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Mystery School

Mastering the art of levitation takes lots of practice

Mystery School The first rule of Mystery School: Don't talk about Mystery School The second rule of Mystery School: Don't talk about Mystery School Ok, enough predictable humor. People ask me quite a bit if I went to school to me a magician. If I show someone some magic that they like, people might say "Wow that was Amazing! Did you go to collage for this?" Usually magicians don't go to school to me magicians. The State University doesn't have a major for it. The secrets of magic are usually hard won and blood bought. What about the exposed guys on YouTube? Those people aren't usually professionals. After all some of the cliches are true... “He who can, does. He who cannot, teaches.” Back to the point... I worked as a full time entertainer for years with my only education being my engineering degree, magic books, and lots of practice. But eventually I felt that my audiences deserved to see the best possible ME. Most people have never seen a magician live, and I wanted to make the most of those rare experiences. I wanted to elevate my performances, and the only way to do that was to get professional training! Fortunately for me, the opportunity arose to meet with two of the greatest magicians alive today. Jeff McBride and Greg Gleason definitely do not fit the old cliche about those who can't. They walk the walk!