Dào Yán Cǐ Zhū Tiān Zhōng Dà Fàn Yǐn Yŭ Wú Liáng Zhī Yīn Jìu Wén Zì Jiē
Guǎng Zhǎng Yī Wén Yù Shēng Huà Tāi Gēn
Daoist doctrine states that 'The Center of Heaven (Tian Zhong)
contains the Great Brahmin'.
This is an allusion about the boundless tidings give in old characters and script,
each and every one making up a vast amount
that nonetheless continued to expand.
The single composition to wish for is Initial Life-Transformation Fetal-Root
Duàn Chú Xié Huì Jí Bù Dān Shū Shí Shàng Zuò Sòng Dòng Wén Zé Shī Zéi Fú Ní Què
Yīn Hào Bù Jū Jiāo Sāng Jīng
for getting rid of Perverse and Dirty Qualities.
At present, with a copy of the Vermilion Book of Inscriptions (Dan Shu Shi)
one can rise up.
One should sit and read aloud the Cavity Composition (Dong Wen) and its rules
concerning corpses and their wickedness and injuries.
The [evil spirits] hide away,
concealed like sparrows on the shady side of a hill,
crying out in fear at a trinket.
They glory at the loss of an eyeball.
Yú Suàn Yǐn Tiān Sù Pèi Shēn Bǎi Líng Cháo Yè Xí Tŏng Wàn Shén Tiān Zhēn
Huáng Rén Xí Shū Qí Wén
Answering affirmatively to this hiding from view,
is Heaven's Element (Tian Su), which is usually worn as a pendant at the waist.
Then the body, in concert with the Hundred Energies (Bai Ling)
can go to court to give respects, and where there is announced a call to arms,
along with denouncements,
and by doing so unite together all of the Ten Thousand Divine Spirits.
A Celestially-Endowed Imperial Person (Tian Zhen Huang Ren)
in the past wrote a work having characters
Yǐ Wéi Zhèng Yīn Yŏu Zhī Qí
considered to have standard pronunciation.
It contained knowledge of the