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Can you retell the story of the gifts of the Magi in a memorably magical way with just three pieces of rope?
The Effect: The performer excitedly shows the audience/congregation an early Christmas present. Inside to his/her surprise are three pieces of rope. Realising that this is a gift from a fellow magician the performer uses a rope trick to retell the story of the visit of the three Magi. At first the ropes grow to the same length and then become different lengths! Even more amazing is that everything can be examined! No gimmicks, no tricks. Just three ropes and an amazing story of child born to be king.
We've taken the most famous rope trick in magic (the Professors Nightmare) and paired it with one of the most famous biblical stories to create a unique presentation that mixes rope magic and free verse.
A surprising gift of rope leads to a magical presentation!
The story of the visit of the Magi in the Nativity story is told in free verse. The rhythm of the words matching the magical effect:
"Three ropes. Three gifts for the Son of God
Gold for the son of a heavenly king.
Frankincense for joy at God’s gift.
Myrrh for the sorrow of the cross."
Everything you need is included in this complete package.
- Three specially cut ropes in pure snow white and with holographic ends
- Presentation box in glittering gold
- Free Verse script, retelling the story of the visit of the three Magi
- Detailed illustrated instructions for the handling of the ropes
- Link to a YouTube video demonstration and explanation
The rope trick requires only a little practice allowing you to focus on the presentation.
This is ideal for any Christmas service of church party.
You will receive, glittering golden presentation box with gift tag and bow (12x16x3cm) , x3 specially cut white ropes with holographic tape , illustrated instructions, link to YouTube video explanation and free verse presentation of the story of the gifts of the Three Magi.