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DaoZang Volume 5,  053a2

Numinous Treasure Without Measure Salvation Highest Grade Wonderful-Scripture Plate 13 Scroll 23
DaoZang woodblock print from Volume 0005, Page 053a2

Sng Zhī Bǎi Bin Tōng i W Yn Sng Zhī Qiān Bin Zho Jing Zhēn
Lng Wn Bin Do Bi Xun Shng Li Ln Gu D Sān Ji

to chant the Hundred Pervasions (Bai Bian) repeatedly,
and be fond of this treasure that is Boundless (Wu Yin).
To chant a Thousand Pervasions (Qian Bian) to summon and bring vanquishment,
and thereby truly allow the Marvellous Power (Ling),
of the Path of Ten Thousand Pervasions (Wan Bian Dao) to provide against
the Abtruse Sage (Xuan Shen- Confucius) affecting one excessively as they approach
the Three Borders (San Ji- Past, Present, and Future Existences).

Wi Dēng Xiān Xiāng Yŏu Wn Lng Yīn Qn M Ch Zh Jng Xng
D Q Sh Wi Sng B Chū D H

to go the the location where one can become a Guest On High (Deng Xian- to die).
In the rural districts there was heard the marvellously powerful tidings intended 
[for] the crowds of demons and monsters.  
It is the Imperial Edict formulated to bring about restriction.
Offering up in respect their the entity of the Earth God (Di Qi).
The Imperial Bodyguard (Shi Wei) see you off and draw one up from the Earth, going out of the household [to escape from]

Wŭ Kŭ Bā Nn Qī Zŭ Shēng Qiān Yŏng L Guǐ Guān Hn D
the Five Hardships (Wu Ku) and the Eight Difficulties (Ba Nan).
Through the Seven Founding Ancestors (Qi Zu) there is promotion everlasting,
to leave behind [all] the worthless people and government officials.
The Superior Spirit (Hun) seeks out the limits.

Zhū Lng Shu Lin Gng Shēng Sh Wi
at the Vermilion Mausoleum (Zhu Ling) one receivse refinement and regeneration.
It is correct to say that this really allows [things to be]

W Ling Pŭ D W Qong Yŏu B Shng Tiān Wn
Boundless and Immeasurable to Relieve Souls Out of Purgatory (Wu Liang Pu Du).
It is Endless and Inexhaustible (Wu Qiong),
having some secret Heavenly (Shang Tian) writing [to define it].

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