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MagicMason
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Hey All... Would anyone have any ideas for me. I have been asked to teach a gospel magic worskshop at the Torchbearer School in Sweden in May. It is a 45 minute session designed to help students (who may or may not have any knowledge of magic), learn some magic to illustrate the gospel. I was thinking of teaching the torn and restored napkin. Maybe a french drop. The amount of props I would have will be limited. What simple to teach, simple in props (items around the house) would you recommend for this workshop? Thanks for any advice you may have.

Tom Mason
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Random thoughts - magician's force, paddle move, ropes, sponge ball routine using balled up cocktail napkins, torn/restored money (false rip method), math magic ...
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Thanks Wes!! Did not think of the paddle move with like a table knife. Great ideas!
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How about the boomerang principle, which is used on a great tract.

The ones I have are blue and red. The one on top appears larger. (or is the other way around. The two curved papers illustrate we can not always go by what we see. Thomas wanted to see before he would believe in the resurrection. We all know Jesus answer to him.

You can make them up in paper, cardboard or wood.

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Gregg McMahan of http://www.mistergreggyparty.com/ has a wonderful resource for teaching magic camps, classes etc. He shows how his book's individual pages can be used as single handouts. Website shows the tricks contained in it.
Specializing in Family Entertainment,Gospel,Comedy and Educational programs for over 30 years.(Order of Merlin)
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Thanks Harris... I will check into that

Hi Rev Bill - thank you for the web site link. I appreciate it!

Tom
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