Zŏng Jìng Gòu Quán
A Summing Up of the Stillness Met With At The Fountainhead.
Dào Yán Cǐ Zhū Tiān Zhōng Dà Fàn Yǐn Yŭ Wú Liáng Zhī Yīn Jìu Wén Kè Shū
Daoist doctrine states that the Center of Heaven contains the Great Brahmin (Da Fan),
which is an allusion to Boundlessness (Wu Liang).
That news is found in the use of the old [language and] characters
used to engrave the book.
Jiàng Tái Qíong Huá Miào Líng Yù Fēi Dān Yōng Guǎng Què Zhī Shàng Zì Jiē Guǎng Zhǎng Yī Zhàng
[The strange terms] the Deep-Red Platform, and the beautiful Jade Flower
[stand for] the Marvellous Energy (Ling),
along with the Jade Concubine (Yu Fei),
and the Cinnabar City wall (Dan Yong) of the vast Imperial Palace (Que).
The rising up of these words each makes up so vast an amount
that it continued to expand one zhang [a total of ten chinese feet].
Tiān Zhēn Huáng Rén Xí Shū Qí Wén Yǐ Wéi Zhèng Yīn Yŏu Zhī Qí
[Concerning] the Celestially-Endowed Sovereign,
a person in former times wrote a book that corrected mistakes,
all the standard pronunciations through having certain knowledge about
Yīn Néng Zhāi Ér Sòng Zhī Zhĕ Zhū Tiān Jiē Qiǎn Chì Fú Dān Guāng
The news gave the ability through fasting and study to chant out
[these things] loud to the Heavens, so that everyone can send
[forth the message of] contained in the Red Charm and
the Cinnabar's Bright Ray [map].