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Loops – Yigal Mesika NEW Stronger

Loops – Yigal Mesika NEW Stronger


These invisible thread loops are strong enough to move objects and stretch to ten inches without breaking.


Invented by the genius Finn Jon, perfected and popularized by Yigal Mesika, Loops? are used by world-class magicians such as David Blaine, Cyril, and Dynamo. Loops are the most versatile, practical, and powerful inventions in the history of magic. This wonder utility is strong enough to move heavy objects like silverware and sunglasses. You can float a borrowed ring or bill. You will be able to animate and levitate everyday objects making you fearless to create infinite possibilities. It takes only a few seconds to set up and you will be set for the day to perform at any moment. The best part of all… It is easy to master.


Invisible thread loops, also known as invisible loops or IT loops, are thin strands of special thread that are used in magic and illusion performances. These loops are designed to be virtually invisible when viewed from a distance, allowing magicians to create the illusion of objects moving or floating without any apparent support.

Here are some key aspects of invisible thread loops:

  1. Material and Properties: Invisible thread loops are typically made from a strong, nearly transparent synthetic thread, such as nylon or polypropylene. The thread is extremely thin, often thinner than human hair, which contributes to its near-invisibility.
  2. Attachment and Handling: Magicians attach one end of the invisible thread loop to a fixed point, such as their clothing or a stationary object, and the other end to an object they wish to manipulate, such as a playing card or a small lightweight object. The magician then uses subtle movements, such as hand gestures or body motions, to manipulate the object connected to the thread.
  3. Effects and Performances: With invisible thread loops, magicians can create a variety of effects, including making objects move, float, or animate seemingly on their own. They can make objects spin, rise and fall, or appear to defy gravity. These effects are often used in close-up magic, stage performances, or street magic.
  4. Limitations: Invisible thread loops require careful handling and practice to conceal their presence from the audience. Lighting conditions and angles of observation play a significant role in maintaining the illusion. Tension and visibility control are crucial factors for achieving convincing effects.
  5. Precautions: Invisible thread loops are delicate and can break easily. Magicians often carry spare loops and use precautions like wearing black clothing or employing misdirection techniques to prevent the thread from being detected by the audience.

It’s important to note that the use of invisible thread loops requires skill and practice to achieve smooth and convincing effects. Magicians spend significant time mastering the handling and presentation of these loops to create magical experiences that mystify and entertain audiences.

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