Reflecting grids (1)

 

The 6x6 Agrippa magic square (See below a download with all Agrippa's magic squares) is probably constructed by using a grid with row coordinates and a grid with column coordinates. The second grid is no reflection of the first grid. It is also possible to use reflecting grids:
 

 

Take 1x digit from first grid + 1

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+ 6x digit from second grid (= reflection of first grid)

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= 6x6 magic square

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12

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34

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28

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24

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7

36

 

 
This 6x6 magic square has an irregular symmetric structure.

 

 

Download
6x6, Reflecting grids (1).xls
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Download
Agrippa's magic squares.xls
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