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 Post subject: Fearson's Box Levitation
PostPosted: Thu May 27, 2004 4:33 pm 
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Has anybody heard or seen Fearson's Box Levitation Where he step into a milk crate with no shoes on and Levitate in the crate, then the crate has a rope tied to it on each end, then puts the rope on his shoulders and then Levitate up with the crate coming off the ground as well.


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PostPosted: Thu May 27, 2004 5:31 pm 
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Yeah i have seen it and i realy think it is a piece of junk. You can not step out of the box you have to jump out and it is not worth it. I figured it out the first time i saw it.


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i figured it out 2, i built it, it wrks wonders with kids and mabye a few teens and adults, this is sorta a stage effect, i like it.


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Can you view it from all angles or is it angle sensitive


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rayg1952 wrote:
Can you view it from all angles or is it angle sensitive



It is VERY angle sensitive.


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I don't own one, but I've seen it, figured it out, and whatever the price, it's not worth it. The secret is probably what laymen will first think of and it's very angly.


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where can i see a demo of it?


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where can i see a demo of it?


No links allowed here by Herr Penguin so you'll have to Google it .
Look for Fearson's Box .


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Don't waste your money on it. :evil: It's a good idea that doesn't work very well, even on stage.


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it's not very angle sensitive you can do it in front of alot of people as long as they're in front of you or diagnaly across you. It can be done on stage in front of over 100 people or maybe even more.


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The concept is pretty good, but there are some flaws in Fearsons design.
I have designed my own box that is not nearly as angle sensitive and eliminates the need to jump out of the box.
My new toy rocks, I have fooled several fellow magicians.
It totally baffles people.
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It is a good idea, just needed to be customized a bit!


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ll19918 wrote:
The concept is pretty good, but there are some flaws in Fearsons design.
I have designed my own box that is not nearly as angle sensitive and eliminates the need to jump out of the box.
My new toy rocks, I have fooled several fellow magicians.
It totally baffles people.
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That's good to hear.

I guess great minds think alike, because there was a very similar type of self-levitation published in Genii magazine a couple of years ago by a Japanese magician. (sorry I forget his name and I don't have my old mags handy right now) It shared the same principle of Fearson's Box , but had improved the design of the box and eliminated the "jump out" move .


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I saw Marco Tempest perform this one on one of his specials. I thought it look pretty cool. The audience was impressed. I think it's a clever little thing.


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 Post subject: Re: Fearson's Box Levitation
PostPosted: Wed Jul 07, 2004 6:10 pm 
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rayg1952 wrote:
Has anybody heard or seen Fearson's Box Levitation Where he step into a milk crate with no shoes on and Levitate in the crate, then the crate has a rope tied to it on each end, then puts the rope on his shoulders and then Levitate up with the crate coming off the ground as well.


I've seen it at a different website (which I can tell you but I'm not aloud to discuss a different product at a site different site). I think I know how he levitates but I don't know how he levitates with the milk carton. I don't really think you should get it. I think there are better levitations than that.


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