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About the author:
Thomas Chilton Meseroll is currently a Director of Engineering in the Space & Intelligence sector of the aerospace industry. He was the Program Manager for NASA's Deep Space Network and a senior consultant for the U.S. Air Force Military Satellite Communications Wing. He received a Patent Award from Hughes Space and Communications for theorizing a method for communicating with the past and the future using satellites with quantum entangled particle communication devices. He has a BS degree in Astrophysics from UCLA and an advanced degree in Geophysics and Space Physics from the same institution.
He has been a martial arts practitioner for forty years and is an expert in Okinawan weaponry.
He is a proud member of the Society of American Magicians, the Magic Collector's Association, the Magic Circle in London, the Academy of Magical Arts (The Magic Castle), and "The Elders"-a proficient group of mentalists, bizarrists, and magicians. He is known as "The Magus: Master of Martial Magic" for his incorporation of martial arts in magic. He has been performing magic around the United States for over forty-five years. In 2007 and 2012 he won Close-Up Magician of the Year for the Southern California Assembly of the Society of American Magicians-an award won previously by Dai Vernon and Al Goshman. He is currently the President of Assembly 22 of the Society of American Magicians.
He is also a skilled juggler.
He is a Pastor and has performed weddings for martial artists in Japanese gardens, secret magical weddings at the Magic Castle, and one ceremony for a CIA agent.
He is a marathon runner and triathlete, bibliophile, devoted husband, and proud father of two.
Magus, Master Of Martial Magic, Book II, Lessons for the Novice
Thomas Chilton Meseroll
The critically acclaimed saga of the Magi continues in Magus: Master of Martial Magic, Book II, Lessons for the Novice, with the protagonist Nicholas Thompson delving deeper into the mysteries of magic and reality. The tale resumes where Magus, Book I ended. It chronicles the escalating battle between good and evil in the magical world of the Magi while exploring further the nature of reality and the deep relationships between magic, martial arts, philosophy, and quantum physics.
- Publication Date:
- 1492344281 / 9781492344285
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.5" x 8.5"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Science Fiction / General