Saddie LaMort is a musician, poet, author, philosopher and Wiccan Priest. He co-founded the Berkano Tradition, the Celtic-Wiccan Traditionalist Church, and the band Ciretose Sire

Born in Budapest under the sign of Libra with Taurus rising, he became interested in arts at an early age. His first band was formed at the age of 10 - a progressive accoustic-metal band called Wild Killers. It was not a huge success and the old russian guitar involved lost four of it's strings. At the age of 14 he started actually learning to play the guitar, which in the light of how school bands are formed ("Oh, you can play the guitar? You'll be the guitarist, I can't play, so I'll be the singer") turned out to be rather hindering to his singing career.

At the age of 15 he co-founded his first band, K.osz, an old-fashioned punk band. It was also this age he died, but he soon got better. That experience started him off on the road to esotericism and occultism.

At the age of 19 he joined a group of Wicca and it soon became his life. He also joined the band Final Sentence.

He studied philosophy and English language. He joined Szukitett Kor, and got fired after a year. Then the band split up. He started teaching Wicca in 1998 and became a rather prominent, prolific and influential Neopagan in Hungary. Or at least he'd like to think that.

He co-wrote a book on the life of Aleister Crowley, translated and edited several other important pagan books. He's currently writing several others - one on Chaos Magic, one on Wicca. He almost wrote one on Light Faeries, but decided against it.

Saddie is available for lectures on a wide range of subjects from Paganism through occult philosophy to medieval Grimoire-magick. You can also book him with one of his many musical projects, preferably aforementioned Ciretose Sire, but also Zero Omega LVX or Project Euphorya.