Hello, fellow majishuns,
and willkommen inside our very personal change bag
full of 1,000 things magical!
By establishing this English and German blog called ZZZAUBER (meaning MMMagic) we have set ourselves on a multi-purpose magic mission to entertain and enlighten you:
- to advance the art of magic by sharing valuable insights, fresh ideas, great magic and pieces of art related to conjuring and deception and by connecting the past, present and future
(Hint: This is signified by our minimalistic, homemade logo, <<>>>)
- to poke some good-natured fun at magic’s top brass and everything that may be wrong with amateur majishuns and the majic community today (at least according to our own questionable standards)
- to share some pieces of interest from magic’s vast history and from our own collection, like magic postage stamps, magic programs, magic in advertising, etc. (more to follow)
- to showcase, and sometimes show-off, some of our own meager attempts in the arts, be they in written form or even rhymed, drawn or painted, photographed or photoshopped.
(Note: Please respect the copyright on all our original materials, even the cheap, risqué and shallow ones. Thank you!)
Since this site is all about the friendly art of deception, you will encounter the occasional trick or misdirection being played on you. We hope you have some fun exploring these little hints and secrets.
Just scroll down endlessly on this main page to get all the latest magic news and tidbits! For special interests, like MAGIC & ART, POSTAGE STAMPS or INTERVIEWS, you may find the main chapters helpful. Just click them in the bar above.
As for your comments and opinions, frankly, we don’t care much. This is a blog, after all, and not another forum. And since most of our musings are purely based on personal opinions, tastes and observations, what would be the point in telling us your dissenting views and start quarreling here?
We deeply appreciate your occasional visit, read, link, nod or smile, though.
P.S. This blog is not apt for beginners in magic. You may find the link section helpful, but then move on, please. The same goes for secret-seeking dumbwits. Thank you!