When a Person goes out to Battle (Spell)

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

When a Person goes out to Battle, and speaks the following, he will be Secure against Swords and other Weapons which may be Drawn against him.

God greet ye, brothers of good cheer. Ye have drank of Christ's blood. This I have drank for your own good. God the Father is with me. God the Son, he is with ye. God the Holy Spirit be between us two and be with us all that no one be able to draw the sword from the hilt. Lord Jesus I am thine. I lean myself upon the help of God the Father. + + + I commend myself to the sweet name of Jesus Christ who is above me. As true as the Lord liveth and soars above, so true will his holy angels protect me with his love and protect my going in and coming out, hither and thither. God the Father be my power. God the Son be my strength. God's holy angels defy and chase all my foes and all bands of thieves, and protect me against all ills and grievances. As sun and moon stood still at Joshua's command, when he fought the Philistine's on Jordan's strand. Three roses stand upon the dear Lord's brow, the first is kind, the second is meek, the third is his divine will, whoever is under it must stand fixed and still. + + +

The grimoires Romanus-Büchlein Egyptian Secrets of Albertus Magnus lists this spell.

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