Like the other guy said, Black Magick and Black Art art two totally different topics. Black Art is a magician's principle where there is generally a flat-black backdrop. This allows anything covered in black on stage to be totally invisible. Lighting is very important as is the type of material used, which has to be flat black, like felt, and non-reflective. Objects can be made to vanish, appear, float across the stage, etc. Humans, too.
The best book on the subject is DARWIN'S INEXPENSIVE ILLUSIONS by Gary Darwin (1997). It's out of print but you can probably find a used copy over on e-bay or bookfinder.com The second best book is DON DRAKES BLACK ART BREAKTHROUGHS, I think that's the one you have. There are other books, and a bunch of illusions that rely on this principle, but nothing compares to those two books, which will make you a expert in the area of Black Art.
Black Magick is a realm of the occult, another forum altogether. Don't feel bad about confusing the two, we constantly have to educate newbs.
BTW, I own all of the Osborne's Illusion books, it took me years and quite a bit of money to collect them, and yet my favorite illusion book of all time is that Darwin Illusion book mentioned above. I learned more illusion principles out of that book than all the Osborne illusion books combined, most of which amount to a box jumpers and falses base of some sort.