**Astrological
Magic Squares as Charms and Talismans**

By Keith Abbott | Submitted On June 12, 2007

Numerologists use **Magic Squares** to create talismans and
charms for protection, and to enhance their abilities in certain areas.
There are seven of these magic squares, each with its own prosperities
and uses. Will carrying one of them help you?

**Astrological Magic Squares**

Cronelius Agrippa studied and named a series of **Magic Squares
**for the various Planets, and ascribed various proprieties to
these squares based on their Astrological influences. Later in
Elizabethan times, John Dee and Sir Edward Kelly worked with these
squares, and included them in the Enochian system of magic.

These same squares were used in the Hebrew tradition of the Kabbalah,
and are associated with particular aspects of the Tree of Life.

The seven **Astrological magic squares** and their
properties are listed below.

**Square of Saturn**

A talisman made using this square increases the chances for success in
business, and draws money to the wearer; It also tends to cure
depression. This is a (3 x 3) magic square built using the whole numbers
1 through 9. Its essence (row total) is (15) which reduces to a (6) by
fadic addition. Its complete sum total of all squares is (45).

**Square of Jupiter**

A talisman made using this square gives power and prestige to the
bearer. It enhances the persons authority and leadership. This is a (4 x
4) magic square built using the whole numbers 1 through 16. Its essence
(row total) is (34) which reduces to a (7) by fadic addition. Its
complete sum total is (136).

**Square of Mars**

A talisman made using this square protects the wearer from accidents and
injuries. This is a (5 x 5) magic square built using whole numbers 1
through 25. Its essence (row total) is (65) which reduces to (11) by
fadic addition. Its complete sum total is (325).

**Square of the Sun**

A talisman made using this square brings peace of mind to the bearer.
This is a (6 x 6) Magic Square built using whole numbers 1 through 36.
Its essence (row total) is (111) which reduces to a (3). Its complete
sum total is (666).

**Square of Venus**

A talisman made using this square brings love and affection from the
opposite sex. It also improves your peace of mind. This is a (7 x 7)
Magic Square built using the whole numbers 1 through 49. Its essence
(row total) is (175) which reduces to a (4). The complete sum total of
all squares is (1225).

**Square of Mercury**

A talisman made using this square protects you from enemies, increases
your memory, and enhances divination skills. It's an (8 x 8) magic
square built using the whole numbers 1 through 64. Its essence (row
total) is (260) which reduces to (8) by fadic addition. The complete sum
total of all squares is (2080).

**Square of the Moon**

This square is used to bring friendship, and increased respect in the
community. It's a (9 x 9) magic square built using the whole numbers 1
through 81. Its essence (row total) is (369) which reduces to (9) by
fadic addition. The complete sum total of all squares is (3321).

Keith Abbott is the developer and owner of 'Numerology 4 You' where you
can order your own Numerology reading, including your Yantra Magic
Square chart. Visit him on the web today at
http://www.numerology4you.com

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**FURTHER READING**

In the Western Occult Tradition, each planet has traditionally been associated with a series of numbers and particular organizations of those numbers. One such method of numerological arrangement is the magic square.

MAGIC SQUARE http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magic_square

PLANETARY MAGICAL SQUARES http://altreligion.about.com/od/westernocculttradition/ig/Planetary-Magical-Squares/

How to Make and Use Magic Squares for any purpose! Powerful Ancient
Talismans for everything you want! Really Practical Magic

How to make and how to use Magic Squares to fulfill your Desires
http://www.magicalrecipesonline.com/2013/03/how-to-make-and-use-magic-squares-for.html

The Sator Square http://hoodoohillrootworksupply.blogspot.com/2012/05/sator-square.html