Who is the first magician in the world?

Dante “Dante” Boccaccio [1892-1964] was a British magician, first of a kind, who used a small wooden table set in the shape of a human hand.

He taught that when people approached him for advice, their physical hands would disappear, but that they remained for five days, until their last breath.

The table is made from a large wooden block and is set in a square frame on a table top. Boccaccio then used a black magician’s lamp placed on top of the table so that the light would not reach his pupils.

The table is made from a large wooden block and is set in a square frame on a table top. Boccaccio then used a black magician’s lamp placed on top of the table so that the light would not reach his pupils.

When Boccaccio taught his magic, he did so by using a magician, who is described as a man who is “a servant of God to whom an invisible power has allotted a certain function, the task of which, as is apparent to all rational persons who observe him by faith, is to produce some effect upon the mind of the magician”. When Boccaccio offered the magician no help, the magician’s hand passed out of the picture and the hand disappeared.

The magician’s lamp, then, was meant to be a guide to the magician’s brain.
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He taught that, when the person approached the magician for advice, their physical hands would disappear but that they remained for five-hours, until their last breath. The only way that a magician could tell the difference between the mental and physical processes of the mind was by using a magician as intermediary. Boccaccio also noted that the magician’s pupils, when seen from the magician’s head, should be of a lighter shade of grey than when seen from outside the magician’s body.

Boccaccio did not invent this method and it is not surprising that he did not get credit for it when he did.

One of the reasons that the idea of using a magician to guide the magician’s brain was not taken as a serious option is that the person of the magician did not want a help, nor did the magician want the help, when all he could do was go to the doctor to be cured.

It is said that Dante’s first pupil, who was a young boy, was able to see the future in a way