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Thomas Alan Waters (1938 - 1998), born in the United States was a professional magician, mentalist and magic author that went by the name T.A. Waters.
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'''T.A. Waters''' (1938-1998), born in the United States, was a professional magician, mentalist and magic author.
  
Waters wrote several booklets on mentalism which were later assembled in his big book [[Mind, Myth & Magick]] (1993).   
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== Biography ==
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T. A., standing for Thomas Alan, wrote several booklets on mentalism which were later assembled into his big book [[Mind, Myth & Magick]] (1993).   
  
He was once the librarian at the [[Magic Castle]] and was also noted for his [[Any Card at Any Number]] routine.  
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He was once the librarian at the [[Magic Castle]] and was also noted for his [[Any Card at Any Number]] routine.<ref>Cover [[Genii 1993 October|Genii Magazine, Vol. 56, No. 12, October 1993]], AN INTRAVIEW with T.A. WATERS, page 760</ref><ref>Obit [[Genii 1998 September]]</ref>
  
== Published Works==
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== Books==
 
* Love that Spy! (1968)
 
* Love that Spy! (1968)
 
* The Probability Pad (1970)
 
* The Probability Pad (1970)
 
* Centerforce (1974)
 
* Centerforce (1974)
* Deckalogue (1982)
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* New Thoughts on Old (1980)
* Cardiact (1984)   
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* Cerberus (1981)
* The Encyclopedia of Magic and Magicians (1988)
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* Trionic (1981)
* Mind, Myth & Magick (1993)
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* [[Omnimancy]] (1981)
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* Grymwyr (1982)
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* [[Deckalogue]] (1982)
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* [[Cardiact]] (1984)   
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* [[Encyclopedia of Magic and Magicians]] (1988)
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* [[Mind, Myth and Magick]] (1993)
  
==External links==
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{{References}}
 
{{Wikipedia}}
 
{{Wikipedia}}
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* The Linking Ring, Vol. 78, No. 9, September 1998, MEMOIRS Of A Magician’s Ghost, by John Booth - CHAPTER 330, T.A. Waters: Mentalist, Novelist and Psychologist, page 91, More Late News, page 124
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* The Linking Ring, Vol. 78, No. 10, October 1998, Broken Wand, T.A. Waters, page 157
 
* [http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/w/t-a-waters/ T A Waters bibliography]
 
* [http://www.fantasticfiction.co.uk/w/t-a-waters/ T A Waters bibliography]
* [http://www.stevensmagic.com/gemini/tawaters.htm T A Waters magic articles]
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==References==
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Latest revision as of 09:23, 15 March 2015

T.A. Waters

Cover of Genii (1993)
BornFebruary 27, 1938
Chillicothe, Ohio
DiedAugust 07, 1998 (age 60)
Hollywood, California
CategoriesBooks by T.A. Waters

T.A. Waters (1938-1998), born in the United States, was a professional magician, mentalist and magic author.

Biography

T. A., standing for Thomas Alan, wrote several booklets on mentalism which were later assembled into his big book Mind, Myth & Magick (1993).

He was once the librarian at the Magic Castle and was also noted for his Any Card at Any Number routine.[1][2]

Books

References

  1. Cover Genii Magazine, Vol. 56, No. 12, October 1993, AN INTRAVIEW with T.A. WATERS, page 760
  2. Obit Genii 1998 September
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  • The Linking Ring, Vol. 78, No. 9, September 1998, MEMOIRS Of A Magician’s Ghost, by John Booth - CHAPTER 330, T.A. Waters: Mentalist, Novelist and Psychologist, page 91, More Late News, page 124
  • The Linking Ring, Vol. 78, No. 10, October 1998, Broken Wand, T.A. Waters, page 157
  • T A Waters bibliography