MyMagic eNewsletter #956
August 18, 2021
The last time I remember using a magic wand was when I was a kid performing the Rice Bowls.
Even though I no longer relate to magic wands I understand their symbolism and their utilitarian applications. From my experience their two biggest applications are for direction/misdirection, and to make the guilty hand look innocent. Of course you can always credit them with making the magic happen.
It also makes a nice display piece and looks good in a magic collection. I have offered you many different wands over the years, from the one with real bullets for tips to the ingenious click wands: HERE
A few months ago, I was offered an opportunity to get a small supply of custom-made wood wands with brass tips. Since I was able to get them at a good price, I am extending that discount to you. The package has been bouncing around the planet for the past five weeks and finally arrived this week.
►Indian Wood Wand:
This is a very nice magic wand made of wood with brass tips. It is a little shorter than many magic wands (around eleven inches long), which makes it much easier to handle and looks more proportional to the props that wands are used for.
Does not have any magical powers… you will have to supply those.
Get one: HERE
Had lunch yesterday with Dr. Michael Rubinstein and he dropped off a few more autographed copies of his best-selling book Coin Magic. Now in its fourth printing.
For everything Rubinstein go: HERE
►Rubinstein Coin Magic:
This is Dr. Michael Rubinstein’s legacy project, he selected what he felt were the best of his routines and techniques and added many new routines and improvements for most others.
He also added a section on puns that he likes to intersperse within his magic and even a chapter featuring routines from some of his friends.
This is a massive and heavy book. It is an oversized hardcover with dustjacket. 512 high-gloss pages with 930+ photographs.
ALL OF OUR CURRENT COPIES ARE AUTOGRAPHED
Get one: HERE
The N-Stripper decks from the last newsletter sold-out very fast. Just placed another big order. It usually takes Steph around two weeks to make them and another two weeks for them to get here from Canada. Please sign up for notifications if you want some decks: HERE
Stay happy, Meir
PS: A reminder to the 100+ purchasers of the N-Stripper decks in 2019-2020. There is a new tutorial in your media library.