The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious. It is the fundamental emotion which stands at the cradle of true art and true science. –Albert Einstein.

The art of magic has long existed when people started to find that they could do something that seems to go against the law of nature. No one knows when the first magic trick was ever created.
Magic is doing something that seems to contradict all laws of nature, going against gravity and defying the laws of physics. Venturing into the world of impossibilities, the magician brings along his audience for a short period of entertainment and bewilderment and for a moment causing them to forget about everything that makes sense.

Magic is an art that has been amusing people for centuries and bringing everyone back to experiencing childhood wonder. It has been used to bring happiness and joy to those who are down. It has been used in orphanages to put a smile on the children’s faces and telling them that the impossible can happen if they believe so and encouraging them to change their lives. Magic has been used in hospitals to entertain patients and to bring them out of their misery, giving them a few moment of joy. It is an entertainment art that knows no racial, geographic or language barriers.

The moment we experience magic, we are instantly children again. For a fleeting moment – after the magic happens and before logic sets in – the world is boundless and anything is possible. Only magic can do that.

As Albert Einstein places it, the mysterious is the most beautiful experience we can have. The sense of wonderment created by the magician leaves the audience with an emotional feeling. That is a fundamental emotion which can be created with true art and science – magic.