The active part of the OX table.

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

The Original table has got this square inserted within an ochre triangle.

OX

The OX lie between the points/angles, as described in the essay on the original calls, and are attributed to the elements.  These follow the Air-Water-Earth-Fire pattern found in conjunction with the serviant angels.  This can be represented by the formula AMDSh in Hebrew.  The three mother letters would seem to correspond to the triple Axis-Sphere-Heart discussed in Kaballah which connect the parts of the soul and by extension the planes, with Earth thrown in connecting the second and third angles which are both on the mental plane. 
The names are as follows:
Spirit: OEOOAGNATION NESIKAERBATA
Air (5-4): ANTRZ MOIBA HONAZ EKILA DETIS SAKOR
Water (4-3): VIENO LOKLO HOMOZ TAIPO ORETI AGBAM
Earth (3-2): MEJBA LONAL ARKON DORST PRINA APAIA
Fire (2-1): NOTBO ORDOI BOHET EITAN DOLGA ASIHA

  The OX can be used for personal initiation without involving the watchtower hierarchy, but they fit with the watchtower hierarchy in the context of the 8th call and the actual building of the pillars.  In this regard, it seems to be necessary to use the attribution ORO-fire-East, OIP-air-South, MPH-water-West, MOR-earth-North, and to place the upper left subquarters as the Eastern part of each tablet, the lower left the Southern, the lower right the Western, and the upper right the Northern. Note that this fits with the original version of the Great Tablet taken as facing downward.   

Three Phases of OX.
There are three phases to working with the OX.  In the first two phases, one works with each set of six spirits separately.

In the first phase, one forms a cube about oneself, calling the names for the element from top to bottom to form the walls in the East, South, West, North, Below, and Above in that order.  One also calls upon NESIKAERBATA when forming the Fire, Earth, and Water cubes, and upon OEOOAGNATION when forming the Water and Air cubes.  The cube is made of energy of the appropriate element and energy permeated by the influence of the two points which enters from above.      If the watchtowers are being included, the subquarter crosses go with four sides of the cube in the directions listed above.  The seniors are then paired with the sides of the cubes as follows (they seem to move around between possible attributions):
In the ORO tablet, HABIORO is paired with the upper left cross, the next two with the lower crosses in either order, AHAOZPI with the upper right cross, and the next two with top and bottom in either order.
In the OIP tablet, any arrangement is allowed such that two members from each group of three are opposite each other.
In the MPH tablet, any arrangement is allowed such that adjacent seniors go with adjacent faces.
In the MOR tablet, any arrangement is allowed which fits the seniors as axes together with the sides of the cube in the obvious way.
In the second phase, one uses the six spirits to form a connection between the two points rooted in the element.  There are four levels involved, at one end being the element and at the other the points. These four levels correspond to the 4-fold division of the NI.  The topname in each group goes with the element.  The next two go with the next higher level, fitting with the lower and higher points respectively.  The next two go with the next higher level, also fitting with the lower and higher points respectively.  The last one goes between the two points, connecting them.  This may be visualized as a hexagon, as in the following diagram taking Air as an example:

                        4th---SAKOR---5th
                            /       \
                          EKILA          DETIS
                           |                |
                           MOINA            HOBAZ
                            \  Air  /
                              ANTRZ

In the third phase, the 26 spirits form pillars in the first point which provide a connection to the higher levels they have just been connecting.  NESIKAERBATA's pillar reaches to the center of the Earth. The purpose of the OX is to allow the influence of the higher points to flow down into the world.      If the watchtower hierarchy is included, the pillars stretch from the point of working to the point opposite on the Earth.  The first four names in each set give pillars extending in the East, South, West, and North respectively.  Those extending north and south pass through the poles and continue to the opposite point.  Those extending east and west form great circles over the surface of the globe which are tangent to the latitude lines at the point of working and point opposite.  These employ the angels and god-names of the corresponding subquarters in constructing their pillars, though the details are unclear.  The fifth in each group stretches straight down through the Earth to the point opposite and the last does the reverse. Each of these seems to have to go around the Earth's core.  OEOOAGNATION binds the pillars in each direction together and strengthens the lot.  NESIKAERBATA extends into the core.  
It can be helpful to trace the great circles through the point of working on a map.  If the point of working has latitude and longitude (a,b), then the north-south circle consists of the longitude lines with fixed longitude b and 180-b in the other direction, and the east-west circle is given by (x, arctan ((cos x-a)*(tan b))) for all x.  Computing this for x's at 5 or 10 degree intervals should give a good idea of the circle's location.

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Also found in the OX tablet are the names of the stooping dragon and his four ministers. The dragon's name OSGAOGNMAA is found in the center of the tablet as follows:
x x x x x x
x 2 x x 5 x
1 x 3 4 x 6
x10 x x 7 x
x x 9 8 x x
x x x x x x
His four ministers names stretch from the center to the corners: GSLNOA, AOAMLO, NLORRA, and EOOTGA. The dragon describes himself as the perishable matter of which the Earth is made, and he is bound by the pillars.
-Dean