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Focus Description:

Ask the audience if they want to see the trick? Give one of them a whole boiled egg and offer to peel it.

When the viewer does this, everyone will actually see the focus. This will be the word written on the white of the egg. Viewers will be amazed at how the recording ended up inside the egg.

Focus secret:

Before showing the trick, you did the following with the egg. They took a mixture of alum, ink and vinegar and wrote with it what is needed on the shell of an ordinary egg - in this case the word "focus".

Then they soaked the egg in strong brine or vinegar to remove traces from its surface, and boiled the egg hard-boiled - the entire inscription will be on the surface of the protein under the shell. To now see what is written, you just need to peel an ordinary egg, without a single crack. Such a pre-prepared egg can be used to predict maps, numbers, etc.

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