Conjuring Credits

The Origins of Wonder

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 Dan Garrett recounts: "I came up with a more-or-less original color-change on top of the deck while playing with [Balthazar] Fuentes’ ambitious card routine, but then I started playing with the idea of a one-handed color change. The time frame is sometime in the late 1970s. It took several months to get the move working enough to realize that what I wanted to do was possible; then from inception to refining and perfecting it took about nine months from start to finish. Other than Fuentes and the Steranko book [//Steranko on Cards//, 1960], with its section on the lateral palm] as inspiration,​ I came up with the OHS (One-Hand Swivel) Color Change entirely on my own." Dan Garrett recounts: "I came up with a more-or-less original color-change on top of the deck while playing with [Balthazar] Fuentes’ ambitious card routine, but then I started playing with the idea of a one-handed color change. The time frame is sometime in the late 1970s. It took several months to get the move working enough to realize that what I wanted to do was possible; then from inception to refining and perfecting it took about nine months from start to finish. Other than Fuentes and the Steranko book [//Steranko on Cards//, 1960], with its section on the lateral palm] as inspiration,​ I came up with the OHS (One-Hand Swivel) Color Change entirely on my own."
  
-Garrett popularized the sleight in lectures, first recording it in his 1988 lecture notes, //Closeup Connivery #2//, p. 17. He later taught it on //Close-Up Connivery//,​ a video marketed in 1991, and contributed it to //​Trapdoor//,​ No. 36, 1991, p. 641, where is appeared under Steve Beam's concise title "The Knuckle Busting Ultra Garrett Spinning One-Hand Lateral Palm Platform Card Transformation (with Triple Change Option)"​. In the 1991 video, Garrett mentions that it was Fuentes who realized that spinning a double between your thumb and middle finger automatically places the cards into lateral palm position.+Garrett popularized the sleight in lectures, first recording it in his 1988 lecture notes, //[[http://​www.conjuringcredits.com/​lib/​tpl/​credits/​files/​1988-dan-garrett.pdf|Closeup Connivery #2]]//, p. 17. He later taught it on //Close-Up Connivery//,​ a video marketed in 1991, and contributed it to //​Trapdoor//,​ No. 36, 1991, p. 641, where is appeared under Steve Beam's concise title "The Knuckle Busting Ultra Garrett Spinning One-Hand Lateral Palm Platform Card Transformation (with Triple Change Option)"​. In the 1991 video, Garrett mentions that it was Fuentes who realized that spinning a double between your thumb and middle finger automatically places the cards into lateral palm position.
  
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