Aga Levitation

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Aga Levitation, invented by Albert Winkler (Venturini) of Germany, was a popular levitation in the early 1900s until Servais Le Roy introduced his levitation illusion Asrah in 1914.

The person to be levitated lies uncovered on some sort of couch and then starts to float in mid-air. A hoop is then passed around the person, twice.

References

  • Levitation: Physics and Psychology in the Service of Deception By Jim Ottaviani, Janine Johnston ISBN 0978803701 (2007)
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