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Welcome Tiny to the forums!!

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Not a new introduction, just letting everyone know i'm back.  i was in Orlando this past Month, i knew two people who died at Pulse.

but i plan on getting active again

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Not a new introduction, just letting everyone know i'm back.  i was in Orlando this past Month, i knew two people who died at Pulse.

but i plan on getting active again


I'm so very sorry to hear about your tragic loss. 

It's good to see you back, X.
Your absence has been noticed.

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I'm so very sorry to hear about your tragic loss. 

It's good to see you back, X.
Your absence has been noticed.

Rudy


Thank you, it was Tragic both Personally and Community Wise, but it's something that myself and many others face in our life and have faced before.

hopefully i can start contributing a lot more [smile]

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Hello Everybody, Nice to be here. I'd like to give a shout out to my pal Tommy Ellison for inviting me in. I look forward to many wonder-full magical discussions.

An overview of my background:

Grew up in a magical household with my Dad being a practitioner of magic (parlour-small stage, then on to packet tricks) going on well over 40 years.

I began my own exploration into magic circa 1995 using Dad's props to perform in a couple school talent shows.

The pure sleight-of-hand bug really bit around 2000 after seeing several heavy-hitters on the "World's Greatest Magic" Specials. After seeing Ammar do his treatment of Roll over Aces and Lennart Green do his act I knew I would be a regular deck card-man for life. Followed that course via Dad showing me some stuff that relied heavily on principle/subtlety as I would not even learn to shuffle a deck of cards until around age 12-13. That was all thanks to an occupational therapist. From learning to shuffle it was "off to the races and I haven't looked back. While I am pretty much a "cards-only" performer. I am well read throughout all aspects of magic and integrate ideas from many areas for my work. 

Happy to be here.

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Welcome! Cool, it's kinda like you grew up in the business. I bet just by having your father as a practitioner the wealth of wisdom you got must have been great!
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Hello everyone,

I am Brian Woodyard and I am 32 years old from Abilene, TX. I have really only been learning magic since February of this year. My fascinations are with card magic in particular.

I am pretty confident with basic sleight of hand with cards. I would definitely classify as a beginner in magic from a skill level standpoint. I have performed a few simple routines with cards for friends and family but not much else.

I don't know that it would ever become a career for me but I really do love studying and I am one that is very determined to not give up on something because its difficult. When I started in Feb I wouldn't have dreamed of even being able to do a one handed cut. I worked at it for a while as I have small hands before I could finally do it reliably. I can't wait to learn all I can from this community and help bring joy to those around me through magic.

Also just as an aside I first fell in love with magic at the age of 8 when a magician came to my school and performed and called me up on stage to help with the linking rings and I simply could not figure out how he was able to link and un link the rings but as hard as I tried I couldn't do anything with them. I was mystified from that moment on and it wasn't until this year that I really decided I have to learn how to do this. I am a natural performer anyways. I am also a professional wrestler and have acted in a lot of community plays and musicals so theatrics are what I live for. 

I really am so very excited to be here.
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Thanks for the great introduction, Brian! I'm so glad that you've joined us.

There are many friendly and very knowledgeable magicians here.

Keep your eye out for our online video sessions. It's a great way for you to learn and meet some of our members.

Welcome to the Magician's Forum!

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Hello everyone, I'm Antonio and I'm 30 years old, I'm a close up magician from Venezuela currently living in Canada, I'm very happy to join this forum and meet new friends and learn a lot of magic, I've been doing magic now for over 10 years and I can say with all confidence that more than a passion magic is a part of who I am. I have worked for Dani daOrtiz helping him translate his magazine and some of his website videos into English. I had a surgery in my hand last year and still not recovered full mobility of my fingers so I kinda stopped doing coin magic (it's very difficult to classic palm or finger palm small objects)  so right now I'm focusing on cards, specially jazz magic and improvisation. I'm really happy to be here
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Hi Everyone

I've been pursuing magic as a hobby and a passion (with occasional paid performances) for over 50 years now.  I'm an Order of Merlin member of the IBM and I've been attending Fechter's annually for the last 16 years.  Since 2004 I have written the Fechter's reports that appear in the Linking Ring.  (If anyone is interested, you can read my reports here: http://www.ffffmagic.com/)

I'm also a member of the Canadian Association of Magicians, and back in the '90s I was a member of the Society of American Magicians.

My main interests in magic are close-up magic, stand-up magic, mentalism, and the history of magic.  Among my current sources of inspiration are J. C. Wagner, Daryl, John Bannon, Simon Aronson, Dani DaOrtiz, Boris Wild, Steve Beam ... and too many others to list!

Outside of magic, I'm a computing science professor at Queen's University in Canada.

I'm very pleased to be joining this forum and I look forward to getting to know the other people here.

All the best

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    So sorry I couldn't/haven't been a "source of inspiration"!!! But those who are - are great.
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Ahh, Mr. Lorayne ... you and your work come in at a level more profound than merely inspirational.  More like fundamental, essential and irreplaceable!  Please allow me to publicly express my gratitude for your monumental contributions to the art.

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Welcome to viamagus and Robin.

It is always great to hear from those passionate about our wonderful art.

Robin, I hope that you gain full mobility in your fingers soon.
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Thanks ... I think?  (Not sure I understand the bit about my fingers ...)
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Whoops, sorry, that was meant for viamagus, who posted that he had surgery on his hand and hadn't yet recovered full mobility.
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A friend of mine (David Carré) came to my house tonight to share a bit of magic, and he told me about this forum, of which I knew nothing. He's encouraged me to join up, after telling me about the impressive past lectures and those that are in the offing.
My hobby is card magic, and I'm a member of the Wessex Magical Association. I'm interested to see what's going on here.
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A friend of mine (David Carré) came to my house tonight to share a bit of magic, and he told me about this forum, of which I knew nothing. He's encouraged me to join up, after telling me about the impressive past lectures and those that are in the offing.
My hobby is card magic, and I'm a member of the Wessex Magical Association. I'm interested to see what's going on here.
Roger



I'm so glad that you've joined us, Roger! There are some great conversations happening here and some very friendly and knowledgeable magicians to interact with.

I look forward to getting to know you!

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Welcome Robin, Roger, and Antonio!

So glad you have joined and hope you have a great time interacting with some really wonderful magicians!!

Antonio, I hope your have a full and speedy recovery for your hand.

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One of my main goals in building this forum was to create an active community for magicians to share their thoughts and ideas with each other in a friendly and respectful environment. 

I don't mind if some of our members choose to sit back and enjoy the conversations from a distance. But I really must insist that it's the contributing members of this forum that are given access to the material and secrets that are being freely shared there. 

100 posts (in my opinion) is really not asking much. As Nico, Luigimar and several other members can attest to, I've given access to the Session Room to folks way before reaching 100 posts. But only to those who I feel are here for the right reasons and desire to become a contributing/active member of our community. 

That may mean that we may never become as big as other forums, but that's fine with me. 

I love the fact that when we have a video session, we know each other on a first name basis [smile] 

I think we've got a great thing going and trust that you'll be in the Session Room in no time.

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My Name is Katie,i am from Iowa. I am a Beginner Magician,my Favorite Magicians are Penn and Teller,and Barry and Stuart. They are my Hero's 
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Hi Katie -- welcome to the Forum.  There are lots of people here who can give you good advice on how to develop as a magician.

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Hello my brothers and sisters,

I am RedGrave (sometimes known as Clifford the Red) and I am bizarrist/psychic entertainer. I've been involved in magic since performing at age 5. I have a couple things published here and there, including pieces in Midnight in the Dark Museum by Jim Magus and The Book of Monkeys by Chris Philpott. I am a member of The Elders, a long standing mentalism and bizarre group in Los Angeles and a founding member of The Society for Unusual Manifestations and their annual Odd Gathering.

Glad to be amongst you and look forward to our conversations.

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Hi Everyone:
My name is Curt Godsey from Scottsdale, AZ. Born in California and grew up in Dubuque, IA.  got interested in magic at an early age thanks to Bill Bixby as The Magician and that series he did on the BBC.  Does anyone remember that series?  I seem to remember seeing Fred Kaps, Richard Ross, and many others.  A friend and I used to head down to Davenport, IA to attend magic lectures sponsored by John Mendoza and the Thinkers Emporium magic shop.  Dai Vernon, Slydini, David Roth, Darwin Ortiz, Paul Harris, Jerry Andrus, and Al Goshman were all great lectures back then.  Thinkers Emporium was an excellent shop where I picked up Close Up Card Magic, Deck-Sterity, Personal Secrets, My Favorite Card Tricks and many other classics.  These days I read as much as possible but have not performed in many years.  I would like to thank Rudy and everyone that helps out with the forum and for the great online lectures.  Finally a big thank you to Harry for all of the great literature thru all of the years and especially for Apocalypse which never ceases to amaze me when ever I open one of the volumes.  Harry was also kind enough to send me an autographed card a few years back!  Thanks again....CurtAutograph Card.JPG

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Hello my brothers and sisters, I am RedGrave (sometimes known as Clifford the Red) and I am bizarrist/psychic entertainer. I've been involved in magic since performing at age 5. I have a couple things published here and there, including pieces in Midnight in the Dark Museum by Jim Magus and The Book of Monkeys by Chris Philpott. I am a member of The Elders, a long standing mentalism and bizarre group in Los Angeles and a founding member of The Society for Unusual Manifestations and their annual Odd Gathering. Glad to be amongst you and look forward to our conversations. In Darkness, RedGrave


Thanks for introducing yourself, RedGrave!

I'm so glad that you've joined us and look forward to getting to know you!

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My name is Curt Godsey from Scottsdale, AZ. Born in California and grew up in Dubuque, IA.  got interested in magic at an early age thanks to Bill Bixby as The Magician and that series he did on the BBC.  Does anyone remember that series?  I seem to remember seeing Fred Kaps, Richard Ross, and many others.  A friend and I used to head down to Davenport, IA to attend magic lectures sponsored by John Mendoza and the Thinkers Emporium magic shop.  Dai Vernon, Slydini, David Roth, Darwin Ortiz, Paul Harris, Jerry Andrus, and Al Goshman were all great lectures back then.  Thinkers Emporium was an excellent shop where I picked up Close Up Card Magic, Deck-Sterity, Personal Secrets, My Favorite Card Tricks and many other classics.  These days I read as much as possible but have not performed in many years.  I would like to thank Rudy and everyone that helps out with the forum and for the great online lectures.  Finally a big thank you to Harry for all of the great literature thru all of the years and especially for Apocalypse which never ceases to amaze me when ever I open one of the volumes.  Harry was also kind enough to send me an autographed card a few years back!  Thanks again....Curt


Thanks for the great introduction, Curt!

I'm happy that you're with us and that you're enjoying the forum!

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Hi Everyone,

I am new in this forum and happy to be a part of this.

Have a nice day .. [smile]


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Curt,

I had a 'The Magician' magic set when I was around 10 or so. I still have the manual, it has Bill Bixby on the cover.

Nice to have you here, enjoy.


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I'm probably here under false pretenses - I'm not a magician.

 

I'm a fantasy writer who's considering a main character in a medieval-type world who is a street magician (she might get mistaken as having real magic powers) and while I am not here to glean "secrets" on how the tricks are done, I am hoping to talk to magicians who are interested in/have researched the early origins of close-up magic, and how some things might have been done.

 

Right now I'm fixated on flash powder, and what the ingredients and their sources might have been in pre-industrial Europe...

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arkymorgan, flash powder is somewhat of a fast burning gunpowder with the addition of a fine metallic powder like magnesium.
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Right now I'm fixated on flash powder, and what the ingredients and their sources might have been in pre-industrial Europe...



You might find some information in an old Micky Hades book titled "How to Make Flashes, Bangs and Puffs of Smoke"   If you decide to experiment, please exercise the utmost caution - these are dangerous.  And please, for the safety of your readers, don't put recipes for incendiary materials into your stories.
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Hello My name is Keith. I am a retired NYC firefighter. I used to do magic as a preteen. than I discovered girls. My magic wasnt good enough to impress them so i went with other things. lost the thumb of my dominant hand a while back and have been doing boring exercises to regain some dexterity. I decided to try some sleight of hand to make my task more interesting. That brought me here. I hope to get some good advice and help.

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Welcome to the Forum!  I think you will find a lot of helpful people here, with a lot of knowledge and willingness to share.

I'm glad you have joined us.

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Hello My name is Keith. I am a retired NYC firefighter. I used to do magic as a preteen. than I discovered girls. My magic wasnt good enough to impress them so i went with other things. lost the thumb of my dominant hand a while back and have been doing boring exercises to regain some dexterity. I decided to try some sleight of hand to make my task more interesting. That brought me here. I hope to get some good advice and help.



I'm glad that you're here, Keith!

Welcome to the forum!

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I am new in this forum and happy to be a part of this.

Have a nice day .. [smile]




Hi Marshel,

I'm so glad that you've joined us!

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My name is Ken.  Thanks, Rudy, for putting this forum together.  It's quite an undertaking, I'm sure, and kudos for the success so far.

I have been a member since almost day one, having received a tip from Mr. Lorayne in an invitation email.  Until a few days ago, I've not taken the time to post.  However, I have done a fair amount of lurking, and really enjoying the posts of others.

Short history:  Started at age 10, having received Scarne's Tricks and Scarne on Card Magic from my parents for Christmas.  I had no magic sets or tricks, and not knowing any better, created all my effects through the ideas in these and other books I accumulated over the next couple of years.  When I was able to earn money through a paper route, and then on to a minimum wage job at the Walgreens soda fountain at the mall, I began hanging out at Stoner's Magic Shop in Fort Wayne.  I began buying some small effects like the "I'll do it again" paddle trick, Emerson West packet effects, and the like.  I then joined IBM and SAM, and through those publications, found that there were also mail order companies like Magic, Inc and Tannen's.  My assortment of props steadily grew throughout my teen years.  At ages 16 and 17, I attended the FCM convention in Warsaw Indiana.  I demo'd card effects there, for Doc Haley.

My first big show was for a Bible School closing event, with all parents in attendance.  I was very nervous, because it was a packed house, but the rehearsals (with my assistant/sister) really paid off, and the butterflies went away after the first effect.  The ooh's and ahh's, the hearty applause, and comments and encouragement I received after the show was really addictive.  At 18, I attended my first IBM conference in Pasadena.  A very young David Copperfield was sitting right behind me with his mother at one of the evening shows.  Wow!  And I also had the chance to actually sit with Vernon in the hall between events.  I can't remember what we said, but it was just a bit of small talk. Wow!

Several more SAM, IBM, and Abbot's get-togethers were in the offing in those late teen years.  I began to have more interest in books than props, so I found my book collection growing pretty large.  As I got into my 20's and beyond, friends, marriage and kids pulled me away from my hobby.  There was a 25 year lull, but there always remained a glowing ember, and a suppressed feeling of something being denied. One day, I decided to sell some of my books on eBay.  But what happened instead is that the glowing ember sparked a flame, and I found myself buying books rather than selling.  

Now, I consider myself a frustrated performer (I've tried EVERY trick in the Stuart James volumes, and all the Lorayne books among many others, for example) who consoles himself with his collection (see separate post, "Magic Book Collectors?"), and the occasional performance to friends and family.

I'm an electronics systems engineer by trade.

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Hi Ken, thank you for taking the time to introduce yourself to all of us. I'm glad that you've been enjoying the forum and look forward to getting to know you better. I wish you a very Happy New Year!

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Ken,

Welcome to the Magicians Forum!! I used to buy tricks and books from Tannen's when I was a kid and teenager too. I totally relate to your story, i.e getting away from magic in my mid-20's and going to school and then a job..then coming back years later after going to Gerry Griffin's California Magic Shop in the bay area..and purchasing a vhs video by Martin Nash i.e his Charming Cheat series.

I got hooked on gambling routines with cards, as I always had an interest in gambling by itself. I also had an life long interest in metaphysics and new-age teachings which attracted me to doing readings and messing with mentalism.

Again, welcome to the forum..

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Hi Everyone!

I have been a long time fan of all magic but it was not until recently that I decided to take up card magic as a hobby.  I've found this forum to be an excellent source of information and guidance, and it's members to be very helpful and supportive of one another.  Needless to say this is extremely valuable to someone like myself who is just starting out.  I'm looking forward to learning/interacting with all of you and to contributing however I can!  

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Hi there, I'm new in this group and am just trying to make the transition from hobbyist to professional. I've even just released one of the many magic tricks that I've created and am now hoping to promote myself for professional shows around my local area. 
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Hi, I am new to this forum and super excited.  I am a full time professional magician in NYC. I love close up magic.  I have a YouTube channel dedicated exclusively to the performance of magic for real people in real time.  I am pasting a link if anyone wants to check it out.  Thank you.



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