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DaoZang Volume 5,  081a2


Numinous Treasure Without Measure Salvation Highest Grade Wonderful-Scripture Plate 4 Scroll 25
DaoZang woodblock print from Volume 0005, Page 081a2

M Jīng Sāng Yǎn Guǐ Yo Mi Shuǎng J D Chu Sǐ Je r D Shēng
Suŏ Yǐ

Demons, when the Essence (Jing) is lost, at the funeral
will glance through any small hole to watch what is happening inside.
These are the ghosts that appear during Supernatural Times (Yao)
and should be extinguished, put out as if they were a light.
Then straightforward can come the successful crossing over,
even for when one has reached the point of being
completely moribund yet regain life.
Therefore,

Ĕr Zhĕ Xe Sh Hu Q Wi Qīng Ch F Yīn Yǐn Dān Guāng Ni Qin Tǐ
Yŏng Dng Zhēn Yǐ Zh

even though one is a a person who had achieved the highest level
of Study at their School (i.e., a Bachelor's Degree),
still the Filthy and Foul Qi (Hui Qi) would not yet be cleared up.
However, the Red Charm (Chi Fu) being the shady, concealed and dormant Yin,
to the Cinnabar's Bright Ray (Dan Guang,
is inside waiting, latent in the body.
Ever-flowing from the Cavern of Pervasive Perfection (corresponding
to the Shang Qing (Highest Clarity) Tradition),
it is used to formulate and control the system (Yi Zhi) of

Sh Fāng Wēi Wi Zh Tiān Zhng D Kĕ F Y D Q
the Ten Directions (Shi Fang- East South West North East-North East-Soutn
West-South West-North Upwards and Downwards), and its impressive power.
But not having [yet] worked out the system of Heavenly government
and its administrations, the virtuous will need to prostrate themselves before
the Emperor's driving carriage as the Earth Gods (Di Qi)carry out the work

Sh Zhun M Lng Dn Qu Sǐ r Yǐ B Nng Gng Shēng Qīng Sng
to tie up the Demon and its magic power (Mo Ling).
But, as a matter of fact, that which is dead in any case
must not be allowed to regenerate of revive.
Softly they recited

Cǐ Zhāng Shēn Z Bi Yāng Gōng Yǎng Zūn Lǐ Mn H Xīng Lng Sh Sh
Chāng Ch

those sections and their rules concerning body and life.
Therefore it was the norm that whenever misfortune or clamity happened,
[it was important for the] people to make offerings and venerations
with [elaborate] ceremony and gifts.
So to the sect, it was [a business] that was brisk and thriving
for generation after generation.
Flourishing and prosperous [were those]


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