Magic in Theory: An Introduction to the Theoretical and Psychological Elements of Conjuring

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University of Hertfordshire Press, 1999 - Magic - 175 pages
Magic, properly performed, is a complex and skilful art, and is capable of deceiving anyone. One of the reasons why so little information is available to non-magicians interested in the topic is that magicians are understandably relectant to expose conjuring methods. Magic is a secretive business.

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Chapter 2
28
Chapter 3
82
Whats the difference between a magician
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