Hourly calls to Sanat Kumara

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In a landmark dictation on October 11, 1992, Sanat Kumara gave a dispensation allowing us to command him “to take command of any and all affairs in the world.” He said:

Blessed ones, without ceremony and without missing a beat of your daily responsibilities, you can breathe, [for instance,] the single fiat and the single prayer: “Sanat Kumara, take command of the youth of the world! Take command of drugs, rock music, alcohol, nicotine and sugar addictions. Sanat Kumara, bind the entire sinister force of the attack on the youth of the world!”

But give this word in the name of Brahman, in the name I AM THAT I AM—but give this word, beloved, and I will give the word and legions of angels, millions of angels will go forth in your command. Simply be specific....

A one-sentence call thoughtfully worded and given as a fiat to me by name, Sanat Kumara, will result in an action of the hosts of the Lord and the armies of the Faithful and True. How can you, then, resist making that single call?

I pray that you will not forget so great a salvation that I am offering to you. And therefore, angels of the Seven Holy Kumaras come to guard the mind from despair and depression and distraction and the forgetfulness, the forgetfulness, beloved ones, to simply offer the prayer. Lest you forget, you have many means of reminding yourself, from the string around the finger to the alarm clock, to signs posted in various places, to having the buddy system, to setting a time that you never forget and you never forsake for making those calls....

Think of yourselves as commanders of battalions and legions of angels. Think of yourselves as standing before a hundred thousand angels who await the word of the command.... Therefore, you must qualify your prayer: “Let this call be executed by the legions of light according to the will of God and only the will of God. Sanat Kumara, not my will but thine be done!”[1]

On October 12, 1992, in response to Sanat Kumara’s dispensation, Saint Germain said:

I desire to sponsor those of you who will make it the centerpiece of your life to command angels and to determine how you will clock the hours to remind yourselves that each hour on the hour you may give a thirty-second call [in the name of Sanat Kumara] consisting of commands [to the legions of light] for the liberation of the oppressed souls of an entire world.[2]

On July 4, 1993, Saint Germain spoke again of the importance of making these hourly calls.

You remember that I have called you to make a call every hour on the hour—a simple call in the name of Sanat Kumara to assign the angels and legions of light and hosts of the LORD to go forth for the binding of Evil in the earth. Well, beloved ones, the messenger has programmed a computer to beep every hour on the hour. I suggest you do the same, for when you hear that little beep you can give a fiat of thirty seconds or a minute. And in the time it takes you to make that fiat, you can go through your lists and you can empower millions of angels as you send them to deal with areas of crisis throughout the globe.[3]

Sources

Pearls of Wisdom, vol. 45, no. 40, October 6, 2002.

  1. Beloved Sanat Kumara with the Seven Holy Kumaras, “Let the Wall of Fire Descend!” Pearls of Wisdom, vol. 35, no. 49, November 4, 1992.
  2. Saint Germain, “Discover the New World of Aquarius,” Pearls of Wisdom, vol. 35, no. 65, December 13, 1992.
  3. Saint Germain, “We March!” Pearls of Wisdom, vol. 37, no. 25, June 19, 1994.