Atharva Veda Book 20 has this curious hymn that I couldn't make sense of:
Then too the single bottle-gourd, the bottle-gourd dug from the earth,
The lute dug up from out the ground: this the wind stirs and agitates.
Let him prepare a nest, they say: he shall obtain it strong and stretched.
He shall not gain it unspread out. Who among these will touch the lute?
Who among these will beat the drum? How, if he beat it, will he beat?
Where beating will the Goddess beat again again about the house?
Three are the names the camel bears, Golden is one of them, he said.
Glory and power, these are two. He with black tufts of hair shall strike.
Does any scriptural commentary give the meaning of this verse especially the bit about the goddess and the camel?