Hymns of the Atharva Veda, by Ralph T.H. Griffith, , at sacred-texts.com
1This Ornament of Gold which Daksha's children bound, with
benevolent thoughts, on Satānïka,
This do I bind on thee for life, for glory, for long life lasting
through a hundred autumns.
2This man no fiends may conquer, no Pisāchas, for this is might
of Gods, their primal offspring.
Whoever wears the Gold of Daksha's children hath a long
lengthened life among the living.
3The light, the power, the lustre of the Waters, the strength of
Trees, and all their forceful vigour,
We lay on him as powers abide in Indra: so let him wear this
Gold and show his valour.
4With monthly and six-monthly times and seasons, with the full
year's sweet essence do we fill thee, p. a32
May Indra, Agni, and all Gods together, showing no anger, grant
thee what thou wishest.