Magician Muthukad - The Great Indian Rope Trick
Magician Muthukad performs The Great Indian Rope Trick - a stage magic trick sometimes described as 'the world’s greatest illusion'.
There is a lot of mystery involving the Indian rope trick. Even expert magicians are skeptical. There are different versions of the illusion:
* In the simplest version, the magician would hurl a rope into the air. The rope would stand erect. His boy assistant ( jamoora ) would climb the rope and then descend.
* A more elaborate version would find the magician disappearing after reaching the top of the rope, then reappearing at ground level.
* The "classic" version, however, was more detailed: the rope would seem to rise high into the skies, disappearing from view. The boy would climb the rope and be lost to view. The magician would call back his boy assistant, and, on hearing no response, become furious. The magician then armed himself with a knife or sword and climbed the rope and disappeared. An argument would be heard, and then limbs would start falling, presumably cut from the assistant by the magician. When all the parts of the body, including the torso, landed on the ground, the magician would climb down the rope. He would collect the limbs and put them in a basket, or collect the limbs in one place and cover them with a cape or blanket. Soon the boy would appear, restored.
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