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Ana Mahgo's mirror
General information
Alternative name(s)





To display Department intel as if it was a computer

Owned by

Ana Mahgo

Created by


In possession of

Ana Mahgo




To work as a computer for Ana Mahgo showing Department intel


In use

Physical information

Ana Mahgo's cuible in the DMCI headquarters within the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House, in New York City, New York, USA


United States of America

Chronological information
First appearance

The Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers

Ana Mahgo's mirror is an enchanted mirror that stands at her cubicle office in Research and Registration of Magical Items at the Department of Magical Criminal Investigations inside of the Alexander Hamilton U.S. Custom House.[1]

It acts as an office computer to her, being able to display screens with Department intel, including some information on suspects involved in cases and murdered people's causes of death. The pages in the mirror are controllable through touch, and can be scrolled up and down through with a finger, and to open any link one merely has to tap on it with a finger. Instead of typing, like on a computer, words and searches are entered in the mirror through the user's voice. When one has to log into the mirror, a voice from it will ask for a password, at which point the user responds verbally with the password.[1]


The Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers

Investigating the Circle of Seven Sorcerers


The mirror, which is large, is held by a bronze statue of a woman wearing a long silk dress that fits tihgtly on her slender body, and whose hair is pulled back in a tight bun, revealing long earrings and a pearl necklace. The statue dates back to the art deco era when magic was still mysterious, and it is the only item in Ana's office that she valued.[1]

As it functioned as an office computer, it was able to display screens with Department intel.[1]


The Salem Concord


  • In an earlier draft of The Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers, which was used for the original free podcast audiobook release of the book, Ana Mahgo used an actual computer rather than a magic mirror that acted as a computer. However, in the third book of the audiobooks, The Sorcerer's Secret, she is using a mirror for a computer.


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Areces, J.A.. The Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers. Areces Miami, Florida. October 31, 2017.