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The second instalment of Harry Potter, `The Chamber of Secrets,' is being released tomorrow. So what if you know zilch about magic? Don't be a muggle and check out these magic-related sites for news, views, updates, tricks and illusions.


MAGIC IS deadly serious business and whether you are a passionate pilgrim or an indifferent passer-by, these sites are well worth a dekko for a dash of enchantment.

The magic times

http://www.magictimes.com: This is the premier heads-up site to obtain the latest news of pulsing topicality. With over 1,000 instalments already posted, magicians can access headline, show, web, and club news, plus anything magic related off the press wires. It is updated daily.

The trickery

http://www.thetrickery.com: This online magic shop offers great presentations of tricks before you buy them. The website is an excellent source of magic supplies and accessories. Check them out!

All magic guide

http://www.allmagicguide.com: All magic guide is a comprehensive list of all the magic sights on the World Wide Web. It is a starting point for those interested in the world of magic and includes many links to other notable sites and online magic shops.


Magic magazine

http://www.magicmagazine.com: The world's best source for magic. This magazine is for anyone who's serious about learning more about the magic community as a whole. The column Talk About Tricks, offers outstanding close-up effects from some of the most creative minds in magic. You can also find timely and honest product reviews and editorials on all hot topics.

International brotherhood of magicians

http://www.magician.org: The International Brotherhood of Magicians is one of the oldest magic fraternities in existence. It has the largest worldwide membership of magicians. Learn many new effects or how to enhance your presentations.

Enjoy reviews of recently released books, tricks and videos. You can sign up with them at this web site.

The magic auction

http://www.magicauction.com: This is the clearinghouse for all magic supplies, new and used. Buy used stage illusions or props and sell old illusions that you don't want or need anymore. Basically you could find great deals here.

The magic castle

http://www.magiccastle.org: The magic castle is the private clubhouse for the Academy of Magical Arts, a very special organization devoted to the advancement of the ancient art of magic. You must be a member to join this premier club of the best of the best or be invited by a member. A must see!

P.C. Sorcar Junior

http://www.pcsorcarjr.com: Magician P. C. Sorcar (Junior) is the living legend of Indian Magic. He is Bengal-Ka-Jadu personified and is what "Magic of India" means today. Get to know about his philosophy and ideas and also get the tour details.

The linking page

www.linkingpage.com: This site complements, supplements, and competes with Magic Times. It features alphabetical listings of magicians and magic-zines, has a point-and-click access to articles and stories on The Magic Newswire, plus announcements of magic gatherings and media broadcasts.

Alternative Magic

www.peterduffie.pwp. blueyonder.co.uk/:

This site is a cardman's dream-come-true. On a regular, updating basis, Peter Duffie provides constant stimulation by offering monthly and bonus tricks, essays, linking pages, reviews, products, and robust e-books. Most of it is archived and accessible.

AYYAPPA NAGUBANDI

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