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DaoZang Volume 5,  Page 019b2

Numinous Treasure Without Measure Salvation Highest Grade Wonderful-Scripture Plate 18 Scroll 21

Mǎ Yān H Q
The Horse: why do the Northern Tribes use it on their banner?

Zhn Zhng Yŭn Zāng
The shock of the truth permits the good.

Do M Y Min
The Path (Dao) is secret and dense but its meaning is soft and continuous.

Xun T Dng Hun
The Profound Drawing (Xuan Tu) shows the Cavity (Dong),
and the Three Pillars Before the Stone Tablet (Huan).

Zho J Kŏng Yōu
The Omen (Zhao) is silent and the Hole (Kong) is deep and hidden.

Y Miǎo Miǎo Wn
Foreign Tribes (Yi), even though far away and unworthy,
still hear the News (Wen).

Zhǐ Zi Wn Yīng
The meaning of the writing is right and proper.

Pan Gun Gǎn Fān
In parallel linked together,
the feelings are affected time and time again.

Li Q Wēn Jng
Drifting around in the Qi River (in Henan),
[staying] Warm and Calm.

Kōng Guān W T
The empty Sky, though seen as a [great] spectacle,
is without confusion.

Nn Fāng Bā Tiān
The Southern Eight Heavens.

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