The original trick, first released by Devin Knight in 1972 and long off the market. It is available again, after being one of his most popular effects during a recent lecture tour. You show a deck of cards
and have a lady freely select a card. There is no force. The lady may sign the card if you wish. The card is returned to the deck and lost.
You tell the lady that you will give her magical powers and that she will find her card with magic. This always intrigues the lady you are performing it for. You ask the lady to blow a kiss toward the deck.
The deck is spread and an image of a kiss has appeared on the back of one card. When the card with the kiss on it is turned over, it is seen to be her selected card. You touch the back of her selected card to your cheek or lips and show that the kiss has amazingly vanished from the back of the card!
Say to the lady, "Thanks for the kiss. Now I will give you a kiss. Please hold out your hand." You snap the card and a candy kiss falls into her palm. The lady keeps the candy kiss for a sweet finish. The
perfect effect to use as an ice-breaker with women, as it is a proven commercial effect that women love to see!
Used in a restaurant gig for over seven years! Very easy to do and comes with complete directions and all the nuances you have come to expect from Devin Knight. The e-book contains the kiss gimmick you print out and add to your deck of cards.
"I saw Devin wow many women with his kiss trick at a local magic convention. To say this effect is a lady-pleaser is an understatement. Highly recommended for magicians who want to impress the ladies." - Dick Christian
"Devin Knights 'Flying Kiss' routine is easy to do, and has a high impact on an audience. The lady helper gets a candy kiss at the end of the routine, which is a nice touch. I saw this performed in Cleveland during Devin's lecture there. His e-book supplies the necessary gimmick to add to your deck of cards and a great routine. You need only to add the showmanship." - Tom Craven
1st edition 1972, expanded 2012, 8 pages.
word count: 1499 which is equivalent to 5 standard pages of text