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Five essays inspired by the writings of Aleister Crowley designed to inspire and change the way you think about magical performance.
"Rob Chapman writes with a style that leaves you feeling like you just made a new friend. His personable style of mysticism mixed with occultism and good old skill-full handling make Rob Chapman one of the most watchable and bankable performance magicians on the circuit today. Sometimes deep, sometimes funny, incisive and always interesting, you will gain a deeper perspective of presentation and thought into your own performance and maybe a way of making your performance more magickal for your audience. I read the book in one whole sitting and came away with my head reeling with ideas and notions I could incorporate into my own close up magic and who knows...maybe just maybe.... leaving my audience with the possibility that magic really exists. Highly Recommended!" - Phil Naylor
1st edition 2014, 32 pages.word count: 10652 which is equivalent to 42 standard pages of text