Collection of thoughts of a Teacher-guru
Black bad kapala "The Possibility of Everything"
Praise the guru, deva, dakini! Hum!
A yogi who adheres to the secret mantra, when performing all actions through pacification, magnification, etc., [should] keep numerous types of kapalas. Therefore, this "Possibility of everything", the black bad kapala, is irreplaceable. And so stick to it like a peg.
When you collect everything, be it silk, cotton, wheat, paper, make a picture of the chakra, which corresponds to a small drawing. Wrap in the chakra the indisputable relics, the body, bones and nails that have the blessing, various medicines, jewelry, various cereals. Wrap it in various silks, tiger skins, leopard skins, badger skins, whatever you collect. Having done so, entangle it with colored [threads].
During the auspicious day, constellations and planets, set up the mandala of the three Roots, the cluster [of offerings], torma. Perform the blessing that corresponds to the texts. Perform the repetition of hundreds of your own chakra mantras. Inside the combined kapala of a man and kapala of a woman [put] the chakra, jewelry, medicine, white cereals, everything that is acceptable with the shell. Connect all the parts.
In the house of practice, after sunrise, hide it in the right way, so that other people do not see it. From above, bring in any acceptable saccha, a bodily form that has sanctification.
The yogi who possesses this should appear as the kapala family. And even if it is entangled, siddhis will be bestowed at best.
Similarly, in the case of entangling the middle, the dakinis will gather.
In the simplest case, you will carry out destructive acts.
If there is no such thing, there will be no siddhi at best. On average, it will appear as bad. In the bad — various destruction skandhas are formed.
For the sake of numerous causes, such as, etc., manifest understanding through yoga.
Let this black bad kapala "The Possibility of Everything" be met by anyone who holds the mantra, having luck and fate!
Let it disappear from the hands of one who has no vows.
Seal. Seal. Seal.
Kha tham. Dhathim. Hidden seal. Seal of the trust. The seal of the treasury.
Translated by Lama Karma Paljor (O. E. Filippov).