One of the pillars of astrology is astrological magic. Many people have strong prejudices against magic in general, but astrologers in particular don´t like astrological magicc.
There is two reasons for that, one is that magic is against religion´s commandments (specially in Christianity and Islamics). I don´t take this seriously, as if we were to follow these dogma, we couldn´t, by definition, be astrologers. People will see evil whenever is convenient.
The second reason is that modern astrology really thinks that one day it will be “taken seriously”. Be through quantum mechanics, chaos theory, or jung theory, in a few years the status quo of science will prove that astrology is a “real science” and astrologers will be hold hands and finally get out of shadows and be celebrated as the great leaders of society. You can see Christopher Warnock take on this on She blinded me with Science.
But in the past, magic was heavily dependent of astrological symbolism and elements, including electional astrology. Also, as Warnock´s show in The Modern World View, you can´t really understand astrology from a materialistic view. The spiritualistic view is essential to the comprehension of astrology. And magic is essential to the spiritualistic view.
Here are some astrological talismans from Arabic origin that I found in a book called Oriental Magic (I think it is from Idries Shiah, but I really don´t know anymore). Many of the names seem to be linked to the lunar mansions, but I still have to look it carefully (there are 28 mansions, and 24 talismans in this list). You are supposedly to make the talisman when the moon is in the position indicated by the text, probably when the moon is inside a lunar mansion. I also have to compare them to the picatrix, but they look similar. Some of the talismans are for black magic:
“From Ibn Jaldun, a list of talismans made of iron or copper
- To create disagreements – an squared shaped talisman – moon in aries
- to summon an spirit who helps find and hidden treasure – in Aries – squared shaped
- to give powers to alquimists, soldiers and sea sailors – moon in Pleiades – written in copper the word ATHORAY
- evil magic in general and to destroy buildings – in Taurus, made of copper, word ADELAMEN
- to help travelors and healings – shape triangular, in taurus, made of iron, word ALCHATAY in black
- to help besiegers, to destroy crops and to vengeance – in Gemini, iron and copper, shape of half moon, word ATHANNA
- to help friendship and love – in Gemini, iron and copper, shape of half moon, word ALDIMIACH
- fights between men and women, problems to travelers, in Leo, word ALMAZAN
- love and benevolence – made in Leo, put this talisman in a fixed position, word ALGELIOCHE
- traveling and to gain back lost loves – in Leo, AZOBRA
- good gains – in Virgo, ALZARFA
- to keep love, heal diseases, bad for traveling through land, in Virgo, ACHURETH
- to find treasures – in Libra, AGRAFA
- bad luck – Scorpio, AZUBENE
- good luck and good travel – in Scorpio, made of copper and lead (Pb), ALCHIL
- hate magic, to tear friendships and travels – ALLATHA
- to destroy fortunes and induce gambling – ABRAHAYA
- to help crops, travelers (or to bring divorce and disagreement) – ABEIDA
- good health – Capricorn – SADAHECHE
- healing – ZABODOLA
- “Road of luck”, fidelity in the couple
- Revenges and divorce – SADALABRA
- to find your other half, good luck – ALFARZ
- security in strange places, used for protection by wizards in magic rituals, harmony in the marriage – in Pisces, ALBOTHEN
You can see in the instructions above that in many talismans there is no indication of the shape of talisman or in which sign of zodiac the moon must be. But I think that one can follow the mansions of the moon or the picatrix and find what is the proper images, names of power and shapes to be used.