I'd also like to substitute "So mote it be" with something non-Masonic.
I always liked Yul Brynner as Ramses the Great say, "So let it be written, so let it be done" in that old "Ten Commandments" movie. What a voice.
Any thoughts? "As I will it" ... something like that? It does give a nice send off and sense of closure for a spell to have a closing statement of power.
Not only did Yul Brynner have a wonderful voice, I could stare at him all day as the King in "The King and I" (keeping a tissue handy to mop up the drool)!
But back to topic ... I just use the word "DONE" (heavily emphasized, of course). I've never been one for fanfare or complications. If one word does just as well as two (or more) ...
And my 2¢ on the issue of what King Jimmy changed ... some research I've read doesn't go back to the original Hebrew but they suggest the "original" Greek word meant "poisoner" (pharmakoi was modified to make it negative). In other words, it was OK to use magic for good but not for "evil". I've wanted to get my hands on an early Bible out of intense curiosity but don't have the bucks to spend (more than $10,000 for an English translation of a pre-KJV).