Well, it’s a rule of nature, greatest of secrets are always shared between 2 of the truest confidantes; they could be best friends, mother or daughter or even a teacher and his protégé. These well-kept secret are passed down from generation to generations like some secret recipe. We would tell you 5 of the greatest secret that only 2 people should know. Now it’s up to you to decide who should keep the secret?
Well WheeBuzz brings you 5 of these fascinating facts
1. Imperial napkins
The prestigious imperial napkins which are folded in a unique way are a secret which only a few imperial servants know. The technique was invented in the late Austro-Hungarian Empire in case the emperor himself decided to come down for dinner. The technique was passed own orally from generation to generation, keeping the tradition alive. People like us do have a chance to see these imperial folded napkins in all its glory only if we are invited to the presidential or royal dinner party which is highly unlikely. So the secret is safe. Sigh!
2. The name of an award winner
Well, it does not get any bigger than Oscars does it! The most-watched awards show on this planet. Every year bookies bet huge sums of money on potential winners, all the more reason to be super secretive.
Well, there are many experts involved in the whole processing of votes manually but its only 2 guys… yes, just 2 guys namely- Brad Oltmanns and Rick Rosas who get to know the complete list of 24 winners. Even this information is delivered to them just 48 hours before the actual ceremony as there is a mass ballot process involved. Phew! They have a worse job then CIA!!
3. The language of Ayapaneco
This is truly sad information about a language and probably an indigenous culture on the verge of extinction due to ruthless colonialism. The language of Ayapaneco is an ancient, original Mexican language spoken long before the Spanish colonization. Slowly the New Mexico as we know today started to form and the old original language began to die. There were attempts to pass on the language to the new generation but unfortunately, it failed. Alas now, there are just 2 people left in the world who can communicate in their archaic language. They are Manual Segovia (age 75) and his chum Isidro Velazquez (age 69).
They both live in their home village of Ayappa, the southern state of Tabasco, Mexico. Well, the good news is that experts have woken up to this impending disaster and have started collecting written records and as many facts as possible .Especially the origin of the language and the history and culture which was attached to it. And hopefully, this dying language of Ayapaneco will be printed very soon for all of us to know about it.
4. The Berglas Effect
Any card freely named appears at any freely named number between 1 & 52. No restrictions. This is David Berglas’ legendary card miracle. It has become known as “The Berglas Effect”. On this film you will see Marc Paul perform the effect in two very different environments.
Well if you want to be a master card magician then the Berglas effect is something which you must learn. This famous card illusion is rightly known as the holy grail of all the card tricks known to the mankind. In this fantastic trick, the magician is able to locate a chosen card from the inside of a randomly stacked deck without even touching it! Whether the card pack is sealed or brands new it’s completely irrelevant. Only 2 people can perform this trick dextrally, David Berglas (he is the one who created the trick and hence the name) and his protégé Mark Paul who also can easily imitate this trick on video.
5. The Chartreuse liqueur recipe
Well, I knew there was a secret recipe coming in from somewhere and here it is and what’s better it’s a liquor recipe! The monk of Carthusian Order created this legendary French liquor called Chartreuse. Created in the cellars of their abbey in Voiron and Isere, deep down in the mountains borders since the 17th century. What makes this liquor so unique and inimitable is its rare combination of 130 types of different herbs which needless to say is kept secret and only known to 2 monks of Grande Chartreuse monastery know the traditional recipe. Well, this is secret well kept!