Then facing in turn the four quarters of the world, he whispered, "Amorul, Taneha, Latisten, Rabur, Adonay have pity on me and purify me, O heavenly Father, the compassionate and gracious. Pour down on thy unworthy servant thy sacred blessing, and extend thy almighty arm against stubborn and rebellious spirits, so that I may consider thy sacred work calmly." He stopped and turned to the pharaoh,
Near the lamp some bird flew past, then a robe of ruddy color, afterward a man with a tail, finally a crowned cock which stood on the table before the curtain. The Chaldean spoke again, f "In the name of the Almighty and Eternal Amorul, Tanecha, Rabur, Latisten." Distant sounds of trumpets were heard for a second time.