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Friday, October 19, 2007

WARNING: NSFW

Not suitable for work.
Definitely DO NOT OPEN if there are KIDS around.


If you find nudity offensive, best to just go watch Rachel Ray. I'm not one to normally post like this, but I found this "magician" entertaining. To say the least. Watch her facial expressions ( I know, shut up) ... it removes any "p0rn" feeling. She's actually funny! If you can figure out the illusion, please explain it to me. Her name is Ursula Martinez.


Ursula Martinez - magischer Sriptease - MyVideo

8 comments:

Sherry said...

It looks to me like this was filmed in Montreal..ONLY in Montreal could this be possible!!! :) (In Canada, anyway!).
Don't know where you found this but it's incredible!! How she does it? No idea..I did read once about magicians that it is slight of hand..they want you to watch something else and the mind/eye focuses on that...if that's the case, this woman has it down pat!! And gotta say...I had a hunch she'd pull this out from the last place she did!! ;)

Jami said...

She's a good magician, since stage magic involves getting the audience to NOT look at where the trick is being done, and she has a very unique method of accomplishing that. In the case of the disappearing scarf trick, the audience is not supposed to look at the magicians thumbs because one of them is a fake that's just a little too long. And that's where the scarf goes: inside the fake thumb. The skill is in misdirecting the audience while applying and removing the fake thumb when pushing the scarf into the fist and palming it or hiding it between times.

Keeping this in mind, watch her HANDS in this video and more importantly, watch how often you (and the audience) either can't see one of them or see one clearly because it's in constant motion. Oh, and the final reveal was simply put in place before she came on stage.

Did I ever mention that at one point in my life I studied stage and close-up magic? I can't do it worth a damn but I have enough knowledge to have a pretty good idea how most tricks are done - which doesn't take away at all from admiring the skill involved in doing them.

Audubon Ron said...

I agree with Jami, she has an attachment with an sacof some sort.

Now, I think it a good idea for you to practice this entire magic trick and make sure to send the images to my email account. ;)

Nancy said...

Jami: I watched again and I concur, you are on to her!

Ron: Sure Ron, when I can make my body via magic look like hers, I'll do just that, lol

delmer said...

She had thumbs?

Let me think. I remember the breasts ... and the legs ... there needs to be a control center of some sort, so I'm assuming a head ...

But thumbs?

mjd said...

Fascinating, I am not sure how she did it, but she is good and...funny.

Michael said...

This is wrong on so many levels.

Nancy said...

mdj: I saw the humor in it too!

michael: lol , ... wrong would be if she was difficult to look at, because you have to admit, her slight of hand is good.