Time Bending Magic Trick
Magic Tricks Revealed: How To Seemingly Bend Time With Your Mind
by George Hutton
If you'd like to learn a great up close and impromptu magic trick, than look no further. This time bending illusion will catch them completely by surprise, and you can easily perform this in any bar, party or even on the street with complete strangers.
This is how it looks to your audience. You walk up to them on the street, or to your friend, and say that something is wrong with your watch. Lately you've noticed that timepieces that you touch immediately go crazy, and lose their ability to keep proper time. You ask to borrow their watch, so you can set yours. They'll think you're joking, and won't think too much of it.
While you are setting your watch, ask to verify the time. They will, usually by looking at a clock on the wall or by checking with somebody else. You make sure they watch you set your watch, to ensure you've got the right time. Thank them, give them back their watch, but confess that you think your strange aura has broken it's time keeping capabilities. You tell them to sandwich it between their hands, without looking at the face, and tell them to guess how far off their watch is from the correct time. Most people will guess five minutes or so, which means they'll be shocked to see their watch is off by around thirty minutes.
Here's the trick. First you need to choose somebody who's watch has a large stem that is easy to turn. You hold their watch in your left hand, and you're watch in your right. While you are focusing on setting your own watch, while they are concentrating on your watch, you quickly move their watch out of view and re-set the time. You can quickly do this when they look away to verify the correct time.
This trick relies heavily on misdirection, and being able to change the time on their watch quickly with only your left hand. Obviously, you'll need to practice. You can easily practice on your own watch, if it has a big stem, while you are sitting around watching TV.
As for the misdirection, it's best to pretend you don't know what's going on. Start the trick off as if you really are asking for the time, but you have a strange effect on time pieces. Obviously, if you say up front your going to do a magic trick involving their watch, they'll watch you more closely. This works great as a conversation starter at bars, parties or anybody you want to make a lasting impression on. Have fun.
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