“Ut quid Domine repellis animam meam, avertis faciem tuam a me...
I invoke thee, Daemon of Protection! I, who sit within the Abyss, call upon you as a Child of No-Thing. I, who am a King wandering as a beggar! I evoke thee by the number one-thousand-two-hundred and two, which is one of thy hidden names!
Advocabit caelum desursum et terram. Congregate illi sanctos eius qui ordinant testamentum eius super sacrificia.
I invoke thee, who’s name is Malak Ta’us—dragon-peacock Lord of the Sand! I who am from the line of Moses, from the Tribe of Kings, from the Land of No-Thing; remove from me those Daemons that restrain me; command for me the legions of the Daemons who swim in the air, those daemons who rise from the sea, who endow the ground; who burn within the sacred fires. I invoke thee, Malak Ta’us who stood with the First and the Last, the alpha-and-omega; who holds the sword of judgment between iron-clawed hands.
Audi populus meus et loquar tibi Israhel et testificabor: tibi Deus ex Machina.
From the Abyss, I call upon thee Daemon of Protection, sunderer of Hell by tears of flame and iridescent beauty.
Cognovi omnia volatilia caeli et pulchritudo agri mecum est.
I am the Daemon of Protection who stands upon the crested, white-black stone hills. I am the Daemon of Protection who stands before the Basalt Towers of Chorazin; who moves amongst the hidden glades within the Garden of Tears, who’s bright lapis eyes flash before the wind.
Quoniam meae sunt omnes ferae silvarum iumenta in montibus et boves. Cognovi omnia volatilia caeli et pulchritudo agri mecum est.
I am the Daemon by whom the hand is guided across the red seas; I am the daemon by whom protection is gained within the cities of blue steel. I am. I am. I am the one who begetteth and destroyeth; I am the favor of the aeon; my name is a heart encircled by a serpent; come forth and follow.”
NOTE: The "official" version of this ritual appears in Sutra of the Poison Buddha IV and can be found here: http://www.lucifel.net/sutras/.
Primary basis comes from the Stele of Jeu ("The Headless Ritual"), numerical Gematria for Malak Ta'us was found using standard Gematria (I also used the Gematria of Nothing, or GON, but disliked the results and their correspodences); the latin VM comes from the "Psalm 49," however it's been modified (at specific points) to contain very specific memetic structures.
The end result found in Sutra IV is admittedly superior to this one. However, both this working version and the 'e-published' version have, I'm told, decent results besides my own.