Fushigi Ball

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Fushigi is a form of contact juggling where the operator exploits the reflective properties of a clear sphere through specific hand and body isolations and movements that are designed to give the appearance that the FUSHIGI sphere is moving on its own or even floating. Fushigi is an incredible, therapeutic form of relaxation. The art of maneuvering a clear, reflective sphere through mind and body isolation and manipulation creates the illusion that the sphere may be defying the laws of gravity, as if the sphere is moving on its own.

No matter your age, YOU can master the art of Fushigi with maneuvers like: the Levitation, The Enigma, PalmSpin, and so many more...

Fushigi is here...Its wild...Its sweeping the nation.

Want to unlock the secrets behind Fushigi ? Fushigi will mesmerize the mind, confuse the senses, and blow away your friends.

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Date Added: 01/30/2011
My son saw the infomercial for the Fushigi Gravity Ball and wanted it so on his birthday I bought it for him as a gift. He was pretty jazzed up when he opened the gift in front of all his friends to reveal his new Fushigi ball. Before I bought it for my sone i decided to read reviews on the product. While the infomercial shows the ball floating on its own I think people need to get in touch with reality that there is no magic with the fushigi ball and it's not anti-gravity. The fushigi ball gives the optical illusion which still makes it really cool. You do need to practice using it as you won't be able to take it directly out of the box and start doing tricks with it. My son spent about 10 minutes a day practicing with his fushigi ball and became a pro in using it. Contact juggling is an art form and takes time to get the hang of .. if you're looking for a cool gift to buy your kids i recommend getting the fushigh gravity ball. I personally have tested it out myself as well and have h...Read Full Review
Rating: 4 of 5 Stars [4 of 5 Stars]

Date Added: 06/16/2010
Hi there, I hate to burst some reader's bubbles, but most of what you've heard is modern marketing hype surrounding an invention that has existed for roughly twenty years (and in the case of multi-ball work, since about the 1500's). What the Fushigi ball actually is, is a solid chrome sphere surrounded by a thin layer of acrylic or polycarbonate. Previous contact juggling balls were made of pure crystal, acrylic, chrome, rubber, or even wood! The original Fushigi ball was simply an acrylic contact juggling ball, but it had the unfortunate side effect of causing fires if left in direct sunlight, which is why they have now stuck a chrome ball in the center. Just to be clear, there is no magic trick or gimmick, no mechanism inside that actually make it defy gravity and float away. This is a perceptual illusion called "isolation", which you can see in many Youtube videos if you search for "contact juggling". I do have to say, though, that any acrylic ball, even a Fushigi ball, ...Read Full Review
Rating: 3 of 5 Stars [3 of 5 Stars]

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