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PostPosted: Sun Apr 02, 2006 5:56 pm 
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Are tarbell magic books good.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 06, 2006 8:14 pm 
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somebody please tell me if the Tarbell magic books are good.


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YES it is good. In fact it is not just good, it is better than that. I mean this very truthfully when I tell you that if you purchase the 8 volume set and begin with book one and truly learn every lesson, lesson by lesson and do not skip any of it but truly learn everything that is there. (That doesn't mean you have to master every trick BUT you should learn them at least) when you are done you will have one of the most rounded and complete undertsandings of magic that you could go out and begin earning a living as a professional without ever purchasing another magic book or trick in your life. The series will teach you just about every principle you will ever need to know and covers just about every area of magic. If you were to combine it with "Greater Magic", "The Cardician", "Magic and Meaning", and "Strong Magic" you would have a complete bookshelf.

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PostPosted: Fri Apr 07, 2006 10:29 pm 
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i have all the tarbell books i was just making sure thy're good.


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Just make sure you study them all, thoroughly and lesson by lesson rather than skimming it for tricks. As you begin to study them in earnest you WILL know what i mean by the time you are done the second volume, possibly even before and I guarantee that you will not be disappointed when you do either as you reaqlize how vastly improved your knowledge, understanding and skills in magic develop to a much greater level than if you just skimmed for individual tricks. That is when you will realize exactly how good they really are.

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Read the books, and then you'll find out if their good or not.


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i will read the books
i was just wondering
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flight2 wrote:
I will read the books
I was just wondering
gosh


Well if you have them, why are you asking questions?? By the way, what is the first word on page 28 of the third book?? Mine is blotted out and since you have the books you wouldnt mind telling me what that word is, would you?


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The First word is Tommy Martin


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flight2 wrote:
The First word is Tommy Martin


Thats 2 words.


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 09, 2006 9:17 pm 
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okay the first word is tommy
i didnt know
i was jud=st giving u his name


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