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  • Ray was introduced to magic by his Jr. High School shop teacher in a small town called Emmaus. Once he discovered YouTube and found magic videos on it, he decided to share his own magic with others. Ever since Ray is creating visual and unusual magic. His biggest influence is Jay Sankey. He is inspired by his out-of-the-box thinking. Ray found another friend and teacher in Dennis Barlotta. Ray now enjoys performing promotional magic for local restaurants, part time.
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Magic shouldn't have to be hard to perform. Real magic can be learned by everyone. Real magic is easy to learn. Real magic is original. .....
Tuesday, 25 August 2009 Spookey
Practicing your sleight of hand is important for the close up worker. There are a lot of sleights and handlings out there and you have to pick a select few that work for you. The best way I found to practice my sleight of hand is in front of a mirror and to .....
Thursday, 26 February 2009 Crushing a coin with 2 fingers
  Borrow a quarter from a spectator. Next place it between you thumb and first finger. In plain sight of the spectator the whole time, you start to bend the quarter. You bend it so far that the coin is folded in half. .....
Wednesday, 18 February 2009 How do you make the illusion real?
To me magic is doing something extraordinary with a borrowed object. It's making the impossible possible. Doing the unexpected. Magic is creating the illusions using your imagination. How do you make the illusion real? Well, we tell a stories and make the spectator's mi .....
Practical Methods and Forty Original Card Experiments A famous card expert demonstrates tricks that have left theater audiences amazed, and that card-playing professionals have used profitably. It is not a book for beginners .....