I wonder why you would want to do such a thing. I mean, you could, I suppose, but how would you interpret the BLOB once you got hold of it?
You can access any part of the ST_Geometry from the various functions supplied with the DataBlade. For example, you can access all the vertices through ST_NumPoints, ST_NumGeometries, ST_StartPoint, ST_PointN, etc.
If you really want a binary or text representation of the geometry, you could convert it to Well-Known Binary (WKB) with ST_AsBinary, or as Well-Known Text (WKT) with ST_AsText. You can find the format for each of these representations at the OGC website (http://www.opengeospatial.org/). Look in the appendix of the OpenGIS(c) Simple Features Implementation Specification for SQL.