Sirius, one of the 15 fixed Behenian stars, mentioned by Cornelius Agrippa in Three books of Occult Philosophy, is located in the constellation Canis major. Each of the 15 Behenii stars are assigned certain stones, minerals, plants, and animals that can be used to create talismanic materia of the respective star which are also referenced by Agrippa. Sirius is given the stone Golden Beryl (Heliodor), the plants Savine juniper, Mugwort, Dragons wort (Tarragon), Bistort, and Sage ( I used Salvia officinalis), and under Animalia it is given the tongue of the snake. All of these are present in this collection with further materia added to fortify the virtues of Sirius. In further depth, each fixed star is of the virtues of two planets, Sirius being of the nature of Mars and Jupiter. Mars for the burning heat and fiery qualities it causes as well as its dryness. Jupiter on account of the heliacal rising of Sirius marking the flooding of the Nile and the growth and flourishing of the land.