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aghorA' s mantras according to the kAlI-kula traditions
As we have already seen, the Dev I Ahora was first created as the Akti a of the Agora in the roots Tantric of the shaka of the Bhairava sprta..... It has been described under several related titles such as a ghoreshvarI and seems to be the basis from which the main devI-s of the Trica and our Pashchim AmnAya arose.
She was worshipped under the name aghorA in the traditions of the famous YoginI-jAla-shaMvara-Tantra. Adoration of the great yogini yoginI-jAla-shaMvara bhaira and his parivAra is learned as an aid a~Nga of the system of brahma-yAmala, which gives his lofty secrets as a means to attain khecharI sidedhi and this is explained as "amitAtmaka", i.e. of infinite natures.
From this text, this tradion was extended to the YoginI-jAla-shaMvara Tantric and passed on to the YoginI-samchAra Tamar. This latter tantra's traditions were then included in the compound Jayadratha-yAmala. Yoga in saMchAra creates the divI Ahora in the presence of the great shhairava. The ritual of the DIK SHAH, which is carried out in the ShmashAna, involves the AchArya, which wears a bony scallop and is covered with the bhasm from the pyre, the MaDala of the great BHIma-vikrama Bahirava (YoginI-YALA-ShaMvara) together with the Dev I AHORA.
He gets his dIcSha kula from the face on which the flowers fall. When he has received the mantras, he eventually adores Ayhora, escorted by the 63 YoginIs of this system. In this respect, the Dev I Ahora as a Shmash Ana divinity with "kApAlika" attribute was maintained as in the KALI Kula.
This is where the mantras are learned in the kaamakalA kAlI khaNDa (8. 277-283) of the pa~nchAshat saAhasryAM kahAkAla saMhitA. 25-silver mantras of Ayhora is: hrIM chim chromium krome chromium krim strip herbs chrim phrim crim hskhphreM huM afore siddhiM me dApaya svAhA ||| The divI is mediated as in the crematorium floor with legs that shine like a wet hill of dark collyrene, with three big reddish eye,
Whilst the general descriptions of their ancestors correspond to the YJS traditions, the brooms and winning fans are uncommon.