This is part of manuscript 5 Rabbi Cohen has sent me.
[Text] A invocation for pain of the hands, feet and head: Inscribe these names [Divine names] [lacuna in manuscript]
[sigils] and they will heal [lacuna in manuscript]
Although the text is partially missing, Compare to text of Shorashei HaShemot where we find the same Names (albeit in a slightly different order) and the same sigils (again, in a slightly different order). Perhaps our scribe had copied this recipe from a Shorashei HaShemot copy with a variant text than the one extant? One major difference which would dismiss this possibility is that our manuscript refers to this spell as a טאצא which is Judeo-Arabic for invocation, where the Shorashei HaShemot text is clearly not an invocation. This is a translation of the Shorashei HaShemot: Their (Divine names) have the strength [to remove] sickness of hands, feet and heart. Take a new earthen pottery vessel and inscribe these names and seals and erase them in water. Then drink [the water] and anoint the pained location for three days and he will be healed.
Note, M.V.: I am currently working on a study of the so-called Angelic Writing or Letters-With-Glasses (Brillencharakteren or Characteres au lunettes), as some of these may prove to have alphabetic equivalents.