Sympathetic Silks

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Three silks are knotted and three other silks are free. The knots "travel" (or disappear) from the first set and come (or are recovering) on the other set.
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'''Sympathetic Silks''' is an effect in which three silks are knotted and three other silks are free. The knots "travel" (or disappear) from the first set and come (or are recovered) on the other set.
  
Created by [[Edward Victor]] & [[G.W. Hunter]] and presented for the fist time in [[1913]] at St. George's Hall, London.
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Created by [[Edward Victor]] and [[G.W. Hunter]] and presented for the fist time in [[1913]] at St. George's Hall, London.
  
 
Inspired by ''The Mysterious Knots'' in [[Magicians' Tricks, How They Are Done]].
 
Inspired by ''The Mysterious Knots'' in [[Magicians' Tricks, How They Are Done]].

Latest revision as of 20:53, 19 December 2011

Sympathetic Silks is an effect in which three silks are knotted and three other silks are free. The knots "travel" (or disappear) from the first set and come (or are recovered) on the other set.

Created by Edward Victor and G.W. Hunter and presented for the fist time in 1913 at St. George's Hall, London.

Inspired by The Mysterious Knots in Magicians' Tricks, How They Are Done.

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