The perfect magic square

 

The perfect magic square is not only perfect in magic features but also perfect in it's structure. See in the top left corner of each 4x4 sub-square the digits 1 up to 16 in sequence. In each 4x4 sub-square there is one digit of each series (1 up to 16, 17 up to 32, 33 up to 48, ..., 241 up to 256). The digits of each series are in sequence starting from one of the four corner 4x4 sub-squares.

 

 

The perfect magic square

1 128 164 221 2 127 163 222 3 126 162 223 4 125 161 224
180 205 17 112 179 206 18 111 178 207 19 110 177 208 20 109
93 36 256 129 94 35 255 130 95 34 254 131 96 33 253 132
240 145 77 52 239 146 78 51 238 147 79 50 237 148 80 49
5 124 168 217 6 123 167 218 7 122 166 219 8 121 165 220
184 201 21 108 183 202 22 107 182 203 23 106 181 204 24 105
89 40 252 133 90 39 251 134 91 38 250 135 92 37 249 136
236 149 73 56 235 150 74 55 234 151 75 54 233 152 76 53
9 120 172 213 10 119 171 214 11 118 170 215 12 117 169 216
188 197 25 104 187 198 26 103 186 199 27 102 185 200 28 101
85 44 248 137 86 43 247 138 87 42 246 139 88 41 245 140
232 153 69 60 231 154 70 59 230 155 71 58 229 156 72 57
13 116 176 209 14 115 175 210 15 114 174 211 16 113 173 212
192 193 29 100 191 194 30 99 190 195 31 98 189 196 32 97
81 48 244 141 82 47 243 142 83 46 242 143 84 45 241 144
228 157 65 64 227 158 66 63 226 159 67 62 225 160 68 61

 

 

For analysis of the perfect magic square, see the download below.

 

 

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