Y’hi ratzon milfanecha shomer nefashot chasidav shetishmor pri bitnah shel noset kamea zeh aleah mikol nezek umikre ra v’mehefsed ha-yesodot ki ein shomer v’rofe mibil’adecha k’dektiv (Psalm 127:1) im YHVH lifneh vayit shav am’lu vonav bo, ana male rachamim chus v’chamol v’rachem aleah v’lo teshakel pri bitnah od omein netzach selah va’ed omein ken y’hi ratzonTranslation:
May it be your will, He who protects the souls of His devotees, to safeguard the fruit of her bowel with this amulet she is carrying on her, from all harm and bad incidents, from the loss of the foundations, since there is nobody else who protects and heals besides You, as it is written (Psalm 127:1) "Except YHVH build the house, they labour in vain that build it." Please grant compassion, protect and have pity and mercy on her that she will no more loose the fruit of her belly. Amen enduring (victory) selah forever. Amen thus be it so willed.Continue by appending to the incantation the following abbreviation with vowels of Psalm 33:
Ratzaba lanat’ b’aza losilo sichahei nabiki yad’y’ v’mabe otz’u che’y’ma habiy’ sana’u pichatz’ kokamei hanob’ t’yimei kahami yakayo teikihu avahu tzivay’ hei’ago heima’a ay’l’ tamali l’va’a ha’ay’ ehaba l’lomi hiy’ra ebab’ hamishi hi’eba yohaha yaliha ekama eihano b’chagi loyib’ koseha li’uchei loy’hi eiy’e y’lal’ l’mina ubana chila’e uhuki boyili kiv’ka vay’cha y’aka yichalaAs an aside, this abbreviation of Psalm 33 is equally employed on its own in an amulet to aid women who suffers miscarriage or cannot fall pregnant. In this instance the abbreviation is written on the inside of a bowl, or on a piece of parchment to be placed inside the bowl. The writing is dissolved in water, which is afterwards consumed by the woman seeking spiritual protection or to fall pregnant. This is done on the night of her Mikveh (ritual bath).
Be that as it may, the earlier Kamea, i.e. the one comprised of the letter square as well as the names of eleven Spirit Intelligences, is concluded with a set of special Divine and Angelic Names, specifically:
Sanoi Sansanoi Semangelof YAHKVTH B’dafti’el Pad’padas Shamriron Azriron Enar’nal Tzamarchad AshtzeiWhilst this essay is not meant to include an explication of all the Divine and Angelic Names included in the listed amulets. However, it is worth noting the importance of one of those listed here, i.e. (B’dafti’el [some say Badpati’el]) which is termed the "Holy Light." We are informed that the name of the angel B’dafti’el prevents miscarriages, and appears "only on amulets that are made to assist women in childbed." However, it is worth noting that it is one of the angelic names employed to banish demonic imps and evil spirits from a residence. We are told B’dafti’el is aligned with the term (B’mochsaz), the latter referring to, as it were, the "severe" (Gevurah) aspect of the word (Eloheinu).
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