Egyptian Magic in Egyptian Magic by Florence Farr.

“Details of this kind are given in the supplement to M. Chabas’ translation of the Harris Magical Papyrus. The period was that of Rameses III. Compare this quotation:

‘HAI, the evil man, was a shepherd. He had said:—
‘”Oh! that I might have a book of spells that would give me resistless power.”
‘He obtained a book of the Formulas of Rameses-Meri-Amen, the Great God, his royal Master. By the Divine Powers of these, he enchanted men. He obtained a deep vault furnished with implements. He made waxen images of men, and love-charms. And then he perpetrated all the horrors that his heart conceived.'” [via]