A good Way to Fix Thieves (Spell)

From Egyptian Secrets of Albertus Magnus, Joseph H. Peterson edition:

A good Way to Fix Thieves.

Three lilies stand upon our Lord's holy grave. The first is God's courage, the other God's blood, the third God's will. Thief, stand still. No more as Jesus Christ descended from the +, shall thou from this spot depart. That I command in the name of the four Evangelists and the four elements of heaven, whether in water or by shot, before court or face to face, that thou remainest affixed. Stand still, scapegrace. Stand still, till all the stars of heaven I behold, and the sun darts its rays, whether warm or cold. Thus I forbid thy leaping and running. This I order thee, thief stop thy ways so cunning, in the name + + + Amen. This must be spoken three times.

This spell is similar to the spell To Stop the Blood

The grimoire Egyptian Secrets of Albertus Magnus lists this spell.

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