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FLIGHT CASE
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FLIGHT CASE
Item Name:
FLIGHT CASE
Item #:
BK-1650
Author/Artist:
Harris, Ben
Price/ea:
$10.00
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Vol. 3 of the Pocket Mysteries Series. Removing a deck from its case, the performer explains that one card is "endowed with the shadow of a previous being." A spectator, who the performer comments looks like an "admirable channeller," nominates ANY card. She removes it from the deck while another spectator places the card case in the center of the table. The first spectator now places the chosen card on top of the case. Everyone is invited to place their hands flat upon the table, little fingers touching, "seance-style" around the case. The performer has joined in, his fingers lightly touching the case and the adjoining spectators little fingers. The ring of energy is complete. With attention so firmly aroused, the chosen card, with no perceptible trickery, floats eerily off the case. It floats up, twists and moves a little, then floats back down. Any spectator may now remove the chosen card. It is indeed "endowed with special forces."
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Vol. 3 of the Pocket Mysteries Series.  Removing a deck from its case, the performer explains that one card is "endowed with the shadow of a previous being." A spectator, who the performer comments looks like an "admirable channeller," nominates ANY card.
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