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 Post subject: A trick with matches.
PostPosted: Thu Sep 04, 2008 5:14 am 
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Hey guys,

I was just watching Criss Angel (don't bash me or him, this is not the thread) and I was wondering if I could purchase a method to make a match box lite itself without touching it.

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Well this topic caught on rather quick.


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chemicals, electrical ignighter... ?


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mullen wrote:
chemicals, electrical ignighter... ?


No I mean without touching it at all. Like it's just sitting there and then "catches on fire".


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I'm not sure about lighting the match box itself, but there are self-lighting matches on the market that will run you about $30.


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Camera tricks, stooges, special lighting, multiple camera shots??


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as i said... chemicals... and an electric ignitor could do that too if hid properly


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MichalAngelo wrote:
I'm not sure about lighting the match box itself, but there are self-lighting matches on the market that will run you about $30.


this could work...if you put one self lighting match in a box of normal matches it would cause the whole book to flare up.


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KyletheGreat wrote:
MichalAngelo wrote:
I'm not sure about lighting the match box itself, but there are self-lighting matches on the market that will run you about $30.


this could work...if you put one self lighting match in a box of normal matches it would cause the whole book to flare up.


that's what I was kind of thinking of. One could make it work.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 17, 2008 5:25 pm 
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I know a way.
It would look like this:
~You show the matchbox to be full of matches
~You close the matchbox
~You put the box a good distance from yourself
~You concentrate on the matchbox, telling everyone to join
~The matchbox catches on fire
Is that what you want to do? Because I know a way...
Of course, when making a matchbox ignite, you have to make sure it isn't on a burnable surface.
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