eBook Magia con imperdibles (Spanish Edition) download
by Jerry Andrus
Author: Jerry Andrus
Publisher: Edicions Marrè (March 4, 2011)
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Category: Art and Photo
Subcategory: Performing Arts
Andrus was born January 28, 1918 in Sheridan, Wyoming. At the age of 10, he moved to Albany, Oregon, where he lived until his death in 2007. At 12, Andrus became interested in the art of illusion when he saw a performance of a reformed "spiritual medium"
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Jerry Andrus was a poet, philosopher, inventor, humanist, agnostic and magician. Jerry is mostly recognized as a magician. Whereas most magicians learn the trade from other magicians, Jerry had developed all of his illusions himself. He lived in Albany, where he grew up. Jerry had traveled the world as a teacher, lecturer and performer. He is the author of several books and videos on card control and other close-up magic tricks. But Jerry is also well known for his remarkable eye for optical illusions and he had created many ones in his shop and his home that he called the "Castle of Chaos".
The Book also contains photographs of Jerry performing magic, as well as some of his self-portraitsPDF Format. This 100 page manuscript details several of Jerry Andrus' most famous effects. Through illustrated instructions, classics such as 'Zone Zero' and 'Sudden Surprise' are completely explained. The Book also contains photographs of Jerry performing magic, as well as some of his self-portraits. Andrus Notes Jerry Andrus eBook DOWNLOAD. Go To This Product's Details.
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Jerry Andrus was an incredible creative and inquisitive man. He could converse just as easily on questions surrounding quantum mechanics as he could on magic and optical illusions. He looked at a deck of cards very differently than most of us. This allowed him to create unique and astonishing moves and applications for them. Anybody seriously interested in sleight-of-hand card magic should study this most important publication by Jerry Andrus. Author's Prefatory Remarks