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Everybody owns tricks, some magicians a great many, but not everybody knows how to make an act or a show out of their tricks. Now a pro of long standing has patterned fifteen "acts" designed for the ambitious magician. In some of these, every detail is
An oldie and a goodie! The magician threads three wooden beads onto two golden laces. The spectator then secures the beads on the laces with a double knot. Much to the surprise of the spectator, though, the beads can be immediately removed from the lac
This is the highly anticipated sequel to the smash success, Scripting Magic. Pete McCabe-with help from 25 of magic's best-digs deeper into the most powerful tool in magic: the words you say when you perform. This powerful book wi
What you're about to watch is the prototype video Nicholas Lawrence showed us over a YEAR ago…our jaws HIT THE FLOOR. Smooth has been in development for over a year, with custom molded parts and assembled by hand by Nicholas Lawrence
Within the inner circle of advanced coin magic, the work of Giacomo Bertini has been known and respected for years. The depth and breadth of his work, though, has not been recognized for what it is: a radical new system and
SIX MORE STAND-UP EFFECTS FROM MARTIN LEWIS! In the third volume of his Making Magic series, Martin presents strong, audience-tested material from his parlor act. He shows you, in a step-by-step hands-on guide, how to make the props
APPEAR-8 is a brilliant, visual piece of magic guaranteed to draw shocked reactions from ANY audience. Your deck of cards has an EIGHTBALL printed across its face. In full view of your spectator's you can pluck the printed
Decode the present to predict the future! IMAGINE THIS: The magician shows three business cards with predictions written on them. These predictions are doodles, so he announces that he's going to teach three spectators how to read them