Category Archives: Ceremonial

SHALL WE PLAY A GAME?

A riddle: I cast dices, pick dominoes, play roulette, draw tarot cards and mahjong tiles but always find the same numbers… … Triangular numbers. T( 3) = 6T( 7) = 28T( 8) = 36T( 12) = 78T( 16) = 136

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Planetary hours.

I showed before that there is a relationship between the succession of the day of the week and the order of the spheres in the geocentric model of the world. If you know the order of the days of the … Continue reading

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The Geocentric Tarot

The twenty two trumps of the tarot have been associated to the twenty two letters of the hebrew alphabet. But let’s look at a more straight forward association. Looking at the iconography of the trumps, it is easy to spot … Continue reading

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Norse Gods

Days Norse Roman Greek Egyptian   Monday Moon Luna       Tuesday Tiu Mars Ares Horus   Wednesday Wodan Mercury Hermes Toth   Thursday Thor Jupiter Zeus Osiris   Friday Freya Venus Aphrodite     Saturday Loki Saturn Cronus … Continue reading

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Nine Heavens

Nine Spheres In the geocentric model of the universe, there is nine spheres surrounding the Earth, each supporting some celestial objects. Listing them from the outer one to the one closest to the Earth, we find: Sphere of the Primum Mobile. … Continue reading

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System 42

The sum of the seven planetary numbers is equal to forty two. 42 = 3 + 4 + 5 + 6 + 7 + 8 + 9

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Making canonical magic squares

In occult literature treating of magic square talismans, we find usually the same 7 magic squares. These are the ones I call canonical magic squares. Their side length goes from 3 to 9 and they are built using one of … Continue reading

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Summations

Summations or triangular numbers is one of the simplest magic skill to master. It is useful in the study of magic squares and gematria. If we write SUM( 1..n, n) as T( n), “the triangle of n”, we have the following three properties: T( … Continue reading

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Making a 6 by 6 magic square

To create a 6 by 6 magic square, follow these steps: Mark the diagonals of the square and fill the marked cells by counting from the upper right corner. Mark a W pattern in the lower half of the square … Continue reading

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Making magic squares with side length multiple of four

Magic squares whose side length is a multiple of four can be easily created using the following steps: Mark the cells that belong to the diagonal of all 4 by 4 sub-squares. Starting from the upper right corner, count each … Continue reading

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