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Learn Magic Paperback – June 1, 1975
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Sure, if they are watching carefully when you, say, palm a card from a deck, they'll see it. But this book aims to teach you how to get them distracted so they won't watch carefully.
Maybe the most fun was the last couple of dozen pages, about stage illusions. Hay explains the trick of sawing a woman in two. "Obviously, however, you have to use two girls - not one to saw up and one to restore, but one for the head and one for the feet." And if you happen to be the "head" girl, remember to roll your head from side to side with each stroke of that saw.
Henry Hay teaches you not only how to "Learn Magic," but also how to master it and be able to entertain not only your close and dear ones, but also pursue the art of magic more seriously...
If you ever thought I want to be a David Copperfield, a Paul Daniels, or even a David Blaine, a Penn and Teller, here's your starting point! Where you end it is entirely up to you.
Remember, the sky is the limit.. or is it ?!