Gutsy Performer Spins Balanced On Single Spear Point. The Spear Of Destiny
- My spear of destiny act is the most painful act I do
- Spear spinning is an activity done by Shaolin monks, but the spear he uses is sharper
- Kelvikta the Blade, has also attempted the stunt, but never again. “It’s a whole ‘nother world of agony
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Andrew definitely has guts and he’s not afraid of puncturing them, based on the video above. “ My spear of destiny act is the most painful act I do.
Not only is it a lot of pain but it compresses the blood in my stomach.
I’ve almost passed out a couple times,” he said in the video above. “Just from the blood, not the pain and lack of blood to my head.”
Filmmaker Travis Hoefle, who runs the YouTube Channel ‘The Wizard of Odd TV“, flew out from Chicago to meet with Andrew.
Stanton said spear spinning is an activity done by Shaolin monks, but the spear he uses is sharper. “When they’re doing a single point spear on bare skin, it’s usually about the thickness of my middle finger,” he said. “This one is a lot sharper than that by a lot.”
His sideshow partner, Kelvikta the Blade, has also attempted the The Spear of Destiny stunt, but never again. “It’s a whole ‘nother world of agony,” she said in the video.
“It’s like, here we go. Very very painful.” A physicists told Andrew that he’s putting 400 pounds of pressure directly on his body pushing into my spine and pushing his organs out of the way.
As you might expect, this is the type of stunt you shouldn’t try at home or EVER.