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"Fushigi is here.… It’s wild.… It’s sweeping the nation." Why? "Just simple hand manipulations will make Fushigi appear to float and defy gravity!" This hard acrylic ball with an inner chrome-plated ball costs $19.99 (of course) plus shipping and handling.
Making the ball appear to float requires lots of practice—too much, many volunteers said—and practice can take a toll on furniture, walls, and floors.

With FUSHIGI the operator exploits the reflective properties of a 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.

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In recent months a company has started marketing its own Contact Juggling spheres called FUSHIGI Balls.
Contact Juggling can be picked up and enjoyed right away but it takes years to truly master.
If you would like to learn more, visit for instructional material and information regarding Contact Juggling.

In recent months a company has started marketing its own Contact Juggling spheres called FUSHIGI Balls.
Contact Juggling can be picked up and enjoyed right away but it takes years to truly master.
If you would like to learn more, visit for instructional material and information regarding Contact Juggling.

I suppose it’s a fine contact juggling ball, but just understand that you can do the same thing with any solid sphere and when you buy the Fushigi ball, if you’re expecting the results to be as-seen-on-tv, you’d better be prepared to invest an awful lot of time and practice in learning the art itself.
Maybe it’s a bit mean-spirited of me, but I do kind of snicker at the enormous number of people who think that the Fushigi company has overcome the principles of gravity and put it into some magic ball.
Working in a retail chain store that sells the Fushigi ‘Magic Gravity Ball,’ I was tasked with learning some of the maneuvers to demonstrate to potential customers.
If your interested in contact juggling, great! Invest in a real acrylic ball or stage practice ball, But avoid this cheap insult to the art.
The only ‘problem’ with the Fushigi ball is that they’re effectively marketing a skill- which requires tons of practice- by telling the public that the result is yielded by the product itself.

Contact Juggling was created in the 1980’s by Michael Moschen, and first nationally seen when it was shown for a short amount of time in the movie "Labyrinth" (1986).
Contact Juggling is a hard skill, and using this fushigi ball doesn’t make it any easier.
In a contact jugglers view, this is a extremely well made ball and great for any contact juggling routine.
Though the term ‘contact juggling’ is somewhat new, some of the techniques used are centuries old and some of them even come from magic (billiard ball manipulations).
Instead, I recommend a 4 inch Sil-X practice ball (available in lots of colours) and a book called "contact juggling" by James Ernest.
This ball relies on a skill called contact juggling.
I am a contact juggler as well as a magician and I advise you not to buy a fushigi ball.
Are you a contact juggler yourself? Like more than the "fushigi" Because most contact jugglers were really mad because someone took something that they’ve been doing for a very long time, put a japanese name on it, and marketed it.

The Fushigi Magic Gravity Ball is the new sensation that lets you mesmerize the mind and confuse the senses.
It is a form of contact juggling where you make the magic ball appear to move on its own or even appear to floating in thin air.
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Not only is the Fushigi an amazing to show off, it is also an incredible and therapeutic form of relaxation.

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Contact juggling is when you use a clear or solid colored acrylic ball and roll it across arms, hands, ect.
The fushigi ball is taking credit for a reletively new for of juggling called contact juggling.
It's an acrylic juggling ball, and it takes years to master the art of it.
It can take a long time to master, and the DVD they offer WITH the Fushigi ball has information and demonstrations that can easily be found on youtube.

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The good news is that although Fushigi is a company trying to rip off of a public that loves contact juggling, there is still a wonderful contact juggling community that thrives on it’s Pay It Forward mentality! Learn something and then teach it to someone else, all for the benefit of the community.

Brian Pankey bounced a table tennis ball on alternating sides of a paddle 131 times while palm spinning three Fushigi balls in his other hand and kneeling.
Brian Pankey balanced a Fushigi ball on his forehead for one minute, 5.15 seconds while palm spinning two Fushigi balls in one hand and juggling two Fushigi balls in his other hand.
Brian Pankey balanced a Fushigi ball on his forehead while palm spinning three Fushigi balls in one hand for one minute, 29.34 seconds.
Brian Pankey bounced a table tennis ball on a paddle 277 times while palm spinning three Fushigi balls in his other hand and kneeling.
Brian Pankey completed 32 consecutive coin rolls with a silver dollar in one minute while simultaneously palm spinning three Fushigi balls in his other hand.
Brian Pankey balanced a Fushigi ball on his forehead while palm spinning two Fushigi balls in each hand for one minute, 24.92 seconds.
Brian Pankey completed 39 consecutive Charlier cuts in one minute while palm spinning three Fushigi balls in his other hand.
Brian Pankey balanced a baseball hat on his nose for 59.86 seconds while palm spinning two Fushigi balls in each hand and kneeling.
Brian Pankey competed 50 Charlier cuts in one minute while palm spinning two Fushigi balls in other hand simultaneously.
Brian Pankey completed 35 consecutive coin rolls with a silver dollar in one minute while spinning two Fushigi balls in the other hand.
Brian Pankey balanced a baseball hat on his nose for 45.81 seconds while palm spinning three Fushigi balls and kneeling.

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This form juggling involves keeping the ball on the body, in contact, instead of throwing it in the air.
The fushiball is a clear ball made of plastic that is used in the art of fushigi , which is a therapeutic pratice and very entertaining.
The basic principle of why the fushigi ball works is because of the ball has a completely uniform surface.
Even after reading the reviews, the ball still exceeded my expectations.
I ordered this ball for a decently low price and I recieved it within the estimated dates.
A Fushigi Ball can be tossed, "levitated",or spun but it can not do anything on it own.

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polish it with clear nail polish this should cover any and all scratches in the area and make it shiny again.
It’s inevitable but say your clumsy kid drops their beloved fushigi ball trying to do something they can’t possibly do it scratches and you are left to fix it this is how to fix a scratched fushigi ball .

And they are flying off shelves as we head into the holidays. This week, Joe Terrell puts the Fushigi Magic Gravity Ball to the "Does it Work?" test.
Pat Stacey has juggled for 30 years. There's a learning curve.  This is nothing like regular juggling.  But his hand/eye coordination led to Pat being the best of all who tried to pick up the art of Fushigi.  "I'd get it," says Pat.

I even watched the instructional video, and realized I’d have to be dedicating several hundred hours to improve a useless skill that would have absolutely no bearing on my real life.

In the latest As Seen on TV segment, Alex, Dan, and Jeff get ahold of the Fushigi ball – a magic floating sphere, guaranteed to astound and amaze.

So is the Fushigi a rip-off? From what I understand a decent contact juggling ball goes for around $20 and doesn’t come with video instructions.
With contact juggling you’re creating the illusion that the ball is defying physics.

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The Fushigi is a fancy new "dynamically designed" ball that is used in the "mysterious art of contact juggling." What? You heard me! This shiznit is dynamic and mysterious! You are creating the illusion that the Fushigi ball is moving on its own or floating/hovering or whatever.
Nobody is going to be into a jobless Fushigi nerd… so don’t waste your time or your $20 bucks… but if you’re charming and have a job, it just gives you one more stupid thing to talk about.
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The makers of the ball claim that it’s a "therapueutic form of relaxation." I know a lot of guys who find playing with balls to be very theraputic and relaxing.

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The Fushigi ball is the acrylic ball with a metal ball inside it that you might have seen on TV.
So I figured some of you might have one and might like this optical illusion you can do with one.
Just hold it under water and this is the optical illusion you'll see.

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While some elements within the contact juggling community are vitriolic in their attack of Zoom TV’s attempt to rebrand the art of Contact Juggling, far more numerous criticisms seem to come from users of Fushigi facebook group complaining that they have been overcharged, and that they are having to wait 4-8 weeks from ordering to receiving delivery of their ball, and that they cannot contact customer services.

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