Paul Harris Presents True Astonishments Box Set

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Paul Harris Presents True Astonishments Box Set

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Finally those that missed out on the original release have a chance to enjoy a deep dive into the mind of the incredible Paul Harris.

When it was first released, in a box set of DVDs, True Astonishments set the world on fire. It was an amazing collection of magic, and came with all the props you needed to perform the plethora of material included.

For the first time ever, this is now released as a digital download, but still comes with all the necessary props. And still comes in a beautiful, custom wooden box.

You’ll be learning many exciting new creations as well as updates on Paul Harris classics. There are effects with money, cards, business cards, bottles, buttons, oranges, lighters and even leaves!

There are also interviews with Paul Harris friends, including: Eric Mead, David Blaine, Jeff McBride, Mac King, Eugene Burger, and more.

Here’s a look at what you’ll be getting:

Chapter One

Twilight Angels - Paul’s all-time favorite effect Backlash 2 - One of the most popular routines from Art Of Astonishment, broken down, rebuilt and pumped full of magic with a killer ending New Leaf - The definition of organic magic. Cheng’s Change - “Zapped!” With regular cards. Five cards visually change into five different cards right in front of your specators’ eyes Big Tiny - Your spectator’s signature multiplies in their own hands.

Chapter Two

The New Las Vegas Leaper - This is an update of the classic routine, with a new ending where a bill appears in the spectator’s pocket. Tubular - An impromptu moment of amazement where two signed bills morph into one - in the spectators’ hands. Cheng’s Riser - A selected card slowly, and visually, rises to the top of the deck. No gimmicks needed. Growing Card - A card visibly is squashed out of shape as it stretches and becomes twice its original size.

Chapter Three

Casanova Inc. - Two streamlined handlings of Steve Haynes Casanova Concept with business cards Half Moon Trading Company - A unique and new principle that we promise will expand your mind using a normal card case and some imagination. Half Moon Voodoo - A new take on Guy Hollingworth’s Voodoo Card. Pack Of Lies - A brand new approach to the Paul Harris Vanishing Deck. Solid With Happy Ending - A new method for Solid Deception with a new ending too.

Chapter Four

Dr. Fun - It’s take 40 attempts, but this has all the impact of Deep Astonishing and The Anything Deck but you can use any deck of cards to predict the happiest moment of your spectator’s life. Name Dropper - Your spectator strangely and visually is able to print their own name. Lubor’s Lens - If you struggled to find a presentation for Reality Twister, this is it. (And yes, you get a lens in the box set). Naked Strange - A gimmick-free, amazing version of Strange Travelers. Ferard’s Warp - Answer Gerard ass a new twist to Card Warp that left Paul Harris stunned when he saw it.

Chapter Five

Transcendental Bar Bet - A completely clean, hands off card vanish. Extraordinary Proof - A self-working masterpiece from Andrew Gerard. Tensegrity - Patrick Snowden’s balanced card idea levelled up to a new, amazing routine. Can be done anywhere, and completely surrounded. Reswindeled - The definitive version of Reset, from friend of VI, Caleb Wiles.

Chapter Six

Smoking Eye - A beautiful routine with two matches, inspired by a an event where Paul’s sister has eye surgery and wisps of smoke came from her eye. The Weirding - A Michael Weber miracle using coffee shop loyalty cards. Ripped and Fryed - The most visually astonishing Torn And Restored from the devious mind of Charlie Frye. Cellmates - Meet your soulmate - they get your number, you get theirs.

Chapter Seven

Water Trap - An amazing new approach to the Signed Coin In Matchbook plot. The prep can be done in 10 seconds. Dunn’s Deal - Shaun Dunn’s version of Galaxy where the spectator is shuffling all the way through. Invisible Palm - Wayne Houchin’s finesses on this Paul Harris classic. Truly Screwed - An updated handling for Screwed Deck.

Chapter Eight

Belly Button - A crazy take on Card Through Window using a button and the spectator’s own shirt. SOS - A streamlined handling of Color Stunner. Muscle Bend - A coin bend with a borrowed coin that uses an “ungimmicked gimmick”. This is how you will bend coins from now on. Unstable Label - The label on the outside of the bottle travels to the inside. No palming or gimmicks!

Chapter Nine

Angel Cake - If all the other material would keep you busy for a few years, this will give you sleepless nights as you ponder the implications of this incredible moment of astonishment. It’s a bill change, but it is so much more than that.

There are also over 40 hidden Easter eggs hidden throughout the downloads including bonus effects, interviews and rare footage just waiting for you to discover them.

 

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  • Anthony asks: Is this any different then the wooden box set that was out years ago?

    • 1. Vanishing Inc. Magic responds: The material and tricks are the same, the box is a little different.
  • Kyle asks: Have they been digitally enhanced?

    • 1. answers: From my understanding as I have the original boxset the digital version is just converted from the DVD's.. Still worth the money though as its cheaper and takes up less shelf space... I'm still performing tricks from the TA boxset 10 years on.. ??
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  • Mike asks: How many “props” does this come with?

    • 1. Evan answers: Look at magicorthodoxy's YouTube channel. He did an in-depth review, and goes through the props that you receive.
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