The active part of the table of CIAL:

          A          
          T          
          H          
        M I O        
    D I R Z K E L    
        A K T        
      P A L P A      
    N O A P N I P    
  T I N G N O S P A  
A P L I O I N A E I P
  A R T A O N G A L  
    E P Q A O N G    
      O T O L A      
        L O K        
    S A T S K I L    
        O O E        
          O          
          E          
          L      


Within the tablet there is a triple bar cross that shall be painted in red, where the 4 names of the major ministers of the guardian is found. The Guardians name is read downwards on the vertical central column.
The Guardian: ATHIZKLPNIOAOOSOOEL.
His or CIAL's 4 ministers : ZKLPNIOAOOS DIRZKEL APLIOINAEIP SATSKIL.
The 20 minor spirits read horizontally:
ATHMIO RZKAKT PALPA NOAPNIP TINGNOSPA ARTAONGAL EPQANG OTOLA LOKTSK OOEOEL.
Vertically read:
DIATPASA NILRE PONTPO MRAAAG AQTLTO OKTPNO NOLKKE AISAGNA PPEAG ELAILPIL.

The Guardian is the mighty guard of fire mentioned in Call 9. His job is to break things apart with the vials of wrath and then direct his ministers to "gather the moss of the earth" out of the disruption. The rest of the names are his chief ministers. They use the OX cubes and pillars as the avenues through which they do their gathering. The four chief ministers fit with the OX cubes, DIRZKEL going in the South, ZKLPNIOAOOS in the West, SATSKIL in the North, and APLIOINAEIP running clockwise through them from South to East. The horizontal names are associated with the first set of attributions for the directions, whereas the vertical names reach from the first set of attributions down into the second. These latter employ the cacodemons from the subquarters connected to the OX pillars in each direction. The first five horizontal names run North, West, South, East, Down moving along the pillars from the place of working to the point opposite. The next five are in the reverse order and run from the point opposite to the place of working. The first four vertical names run East, South, West, North from the place of working to the point opposite, and the last four are in the reverse order runnnig from the point opposite to the place of working. The middle two vertical names are associated with the transition from the first directional attributions to the second.

Dean