Hymns of the Atharva Veda, by Ralph T.H. Griffith,  p. a1 1Now may Vāchaspati assign to me the strength and powers of Those Who, wearing every shape and form, the triple seven, are wandering round. 2 Come thou again, Vāchaspati, come with divine intelligence. Vasoshpati, repose thou here. In me be Knowledge, yea, in me. 3 Here, even here, spread sheltering arms like the two bow-ends strained with cord. This let Vāchaspati confirm. In me be Knowledge, yea, in me. 4 Vāchaspati hath been invoked: may he invite us in reply. May we adhere to Sacred Lore. Never may I be reft thereof.