At the end of 2019 during my exclusive Gene Maze Tribute Lectures, I had several recurring themes. One of them was how switches are magic and how many of the tricks we do involve switches even though we don’t realize it.
A couple of weeks ago a friend of mine called me to tell me about this trick that he thought I would really like and should carry.
One of my favorite pocket illusions to carry around and show people is Tenyo’s Sakkaku Scale.
Around a million years ago I used to be Marshall Brodien’s understudy. Whenever he didn’t want to do a trade show in New York City pitching his magic product line I would get the gig.
At some point I started seeing the DIY acronym everywhere and I had no idea what it meant. When I looked it up it stood for Do It Yourself (the M in the title is for Magic).
I am sure that this is the only place you can buy autographed items from the two most successful American mentalists of our lifetime.
What I didn’t mention at the time is that I gave Nick Diffatte permission to release his updated version of the routine which does not use the dry tissues that are in the original Mullica routine.
Before I transferred to other pouches, as explained in my Bag Of Trix lecture, I used to carry a similar one that held a deck of cards with three rubber bands around it, a Wonder Bill inside...
At some point Herb Zarrow told me that he and Ron Wohl were going to visit and have lunch with Walter Scott, (The Phantom Of The Card Table), and invited me to join them.
Meir's MusesMyMagic eNewsletter #899January 27, 2021 The other day, after hearing of the passing of Mark Wilson I was inspired to casually write some stuff...