The Magical Calendar is an ancient masterpiece in Western Hermeticism showing the secret cosmological tables of Celestial and magical correspondences. It is said to be one of the most important documents from the seventeenth-century renaissance showing the hidden magical symbolism of the Rosicrucians.
It is known as the Magical Calendar: A Synthesis of Magial Symbolism from the Seventeenth-Century Renaissance of Medieval Occultism (Magnum Opus Hermetic Sourceworks Series: N). The engraving was created by Johannes Theodorus de Bry. It was first published in 1620 by Johann Baptista Großchedel. It is based in the rendition of the correspondences found in Agrippa's Book II, chapters 4 through 14.