The six accessory acts relating to all mantras ||138||

1-5The Lord said: I shall describe six acts (to be used) in all sacred syllables. Listen (to me). The sddhya (to be accomplished) should be written first being followed by the sacred syllable. This is known as the pallava (bud) and should be used in all incantations. First the sacred syllable (is written), then the sddhya and then the sacred syllable. This is known as the yoga (combination). This should be employed for the utsddana (extinction) of one’s race. The sacred syllable is written first and the sddhya is added at the middle and again the sacred syllable at the end. This tradition is (known as) the rodhaka (that which arrests) and should be employed in stambhana (stupefying the faculties of the enemy). The sddhya should be added at the bottom and top, left, right and middle. This is known as the samputa (casket) and should be employed in va.{ya (subjugation) and dkarsa (attraction).
6When the letters composing any particular sacred syllable are of the category of sddhya letters, that sacred syllable is known to be the first class. It is capable of attracting and subjugating (another person).
7Two of the letters constituting the sacred syllable are written first and one sddhya letter afterwards. This is known to be the vidarbha and should be made use of in attraction and subjugation.
8-10The acts of akarshana etc. as also (in subduing) high fever should be performed only in the spring. The term svaha (oblations) is auspicious in attraction and subjugation. The term namaskdra (obeisance) should be employed for peace and prosperity. The term vasal (should be made use of) for good health and in acts of attraction and subjugation. (The term) phat would be (used) for creating dissension, causing death and to break an auspicious one. The term vasat gives accomplishment in gains and initiation in sacred syllables.
11You are Yama (god of death). You are the sovereign over the dead (Yamaraja). You are of the form of time. You are the reign of righteousness. You quickly make dead this enemy offered by me.
12The priest, who is the destroyer of the enemy, should say with pleased mind, “O Votary! Be calm! I shall kill (him) with (all my) efforts.”
13-14This gets accomplished after worshipping the god of death in white lotus and making oblations contemplating himself as Bhairava and Kulesvari (as remaining) at the centre. (The votary) would know in the night the result (of the incantation) on himself and the person (concerned). One would become the killer of his enemy by propitiating the (goddess) Durga with the formula “O (goddess) Durga! Durga! You are the guardian!” One should kill the enemy by the repetition of letters ‘‘Ha, sa, ksa, ma, la, va, ra and ja” sacred to (the goddess) Bhairavi.