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Buddha Money Mystery

(Based on 1 reviews)
Category: Close Up
Media Type: Trick

Product Description

A bill or other small object wrapped inside a packet consisting of four different colored papers vanish, reappear or change. Hold the packet in your hand. Open the outer cover, revealing another packet. Turn it over and open it, revealing a third packet. Open the third packet, revealing still another packet inside. Now ask a volunteer to loan you a bill, fold it and enclose it in the center packet, folding and enclosing each packet in turn until the outermost paper is folded. Don't panic, this is much easier than origami. Now unfold the packets again and, to the utter astonishment of your bemused and bewildered audience, the bill has disappeared.
Date Added: Mar 16th, 2003
MLA SKU: Ehg4CG7Hrb3BZ6y


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September 23rd, 2010 6:16am
Reviewed by Thomas Sciacca
A magician friend/demo guy, recently talked about some of the items in his shop, which he thought were strong. His TOP trick, was 'Crystal Coin Case'. Along side of that was the Buddha Money Mystery. Both of these, are low priced items, which are traditionally sold and targeted towards young begginer magicians. I'll add that my friend, Ryan, is a highly talented performer, and handles playing cards like the master he is. So, to hear him speak in such high terms about the two trick I just mentioned, is based on his experience as a performer and salesman.
Of course, I've had Buddha money mystery for years. These days it's done up in paper that one can find in any copy or office supply store-bright, commercial, and eye catching. As a visual artist, I am well aware of how many kinds of beautiful, handmade papers can be found in specialty shops-papers from Asia, East India, the Middle East-and also this country. I so love the simplicity and mystery of this old trick, that I... [Read More]

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