Guinness World Record

Largest Magic Lesson

Guiness World Records

“The largest magic lesson involved 1,476 participants and was taught by Cagliostro in Haifa, Israel, on 1 June 2015.

Attending the class were representatives from varying ethnicities and religious communities, including children of Muslim, Jewish and Christian faiths.”

In 2015, Cagliostro felt ready to perform the greatest feat of all by breaking the Guinness World Record for the largest magic lesson ever performed. 

Cagliostro gathered a total 1,576 high school children from all different religions and ethnic communities: Druse, Muslims, Christians, Bahais and Jews.

This in itself was a wondrous act of faith, the like of which has not been seen in the Middle East for centuries. Concentrating his sparks of magic into one potent beam of primordial light, he taught these youngsters a single magic trick that joins them together to this day, a message of peace and togetherness that only supernatural powers can conjure up and maintain.

Cast your eyes upwards as these young students did, and you too will see Cagliostro using the same powers that the builders of Solomon’s Temple used, the same powers that control the universe, that make objects appear or disappear at will, the powers that refashion space and time in the wink of an eye.

“The massive lesson, dubbed “Haifa Magic for Peace,” brought together Jewish, Christian and Muslim students from across Haifa for a day of fun and cross-cultural interaction. It was organized by the Haifa Municipality and Beit HaGefen, a Jewish-Arab cultural center.”

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“Emphasizing the importance of this attempt to the society, Cagliostro was heard noting, “This is a magic lesson with representatives of every faith and community in Haifa; this is Haifa Magic for Peace.”

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“Children from twenty-five schools across Haifa attended the historic event, with representatives from every ethnic and religious community, including Jews, Muslims, Christians, Bahais and Druze, according to the World Record Academy.”