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The existence of free will is one of those hotly debated subjects in the realms of philosophy. There is little debate about this in the world of magic, where you as the performer remain in control at all times. Even if the audience isn’t aware of it. Nowhere does this show up more than in Free Will by Corbuzier/Elmwood
In Free Will, you begin by removing a small piece of paper from a seemingly simple cloth bag and handing the bag to an assistant or a volunteer from the crowd. At that point, you explain that you would like their help in an experiment involving free will.
The participant is then asked to pull three wooden disks out of the bag Each one has a simple geometric shape on one face. The participant then thoroughly mixes up the disks and places them face down on the table.
You then ask them to select one of the disks for themselves as well as one for you. The remaining disk is then placed back in the bag. Make sure that all the selections are the choice of the participant and that you are not influencing them in any way. They are free to change their mind before they commit to the selections.
With the selections made, you then ask the participant "Did you feel every choice you made was of your own free will?" To which they will surely respond with, "Yes." Then you reveal a piece of paper that shows the location of each geometric disc, demonstrating that you knew where they would be all along!