From Egyptian Secrets of Albertus Magnus, Joseph H. Peterson edition:
For all sorts of Palsy, be they wherever they may, for young as well as old People. An Amulet to suspend from the neck of Adults and to lie laid under the Body of Infants.
Oh, palsy! oh, palsy! how painful thou art, this complaint I to our Lord must impart, and in his holy name, who suffered death on the cross innocently, N. N., palsy and gout, very death to life. Upon a green meadow he was met by St. Ann. St. Ann spake: + Palsy and gout, whither are ye going? The gout spake: We propose to enter into the body of N. N. We want to cross into his flesh and suck his blood. Then spake again the holy woman, St. Ann: + Palsy and + gout, I command ye, by the power of God, and by the great anathema, thou running palsy, thou constant gout, + thou raging gout, + thou taking gout, + thou cold gout, + thou hot gout, + thou blood gout, + thou marrow gout, + thou venomous gout, thou goutiest gout of all gouts, I hereby command and order ye, by the power of God and by the highest anathema, to return to the wild regions of mater alma, from whence ye came my limbs to lame, thence ye shall hie again, and your ransom retain, while I my usual freshness regain. + + +
The grimoire Egyptian Secrets of Albertus Magnus lists this spell.
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1725Publication of Egyptian Secrets of Albertus Magnus (lists this spell)
1869English-language translation of Egyptian Secrets (lists this spell)