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I wonder if there exists a bibliography of Neale's works, at least those dealing with magic. Anyone know of such?
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There is another forum that has all kinds of stuff available. But I think it's invitation only. Perhaps there are experts here that contributed there?
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Magic Matters - Highest reccommendation!

Review here for a review on this book:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4_woxEFVTd4

Go here to Mr. Neale website"

http://www.theoryandartofmagic.com/
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Whilst it is a small manuscript, "Frog Tales", is another Neale published piece that hasn't been mentioned here.
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"Magic and Meaning Expanded" is out of print but still available at this writing as an ebook for anyone searching for it. It is still possible to find hardbacks on the secondary market but it is often quite pricey.

http://www.hermeticpress.com/product_inf......s_id=106
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I had owned most of Bob's books, yet unfortunately am no longer in possession of them (long and depressing story)... Nevertheless, what are people's thoughts on his, "Nine Uneasy Pieces" book? Any thoughts or opinions on it? I'm considering purchasing it, as it is one of the few books I have never had a chance to check our by him. On a side note, Bob Neale is a great and very nice guy, sat down and built with him a many times at a bunch of the ICBM Gatherings in the mid-2000s. One of the most genuine and creative thinkers in magik for sure!
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On Jun 22, 2015, Nyama Possessor wrote:
I had owned most of Bob's books, yet unfortunately am no longer in possession of them (long and depressing story)... Nevertheless, what are people's thoughts on his, "Nine Uneasy Pieces" book? Any thoughts or opinions on it? I'm considering purchasing it, as it is one of the few books I have never had a chance to check our by him. On a side note, Bob Neale is a great and very nice guy, sat down and built with him a many times at a bunch of the ICBM Gatherings in the mid-2000s. One of the most genuine and creative thinkers in magik for sure!


I just got "Nine Uneasy Pieces" so its too soon to comment except to say it looks like if you like Bob's other material, you will probably like this too. I'll try and post more after I have spent some time with it.
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I just stumbled across Robert's work in Self-Working Paper Magic. Is there a resource for ideas or images to print on the boxes for Stretchit? Can someone recommend which of his books I should start with if I'm primarily interested in puzzles and optical illusions?
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