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Part of a series of articles on the
Science of
the Spoken Word

   Main article   
Spoken Word

   Forms of the spoken Word   

   Eastern forms   
Bija mantra
Golden Mantra
Om mani padme hum

   Western forms   
Hail Mary

   Specific rituals   
Mother Mary’s Circle of Light
Fourteenth Rosary
Archangel Michael’s Rosary
Ritual of the Resurrection Flame
Kuan Yin’s Crystal Rosary

   Related topics   
Violet flame
Violet-flame decrees
Balance of violet-flame and blue-flame decrees
Djwal Kul's breathing exercise

n. a demand, a claim, a request or command to come or be present; an instance of asking for something; the act of summoning the Lord, or the Lord’s summoning of his offspring. “And the LORD God called unto Adam and said unto him, Where art thou?” (Gen. 3:9) “Out of Egypt have I called my son!” (Matt. 2:15)

To call: vb. to speak in a loud or distinct voice so as to be heard at a distance; to recall from death or the astral plane, e.g., “Lazarus, come forth!”; to utter in a loud or distinct voice; to announce or read loudly or authoritatively.

The call is the most direct means of communication between man and God, and God and man, frequently used in an emergency; e.g., O God, help me! Archangel Michael, take command!

The byword of the initiate is “The call compels the answer.” “He shall call upon me and I will answer him.” (Ps. 91:15) “They called upon the Lord, and he answered them.” (Ps. 99:6)

See also

Spoken Word


Mark L. Prophet and Elizabeth Clare Prophet, The Science of the Spoken Word.