Magic squares relate to the mysteries and correspondences between planets and numbers. They are used as talismans and burned for activation and engagement of planetary energies. Magic squares exist for the Sun, Moon, Venus, Mars, Mercury, Jupiter and Saturn. Each square is distinctive in number of rows and columns. The interesting thing about them is that all rows, columns and diagonals add up to the same numbers.
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Here are the magic squares for Saturn and Jupiter.
A Jupiter Magic Square. The numbers associated with Jupiter are 4, 16, 34, and 136. This is because: Each row and column of the magic square contains four numbers. The square contains 16 numbers total, ranging from 1 to 16. Each row, column and diagonal adds up to 34. All of the numbers in the square add up to 136.