This cut begins with twist from a different grip, and goes into a rotation of a single card and spin of a packet. The single card is brought back down to the wrist, while executing another spin with the packet and a Charlier Cut with the left hand. The single card is brought onto the back of the right hand, and spun in the air onto the pack.
This cut is short, but sweet and easy to do. The aerial at the end inspired the name "Aura", as it means "air" or "breeze" in Latin.
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