To cut a Stick wherewith to drive away Moles and to flog a Person (Spell)

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

To cut a Stick wherewith to drive away Moles and to flog a Person.

When new moon comes on a Tuesday, go early in the morn­ing, before the sun rises, to a hazelnut shrub which grew in one year, bend thy face toward the sun and cut this stick in three cuts, in the three highest names, and speak the ap­pended words. When you come to a mole's hill, put your jacket upon that mole's hill, and flog the same bravely and no mole will throw up earth, and you will also give a flogging to a person by calling his name, in the same manner.
HOLA NOA MASSA.

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