The Magic Encyclopedia index (s) 


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Sagrada magic square  Special magic square painted on the Sagrada Familia Cathedral in Barcelona Spain  
Sator word square 
Special square consisting of the latin palindromic sentence SATOR AREPO TENET OPERA ROTAS 

possible meanings 
the farmer arepo takes care of the rotation of great works the Lord keeps the world in motion God holds the working"s of man and the universe 

webpages 
http://studwww.unimarburg.de/~Nadig/m522.htm http://www.smithtrust.com/satorsite/pages/SATOR.html 

Selfcomplementairy Selfsimular 
The complement is an aspectial variant  
see also  symmetrical  
semimagic hypercube  when the hypernagonals don"t sum up to the magic sum  
semipanragonal hypercube  Opposite short hyperragonals summing to the magic sum  
Serrated magic hypercube 
Tilted hypercube, such that a corner is on top. The gaps are filled with another hypercube 

singly even order doubly odd order oddly even 
orders of type 2(2m+1)  
Special Magic Features (Aale de Winkel) 
Added features to magic objects  
see also 
Quadrant Magic (Feature and patterns) Magic Hypercube 

Standard position Basic orientation Fundamental Normalized 
One of the orientations of a certain figure  
relevant subject 
Basic magic cube Basic magic squares Basic magic stars Basic magic tesseract 

see also 
Aspect Isomorphism Magic Hypercube Magic Stars 

Subtraction  successive numbers are subtracted with a prior subtraction  
The "Remainder" of each line (x_{0} .. x_{n1}) is correctly stated by: R = f_{n1}; f_{i} = x_{i}  f_{i1}; i = 1..n1; f_{0} = x_{0} 

see also 
Addition Division Multiplication Qualification 

Sum  the magic constant in a addition magic object  
see also  Qualifications  
symmetrical Associated 
complementing the object one obtains an center mirror of the object  
see also  selfcomplementairy 