From Egyptian Secrets of Albertus Magnus, Joseph H. Peterson edition:
To Stay a Rider or Several Horsemen.
In meekness I begin my work, stop rider, walker, robber stop, stop ye thieves. In meekness desist, from evil shrink, since Jesus' blood did we drink; your musket and your rifle be stopped with Jesus' blood, your sabres, knives, swords, halbards and spear, they be as soft as Christ's five holy wounds. Since only three roses upon the Saviour's heart do bloom, the first is benign, the second of good mind, the third is the will of God. While ye remain under these flowers, ye must stand still as long as I will, but not through me, but for the sake of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit, ye are conjured and banished, + + +
While pronouncing grace reverse the knife in your trouser pocket, and tie a knot in your shirt or your handkerchief.
If you wish to let them ride away again, speak. Ride thither in the bad name of all evil spirits.
The grimoire Egyptian Secrets of Albertus Magnus lists this spell.
Timeline of related events
1725Publication of Egyptian Secrets of Albertus Magnus (lists this spell)
1869English-language translation of Egyptian Secrets (lists this spell)