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A Prayer To Vchaspati For DIvine Illumination And Help. In Book 1 Explained

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Hymns of the Atharva Veda, by Ralph T.H. Griffith, [1895] 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.

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1 Enakshi Ganguly = "Vāchaspati is the Lord of Speech."