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Brendan Mahgo's pendant
General information
Magic

Yes (glows)

Powers

Glowing

Owned by

Brendan Mahgo
Emily Johnson (formerly)
Henrietta Lefkoff (formerly)

Created by

Unknown

In possession of

Brendan Mahgo
Emily Johnson (formerly)
Henrietta Lefkoff (formerly)

Use

Unknown

Purpose

Unknown, possibly to glow

Status

In existence and use

Physical information
Location

With Brendan Mahgo or at the Mahgo house, Florida

Nation

United States of America

Chronological information
First appearance

The Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers

Last appearance

The Sorcerer's Secret


The Midas Elixir is a golden teardrop containing a magical potion that turns anything it touches to gold. The potion itself is the remaining water collected by the ancient Greek king, Midas, after washing his hands in the river Pactolus to cleanse himself of his curse of turning everything he touched to gold. It was owned by Midas although after the Greek king's death it disappeared only to resurface when Nicolas Flamel reported using it his alchemical studies. It was then believed to have been placed back in Midas's tomb. Later in the 1960s the Midas Elixir was stolen by the Edwin Bane for an interview for the open spot in the Secret Society of Seven Sorcerer's Circle of Seven Sorcerers. It was however taken from the Society with the Nostradamus Medallion by Lord Alex and Asmode in collaboration with Luli of the MBI and Philip Fabiano and Ira Lefkoff of the FBI. Ira gave them to his sister, Henrietta Lefkoff, who kept them until 2007 when dark wizards came looking for it. Then the piece of jewellery was given to Brendan Mahgo for a time after by Henrietta's help, Emily Johnson, at at Alivan's Wizards and Witches Corner Store's first annual Halloween costume contest as a prize after he'd hovered on a flying broom for the first time in his life.[1]

The Midas Elixir pendant resembles a long glass teardrop containing a golden, glowing liquid, attached to a leather string so that it can be worn as a necklace.[2]

History

The Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers

The Sorcerer's Secret

Apearances

The Salem Concord

References

  1. Areces, J.A.. The Sorcerer's Secret. Areces Miami, Florida. March 1, 2021.
  2. Areces, J.A.. The Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers. Areces Miami, Florida. October 31, 2017.
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