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As Revealed to David Britland, the most eagerly-awaited book of the decade, three years in preparation, The Mind & Magic of David Berglas is an enlightening account of over 50 years of miracles from the renowned, legendary man of mystery, David Berglas. Here are his adventures on radio, television, in live shows, corporate shows, with stage illusions and consulting on major motion pictures. Most amazing of all…here are his secrets.
As carefully recounted and explained by David Britland, here are David Berglas’ techniques for his amazing phenomena, including his commercial Magic Square Routine, Newspaper Prediction, Blindfold Routine, ESPacology, chair Balance Routine, and many, many others. Here are the remarkable Berglas effects, almost all explained here for the first time, including The Vanishing Piano in a ballroom, the Picture Post Challenge, the Box Over Regent Street, The Ten shilling Note. Here are the routines from his popular one-man show, Man, Myth & Magic. Here the explanation of his publicity-generating television appearances and even his unique approaches to impromptu magic. Here is his method for Think of a Card and the secrets of the famous, whispered-about deception which has become the “holy grail” of card workers, The Berglas Effect: Any Card at Any Number.
Written by David Britland, with introductions by Uri Geller and Paul Daniels.
566 pages, including color pages, hundred of black and white photos and diagrams, and a full index. Hard cover with satin and library fabric spine, gold stamping. A quality production and an important book on the art. Limited to one thousand copies.