David Blaine Magic tricks are here so you can learn some cool tricks that this famous magician can do. But to be a great Magician like David Blaine is to not tell anyone of the secret ways to perform the tricks. This is a guide on how to be like him
David Blaine was born April 4th 1973 and he is well known as a magician, endurance artist and an illusionist all over the world. He has many world records under his belt and people all over the world watch his shows.
His style has revolutionised TV magic by focusing on the spectators reactions and his show Street Magic is known as the best TV Magic show ever produced.
Below we have a few tricks that will help you in learning his style of magic and hopefully bring you to a knowledge of magic that you can develop into your very own style
The secrets to David Blaine's magic is the showmanship and how the tricks are performed. David Blaine will focus on entertaining the crowd to a point that they get completely involved to a point of mystery and illusion.
Also like all David Blaine tricks you must never reveal them to anyone but keep the secret to yourself so no one can know the secret.
Magicians always subscribe to the Magicians Oath and we hope you remember that giving away the secret is not the best way to keep it secret.
We have lots of information on Blaine and his incredible magic on the site. Everyone would love to be a great as him but it takes a lot of practice and amazing showmanship to be as good as him. Why not check out our articles on showmanship here in our article page
David Blaine shocked the world with an amazing feat where he was able to regurgitate water like an old magician. Click here to read the article
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David Blaine Magic to Endurance Artist
In April 1999 was placed in an underground box made of plastic underneath a water-filled tank weighing three tonnes fora week, across from Trump place near 68th St. and Riverside Drive, This stunt was called "Buried Alive". CNN reported, "Blaine's only communication to the outside world was by a hand buzzer, which could have alerted an around-the-clock emergency crew standing by."It was reported by the BBC that the plastic coffin had six inches (152 mm) of headroom and two inches on each side. Blaine did not eat any food and drank only two to three tablespoons of water a day during the endurance stunt.
It is said that 75,000 people visited the site, including Marie Blood, Houdini's niece. She said, "My uncle did some amazing things, but he could not have done this."
On the last day of the stunt on April 12, It is said a number of news teams were stationed at the site to see the opening of the coffin.
A group of construction workers removed a section, 75 cubic feet (2.1 m3) of the gravel surrounding the six-foot-deep coffin before a crane lifted the water tank.
Blaine was safe and told the crowd, "I saw something very prophetic … a vision of every race, every religion, every age group banding together, and that made all this worthwhile."
According to the BBC, Blaine stated, "The 26-year-old magician has outdone his hero, Harry Houdini, who had planned a similar feat but died in 1926 before he could perform it."
This was David Blaine Magic at his best