Almost 15 years after she first appeared in Sea Priestess, Dion Fortune wrote about her heroine Vivien Le Fay again. In Moon Magic Vivien appears as Lilith Le Fay, and uses her knowledge of moontides to construct an astral temple of Hermetic magic. The viewpoint of Lilith Le Fay is purely pagan, and she is a rebel against society, bent upon its alteration. She may, of course, represent my Freudian subconscious… –‘from the Introduction ‘Dion Fortune’s books sell! Sea Priestess has sold 32,000 copies and Moon Magic has 25,000 copies in print. ‘First published in 1938 and 1956, neither Sea Priestess nor Moon Magic have been out of print and are enduring favorites among readers of esoteric fiction. ‘New packages will update these classic novels and introduce them to a new generation of readers.