Sorcerers and Magi

The Art, Fantasy Fiction,

and Magic and Mysticism

of Soror ZSD23

What makes this book important is that it tells you what you need to know from someone who has been there. It is the sort of thing that a teacher might pass on to their students, but keep secret from the rest of the world . . . . Those that actually experiment with this sort of stuff will find it invaluable. It gives you clues to how the Seal is supposed to be used, and also the sorts of problems you are likely to suffer as a result. It also reveals a lot more of the nature of the Olympic Spirits . . . . This sort of book is the occult equivalent of a science journal where the experiment is available for peers to look at and work with themselves . . . . When I wrote my own books I put in lots of stories with some of them being about me which are not that flattering. What I did not do was write an effective diary of each of my experiments as Seal of the Secrets of the World does. While I would argue my books sugar the pill a bit, Soror ZSD23 has made her subject more directly useful for serious magical workers. –Nick Farrell


Written in a well thought out, balanced and plain language style, easily readable by anyone; Soror ZSD23 has presented us with a much needed introspection, experimentation and analysis of the Arbatel. Material which impacts and relates also to other works in the Olympic genre. Of greatest interest is the sharing of the techniques and results of such workings; both personal and collective. Here is something which is often rare in the field of esoteric studies. -Fra. Mea Fides In Sapientia

 Sometimes it may seem like we need magic to find happiness. "La Maga: A Story about Sorcerers and Magi" is a sensual fantasy novel following lady mage Sofia la Maga as she returns home to help a troubled teen, who happens to be the son of a renowned sorcerer. A tale marked by sorcerers' exotic charisma as well as social unrest against injustice, and the repercussions of an unruly system of magic, "La Maga" is tempestuous soiree into mystic mysteries. -- Midwest Book Review, March 2013

The Sorcerers and Magi Fantasy Fiction Series: Harry Potter for Grownups . . .

Astral Evocation Magic of the Olympic Spirits:

The Seal of Secrets of the Word  Adventures in Astral Magic