5 out of 5 I will have so much fun with this. Of course, this is for closeup, or walk around. Very easy to do. I’m even considering on getting an extra, because this is that good!Click here for more information.
It has now been a little more than two years since one of the most important personalities in magic has left us! She had no enemies in her magic life. Her love for magic saw no equals and she had the passion for the art! Born September 15th, 1936 in Steuhlingen, Germany she was raised […]
5 out of 5 Just received my set, and wow they are amazing! The quality, and beauty are stunning and have made the ‘old hot rod’ a piece of art and magic. The detailing on the sides is quite amazing. I love the weight, makes them easy to perform, and having that extra space at […]
4 out of 5 I just received my new set, they look very classy. The rods have a nice weight to them (not cheap my any means). The concept is astonishing. You will understand th principle within minutes of watching the dvd. An 8 yr old could perform this trick! That is how easy the […]
5 out of 5 Thank you, Shawn Reida & Stevens Magic. At 73 years old, this effect so old it’s new. And this is the BEST new magic I’ve purchased from anybody in at least 10 years. It’s perfect for stage shows, and yet I used it just this weekend at Old Cowtown as a […]
5 out of 5 Every magician should have a good working knowledge of classic tricks, including ones normally considered at the beginner’s level, such as the Afghan Bands. Peter Prevos’ work on the Moebius strip is a terrific way to familiarize yourself with a great trick that can be used (or exploited) in many ways. […]
5 out of 5 Peter Prevos has published a fine study of the optical illusion The Jastrow Effect, commonly known as the Boomerang Illusion. You know the one: two identical curved sticks which look longer or shorter when moved above or below each other. His thorough and in-depth study gives a concise history of the […]
5 out of 5 I truly enjoyed Peter Prevos book, The Box Goes-In-Da Box. It gives a history and background detailing Lubor Fielder’s Gozinta Boxes also known as the Parabox or Driebeck Die. There is a section with some intricate math detailing the proportions of sides and why the same-size boxes nest, but you can […]
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