5. Aquarius: Cap in Bottle
We know there is nothing like magic, once you know the secrets, its never too cool but this mind boggling illusion has attracted loads of audience always.
4. Cyril Takayama: Making Dead Fish Alive
Cyril became interested in magic when he was six years old when he went to a magic show in Las Vegas. Cyril’s dedication began to pay off long ago and this amazing trick made him win the first place in The Magic Woods Awards for Best Magician Category in 2007.
3. Pendragons: Metamorphosis
Pendragon are an award-winning husband-and-wife team of American illusionists who call their work “physical grand illusion”. They are widely known thanks to numerous national and international television appearances. The couple are distinguished from many other husband-and-wife magic acts in that Charlotte Pendragon is credited as an equal partner rather than an assistant. She has been honoured in her own right as a magician and has achieved notable firsts as a woman in the magic profession. This trick is the fastest of its kinds ever performed on stage live.
2. David Copperfield: Vanishing Statue of Liberty
The marvel of disappearing something “huge” was known by an Indian magician PC Sorcar Jr (BBC) for 2 minutes where he explained “nothing supernatural in this vanishing act, he said. “This is all science, the science of controlling the mind and the willpower to create a psychic balance with the environment” But Copperfield thought he would take it a step further and make the Statue of Liberty in New York City, disappear. To prove the disappearance, he used hovering helicopters and flashlights to be passed from the field.
1. David Copperfield: Death Saw
The Death Saw is presented as an escape gone wrong. Its best known performer is David Copperfield. The performer is secured to a table beneath a large buzzsaw or blade, the blade slices right through the performer’s body. The two halves of the table are rolled apart so that the performer is clearly separated into two sections.