Oriental Conjuring and Magic

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Título Oriental Conjuring and Magic
Autor Will Ayling y Sam Sharpe
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Idioma Inglés
Tema General
Fecha publicación 1981
Editorial ...
Páginas 393
Tamaño ...
Formato Papel
ISBN ...

Este libro es casi una enciclopedia de magia india, china y japonesa.

Consta de dos partes. La primera parte es un índice, referencia y bibliografía compilada por Sam Sharpe.

La segunda parte, investigada y escrita por Will Ayling, describe los 101 efectos del índice de Sharpe.

Aprenderá sobre efectos fantásticos como enterrar vivo, tragar espadas, detener el pulso y encantar serpientes. También hay magia de cerca y magia escénica.


  • The Psychology of the Indian Conjurer
  • The Bamboo Rods and Strings (The Hindu Wands)
  • The Indian Link Trick. The Chinese Rings.
  • The Indian Sands. The Colour Changing Sands.
  • Producing Marbles and Leaden Balls from the Mouth
  • The Cups and Balls
  • The Broken and Restored Cotton
  • The Mango Tree
  • The Indian Basket Trick
  • The Bunder Boat
  • The Suspended Bowl of Rice. The Suspended Prayer Vase.
  • The Ring on Wand
  • The Cut and Restored String or Turban
  • The Egg Bag
  • The Appearance of Marks on the Hand
  • The Diving Duck
  • The Indian Rope Trick
  • Production of Snakes and Crocodiles in a Cloud of Dust
  • Snake charming
  • Running a Dagger into the Cheek. Piercing the Tongue, and similar feats. (See 73, 83, 86)
  • The Aerial Suspension. The Sword Suspension. Human Levitation.
  • The Production of Sparrows from a Basket
  • To Make an Article Travel of its Own Accord
  • Threading Beads in the Mouth. The Needle Threading Trick.
  • Changing Beans into Snakes, or Stones into Scorpions.
  • Eating the Leaves of the Prickly Pear
  • Laying One's Stomach on the Edge of a Sword, and Sword Walking
  • Causing Blood to Flow and Stop Flowing from the Arm
  • Eating Pounded Glass, and Dancing on Glass
  • Swallowing Pebbles, etc.
  • Sabre Swallowing
  • Invulnerability to Red-hot Iron, and Fire Walking
  • The Chinese Marble Trick and Other Sleights
  • Fire Eating and Smoke Blowing
  • The Japanese Butterflies
  • The Japanese Picture
  • The Bowl of Water Production
  • The Jumping Plume. The Jumping China Rabbit. The Jumping Duck.
  • The Japanese Obedient Ball on String.
  • The Feast of Lanterns.
  • The Dancing Figure (Chinese?)
  • Ropes Through Neck, Ropes, Rings and Coat, and similar Tricks.
  • The Hindu Lota. The Ching Ling Foo Can.
  • Flower Changing into Goldfish in Cup.
  • Twenty Colour Changing Coins.
  • Torn and Restored Paper.
  • Buried Alive.
  • Japanese Magic Mirrors
  • The Indian Cooking Trick
  • Ball of Wool Swallowed and Reproduced from a Cut in the Stomach
  • The Human Stove
  • The Production of Coconuts from the Performer's Mouth
  • The Ten Ichi Thumb Tie
  • The Rice Bowls
  • The Vanishing Rice (Japanese)
  • Snowstorm in Japan. Plum Blossom in the Wind. Autumn Leaves.
  • Tissue Changed into an Egg (Max Sterling Egg)
  • Instantaneous Incubation
  • Coins and String
  • The Flying Chopstick
  • Production from Box
  • The Broken Chopstick
  • Suspended Cups of Water from Fan
  • Japanese Postcard Divination
  • Fire, Water and Globe of Goldfish Produced from Tub
  • Vanishing Rice From Cup
  • Tapping Stick in Bottle
  • Water Passed from Bottle to Bottle
  • Plate Spinning
  • Japanese Boiling Water Ordeal
  • Vanished Ring Found in Egg
  • Coin Changed into a Stone
  • A Stone Lifted by the Eyes or Tongue (see 20)
  • The Ten Ichi Water Fountains (Japanese)
  • Swallowing a Barrel of Water (Burmese)
  • Sleights with Chickens (Port Said)
  • Yogi Gold From Fire
  • The Zulu Obedient Floating Log
  • Summoning The Scents (Indian)
  • Pulse Control
  • The Han Ping Chien Coins
  • The Hindu Talisman
  • Padlock Through Cheek (See 86, 20)
  • The Chinese "Chefalo" Knot
  • The Jumping Egg
  • Knife Through Nose
  • Silks From Mouth
  • Ring Changes to another Ring and Lump of Metal
  • Colour Changing Slips of Paper and Water
  • Escape from Ropes and Sack
  • Various Changes in a Small Box
  • The Indian Bow Trick
  • Water Frozen in the Hand
  • The Organ Pipes
  • The Animated Leaves
  • Long Paper Ribbon From a Bowl of Shavings
  • Shower of Nuts from a Handkerchief
  • Magnetic Arrows
  • Dismembering and Re-articulating a Man
  • The Indian Nose Ring
  • The Japanese Ever-Flowing Kettle