This is one of the shortest ritual prescriptions collected in the Greek Magical Papyri, but nevertheless interesting. It presumes an equation of the Moon with Hekate.
Another phylactery, towards (pros) the Moon.
“Achthiōphiph Ereschigal, Nebougosoualēth;¹ Sathōth, Sabaōth, Sabrōth.”² [ΑΧΘΙWΦΙΦ ΕΡΕϹΧΙΓΑΛ ΝΕΒΟΥΓΟϹΟΥΑΛΗΘ] (Then add) the usual, whatever you wish.³
1: Variation on the Hekatic/lunar formula Aktiōphi Ereschigal Neboutosoualēth.
2: Variations on the Jewish theonym Sabaōth, ‘(Lord of) Hosts’. Sathōth may also incorporate the Egyptian Thōth, a god connected to the Moon.
3: For example, “Protect (me), born of (my mother), from X, Y and Z.” The names and these words (or the names alone) may be written on some material to be worn as a protective amulet (i.e., a phylactery), but are probably also to be spoken, facing (pros) the visible Moon. This, at least, is my guess as to how this highly abbreviated text is to be used.