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   This article is about the fictional organization. For the book of the same name go to The Secret Society of Seven Sorcrers (book).

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The following information is based on events in Interview for a Wizard and The Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers and contain spoilers.

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Secret Society of Seven Sorcrers
(S.S.S.S.)
General information
Leader(s)

The Circle of Seven Sorcerers
current sorcerers:
Lord Alex

Notable members

Asmode

Founder(s)

Seven different wealthy wizards, the first sorcerers, from seven different Wizardry families

Headquarters

Unknown

Affiliation

Department of Magic (through members' positions within)
United States government (through members' positions within)

Purpose

Organized crime

Engagements

Most likely protection racketeering, arbitrating disputes between criminals, brokering, enforcing illegal agreements and transactions, and smuggling

Status

Active

Chronological information
First appearance

Interview for a Wizard (mentioned)

Last appearance

The Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers (so far)

The Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers (SSSS) is a large and underground Wizardry organization that deals in corrupt operations, and they are the equivalent of the Folk mafia. There are both Wizardry and Folk members within the Society, most of which are wealthy businessmen, celebrities and people in high positions within both Folk and Wizardry government.[1] The Society is ruled by the Circle of Seven Sorcerers.[2][1]

The Society was originally formed by seven founding fathers, each from a different Wizardry family, to help uphold the Salem Concord, a treaty between Wizardry and Folk that ended the Salem Witch Wars and created peace between the two peoples. Meanwhile, it forced Wizardry to keep themselves secret as well. However, with time the Society's ruling Circle of Seven Sorcerers lost sight of the original goal and began lusting for power and wealth, and started to disregard the wishes of the rest of the Society, and so transformed the organization into a crime syndicate.[1]

Three very important rules of the Society are: When someone joins, the rest of his family are members as well. Once someone is a member, they are always a member. If someone shows disloyalty, they may be punished by death.[1]

History Edit

Interview for a Wizard Edit

The Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers Edit

Known living members of the Society Edit

Known dead members of the Society Edit

Current Sorcerers Edit

Lord Alex Edit

Known former Sorcerers Edit

Edgar Scurrilus Edit

Raul Paylies Edit

Bastian Semisecret Edit

Gregory Saunders Edit

Robert Daniels Edit

Edward Bane Edit

Winston Towers Edit

Original seven Sorcerers Edit

Appearances Edit

The Salem Concord Edit

Scribl.com audiobooks Edit

Main article: Scribl audiobooks

References Edit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Areces, J.A.. The Secret Society of Seven Sorcerers. Areces Miami, Florida. 2017.
  2. Areces, J.A.. Interview for a Wizard. Areces Miami, Florida. 2014.
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