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Here is a unique effect you can build at home:
Magician shows a box of crayons to the audience of children and passes his hand over the box and they magically disappear.
Magician turns the box over and makes another magical gesture and they reappear.
How it's done. Purchase a box of single row crayons with an open window in the front of the box.
Take all crayons out, and cut them in half. Glue the top half of each crayon…Continue
Here is the latest blog repost from Jeff McBride and Company:
Posted by Anthony Ray Kolb on November 3, 2018 at 9:06pm
(Adapted from an effect of the same name by Ian Adair, Hocus Pocus Parade, Linking Ring, September 2009, p.78)
Props: A large card. One side of the card has a picture of an adult person. The other side hasa picture of a gender neutral, crying baby. (My card is 100 lb. smooth Bristol, 11” X 14”)
An envelope large enough to easily hold the…
Old is new! My task is to show you that all of us have "stuff" packed away that we haven't used for years. We all have books that are in our library that we haven't read since I can't remember when. There is gold in old manuscripts. A perfect examI ple is taking a trick that you like but it is getting tired. I really like Soft Soap as an went to some old manuscripts that was written back in the 60's by George McCathy. I found a routine that with just a little…Continue
I found Jeff McBride's Blog post particularly interesting. I have been in law enforcement for over 30 years, as a young man I "Thought I could change the world". Some years later, I realized the faulty thinking, but I realized that it was possible to save just one person, perhaps, if the stars aligned themselves just right.
This philosophy hold true in our chosen art and careers as magicians too. It also holds true for those we teach. I…Continue
Posted by Anthony Ray Kolb on June 17, 2018 at 2:43pm
I always find Jeff's blog to be interesting, this one is no exception:
Hope you all enjoy it as much as I did.
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