Curious Relation of Magic Squares (3×3) & (9×9)
Curious Relation of Magic Squares (3×3) & (9×9). Ancients used quite a few number squares Three x three to nine x nine were the most popular. However, higher magic squares were not uncommon. In our education today, most do not even know what’s a magic square. Referencing Harry Houdini, most think it is something that he may have tried to use in his act.
Curious Relation Between Two Magic Squares
Magic squares 3 x 3 to 9 x 9 were used most frequently; while today, they are more commonly called number squares. Each square of numbers had a planetary connection: All seven are all referenced below.







 3 x 3 was Saturn.
 4 x 4 belonged to Jupiter.
 5 x 5 become the signet of Mars.31 + 51)
 6 x 6 carried over to the Sun.
 7 x 7 belonged to Venus.
 8 x 8 was of Mercury.
 Finally, 9 x9 was thought to invoke the Moon.
Defining the Characteristic Number
Let’s focus on the curious relation between the 3 x 3 and 9 x 9. Characteristic numbers are the constant that any two opposite numbers in a magic square always total.
 On the 3 x 3 the characteristic number is 10 (as, for example, 2 + 8 or 4 + 6).
 On the 9 x9 the characteristic number is 82 ( 71 + 11 or 51 + 31).
First I must ask my reader to contemplate the following: There are 92 primary regenerative elements from hydrogen to uranium. Add the two characteristic numbers together. They total 92. Is that only a coincidence. If you think it is look at the internal link below. The magic squares hold the sequencing numbers of the periodic chart in a special way.
Here’s the Point to be Made
(1) Grids of nine 3 x 3 number squares will fill the 9 x 9. (2) The numbers in the 3 x 3 total 45. (3) Next, 45 x 9 = 405. (4) The total of all the numbers of the 9 x 9 grid is 3,321. Divide that number by the 405 from nine 3 x 3 number squares arrived at above. Each one alone totals 45. Then 3321÷ 405 = 8.2
That happens to be the characteristic number (82 without the decimal point) of the 9 x 9 number square.
For civilization to advance with balance, number squares (a.k.a. magic squares) must be understood and used in every way possible as a lost civilization that enjoyed peace an plenty during a Golden Age once did.