Magic squares, in which the rows and cloumns and diagonals all add up to the same number have facinated magicians
and numerologists for millenia. It seems that one can make a magic square of any size
except 2 x 2, (although the 1 x 1 square consists simply of a box with a 1 in it). The 6 x 6 square totals to the number 666
A 2 x 2 square would seem to equate to Ouranos. This seems intriguingly impossible unless we perhaps try for a multiplicative magic square using quaternions where i2 = j2 = k2 = i j k = -1
then perhaps i j
does at least make a square where all rows and colums and diagonals multiply to some version of the 'imaginary' number
√-1, and that may say something about the unobservable and rotational nature of reality.
Either that or I'll just have to attribute Ouranos to eleven in the Grimoire in progress.