• Books for the professional mystery entertainer by Steve Drury


    The Mysteries series contain advanced information intended for professional mystery entertainers,

    psychic performers, bizarre magi and serious students of mysteriosophy.

     

    Feather Mysteries. Steve Drury

    Feather Mysteries

    Feather Mysteries is a unique study into the magick and mystery of feathers.

     

    Initially delving into the mystical aspects of birds, before venturing deeply into the rich realm of feathers including superstition, symbolism, divination, ritual and many other concepts.

     

    A dust-jacket covered hardback with 286 pages, the book further features the authors own ideas and performance pieces, plus supporting contributions from Enrique Enriquez, Docc Hilford, Neal Scryer, Marc Salem, Ron Dayton (Kotah), Paul Gertner, Ning Cai (Mind-Magic Mistress), Jeff McBride, Jerome Finley, Mike Kay, Mark Edward & Carl Herron (Brother Shadow) Christian Chelman, Dr Steve Murray, Lary Kuehn, Mary Tomich and Bill Zuerner (Balaram).


    Foreword by Richard Webster

    Author / Editor Steve Drury

     

    CONTENT PREVIEW

     

    FEATHER MYSTERiES - IBM REVIEW

     

    "I would never have a thought a book like this was even possible (a whole book about feathers?), let alone one with so much variety and creativity. But Steve Drury has put together an instant classic composed of ideas from many of the top names in the world of mentalism and magic that is probably going to be the most unique book you'll read this year"

    Jheff Poncher. Marketplace of the Mind.

     

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    Key Mysteries. Steve Drury

    Key Mysteries

    Key Mysteries is a unique study into the magick and mystery of keys.

     

    Alongside essays on history and symbolic concepts are feature contributions on presentation approaches and many routines - both seminal and new.

     

    Dust-jacket covered hardback with 287 pages, contributors include David Berglas, Eugene Burger, Bruce Bernstein, Kenton Knepper, Docc Hilford, Marc Salem, Jeff McBride, E. Raymond Carlyle, Roni Shachnaey, Christian Chelman, Barrie Richardson, Dale Hildebrandt and many other highly respected performers.

     

    Foreword by Ed Solomon.

    Author / Editor Steve Drury

     

    CONTENT PREVIEW

     

    KEY MYSTERIES - IBM REVIEW

     

     

    "This is a gorgeous, idea-packed book for any person who likes routines with keys, especially those who perform bizarre magic or the haunted key, as that is a large part of the focus on the material presented here. However, there is something for everybody as you might guess after perusing the impressive list of contributors. This is a must-have for anyone looking for how to perform effects with keys or for good effects with keys, this is the book that I will be highly recommending from now on"

    Jheff Poncher. Marketplace of the Mind.

     

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