David Copperfield Forced to Reveal His Famous ‘Lucky 13’ Vanishing Act In Court, and Unlucky 9/11
David Copperfield’s “Lucky #13” trick has been exposed during trial in a long-running legal battle.
I want to see Copperfield handcuffed in trial, and when the judge asks him to reveal “Lucky #13” a puffy white ball of smoke fills the court room. When the smoke clears, the magician is gone. The magic man’s handcuffs are on the judge, and Copperfield‘s lawyer is now a rabbit.
A good magician never reveals his secrets.
David Copperfield is your average a “Buddy Israel” in Las Vegas, the land of “Smokin’ Aces.”
In 1983 Copperfield amazed the masses by making the 310 foot Statue of Liberty disappear. According to Copperfield the purpose of the trick was remind us all “how precious liberty is and how easily it can be lost. I can show with magic how we take our freedom for granted.”
The magician even promised there were no “camera tricks” involved in the “magic”.
The Statue of Liberty was replaced by 2 blue beams resembling the Twin Towers, and 18 years the later WTC was pulverized during 9/11 by Mossad operatives.
Was Copperfield foreshadowing the events of 911? Perphaps he was laying out the Magick groundwork laid by the Kabbalah for 3,000 lives to be sacrificed in 9/11 to the “God of Blood and Sacrifice” Jehovah, as preamble to clearing out the Muslim world to make way for “Greater Israel.”
The video of David Copperfield in the video above was altered but there really was two beams that were on ground where the Statue of Liberty was supposed to be swaying back-and-forth. In the ABC picture of the Statue of liberty trick there were solid blue columns. There is some truth in that parody video. Here is the actual “Statue of Liberty” trick.
“Lucky #13” the Trick (you don’t have to watch this.)
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