Magician and novelist Andrew Mayne and guest Jordan Gold discuss the difference between teaching magic and blatant exposure (with a little discussion of IP). Here's a link to the Magic Club YouTube video.
Francis Young discusses the commercial side of magic in Tudor and Stuart England here for the History Vault. He also notes that the use of magical spells and other swag might get you into legal trouble. For more about grimoires,...
Joe Curcillo is the 2015 Annemann Award and 2014 Milbourne Christopher Award winner for Mentalism. He has fascinated and endeared people since he was a child. Joe Curcillo took his love for mentalism and his background as a criminal defense lawyer and married the two into his stage presentations. He presents a blend of message spattered with comedy and psychic entertainment that can only be described empowering. He engages corporate audiences as an entertainer as well as a trainer. He teaches trial lawyers, salesmen and corporate executives to use the power of the mind, common sense and observation skills to excel in their daily endeavors.
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