View stunning SlideShares in full-screen with the new iOS app!Introducing SlideShare for AndroidExplore all your favorite topics in the SlideShare appGet the SlideShare app to Save for Later — even offline
View stunning SlideShares in full-screen with the new Android app!View stunning SlideShares in full-screen with the new iOS app!
Magician Los Angeles
Is it real supernatural power or simply a slight of hand? Regardless of exactly what the reason, magic is
always entertaining. Viewing a professional magician will stump even the most sharp-eyed observer.
This week end, a Los Angeles magician put on a display that will not soon be-forgotten by spectators.
The level of skill and mastery of his craft was far beyond the expectations of the on-lookers as the
magician levitated 100-feet in the air, allegedly without the usage of ropes, cables, or propulsion. Then
he proceeded to fly across the open-air place, decreasing all speculation of the use of thin or
undetectable wire. Land using the utmost grace, he then proceeded to fly-back to the stage, and simply
walk to the crowd and enable the onlookers see up close that nothing was attached to him.
Magic actions with this natural have already been presented in the past, and always bring a crowd. In
1999 still another magician Los Angeles was able to rise in the air, entertaining a crown of over 5000
viewers. Though this wasn't the initial time a levitation magic trick were presented, it had been the first
time it was done in a open air site, enhancing the believability and reach of the act Other actions, like
disappearing, knife magic trick, and card tricks are always entertaining, but something regarding the
capacity of flight gets people gasp and wonder. Maybe it's the look of getting a superpower that draws
individuals to flying magic. On the last hundred and fifty years, maybe not only gets the skill for
individuals to travel through the air been realized, but other media, including comics and movies have
impersonated super heroes and protagonists with the capacity to fly unassisted. Just as these books and
shows have attracted viewers, so have the bewitching actions demo this abnormal ability.
While it's likely the act can definitely be explain by some physical justification, the inquiry remains, do
folks actually want to know what it is, or would they instead just be entertained? Perhaps it is the
seeming credibility of the act that attracts the bunch. Clearly, people maintain they would like to
understand the way that it had been done, although not knowing is what attracts them in. The
appearance of an individual with unnatural capacities is intriguing and stumps the brightest brains. It
sets all onlookers on a level playing field. The only person who knows the solution is the magician.
People like to suppose and wonder. The more preposterous the action, the more of a bunch it will
attract because no one considers it could be done. Folks prefer to believe it is genuine and therefore
they'll continue to show up. As technologies improves, the potential of magicians to entertain the
masses will demand greater skill and cunning, but provided that the magicians may continue to
seemingly perform jobs hopeless to the normal individual, they'll continue to attract bunches.