The British Canadian "prophet," Richard Brotherswas a topic of interest in both the United Kingdom and North America when the year was approaching. As that year progressed it became evident that no great supernatural events were unfolding and Brothers was dismissed as one in a series of many false prophets. For example, that same year the Salem Register compared a local latter day seer, David Austin, to the discredited Brothers.
According to an article in the New York Herald dated July 15,and another article in the New York Times dated July 16,a novel performance was offered at the Olympic Theatre on July 15, by Ling Look, "who disposes mysteriously but satisfactorily of a blade ninety centimetres in length.
A quote from describes Ling Look's performace: How much sword he took we are not prepared to state; but he did not perish.
In a showman named Heinrich Kellar, who went by the name Harry Kellarput together a show troupe that included Link Look. During this time, Kellar learned some secrets of the business, and began his solo work until the opportunity came to join the spectacle of the Davenports Brothers in From toKellar and Fay toured South America.
In the spring ofKellar, 24, along with William Marion Fay, both junior pseudo-spiritualists, left the Davenports show in the spring of and became independent performers, forming a partnership and putting together their own tour throughout America and Europe under the name Fay and Keller.
They were specialists of exceptional merit. Ling Look was known as the "Fire-King", while Yamadeva was a contortionist of such rare powers that he was known as the "Man-Serpent", and his movements were as graceful as a cat.
Kellar formed a troupe with the brothers under the name of "The Royal Illusionists". The party went to New York by the steamer Andes, narrowly escaping shipwreck off Hatteras in the March Equinoctial of After a short stay in New York, the trio crossed overland to California, and began an engagement at Baldwin's Academy of Music in San Francisco on the evening of May 15, Ling Look and Yamadeva posed as Chinese and Japanese performers, but in fact, according to various sources, were Hungarian from Budapest or Austrian from Vienna.
Ling Look performed as a fire-eater and sword swallower, and went by the title "King of Fire". With his head half-shaved, and the remaining hair in a long braid, he almost looked Chinese. Some of his feats included swallowing hot coals and red hot swords, then blowing fire from his mouth.
Meanwhile, Yamadeva was an accomplished contortionist who performed incredible escapes. He was also known as the Snake Man, due to his serpentine or feline movements. The infernal dinner fire eating 2. The poor of India escape 3. Yamadeva the snake contortion 4. Their show consisted of a spiritualist cabin with Kellar and Cunard performing cage disappearance and escapes from ropes and handcuffs, and contortion by Yamadeva, and for the finale, the fire and sword acts by Ling Look.
In Sydney, they played a successful engagement at the Victoria Theater.Archives and past articles from the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News, and regardbouddhiste.com 以上の韓国語の単語を一覧でリスト化。 日本語訳の他、英語の対訳もついています。ご活用ください。.
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