Arabic or astral magic
The time taken to create a talisman is very important. I must immediately point out that people from the West should strictly adhere to the Arab rules for determining the days of the week, the months and the division of hours into day and night.
So the first day of the week in the Middle East is not Monday but Sunday, so in the astrological division the Sun rules over Sunday and number 1. The second day of the week is Monday - Luna / the moon - number 2, etc.
Furthermore, the astrological charts of planetary hours found in the books of magic in Europe are incorrect. Astrological hours are determined by sunrise and sunset. For example, the first hour on Monday that begins with sunrise belongs to the planet Moon.
The next hour is ruled by Saturn, followed by the planet Jupiter, etc., which determines the daily hours. On the same day (Monday), just after sunset, the first night clock begins, again under the rule of the moon.
On the same day (Monday), just after sunset, the first night clock begins, again under the rule of the moon.
Depending on the season, one astrological clock can last longer or shorter than 60 minutes. It is important to remember that the influence of a planet is most dominant on the day it belongs to, especially in the first hour.
Another rule that all those who wish to practice talismanic magic must adhere to is that all texts are written with saffron ink, rose water and musk and in Arabic letters. So the Arabic alphabet is literally a lunar alphabet as it consists of 28 letters.
Therefore, this language is the most ideal for any kind of magic and especially the creation of talismans. Anyone who is versed in occultism knows that the most dominant influence on magic is the moon, which is its ruler.
In addition, without any exaggeration, Arabic is one of the most beautiful and purest languages in the world and according to some of the studies, it has a beneficial effect on the human brain itself, especially in the fight against Alzheimer's disease, dementia and other diseases that affect this part of the body. We find another link between the Arabic language, the head and the world of spirits in the following interpretation.
According to ancient teaching, the human being is led by the so-called "third eye" or, according to Bosnian belief, the "star" through which one connects with the spiritual world. For this reason, it is believed that the spiritual entities themselves are the most loving and similar to the Arabic language used in their dimensions. By all that has been written so far, it becomes clear to you that Arabian magic is actually astral magic, whose most important settings are based on the motion and position of the sun, moon and the stars.
The talismans are divided into seven planets, the individual influence and meaning of each. Venus and Friday are designated for love talismans, while Jupiter and Thursday for talismans aimed at attracting money, wealth, business success, etc.
When one wants to take a magic action such as making a talisman, in order for it to be successful, special care must be taken to properly choose the time when it will be made.
The reason for this attitude is the desire to allow the wizard to accurately divide the quality of time to align his work exactly with the energy of a particular planet.
Namely, the respective forces of each planet are normally scattered along space, and therefore their action is usually not completely pure, nor is their significance precisely determined.
In order to achieve the latter, and to direct the power of the planet into the talisman, it is necessary, if possible, to interconnect as many interdependent actions as possible.
And thus temporarily create an atmosphere dominated by only one planet whose activity will not be hampered by the influence of any other planet. Each planet is assigned an angel and ruler of demons, astrological symbols, markings and invocations. Therefore, in creating a magical (astral) atmosphere, apart from the day and the hour, other important segments such as the special scent, the direction of the world, the props and so on are also taken into consideration.