Welcome to the Inner Plane and its tempestuous society of sorcerers and magi and an underclass of lowly folk practitioners and licit and illicit immigrants from the Outer Plane. The Sorcerers and Magi series offers thought-provoking magic and intrigue for adult fiction readers drawn to magia, mysticism, and spiritual philosophy. The series begins with the life and times of a lady mage named Sofia La Maga. Upon returning to her hometown in her magical world after long years of exile in the Himalayas and thereabouts, she befriends, mentors, and rehabilitates the troubled teenaged son of an imposing and elitist dignitary, Consul Leo de Lux. Strongly averse, then curious, then acquiescing, and ultimately exhilarated the dignitary both falls for Sofia La Maga and also embraces a portended predestined role as the leader of a utopian movement that seeks to overturn an oppressive social system that not only gratuitously exploits magical persons of lesser status but persons like you and me who inhabit the Outer Plane. Magical fantasy is woven with insights from Eastern mysticism and Western esotericism in this first installment of the series. In this series, magical fantasy is woven with insights from Eastern mysticism and the Western mystery tradition.
The series offers thought-provoking ideas about self and finding oneself and one’s true purpose and is geared to adult fiction readers drawn to magic, mysticism, and spirituality. A hidden gem that not only entertains but enlightens. Consider it "Harry Potter for Grownups."
About the Author
Dionesia Rapposelli is a professional medical writer/editor, artist, and independent researcher with interests in consciousness research, Eastern mysticism, Western occultism, folk magic, and historical perspectives about magic and mysticism. She is the author of the Sorcerer's and Magi series of fantasy/occult fiction, which she uses as a springboard to share pertinent concepts about spirituality, consciousness, redemption, and transformation. Under the name Soror ZSD23. she is also the author of The Seal of Secrets of the World Adventures in Astral Magic, a memoir on working with the 16th century grimoire, The Arabatel.