This is a diagram or "cosmic map" I made to explain the metaphysics behind western mysticism and magic. Here, the planets and the cosmic bodies actually represent "flavors of cosmic energies" (for lack of better term) rather than the actual, giant floating rocks in outer space. The cosmic bodies are arranged according to the old geocentric view of the universe and each body is assigned a number: #10 being assigned to Earth which is the lowest and most material of all worlds, while #1 is assigned to the world of the God/s being the highest and most divine. Between the Earth and the realm of the God/s are the seven ancient planets, with the Sun being the center of them all (just as the Sun is still the center in the modern view of the Universe). The planets are represented by their astrological sign and are colored based on the hermetic tradition - primary colors for the upper planets, secondary colors for the lower planets, and black for Saturn - which represents the limit (the end) and the boundary of the planetary realm. The Latin text in the background comes from St. Isidore's "Origines" and serves no purpose other than decorative.