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The performer brings forward a box with a lid,
removes the lid and dumps onto the table six different colored sticks. The performer then explains to the spectator the image on the lid is that of the Eye of Horus. Horus is of ancient Egypt, and is usually in the form of a falcon. The Egyptians believed that Horus would have an advantage by being above all else and able to see all. The performer turns
away, and instructs the spectator to place one of the colored sticks into the box
and replaces the lid. The spectator is then
asked to remove the other sticks from view.
The performer then turns around and can immediately identify which color
stick had been chosen and placed into the box
The dark and light brown parts of this set are 3D printed using beautiful filaments that have been infused with genuine wood.
~ Quarter is shown in last picture for the purpose of size comparison only.
Mr. Madison Hagler presents an
original routine for "Eye See"
See Mr. Hagler's demo of "Eye See" below.