W. Somerset Maugham Quote

Yet magic is no more than the art of employing consciously invisible means to produce visible effects. Will, love and imagination are magic powers that everyone possesses; and whoever knows how to develop them to their fullest extent is a magician. Magic has but one dogma, namely, that the seen is the measure of the unseen.


The Magician (ed. 1908)

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Yet magic is no more than the art of employing consciously invisible means to produce visible effects. Will, love and imagination are magic powers...

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Yet magic is no more than the art of employing consciously invisible means to produce visible effects. Will, love and imagination are magic powers...

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Yet magic is no more than the art of employing consciously invisible means to produce visible effects. Will, love and imagination are magic powers...

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Yet magic is no more than the art of employing consciously invisible means to produce visible effects. Will, love and imagination are magic powers...