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The Camelard College of Conjuring of Chemmis

Camelard College is the world's only Honor Society for magicians. The Honor Society takes the form of an educational institution. Distinguished and honored magicians are admitted as Faculty and given the title of Professor. Accomplished young magicians (under 18) are admitted as students and given the title of Fellow (for both boy and girl magicians).

The Camelard College is partly a mythical magic school, but the College has an actual faculty of magicians that includes officers in magical organizations, professional magicians, dedicated magic hobbyists, and young magicians (under 18).

Camelard College Faculty and Fellows can be found throughout the world. Included among the Faculty are Jeff McBride, Just Alan, Bev Bergeron, John Calvert, Tammy Calvert, James Canaday, Rick Carruth, Mandy Davis, Paul Green, I.B.M. Past International President Bill Pitts, Ruth Pitts, Bob Sammons, S.A.M. Past National President Maria Ibenez, I.B.M. Territorial Vice-President Ed Hurtubis, S.A.M. National President Mark Weidhaas, and many, many other accomplished and distinguished magicians and magical historians, writers, and collectors. The best-known Fellow of the College is Derek McKee.

The web site for the Camelard College of Conjuring of Chemmis is .

See also Camelard.