Bì Shàng Tiān Wén Zhū Tiān Gòng Suŏ Chóng Xiè Màn Duò Dì Yù Huò Jí
Qī Zŭ Wēng
within it the secret Divine Heavenly Writings of the Heavens (Tian Wen Zhu Tian).
All those sharing this place venerate the release of these secrets
which gracefully defer sinking into Hell amidst Disaster and Calamity (Huo).
These are the things coming from the Seven Founding Ancestors (Qi Zu),
and the Old Father-in-Law (Weng).
Dào Yán Cǐ Èr Zhāng Bìng Shì Yù Chén Shàng Dì Jí Jiŭ Xiāo Wáng Yǐn Bì Zhī
Daoist doctrine states that these two different sections are united together.
It is correcet that from the Jade Private apartment (Yu Chen)
of the Upper God (Shang Di) [one can] go up to the Ninth Heaven,
of which its King (Wang), is secret and hidden, [just like his]
Yīn Jiē Shì Dà Fàn Zhī Yán Fēi Shì Shàng Dì Cí Yán Wú Yùn Lì Qū Wú Huá
Wǎn Gù Wèi
Each one of these is correct.
For the Great Brahmin's (Da Fan) words are contrary to the [state] of the world.
But the God's (Shang Di) Diction and Phraseology in His use of words is not melodic,
such as is the old Singing Verse (Li Qu- a certain type of Pre-Yuan Dynasty tune).
Likewise, it is also not showy or elaborate, winding or tortuous.
Therefore it is called
Xuán Ào Nán Kĕ Xún Xiáng Shàng Tiān Suŏ Bǎo
abtuse and difficult.
Yet it is possible that, though this is unexpectedly detailed,
to suddenly know clearly that Heaven is the place where the precious