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Lambo
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Hi,

I am looking for info on drinking boiling water...i have searched with no luck and I have gone through my swami mantra book.The was a general info on drinking hot fluids in the book but not exactly as I want to do.Does anyone have any idea on where to go from here or where to buy the neccessary pieces?.
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Please bear in mind that Swami tells only a fraction of the knowledge that's necessary, and that the dangers inherent in this art form, make some of us extremely cautions about sharing information.

Since you're new, why don't you introduce yourself?

And BTW, welcome!
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Yep welcome.

Read Swami Mantra but take a true master at his word (that's Harley BTW) treat any and all "knowledge" from SM with trepidation! ....... Harley has been know to teach occasionally ..... But either way welcome and please introduce yourself .

Now for the secret .... Drinking boiling water the British way........


1) Boil the kettle (this can be electric, gas or. Even over a fire)
2) pour the water in to a secondary pot containing dried leaves From the Citrus bergamia tree.
3) then strain in to a china cup with a little lemon or milk (some add sugar too)
4) grip cup in right finger and thumb
5) point right finger at ceiling and sip politely
6) do not pour in to the saucer and slurp ..... Very bad form!!!

Or we're you after just boiling water? Smile

Dave
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Thanks for the replys...oh and yes just boiling water.

I agree the book needs to be taken with a grain of salt but this is why I am looking for advice to further this routine rather then just relying on the book.

I am from canada and have been into magic since a young age and am more into the sideshow stuff now.I do fire eating,hand in trap,etc.

Thanks again,
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My girlfriend lives in Canada. Perhaps you know her?
Lambo
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Probably not...but thanks.
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Rotten I think you are mixing up Canada and the UK. Canada is big .... And lots of people so they don't all know each other. UK on the other hand is small and we know each other ....and as I have said befor we all have tea with The Queen at 4pm. Smile
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Canada also has pictures of some old lady that "runs" things in England on their money.

Lambo, first you need to learn sword swallowing, then keep an asbestos sheath inserted in your esophagus all day. When you're ready to do the act, simply pour the scalding liquid (make sure it ONLY goes in the asbestos). It helps to eat a pound of baking soda prior to that, also keep a small chunk of lead in your mouth. The best way to avoid injury is to hop up and down on one foot while chanting "oh wah, tah na, siam" the whole while. Smile

TGN

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And if ya lucky a chocolate hob nob biscuit Smile
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Quote:
On 2012-08-07 08:12, thegreatnippulini wrote:
Canada also has pictures of some old lady that "runs" things in England on their money.


How do you know the state of Her digestive system?


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On 2012-08-07 08:12, thegreatnippulini wrote:

TGN

(the above is a joke, please do not attempt)


Oh it's a good job you added that I was seeing you in court being sued for years to come!!!!!

I'm off to try it now......
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But magicians are really into my girlfriend and since Lambo has been doing magic since a young age, boy don't we all wish we had started young, then he must know her.

Can anyone give me advice on drinking tepid water?
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Sip carefully?
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Chug chug chug chug chug ..... Oh no that's beer at a college party. Sorry to not be more help..... I will check what it says in swami for you......
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Good news! I found my stick!! I knew it was around here somewhere.
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OK thanks for the replys...

Dave, thanks for checking the book for me...let me know what you think.

No other ideas on this?
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On 2012-08-07 17:21, Rotten wrote:
Good news! I found my stick!! I knew it was around here somewhere.


Rotten apparently if you use the stick to beat your tongue until it is bloody and numb you can drink BOTH boiling and tepid water with no I'll effect (by I'll effect I mean no pain on your tounge from the temperature of the water! Note, no guarantee of no damage just not feeling any more pain). WINK only joking.

Do you own a copy of swami? I have not drunk boiling water so reporting here what it says in Sami will only make me liable for injuries sustained (note I say sustained and not 'possible injuries'.

In short don't learn from Swami.
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Dave if you referring to me yes I own the book.

so I am guessing no one here has really done this?.
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One of the locked topics is called "Learning the Acts". You might consider reading it.

Also consider that we don't know you. Your self-introduction said essentially nothing. You might be a 13-year-old, or the kind of person who heckles about how something's done, when it's apparent to us that you know nothing.

All we know is that you've appeared here, mentioning Swami, and asking about a stunt that WILL hurt you, if not done correctly. If somebody you'd never met, came up to you on the street, and asked you to teach him fire-eating, would you do it? If you have any sense of responsibility, I suspect not.
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Lambo
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Okey dokey....fair enough I am guessing there is no way to prove myself here? I think in just chatting with me for a few minutes one on one you would see where I am at skill/knowledge wise.hard to do "online".
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I did read the other thread learning the acts...and I do agree and that is valuable info...these stunts are not a game and one really should be tought by someone and not a book
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