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1. Seated levitation
Some magicians managed to create a sensation with their levitation tricks. They often show levitation a few feet above the ground. Well, there's a metal frame across the shoulders and down the arm of the jacket to help hold him up.
2. Walking on Water
Do they really walk on water or do they trick us into thinking that they are walking on water? The answer is that the magicians just create an illusion. Like many well-known tricks, the secret is simple...to have the right equipment. In order to perform this trick, magicians are using plexiglass pillars. Plexiglass has a refraction index very similar to that of water.
3. Bullet Catch
The bullet catch is a conjuring illusion in which a magician appears to catch a bullet fired directly at them...often in their mouth or sometimes in their hand. The simplest form of the bullet catch is when the gun fires blanks. The target through which the 'bullet' passes is set to destruct using a squib. All the performer must do is keep the bullet in his mouth until ready to produce it.
4. Sawed or Cut in half
The 'woman sawed in half illusion is an old classic. There are, however, two variations on this trick. One using fake legs and the other using two women.
5. Floating Woman
The trick begins with an assistant laying on a table in front of the magician. Then the crowd is amazed when the magician suddenly removes the table and she is still levitating. The woman involved in the trick usually wears a long flowing dress that covers up the real magic in this trick...a mechanical levitation device hooked onto the magician.
6. Michael Jackson dance move
Remember that unreal lean Michael Jackson did in the music video for “Smooth Criminal? In this trick there is a special catch in the heel of the shoe, which attaches to a lift. This allows the performer to lean over their center of gravity and then effortlessly stand back up straight.