Shinko Nagisa's Twisting Arm Illusion (New Wave Thaumatology, Issue Four). Meir Yedid, Fred Kraus, Steven Schneiderman, Michael Carrion, Art, Photo.

Shinko Nagisa's Twisting Arm Illusion (New Wave Thaumatology, Issue Four)

New York: Meir Yedid, 1989.

Staplebound. 8 1/2" X 5 1/2". Unpaginated. Faint toning to edges of pictorial paper wraps. Pages are clean and unmarked. Binding is sound. With black-and-white illustrations throughout.

ABOUT THIS BOOK:
This is a totally impromptu routine which is easy to do and uses absolutely no props. The magician asks a spectator to copy his actions. Both place their hands palm down on the table and begin to turn them in a clockwise direction. The spectator is not able to turn his hand more than part way, but the magician continues to turn his hand in a full circle! One and a half times! This routine must be seen to be believed. On many occasions people have been so shocked that they actually screamed!(Publisher). Very good. Item #9897

Price: $20.00