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The performer of the King Rising Levitation removes his shoe that is farthest from the audience and stands with that foot pointing outward. The illusionist then simply stands on the tip-toe of his bare foot while sandwiching the empty shoe against the other shoe. The bare foot is concealed from view of the audience by the foot nearest to the audience and by the illusionist's clothing. Unlike the Balducci effect, the King Levitation can be viewed from a wider angle without being figured out by the audience.
Originally posted by GrOuNd_ZeRo
I'm sick of people insulting others since they can't convince the other of what THEY think is correct.
I have never seen Blaine in person, but if a witness actually looked to see if he had a foot on the ground or not could attest to the fact that he can float, then wow...he most be really good.
I have alot of confidence in Paul Richards and his conclusions are correct, i've been personally aware of the Group Entity.
Originally posted by mwen
Criss Angel levitation is way better than that of the David Blaine...
For those who missed Criss Angel's Mindfreak premier yesterday, july 20, 2005, check this schedule...
Originally posted by Paul_Richard
I'd be interested to know if Criss Angel does materializations like Sai Baba and David Blaine. I've seen a couple of Angel's telekinetic spoon-bending tricks but have yet to see him materialize something out of thin air as the others have done.
Originally posted by James_Moriarty
Okay, im sorry, but i have to totally disagree with the entire notion that David Blaine has any TK powers or anything.