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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring Part 1 {Audio Book}
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring Part 1 {Audio Book} by Professor Louis Hoffman
Magic the Gathering GP Toronto 2018 Round 7
 
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Modern 93 Wescoe, Craig 15 Joseph-Pare, Bertrand 56 Ikawa, Yoshihiko 15 Beldon, Omar 44 Murray, Jacob 15 Hayne, Alexander 104 Rubin, Benjamin 15 Hoffmann, Matthew Archetypes: Joseph-Pare: Elves Wescoe: Hatebears Beldon: UW Contro lvs Tron
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring Part 2 {Audio Book}
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring Part 2 {Audio Book} by Professor Louis Hoffman
Grand Prix Lyon 2018 Round 9 - Magic the Gathering
 
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Modern 173 Rouar, Julien FR 18 Schulte, Andreas DE 18 13 Tobiasch, Marc DE 21 Commercon, Simon DE 21 17 Fassler, Dario CH 21 Van Luttervelt, Dave NL 21 90 Juza, Martin CZ 18 Hofmann, Mike DE 18 Van Luttervelt, Dave (–) – playing W/U Hatebears. Schulte on Soulflayer Surprise and Fässler on Mill is the main attraction this round, of course. -- Watch live at https://www.twitch.tv/magic
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Professor Hoffmann:  Some Relevant Images:  Private 12:41 8 31 13
 
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This video shows some of the interesting items in my collection relating to Professor Hoffmann's "Modern Magic," first published in London in 1876. I posted the video today, but soon I realized that I had misspoken regarding the September 1876 issue of "Every Boy's Magazine." The last issue to carry "Modern Magic" material was not the September issue, but the July issue. In my collection, I have copies of at least the May, June, July, August, and September issues. (The periodical was also issued in a weekly version, probably during most, if not all, of its existence.) --Tom Sawyer March 7, 2013
Views: 132 Tom Sawyer
Cycles Point Density Magic - Gottfried Hofmann
 
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More info at https://www.blender.org/conference/2015/presentations/173
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Kitchen Chat No. 4:  Professor Hoffmann's Translation of "Magic at Home"
 
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I talk about a printing of "Magic at Home" dated 1891.
Views: 89 Tom Sawyer
Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring - Professor Louis HOFFMAN Audiobook
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring - Professor Louis HOFFMAN Audiobook CHAPTER Time Introduction 00:00:00 General Principles of Sleight-of-Hand Applicable to Card Tricks, Part 1 00:22:24 General Principles of Sleight-of-Hand Applicable to Card Tricks, Part 2 00:49:54 General Principles of Sleight-of-Hand Applicable to Card Tricks, Part 3 01:12:04 Card Tricks with Ordinary Cards, and Not Requiring Sleight-of-Hand, Part 1 01:24:01 Card Tricks with Ordinary Cards, and Not Requiring Sleight-of-Hand, Part 2 01:45:14 Tricks Involving Sleight-of-Hand, or the Use of Specially Prepared Cards, Part 1 02:05:01 Tricks Involving Sleight-of-Hand, or the Use of Specially Prepared Cards, Part 2 02:28:21 Tricks Involving Sleight-of-Hand, or the Use of Specially Prepared Cards, Part 3 02:49:17 Tricks Involving Sleight-of-Hand, or the Use of Specially Prepared Cards, Part 4 03:11:04 Tricks Involving Sleight-of-Hand, or the Use of Specially Prepared Cards, Part 5 03:35:36 Tricks Involving Sleight-of-Hand, or the Use of Specially Prepared Cards, Part 6 03:57:14 Tricks Involving Sleight-of-Hand, or the Use of Specially Prepared Cards, Part 7 04:16:23 Card Tricks Requiring Special Apparatus, Part 1 04:30:30 Card Tricks Requiring Special Apparatus, Part 2 04:55:22 Card Tricks Requiring Special Apparatus, Part 3 05:12:30 Principles of Sleight-of-Hand More Especially Applicable to Coin Tricks 05:30:31 Tricks With Coin Without Apparatus, Part 1 05:52:19 Tricks With Coin Without Apparatus, Part 2 06:08:14 Tricks With Coin Without Apparatus, Part 3 06:23:01 Tricks with Coin Requiring Special Apparatus, Part 1 06:35:01 Tricks with Coin Requiring Special Apparatus, Part 2 06:58:06 Tricks with Coin Requiring Special Apparatus, Part 3 07:27:30 Tricks with Watches 07:58:45 Tricks with Rings 08:28:37 Tricks with Handkerchiefs, Part 1 08:59:29 Tricks with Handkerchiefs, Part 2 09:22:49 Tricks with Handkerchiefs, Part 3 09:50:22 Tricks with Dominoes and Dice 10:13:27 The Cups and Balls, Part 1 10:27:52 The Cups and Balls, Part 2 10:50:20 Ball Tricks Requiring Special Apparatus 11:15:30 Hat Tricks 11:40:36 Miscellaneous Tricks, Part 1 Miscellaneous Tricks, Part 2 Miscellaneous Tricks, Part 3 Miscellaneous Tricks, Part 4 Miscellaneous Tricks, Part 5 Miscellaneous Tricks, Part 6 Miscellaneous Tricks, Part 7 Miscellaneous Tricks, Part 8 Miscellaneous Tricks, Part 9 Miscellaneous Tricks, Part 10 Miscellaneous Tricks, Part 11 Miscellaneous Tricks, Part 12 Stage Tricks, Part 1 Stage Tricks, Part 2 Stage Tricks, Part 3 Stage Tricks, Part 4 Stage Tricks, Part 5 Stage Tricks, Part 6 Concluding Observations Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring Professor Louis HOFFMAN (1839 - 1919) This "how-to" book covers everything for the 1800's illusionist, from stage presence & dress, program and stage arrangement, to how to do tricks with cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes and dice, cups and balls, hats, and other apparatus. "I have purposely limited my disclosures to such illusions as have been sufficiently long before the public to be fairly regarded as common property. Within this limit I have endeavored to make my explanations as complete as possible; but to go beyond it would be to infringe a moral copyright, and to deprive gentlemen to whom Modern Magic is especially indebted, of the well-earned fruits of their labor and invention." - Summary by TriciaG Proof-Listeners: Joyful in MN, Billl Boerst Genre(s): Performing Arts, Sports & Recreation Language: English
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring | Professor Louis Hoffman | 2/11
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring | Professor Louis Hoffman | Performing Arts, Sports & Recreation | Audiobook full unabridged | English | 2/11 Content of the video and Sections beginning time (clickable) - Chapters of the audiobook: please see First comments under this video. This "how-to" book covers everything for the 1800's illusionist, from stage presence & dress, program and stage arrangement, to how to do tricks with cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes and dice, cups and balls, hats, and other apparatus. "I have purposely limited my disclosures to such illusions as have been sufficiently long before the public to be fairly regarded as common property. Within this limit I have endeavored to make my explanations as complete as possible; but to go beyond it would be to infringe a moral copyright, and to deprive gentlemen to whom Modern Magic is especially indebted, of the well-earned fruits of their labor and invention." - Summary by TriciaGProof-Listeners: Joyful in MN, Billl Boerst This is a Librivox recording. If you want to volunteer please visit https://librivox.org/
Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring | Professor Louis Hoffman | 7/11
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring | Professor Louis Hoffman | Performing Arts, Sports & Recreation | Audiobook full unabridged | English | 7/11 Content of the video and Sections beginning time (clickable) - Chapters of the audiobook: please see First comments under this video. This "how-to" book covers everything for the 1800's illusionist, from stage presence & dress, program and stage arrangement, to how to do tricks with cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes and dice, cups and balls, hats, and other apparatus. "I have purposely limited my disclosures to such illusions as have been sufficiently long before the public to be fairly regarded as common property. Within this limit I have endeavored to make my explanations as complete as possible; but to go beyond it would be to infringe a moral copyright, and to deprive gentlemen to whom Modern Magic is especially indebted, of the well-earned fruits of their labor and invention." - Summary by TriciaGProof-Listeners: Joyful in MN, Billl Boerst This is a Librivox recording. If you want to volunteer please visit https://librivox.org/
Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring | Professor Louis Hoffman | 8/11
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring | Professor Louis Hoffman | Performing Arts, Sports & Recreation | Audiobook full unabridged | English | 8/11 Content of the video and Sections beginning time (clickable) - Chapters of the audiobook: please see First comments under this video. This "how-to" book covers everything for the 1800's illusionist, from stage presence & dress, program and stage arrangement, to how to do tricks with cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes and dice, cups and balls, hats, and other apparatus. "I have purposely limited my disclosures to such illusions as have been sufficiently long before the public to be fairly regarded as common property. Within this limit I have endeavored to make my explanations as complete as possible; but to go beyond it would be to infringe a moral copyright, and to deprive gentlemen to whom Modern Magic is especially indebted, of the well-earned fruits of their labor and invention." - Summary by TriciaGProof-Listeners: Joyful in MN, Billl Boerst This is a Librivox recording. If you want to volunteer please visit https://librivox.org/
Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring | Professor Louis Hoffman | 10/11
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring | Professor Louis Hoffman | Performing Arts, Sports & Recreation | Audiobook full unabridged | English | 10/11 Content of the video and Sections beginning time (clickable) - Chapters of the audiobook: please see First comments under this video. This "how-to" book covers everything for the 1800's illusionist, from stage presence & dress, program and stage arrangement, to how to do tricks with cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes and dice, cups and balls, hats, and other apparatus. "I have purposely limited my disclosures to such illusions as have been sufficiently long before the public to be fairly regarded as common property. Within this limit I have endeavored to make my explanations as complete as possible; but to go beyond it would be to infringe a moral copyright, and to deprive gentlemen to whom Modern Magic is especially indebted, of the well-earned fruits of their labor and invention." - Summary by TriciaGProof-Listeners: Joyful in MN, Billl Boerst This is a Librivox recording. If you want to volunteer please visit https://librivox.org/
Card Tricks Requiring Special Apparatus, Part 1 (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Card Tricks Requiring Special Apparatus, Part 1 by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Stage Tricks, Part 1 (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Stage Tricks, Part 1 by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring | Professor Louis Hoffman | 4/11
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring | Professor Louis Hoffman | Performing Arts, Sports & Recreation | Audiobook full unabridged | English | 4/11 Content of the video and Sections beginning time (clickable) - Chapters of the audiobook: please see First comments under this video. This "how-to" book covers everything for the 1800's illusionist, from stage presence & dress, program and stage arrangement, to how to do tricks with cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes and dice, cups and balls, hats, and other apparatus. "I have purposely limited my disclosures to such illusions as have been sufficiently long before the public to be fairly regarded as common property. Within this limit I have endeavored to make my explanations as complete as possible; but to go beyond it would be to infringe a moral copyright, and to deprive gentlemen to whom Modern Magic is especially indebted, of the well-earned fruits of their labor and invention." - Summary by TriciaGProof-Listeners: Joyful in MN, Billl Boerst This is a Librivox recording. If you want to volunteer please visit https://librivox.org/
The Magic Detective Show Season 2 Ep 3
 
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In this episode Dean shares a routine from Prof.Hoffmann's Modern Magic. He also shows a large magician's statue.
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Principles of Sleight-of-Hand More Especially Applicabl (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Principles of Sleight-of-Hand More Especially Applicabl by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring | Professor Louis Hoffman | 9/11
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring | Professor Louis Hoffman | Performing Arts, Sports & Recreation | Audiobook full unabridged | English | 9/11 Content of the video and Sections beginning time (clickable) - Chapters of the audiobook: please see First comments under this video. This "how-to" book covers everything for the 1800's illusionist, from stage presence & dress, program and stage arrangement, to how to do tricks with cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes and dice, cups and balls, hats, and other apparatus. "I have purposely limited my disclosures to such illusions as have been sufficiently long before the public to be fairly regarded as common property. Within this limit I have endeavored to make my explanations as complete as possible; but to go beyond it would be to infringe a moral copyright, and to deprive gentlemen to whom Modern Magic is especially indebted, of the well-earned fruits of their labor and invention." - Summary by TriciaGProof-Listeners: Joyful in MN, Billl Boerst This is a Librivox recording. If you want to volunteer please visit https://librivox.org/
Tricks with Watches (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Tricks with Watches by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Introduction (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Introduction by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Tricks With Coin Without Apparatus, Part 2 (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Tricks With Coin Without Apparatus, Part 2 by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring | Professor Louis Hoffman | Book | 11/11
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring | Professor Louis Hoffman | Performing Arts, Sports & Recreation | Audiobook full unabridged | English | 11/11 Content of the video and Sections beginning time (clickable) - Chapters of the audiobook: please see First comments under this video. This "how-to" book covers everything for the 1800's illusionist, from stage presence & dress, program and stage arrangement, to how to do tricks with cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes and dice, cups and balls, hats, and other apparatus. "I have purposely limited my disclosures to such illusions as have been sufficiently long before the public to be fairly regarded as common property. Within this limit I have endeavored to make my explanations as complete as possible; but to go beyond it would be to infringe a moral copyright, and to deprive gentlemen to whom Modern Magic is especially indebted, of the well-earned fruits of their labor and invention." - Summary by TriciaGProof-Listeners: Joyful in MN, Billl Boerst This is a Librivox recording. If you want to volunteer please visit https://librivox.org/
Paul Kroeger - The History of Psilocybin Containing Magic Mushrooms
 
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'Teonanácatl' Psilocybin-containing "Magic Mushrooms" History and modern use; from Central America to British Columbia presentation by Paul Kroeger at the 2012 Vancouver Mushroom show by the Vancouver Mycological Society Link to Paul Kroeger's book: The Outer Spores - Mushrooms Of Haida Gwaii https://sites.google.com/site/outerspores/home *Watch in 1080p HD by clicking the quality icon in the bottom right of the screen.
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Stage Tricks, Part 2 (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Stage Tricks, Part 2 by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Tricks With Coin Without Apparatus, Part 1 (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Tricks With Coin Without Apparatus, Part 1 by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Ball Tricks Requiring Special Apparatus (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Ball Tricks Requiring Special Apparatus by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Tricks With Coin Without Apparatus, Part 3 (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Tricks With Coin Without Apparatus, Part 3 by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Miscellaneous Tricks, Part 2 (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Miscellaneous Tricks, Part 2 by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Tricks with Handkerchiefs, Part 2 (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Tricks with Handkerchiefs, Part 2 by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Hat Tricks (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Hat Tricks by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Card Tricks Requiring Special Apparatus, Part 2 (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Card Tricks Requiring Special Apparatus, Part 2 by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
COSMIC CLOCK - Creation,  Space, Time, Matter, Extraterestial lands & beings, 2020 Solar Event.
 
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EARTH IS FLAT, although outer space does exist & we are not alone... We are part of a universe that is contained within an electromagnetic torus field, what NASA calls cosmic background microwave radiation. This was known by almost all ancient cultures as the COSMIC EGG. The Terra firma earth is a flat & motionless plane of land (geocentric) that runs diametrically across the heart/middle of this cosmic egg universe….. This plane is divided into 4 concentric districts, each separated by their own electromagnetic torus fields (Van Allen belts). Along & within the various districts or dimensions are many other extraterrestrial, lands, races, beings & cultures. Outer space - space/area beyond currently known parameters. Extra - more of Terrestrial - terrain / land. So in essence Outer space is the expanse of space that stretches across the entire plane of all the districts of our vast earthly plane. And extraterrestrials are being from extra terrains of land we are yet to rediscover. It is well documented that there were times in the not so distant past when we openly interacted with these other extraterrestrial beings from these extraterrestrial lands here on earth. Many ancient cultures literally etched, wrote, carved, drew & moulded these truths in stone. But due to various reasons public contact & interaction between us stopped & this basic of knowledge of where we are has been hidden from us by certain factions. These factions are what we might call the “elite” or the “establishment” that secretly runs and controls this district of Earth we are in. How have they managed to do this for so long? By keeping us, the masses ignorant of the facts generation after generation. Thus maintaining their status quo of rulership over us generation after generation. Knowledge is power...they've had this knowledge so they've had the power. Essentially these “elites” are gatekeepers keeping us separated & isolated from the rest of the earthly plane universe. But that paradigm is ending, with the advent of technology and this so called conscious shift, we are beginning to find & share this hidden knowledge exponentially quicker than at any other time in modern history. As this knowledge spreads It's only a matter of time before it reaches critical mass at which point “they” will have no choice other than to publicly disclose these hidden truths, lift the lid & finally allow us to rediscover who, what, where we are & our place & purpose within this universe. Research - Cosmic Egg by Martin Kenny or visit my Youtube channel flat earth universe, if any of this resonates. https://www.youtube.com/user/MrMartinkenny …………………………………...
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Tricks with Handkerchiefs, Part 3 (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Tricks with Handkerchiefs, Part 3 by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Concluding Observations (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Concluding Observations by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Stage Tricks, Part 3 (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Stage Tricks, Part 3 by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Stage Tricks, Part 5 (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Stage Tricks, Part 5 by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Miscellaneous Tricks, Part 4 (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Miscellaneous Tricks, Part 4 by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Carney's Caffeinated Cups & Balls
 
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The Cups and Balls has always been considered a real test of a magician’s ability. Professor Hoffmann called it "the groundwork of all legerdemain." Performing the routine with ordinary coffee cups presents it’s own challenges, but also creates a deeper mystery due to it’s impromptu appearance. Here is a streamlined, clear, and deceptive routine, with several new techniques that set it apart from other routines. Particularly interesting is that none of the traditional vanishes are used! Borrowing concepts from Dai Vernon, Charlie Miller, and Mike Skinner, Carney has blended them into his own unique and deceptive take on the classic. Covered here are not only novel techniques, but expert lessons in misdirection, body language, timing, and naturalness. John is considered not only one of the world’s finest exponents of sleight of hand, and also one of it’s best teachers. Both novice and expert level will find lots of tips, subtleties, and thinking, that if applied, will transform not only your routine, but all your magic. As a bonus, John demonstrates many of his touches for Dai Vernon’s classic routine. Why not learn from a master? Available on DVD or streaming online with Revizzit visit CarneyMagic.com click on "Advanced Sleight of Hand Instruction"
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Stage Tricks, Part 4 (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Stage Tricks, Part 4 by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Card Tricks with Ordinary Cards, and Not Requiring Slei (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Card Tricks with Ordinary Cards, and Not Requiring Slei by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
General Principles of Sleight-of-Hand Applicable to Car (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) General Principles of Sleight-of-Hand Applicable to Car by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
The Cups and Balls, Part 1 (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) The Cups and Balls, Part 1 by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Stage Tricks, Part 6 (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Stage Tricks, Part 6 by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Tricks with Rings (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Tricks with Rings by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Miscellaneous Tricks, Part 3 (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Miscellaneous Tricks, Part 3 by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Tricks with Coin Requiring Special Apparatus, Part 3 (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Tricks with Coin Requiring Special Apparatus, Part 3 by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Tricks with Dominoes and Dice (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Tricks with Dominoes and Dice by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)
Tricks Involving Sleight-of-Hand, or the Use of Special (Audiobook)
 
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Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring (Audiobook) Tricks Involving Sleight-of-Hand, or the Use of Special by Professor Louis Hoffman ► Subscribe for more audiobooks: https://youtube.com/channel/UCUhq23k9ssUwotIOxXB1ukA?sub_confirmation=1 ► Follow Us: https://freeaudiobookslibrary.com/modern-magic-audiobook https://twitter.com/OpenAudioBooks "Modern Magic: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Conjuring" Or see magic. Modern Magic by Professor Hoffmann (real name Angelo Lewis) is a treatise in book form, first published in 1876, detailing the apparatus, methods and tricks used by the magicians and conjurors of that era. Hoffmann was considered to be one of the greatest authorities on the theory and practice of magic, despite his own limited professional experience as a magician. == The Modern Magic book series == Professor Hoffman imparted much of his wisdom and expertise in the art of magic through a series of four books: Modern Magic (48 articles, first serialized in Routledge's Every Boy's Paper, and then published as one volume, in 1876.) More Magic (1890) Later Magic (1903) Latest Magic (1918) Of the series, Modern Magic is best known. The book contains advice on the appearance, the dress and the staging of a magician. It then goes on to describe many tricks with playing cards, coins, watches, rings, handkerchiefs, dominoes, dice, cups and balls, balls, and hats, and concludes with a long chapter of miscellaneous tricks, including magic with strings, gloves, eggs, rice and some utility devices. The penultimate chapter describes large stage illusions, and the final chapter contains advice on routining a magic show, and more advice on staging. Its popularity is due in part to the scarcity of teaching materials available to would-be magicians in the late 19th Century. Modern Magic was the first book in the English language to really explain how to perform magical feats. (Excerpt from "Modern Magic" by Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Modern_Magic licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/)