This spell calls upon Egyptian and Jewish powers for the purpose of revelation. The text includes initial words of power, brief instructions for the use of the invocation, a series of greetings, and a concluding request for revelation. In syncretistic fashion the invocation combines traditional Egyptian lore with other references. Part of this spell is paralleled in PDM XIV.627-35.
BAELKOTA KIKATOUTARA EKENNK LIX
the great demon and the inexorable one,
DOOU SHAMAI ARABENNAK ANTRAPHEU
SITENGI ARTEN BENTEN AKRAB ENTH OUANTH
BALA SHOUPLA SRAHENNE DEHENNE KALASHOU
CHATEMMOK BASHNE BALA SHAMAI
On the day of Zeus, at the first hour,
But on the (day) of deliverance, at the fifth hour,
At the eighth, a cat
Hail, Osiris, king of the
lord of embalming,
who is south of Thinis,
who gives answer in Abydos,
who is under the noubs tree in Meroe,
whose glory is in Pashalom.
Bring Sabaoth unto me.
Hail, Althonai, great Eou, very valiant
Bring Michael unto me,
The mighty angel who is with god.
Hail, Anubis, of the district of Hansiese,
You are upon your mountain.
Thoth the great, the great, the wise.
Achnoui Acham Abra Abra Sabaoth
For Akshha Shha is my name,
Sabashha is my true name
Shlot Shlot very valiant is my name
So let the one who is in the underworld
Join the one who is in the air.
Let them arise, enter, and give answer to me
Concerning the matter about which I ask them.