If children's books aren't of interest to you, perhaps autobiographies of great people, stories from the Chicken Soup of the Soul series, or stories of miracles or people achieving success regardless of the odds they face.
As long as Bandler was able to control the frame, he was able to determine the outcome of the interaction. He succeeded in placing the audience in a double bind that went something like If you do not try to help me, you are wrong but if you try to help me, you are wrong. It was excruciating for some people, and frustrating for others. In fact, in response to Bandler's continued question, Can't someone help me , a woman finally responded, Can I get you some chicken soup
Two, three, or four soup bowls are on the table, tops down. Performer casually turns two of them up, looks inside, and replaces them on table. He then rolls a piece of tissue paper into an inch-size ball and places this on table over to right. Picking up a bowl in each hand, he places left-hand bowl down on table to left and covers ball of paper with right-hand bowl. He says that he will cause the ball to jump over to the opposite bowl, but on lifting the bowls, it is seen that ball is still in the same place. Magician then places right-hand bowl aside. Saying that he will make the ball jump, he picks it up with his right hand and places it under the left-hand bowl. In a moment left-hand bowl is lifted, and the ball has mysteriously changed into an egg. Egg is then covered with bowl and uncovered again, only to have changed into a frog. Explaining that the egg did not hatch right, magician covers the frog and when he uncovers it, out comes a baby chicken in its place. 1 -- Two or...
Or imagine you're dining with friends at a favourite restaurant, and you have ordered the tomato soup. Do you really want the chef to be thinking, Well now, everything we know about human nutrition, and every ounce of gastronomic training I have, suggests that I should not add a large dose of cyanide to this soup. But hey, I'm going to keep an open mind. Maybe it will taste better, and everyone will love it.
The girl assisting you is holding the pan in one hand, and the instructions in the other. She comes to the part . . . Mix with a spoon so you turn to your table and bring forward a spoon, soup spoon size. This is handed to her, and as you take away the instructions you also turn away. Then you look back quickly to find out why the audience are laughing so
Licks it with his naked tongue several times, and carries it around the room between his teeth. 5. He fills his mouth with red-hot charcoal, and broils a slice of beef or mutton upon his tongue, and any person may blow the fire with a pair of bellows at the same time. 6. He takes a quantity of resin, pitch, bees'-wax, sealing-wax, brimstone, alum, and lead, melts them all together over a chafing-dish of coals, and eats the same combustibles with a spoon, as if it were a porringer of broth (which he calls his dish of soup), to the great and agreeable surprise of the spectators with various other extraordinary performances never attempted by any other person of this age, and there is scarce a possibility ever will so that those who neglect this opportunity of seeing the wonders performed by this artist, will lose the sight of the most amazing exhibition ever done by man. Soup--boiling tar torches, glowing coals and small, round, super-heated stones. His last appearance in Paris was most...
A common soup plate is shown together with a sheet of ordinary newspaper. The paper is put on the table and the plate placed on it with the eating side down. One or two handkerchiefs are now shown and vanished by any favorite means or appliance. Upon the plate being lifted, the handkerchiefs are found underneath. Dependent heretofore upon a soup plate with apeclal flap, this maneuvre will find favor with non-apparatus magicians. It is simply a olever steal of the load from behind the table upon which you are working. The only gimmick necessary is made in a few minutes from two paper clips and a thumb tack. Chain the two clips together so that the double loops (the end paper goes in) are away from each other* The thumb tack is used to tack one of the clips to the back of the table so that the other clip hang free. Of course, duplicate hanks are used, one or two (if two are used have them small slse) of which are folded and placed In the free paper clip. Show soup plate and plaoe It on...
Cold reading is the description of the personality, characteristics, features, past experiences, and sometimes the future of a person without the use of standard psychological or other formal diagnostic procedures. It is presented as coming from psychic channels, auras, astrological sources, tea leaves, lines in the palm, or almost anything else ranging from soup to nuts.
For example, try wrongly pronouncing words deliberately so that the kids shout out the proper pronunciation. They love doing this, it makes them feel so good correcting an adult on something so 'obvious.' You could say abracadoobry for the magic word instead of abracadabra for example. Or you could name items incorrectly such as calling a handkerchief a can of soup. Insist that it's a can of soup and see how quickly the kids correct you
Here's my problem I do a lot of lapping, but sometimes the coin misses my lap and goes into someone's soup or pizza. Usually no one's paying attention to me anyways, so when this happens they're still fooled. So what do I do Should I make some excuse like, Excuse me while I remove this dead cockroach from your Garlic Bread and then under cover of the surprise I secretly steal the coin Or should I make a trick out of it like, And believe it or not the missing coin is now inside your antipasto Or should I just leave the money where it is and move to a cheaper apartment I wouldn't mind doing this except I'm afraid that I won't be able to afford to keep this job. Boy Now that would make me feel really dumb. Please help me Mr. P.H. I'll do anything to avoid going back to my old job of making balloon doggies for a living.
Anthony also sent along With a Chinese Menu in His Hand, a mental effect using a simulated menu from a Chinese restaurant. Here's what happens The magician introduces a prediction which is placed aside. He then brings out a Chinese restaurant menu. A spectator decides on an appetizer, a soup, and an entree. He does this by choosing from Column A or Column B for each item. The food item selected is written down. Then, three other spectators are given groups of playing cards, and, using these cards, they determine the prices of the three food items. The prices are totaled, and the total is recorded. Finally, the prediction is opened, and it is seen that magician has correctly predicted the food items and the total.
Chinese scenery, tables, &c., and two square tables one on each side of stage near footlights. Performer enters with three attendants all in Chinese costume. Removes cloak shows soup plate, dips plate in large box of bran and removes another plate with dummy bran cover concealing three doves. Gives plate to attendant and covers it with another empty plate, fans plates, then removes top plate and with it dummy bran cover, and attendant throws doves in the air. Apparently three plates are used the doves might be kept in position in trick plate in box by the use of a weight and the cover provided with air holes.
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