First of all, there are magicians who like to be "philosophical", seem smart type, who say things like, they are trying to blur the line between illusion and reality or something like that... And there are magicians who sometimes say they have powers as sort of a prank or social experiment or maybe for a few laughs. But there are other types, the ones who have crossed the line from being a magician to something else. Where they claim their illusions are not JUST tricks, but at least partially done through supernatural means. Uri Geller comes to mind. Now, I am aware that many of your beliefs defer. And I am not here about that... But how often does it happen? How often do magicians go on to claim that some of their tricks are not ENTIRELY tricks? What do you think about it? Should that line be crossed?