And this is the Signature of Humwawa

Dark Angel The Four Wings

And is HUMWAWA appears to the priest, will not the dread PAZUZU also be there Lord of all fevers and plagues, grinning Dark Angel of the Four Wings, horned, with rotting genitalia, from which he howl in pain through sharpened teeth over the lands of the cities sacred to the APHKHALLU even in the height of the Sun as in the height of the Moon even with whirling sand and wind, as with empty stillness, and it is the able magician indeed who can remove PAZUZU once he has laid hold of a man, for...

And this is the Sigil of Pazuzu by which he is constrained to come

Sigil Pazuzu

Of all the Gods and Spirits of Abomination, there can be no use or gain to call upon AZAG-THOTH, as he is Surely Mad. Rendered sightless in the Battle, he is Lord of CHAOS, and the priest can find little use for him. He is also too powerful to control once called, and gives violent struggle before sent back to the Gate, for which only a strong and able magician may dare raise him. Thus, for that reason, his seal is not given. Of all the Gods and Spirits of Abomination, KUTULU only cannot be...

Invocation of the Powers

Spirit of the Earth, Remember Spirit of the Seas, Remember In the Names of the Most Secret Spirits of NAR MARRATUK Gained Entrance to the Unholy Slumbers In SHURRUPAK, I summon thee to mine aid In NIPPURR, I summon thee to mine aid In ERIDU, I summon thee to mine aid In KULLAH, I summon thee to mine aid In LAAGASH, I summon thee to mine aid Rise up, O powers from the Sea below all seas House of the Water of Life Pale ENNKIDU Hear me Spirit of the Seas, Remember Spirit of the Graves, Remember...

The Conjuration of the Mountains of MASHU

May the mountain overpower you May the mountain hold you back May the mountain conquer you May the mountain frighten you May the mountain shake you to the core May the mountain hold you in check May the mountain subject you May the mountain cover you May the mighty mountain fall on you, May you be held back from my body (Note the original translator had noted the resemblance between the Greek word for Lors, kurios, and the Sumerian word for mountain, kur, and for a type of underworld, chthoic,...