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Topic: The Wizardsí Journal
Message: Posted by: Dynamike (Sep 25, 2018 05:30PM)
The Wizardsí Journal is a popular asset for magicians. I understand a lot of you know about it from Jim Gerrish. Take a peek at this page of the link: http://magicnook.com/wizardsTOC.htm

A lot is explained about what you can purchase from a single item. You can save even more money by purchasing the complete set. I like buying from The Wizardsí Journal. When I finish building the object I feel really good. Not because I saved a lot of money. Not because I am using something uncommon compared to other magicians in my area. It is because it helps enhances my pride because I built it myself.

If you have any questions about the ebooks, just ask Jim Gerrish. If you do not know who he is, just look for the guy who likes supporting all the members with so many post. You canít miss him.
Message: Posted by: Dynamike (Oct 1, 2018 06:40PM)
It looks like everyone bought one already. I thought it was just me. Guys, I am glad you are satisfied purchasing The Wizards' Journal.
Message: Posted by: jimgerrish (Oct 1, 2018 10:45PM)
Thanks for the kind review, Dynamike!
Message: Posted by: longdeademperor (Oct 18, 2018 12:43AM)
I have only bought some articles so far, but everything I have obtained from The Wizards' Journals and The Magic Nook has been fascinating. I particularly love the historical details and explorations of the various methods for the different effects. Reading the articles definitely inspires my own creativity.
Message: Posted by: jimgerrish (Oct 19, 2018 04:13PM)
Thanks for the compliments, longdeademperor. I'll pass them along to the other authors at The Magic Nook.
Message: Posted by: Senor Fabuloso (Oct 25, 2018 06:35AM)
The $40us price tag will keep these out to the hands of most, just staring out in magic. While you can buy individual items, the diy concept imo isn't something, NEW performers should be concentrating on. It's like asking a beginning musician to build his instrument. At first it's learning to play that matters. If what you want is instructions on how bo build your own magic (not always saving money) then the journals are for you. If what you want is to become a magician, there are less expensive works, concentrating on other things, you might want to look into?
Message: Posted by: jimgerrish (Oct 25, 2018 11:05AM)
Thank you for your comments, Senor Fabuloso, even though, as far as I can tell from our records, you have never ever purchased any of the Wizards' Journals. But it is true what you say,"If what you want is instructions on how to build your own magic then the journals are for you." That's basically our motto: "Do-it-yourself Magic for Built-it-myself Magicians."
Message: Posted by: Senor Fabuloso (Oct 25, 2018 11:17AM)
Obviously, I would not have bought them under the name Mr. Fabulous but I did in fact buy them from the creators, more than 15 years ago.