Hún Shén Jìng Shàng Nán Gōng Suí Qí Xúe Gōng Jì Rì Ér Dé Gèng Shēng Zhuàn
Lún Bù Gǎn Biàn Dé Shén Xiān
the Superior Vital Spirit (Hun) seeks the gods (Shen),
using the Pathway leads directly upwards to the Southern Palace,
complying with ones study and the merits gauged each day.
Yet also Regenerating (Geng Sheng) with the Revolutions of the Wheel (Zhuan Lun),
there is no sense of its facilitation in gaining the status
of achieving Celestial-Being Fairyhood (De Shen Xian).
Dào Yán Fū Tiān Dì Yùn Zhōng Xīng Sù Cuò Dù Rì Yuè Shī Míng Yīn Yáng
Daoist Doctrine says that a Man, [Just like] Heaven and Earth's movements,
[bring] fortune and luck, [in like fashion] that has no finish.
[In the same cyclic manner] the Constellations
are interlocked and alternate in their degrees.
The Sun and the Moon deviate from their norm and become bright and visible>.
Yin and Yang
Bù Tiáo Guŏ Jīng Yŏu Zāi Zhào Mín Sǐ Shāng Shī Yŏu Mìng Guò Jiē
Dāng Xiū Zhāi Xíng Xiāng Sòng Jīng Zé
are not shifting.
The boundaries (Guo Jing) deal with calamity and disaster
of the mass of the people as they take their toll.
The Trained Master (Shi) is cordial to the life, and as time passes by,
when it is suitable to study, fasts from meat,
and retires into a room to burn incense and chant the liturgies.
The rule is
Bā Tiān Zhŭ Sī Gè Qiǎn Fēi Xiān Shōu Gǎn Huò
that there are eight god-departments.
Each of these dispatch Flying Female Fairies (Fei Xia) to gather in
those affected by Evil Disaster (Huo Hai)