I am a psychic too!

In addition to my activities as an entertainer I also do Tarot Readings! Most of my clients are private sessions but occasionally I am actually booked to do readings at corporate functions. The types of readings at these events are usually 5 minute affairs done for entertainment and do not get into the clients troubles and worries.  It is a wonderful thing to be hired to do walk around magic for an hour or so then set up in a quiet corner and finish the rest of the evening doing palm readings. And quite frankly the palmistry is often an even  bigger hit than the magic!

However, I also do one hour long private sessions for people too consisting of palmistry, tarot, I Ching and Numerology and exhibit at many psychic fairst throughout the year.

I know all this is nothing to do with magic but I have to fill this blog up with something! Anyway here is a video which might interest some of you. Incidentally the girl in the video is my niece Sharon Lewis who is the only other entertainer in the family! She is a singer songwriter and very good indeed at it.

I am a psychic too!

Marmaduke the Wonder Mouse!

I once wrote a little book for magicians called Marmaduke the Wonder Mouse. It is devoted to a little pocket trick involving a little plastic or rubber mouse which runs all over the hands and crawls around all over the place like a real mouse.

Here is a video of the little creature in action. Alas in a spirit of great forgetfulness I forgot to include two little tricks. One is that the mouse is suppose to roll over on it’s back and then right itself and another little sequence is that I take a ring and put it over a pencil and the ring rises up the pencil! The pencil trick in the video is actually part of the mouse demonstration believe it or not! Once you view the video you will know what I am talking about.

For those magicians who are interested in purchasing the book ( I include a free mouse with each book!) you can obtain it here:

http://www.marklewisentertainment.com/html/mousebook.html

And here is the video. Enjoy:

Marmaduke the Wonder Mouse!