Magicians on Stage and Off: Part 1 Jeff McBride

Jeff McBride

His performances have garnered awards and recognition. He won The Magic Woods Award for Best Magician, in 2008. He’s earned recognition from the Academy of Magical Arts, the Society of American Magicians, and named “Magician of the Year” by the International Grand Prix of Magic. The Academy of Magical arts named him “Lecturer of the Year”.

McBride holds several Guinness World Records. (Wikipedia)

He and his wife, singer Abbi Spinner, teach within the Vegas Vortex Pagan community in Las Vegas, Nevada. vegasvortex.com/index.php

McBride is a member of the Grey Council at the Grey School of Wizardry. “Jeff “Magnus” McBride (1959-) For the past 30 years Jeff has traveled the world as a performance magician and educator in ritual theater. He is especially known for his extensive magical work with masks. Jeff has been seen on many TV specials, including ABC’s Champions of Magic, NBC’s Worlds Greatest Magic, and PBS’ The Art of Magic, and also on the Discovery Channel’s Mysteries of Magic, where Jeff served as a consultant on shamanism and ritual magic. … He is also founder of The Mystery School of Magic, a yearly conference for the advanced study of magical arts. Jeff has been facilitating Ritual theater events at Festivals throughout the world for the past decade.” Click here to visit the Grey School of Wizardry.

His website is www.mcbridemagic.com

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VIDEO: Master magician Jeff McBride performed this clever Sorcerer’s Apprentice routine on the Jan. 19th, 2009 broadcast of the MyNetworkTV series “Masters of Illusion.” posted by renditionsdesign

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VIDEO: Master magician Jeff McBride performs a beautiful routine with some of his signature masks. This footage is from the first episode of the new MyNetworkTV series “Masters of Illusion.” posted by renditionsdesign

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