Frequently Asked Questions

Will you reveal the secret behind a trick if I e-mail my request to you?

We might include it on the site, yes.

Where should I send hate mail if I wish that you and everyone associated with this Web site would die?

Use our feedback form, please.

I have a question about magic that isn't about a magic secret. Can you help me ?

Certainly! Write to Presto and your question may be answered online.

Who the heck is Presto?

Presto is an award-winning magician, star of stage, street, screen, and radio. He is also the owner and author of Mallusionist enterprises, a foudation dedicated to preserving magic by spreading it around all willy-nilly.

Will you link to my Web site?

Unfortunately, no.

Can I reprint a bunch of your stuff on my Web site or in my blog?

No, but you're welcome to quote a bit if it's accompanied by a link to our site. (We're greedy that way.)

Where can I learn real magic?

If Mallusionist isn't good enough for you, you can purchase magic materials from a number of online sources. Look around a bit and we're sure you can find an ad for such a magic supplier somewhere. Maybe even somewhere really close. Like, close enough to click on. Which you should.

Can I send you a magic trick I invented?

If you'd like us to expose it and ruin any chance you have of ever making money off of it, sure!

Do you know the secret to every magic trick?

No! In fact, we have a list of tricks we need more information on.

Is the rumor about David Blaine's tattoo true?

We aren't saying.

The information on this site is intended for use only by those with a sincere desire to learn nothing about magic and is for entertainment purposes only (in other words, don't try this stuff, particularly the dangerous parts). The Magicians Assistance Collective (MAC) frowns upon the use of magic in the formation of religions or to attract a cult following.

Magic is not real. Reality is not magic.

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