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[[Epoptica]] was a [[Magic Periodical]] written and published by [[Jeff Busby]] from 1982-1989. [[Image:Epoptica.jpg|thumb|right]]
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[[Epoptica]] was a [[Magic Periodical]] written and published by [[Jeff Busby]] from 1982-1989.
  
It can contained reviews of books and apparatus. The title was derived
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It can contained reviews of books and apparatus that were in stock and available for purchase at Jeff Busby Magic. Bonus sections would include a few magic effects.
from the Greek ''epoptic'' meaning pertaining to an epopt, one to whom all secrets of a mystery have been revealed.  
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The title was derived from the Greek ''epoptic'' meaning pertaining to an epopt, one to whom all secrets of a mystery have been revealed.  
  
 
There were 12 issues plus an Epoptica Yearbook.
 
There were 12 issues plus an Epoptica Yearbook.

Revision as of 10:00, 5 August 2009

Epoptica was a Magic Periodical written and published by Jeff Busby from 1982-1989.

It can contained reviews of books and apparatus that were in stock and available for purchase at Jeff Busby Magic. Bonus sections would include a few magic effects.

The title was derived from the Greek epoptic meaning pertaining to an epopt, one to whom all secrets of a mystery have been revealed.

There were 12 issues plus an Epoptica Yearbook.

It was succeeded by the Thaumaturgist.

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