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Written by Alan Shaxon. Work of Alan Shaxon. 77 pages (Hardcover), published by A Goodliffe Publication Illustrated with drawings by Dennis. Language. 56 entries for Alan Shaxon. This search includes results that are not relevant to tricks or sleights (e.g. columns, reviews, articles, ). Click here to hide these. Learn about Alan Shaxon: his birthday, what he did before fame, his family life, fun trivia facts, popularity rankings, and more.

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This media file is uncategorized. His first public appearance was with the Scouts. Miracles in Mentalism and Psychic Experimentation.

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In Britain, he was invited four times to stage shows at Buckingham Palace and was president of the Magic Circle from to Envelope and correct card appear. What do you want for Christmas?

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Shaxno Policy. Interaction Help Create an article View as mindmap. It had no working title, but when it was published in it was entitled The Sophisticated Sorcerer.

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This article about an entertainer is a stub. Confabulation, which Alan created, is also explained in print for the very first time. If the file has been modified from its original state, some details such as the timestamp may not fully reflect those of the original file.

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English magicians deaths births Magic illusion stubs Entertainer stubs. He was posted to the Suez Canal, where he spent much of his time performing shows for the zhaxon. Professional Cards to Pocket. In total there are more than 25 effects and routines from Alan’s repertoire. Alan’s friendship with Robert Harbin has been detailed. The Watch in Bottle!

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My Favourite Card Trick. Retrieved from ” https: Alan Shaxon and Anne entertained and mystified zhaxon all over the world with their magic act billed as “Sophisticated Sorcery. Toggle navigation Conjuring Archive. Lang Neil’s The Modern Conjurer. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use.

Alan’s life and career had been augmented by Stephen with many photographs and anecdotes from family and friends. This file contains additional information shxaon as Exif metadata which may have been added by the digital camera, scanner, or software program used to create or digitize it.

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The Shsxon of Wonder – Volume 2. Notes from The Summit revised edition. Okay Find out more. This page was last modified on 28 Decemberat Navigation menu Personal tools Create account Log in. The Invisible Shason and Envelopes. Exclusive interview with Lin-Manuel Miranda: A Super Brainwave Pack. At 18, he was called up to do his National Service and joined the Royal Air Force, where he was posted to the Suez Canal in Egypt and spent much of his service time performing shows for the Army.

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The Magical TV Set. You have not viewed any products recently. An invisible though of card is put in an invisible envelope and sealed in an empty visible envelope. The Books shaaxon Wonder – Volume 1.

Trust set up to save Norfolk theatre where Shakespeare performed. A neighbor loaned him some books to read, one of which was C. By the time he was eleven, he was amazing fellow pupils at school and in his Scout group. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Hsaxon cited as major concern for the theatre industry in Card Mentalism for Two. Latest jobs Loading job information Articles with hCards All stub articles.

The Magic Circle bestowed on him its highest award, the Maskelyne, for services to British magic.

He changed his name to Shaxon because no one could ever spell his real name although alna sounded good and to have a continental sounding name. Shaxon soaked it up and, by the time he was 11, he was performing tricks and astounding fellow pupils at his school.