Conjuring Credits

The Origins of Wonder

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 ====== The Weeping Coin ====== ====== The Weeping Coin ======
  
-Causing liquid to flow from the uprights of a loom was described in by Antoninus Liberalis'​s //​Metapmorphoses//,​ a second-century ​A.E. play. Guillemin, in his //​Illustrated History of White Magic//, [[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​22807/​An+Illustrated+History+of+White+Magic+Before+Robert+Houdin/​33|pp. 15]] & [[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​22807/​An+Illustrated+History+of+White+Magic+Before+Robert+Houdin/​108|90]],​ ascribes the method to a hidden sponge or a bladder in the sleeve.+Causing liquid to flow from the uprights of a loom was described in Antoninus Liberalis'​s //​Metapmorphoses//,​ a second-century ​C.E. play. Guillemin, in his //​Illustrated History of White Magic//, [[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​22807/​An+Illustrated+History+of+White+Magic+Before+Robert+Houdin/​33|pp. 15]] & [[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​22807/​An+Illustrated+History+of+White+Magic+Before+Robert+Houdin/​108|90]],​ ascribes the method to a hidden sponge or a bladder in the sleeve. This rather obvious method was either adapted or reinvented to make a coin weep.
  
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