Pentagram

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[[Pentagram]] was a [[Magic Periodical]] by [[Peter Warlock]] from 1946 until 1959. Pentagram was a highly regarded source of original material for the professional mentalist and magician. [[Image:Pentagram.jpg|thumb|right]]
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'''Pentagram''' was a [[Magic Periodical]] by [[Peter Warlock]] from 1946 until 1959. Pentagram was a highly regarded source of original material for the professional mentalist and magician.
  
 
Pentagram was the truest successor to [[Ted Annemann]]'s [[Jinx]]. Warlock was editor and publisher from 1946 until May, 1940, after which he continued on as editor with another publisher. The magazine ended with it's last issue in December, 1959 (Volume 14, Number 3).
 
Pentagram was the truest successor to [[Ted Annemann]]'s [[Jinx]]. Warlock was editor and publisher from 1946 until May, 1940, after which he continued on as editor with another publisher. The magazine ended with it's last issue in December, 1959 (Volume 14, Number 3).
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Contributors included [[Al Koran]], [[Dr. Jaks]], [[Alex Elmsley]], [[Jack Avis]], [[Roy Walton]] and others.
 
Contributors included [[Al Koran]], [[Dr. Jaks]], [[Alex Elmsley]], [[Jack Avis]], [[Roy Walton]] and others.
  
The complete set has been republished as a 2 book set and a CD ROM.
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The complete set has been published as a 2 book set and a CD ROM.
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It was revived by Supreme Magic as the [[New Pentagram]].
  
:''See also [[New Pentagram]] which was revived by Supreme Magic.''
 
 
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Latest revision as of 20:37, 13 October 2012

Pentagram
Pentagram.jpg
First issue1946
Final issue1959

Pentagram was a Magic Periodical by Peter Warlock from 1946 until 1959. Pentagram was a highly regarded source of original material for the professional mentalist and magician.

Pentagram was the truest successor to Ted Annemann's Jinx. Warlock was editor and publisher from 1946 until May, 1940, after which he continued on as editor with another publisher. The magazine ended with it's last issue in December, 1959 (Volume 14, Number 3).

Contributors included Al Koran, Dr. Jaks, Alex Elmsley, Jack Avis, Roy Walton and others.

The complete set has been published as a 2 book set and a CD ROM.

It was revived by Supreme Magic as the New Pentagram.

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