Mantra-cure (curative formulas) of snakebite as narrated by Siva ||20||

1Suta said: -I will now describe the highly secret mantrams narrated by Siva. His weapons are the noose, the bow, the discus, the club, the dart and Pattisa.
2-4Having used these weapons inspired with mantrams in a battle a king conquers his enemies. The mantram for purifying the mantrams should be first written on a lotus petal. Om is the Brahma Bijam. Hrim is the Vishnu Bijam. These three bijams should be assigned to the head of Siva thrice in order. Om. Hrim, Hrim.
5Having taken up the dart in his hand he should whirl it in the sky. By seeing it all the evil stars and serpents are destroyed.
6Having held the smoky coloured bow by the hand a man should meditate on it in the sky. By it the wicked serpents, the evil stars, clouds and Rakshasas are destroyed.
7This mantram protects the three worlds, that to speak of the land of mortals? Om, Jum, Sam, Hum, Phat.
8Eight sticks of catechu wood, inspired with mantrams, should be placed on the ground. That will prevent the falling of thunderbolt.
9The eight sticks should be inspired with great mantram described by Garuda. The ground should be dug twenty-one times in the night.
10This will ward of the dangers proceeding from lightning, mouse, and thunderbolt. The mantram is: Hara, Kshara, Amala, Vashat, added with Vindu Sadasiva.
11Om, Bram, salutation unto Sadasiva. He should then assign Pinda (balls of rice) effulgent like Dadima flowers with the forefinger.
12By seeing it the evil clouds, lightning and other enemies viz. the Rakshasas, goblins and female ghosts fly away into the ten quarters.
13Om, Hrim, salutation unto Ganesha. Om, Hrim, salutation unto the cakra of Stambhana. Om, Om, salutation into the Damaras of the three worlds.
14This pinda is called Bhairava which counteracts the effect of poison and the evil effects of the hostile planets. It protects the field and grinds the goblins and Rakshasas. Om Namahi.
15Having meditated on the thunderbolt O his hand he should ward of the evil influence of wicked clouds and with Vajra Mudra all the ghosts, the enemies with poison.
16Om, Kshum, Namahi. He should meditate on his left hand. It destroys all venomous creatures. Om, Hram, Namahi. The very recitation of this mantram destroys the evil clouds and stars.
17Having meditated on death he should consume the universe with the destroying weapon. Om, Kshma (Kshma), Namahi. Meditating on Bhairava one should remove the evil influences of stars, goblins and poison.
18Om, lasat, Jihvaksha Svaha. This mantram destroys the enemies of the field viz, the evil stars, goblins, poison and birds.
19Om Ksham Namahi. The figure of a cistern should be drawn with blood and then the names of planets should be written there. Om, Mara, Mara, Maraya, Maraya Svaha. Om, Hum, Phat, Svaha.
20The dart should be inspired mentally with eight hundrep mantrams. It destroys all the enemies. With higher energies the lower ones should be suppressed.
21Then the mantrams should be practises in Puraka and should be again well inspired in Kumbhaka . They should then be received with Pranava. When the man trams and thus properly received and used they yield fruits like servants.