Not exactly. The Magician represents ideas, often those communicated through speech. This, after all, is one of the oldest forms of magic. The power of words to make things happen—speaking and creating. The Magician embodies the influence of words to bring about change. This is why he's sometimes perceived as a fast talker, as people like him give you ideas. Consider the ads for kitchen tools promising to help you prepare a five-course dinner in five minutes. You might not have all the necessary items, but as the demonstrator speaks about the tool's capabilities, you start having ideas: hosting a dinner, impressing special guests...
Ideas, ideas, ideas... whether they materialize into a five-course dinner is not the Magician's responsibility. His role is to offer the idea—the starting point, the spark. #1. Perhaps you'll take it from there, or perhaps you won't.
In terms of feelings, one might perceive this person as inspiring. Alternatively, they may think they talk excessively and can't be trusted—an attention seeker. On the flip side, someone may adore listening to them, wanting to hear their ideas all day long because they find them marvelous! They may even feel that the person IS a magician 😃
The Magician, as a person, is typically charismatic, clever, and excellent in front of an audience. He craves attention, is a chatterbox, quick, and tricky, but he harbors no ill intentions. Whether a doctor or a showman, he aims to inform, entertain, leave an impression, and then move on. His feelings towards others lack depth. Like ideas, they're exhilarating, but ideas must be worked on and actualized before they gain depth and substance.
This could be why he appears elusive in terms of feelings—because he's not centered around deep emotions. He's about wanting to talk, wanting to inspire, and seeking attention. Similar to an idea. Does that clarify things?