A unique cut and restored rope effect.
- no weird loop in the hand - just cut the rope in the center as a layperson would
- both cut ends are shown separately and apart
- no knots or fumbling
- the rope is snapped like a whip and is fully restored (other endings possible)
- it can be used in another effect or passed out
These techniques were developed during communications with MagicIan (Ian Garrison) just before his untimely passing. He was going to add it to his lecture tour material with a different ending. The Method is old. The ability to show the cut ends separately and apart is new. The simplicity of handling is the result of collaboration. The result is a cut and restored routine that looks like magic instead of confusing mistakes.
1st edition 2021, PDF 7 pages.
word count: 1537 which is equivalent to 6 standard pages of text