Making a talisman for a planet gives one the power of attracting the Seven Planetary Forces. Unfortunately these metals are extremely expensive, or lethal (i.e. lead and quicksilver), but it’s still interesting to look at these correspondences. They apply to writing with different colored inks as well.
Gold is the Metal of the Sun
Silver is the Metal of the Moon
Iron is the Metal of Mars
Copper is the Metal of Venus
Quicksilver is the Metal of Mercury
Tin is the Metal of Jupiter
Lead is the Metal of Saturn
The 7 Kabbalistic Signs of the Planets are:
1. Moon: a Globe Divided by Two Middle Moons.
2. Mercury: a Cadeus and Cynocephalus.
3. Venus: a Sexual Lingam.
4. Sun: a Serpent with the Head of a Lion.
5. Mars: a Dragon biting a Swords Guard.
6. Jupiter: a Pentagram, or an Eagle’s Beak.
7. Saturn: a Limping Elder, or a Rock entwined by a Serpent.
The Governors of the Seven Planets are:
1. Gabriel: Moon
2. Raphael: Mercury
3. Uriel: Venus
4. Michael: Sun
5. Samael: Mars
6. Zachariel: Jupiter
7. Orifiel: Saturn
Also, the Seven Notes of the Lyre of Orpheus correspond to the Seven Planets. A Planetary note corresponds to each one of the Seven Colors of the Solar Prism. Alchemy is Intimately Related to Music.
~ Samael Aun Weor (1917-1977)