Calling of Seven Archangels

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Calling of Seven Archangels, as found in ancient Christian mystical practices, as one of strongest forms of divine protection, help in daily activities, success, spiritual growth and salvation of thy very soul. Very powerful and should be cautious when practicing!

NOTE , this is not simple magic, this is form of Higher Arcana and working with angelic forces, against forces of "magic", a terrible anathema for lower spirits and energies, it is very strong mystical practice. Remember, that symbols are simply different emanations of reality, and here your every move and word and ritual is alive act of communing with forces of eternity.

You need to acquire seven greater consecrated candles from Orthodox Christian Monastery or orthodox Christian church, bring them back home, three coals for incense burning which also can be acquired in mentioned places, and some of frankincense which you can also find in those places. Get one smaller icon of any saint you feel drawn to.

(You can also get one small incense burner there or use your own if you have one)

You will also need one greater elongated metal pot/casserole dish, and some wheat grains.

Make an home altar, put that icon in center of it, and in front of it put that pot and fill it with wheat grains. stick seven small candles in a row, inside that grains, and make them mostly stick out of grains, but root them enough that they are stable so they don't fall and start fire.

Now, you will need seven prayers to the seven archangels, which I will write here, and before you read each one, you will light up the candles, one by one. Read first prayer and then light up first candle then meditate on exact thoughts i will write alongside to the prayer, light up second candle then read second prayer then meditate on another exact set of thoughts i will write about here, etc. until you light all seven candles. then take three coals for burning incense, and try to light it on the candles, but be careful, holding those coals with tweezers safely,choose candles randomly, and if candle is extinguished, try to light coal on another one, and another, etc. until you burn up all three coals. Then, see which candles went out, and simply re-read prayers to the archangels according to those candles, and if all candles went out, simply re read and re light all candles, and light up coals with a lighter. Then when your coals are burning on your incense burner put some frankincense on coals, and read final prayers that i will write here. You can do this ritual maximum once in a three weeks, not more often than that!

1.Prayer and candle to Archangel Gabriel


"St. Gabriel, Holy Archangel, you, who are known as the bearer of God's secrets meant especially for His chosen ones, we, God's children, are constantly keeping watch on God's message. Through your powerful intercession, may we receive God's words and messages so that together with Mary, our Blessed Mother, we may give glory and praise to Him. May we also radiate God's love to others by our exemplary deeds. O, St. Gabriel, obtain for us the grace and present to God the Father the following requests _________ through Jesus Christ our Lord together with the Holy Spirit forever and ever. Amen."

(St. Gabriel is the bearer of God's secret messages to His chosen ones. He is the Angel who announced to the Blessed Virgin Mary God's plan for her to be the Mother of His Son, Jesus (Luke 1:19). He was also the Angel who foretold to Daniel the end of the world. (Dan. 8:19; 9:21).)

Meditate on this while candle burns

1) How faithful am I in bringing God's message of love to the people as St. Gabriel brought faithfully and promptly the message of love incarnate to the Blessed Virgin Mary?
2) How attentive am I in listening to God's words and voice as He talks to me in my everyday life?
3) Am I following the footsteps of Jesus and am I ready to carry the cross that He has given me?
4) Do I project God's love to others by my exemplary life?

2.Prayer and candle to Archangel Raphael


"O Great Archangel, St. Raphael, you have been appointed by God to become our healer and to guide us in our earthly pilgrimage to our home in heaven. We beg you to assist us in all our undertakings and in all the trials and pains of this earthly life. We pray for constant good health both physically, mentally and spiritually. We beseech you to guide always our steps that we shall walk with confidence towards our journey, and enlighten us with our doubts generated by intellectual pride and worldly ambitions. St. Raphael, please present to God the following petitions _________ through Jesus Christ our Lord together with the Holy Spirit forever and ever. Amen."

(St. Raphael is the Archangel of the Christian's journey to heaven. He is assigned by God to accompany us along the way of our pilgrimage in search of the treasures of real happiness which God has in store for all His children. He also gives the light to discern correctly God's ways and protects us from the dangers that befall us on our way to our heavenly home. As his name Raphael connotes, "medicine of God," he is the Angel that brings good health and abundant provisions during our journey. (Tob. 8:3; 12:15).)

Meditate on this while candle burns

1) Am I aware that my life here on earth is a pilgrimage to heaven?
2) During my journey, do I contemplate the past and prepare myself for tomorrow to meet my God?
3) Do I prefer to gain material riches than that of the uplift-ment of my soul in anticipation of the divine judgment of God?
4) Do I pray for others who are at present dying or sick aside from myself?

3.Prayer and candle to Archangel Uriel


"O Illustrious St. Uriel, the Archangel of God's Divine Justice, as you hold the heavenly scales that weigh our lives on earth, we ask you to intercede for us, that God may forgive us all our sins. Obtain for us the grace of true repentance and conversion of heart that we may be spared of the punishment we deserve. Offer our prayers to God in our search for true peace and happiness founded on truth and justice. We pray for those who are suffering of inhumanities, dying because of injustice and the oppressed due to manipulation and exploitation. We also pray for our less fortunate brothers and ourselves for the following intentions _________.

Present to God the Father all these petitions through Jesus Christ our Lord together with the Holy Spirit forever and ever. Amen."

(St. Uriel, with the weighing scale in his hand, reminds us of divine justice that weighs according to its true worth whatever good we do and whatever doings we commit in relation to God, to our neighbors or to ourselves, both as individuals and as a community of nations. He also reminds us of the terrible judgment of God upon the world for the human pride and godlessness with which human affairs are conducted. These are now fast bringing mankind towards the throes of its own destruction. (Book of Henoch and IV Esd. 4, 1).)

Meditate on this while candle burns

1) Do I love God above all persons and things?
2) How do I deal with God's commandments?
3) Do I treat others justly?
4) Do I help those who are victims of injustices?

4.Prayer and candle to Archangel Sealtiel


"O Pure and Holy Archangel St. Sealtiel, you bow before the Almighty Lord offering angelic salutations of praise and thanksgiving. Guide us in our prayer. Like you, we would like to unceasingly pray and worship God the right way. May our lives be like incense pleasing to God. While awaiting for the inevitable time of separation frmo this material world, may we praise the Holy Trinity in the spirit of true love and humility throughout the days of our life in eternity. Obtain for us these favors _________ and present to God the Father all these petitions through Jesus Christ our Lord together with the Holy Spirit forever and ever.

(St. Sealtiel continually stands before God, with incense in hand in unceasing adoration of the Most Holy Trinity. As the Archangel of contemplation and worship, his angelic purity transforms the love and worship which we mortals give to God. We need St. Sealtiel's powerful intercession before God's throne to overcome the evils of hedonism in our day. May the evils of drug addition, sex exploitation and abortion become things of discredited past. May endless hymns of praise rise from all peoples as they chant in union with the Heavenly Choirs of Angels, in perpetual thanksgiving for God's bountiful blessings. He is known to be the angel who stopped Abraham from killing his son Isaac as a sacrifice. (Gen. 22:12))

Meditate on this while candle burns

1) Do I take time to pray and reflect during some moments of the day?
2) Do I praise and thank God for every blessing in my life?
3) Do I pray with filial trust and confidence in God?
4) Do I make my life prayer of praise and thanksgiving?

5.Prayer and candle to Archangel Jhudiel


"O Merciful Archangel, St. Jhudiel dispenser of God's eternal and abundant mercy. Because of our sinfulness, we do not deserve God's forgiveness. Yet, He continually grants us forbearance freely and lovingly. Help us in our determination to overcome our sinful habits and be truly sorry for them. Bring each one of us to true conversion of heart, that we may experience the joy of reconciliation which it brings, without which neither we as individuals, nor the whole world can know true peace. You who continually intercedes for us, listen to our prayers _________ and present to God the Father all these petitions through Jesus Christ our Lord together with the Holy Spirit forever and ever.

(God's mercy comes to us every moment of our lives. Without it, we would die. With it, God provides us the graces we need for our bodies. Mercy is God's love helping us fight the temptations of life and obtain forgiveness for our sins. Mercy is grace for bodily and spiritual needs. Mercy is God Himself through the merits of Jesus Christ bringing us back to our Heavenly Home.)

Meditate on this while candle burns

1) How do I show mercy to others?
2) Do I easily forgive those who have sinned against me?
3) Do I extend a helping hand to those who are in need of my help without expecting any reward in return?
4) Do I share God's blessings to my less fortunate brothers and sisters?

6.Prayer and candle to Archangel Barachiel


"O Powerful Archangel, St. Barachiel, filled with heaven's glory and splendor, you are rightly called God's benediction. We are God's children placed under your protection and care. Listen to our supplications __________ grant that through your loving intercession, we may reach our Heavenly Home one day.

Sustain us and protect us from all harm that we may posses for all eternity the peace and happiness that Jesus has prepared for us in heaven.

Present to God the Father all these petitions through Jesus Christ our Lord together with the Holy Spirit forever and ever. Amen."

(Through the merits of Our Lord Jesus Christ, His passion, death and resurrection, all His disciples are brought to a transforming union with Him. Through His transformation in love, the soul becomes Christ-like. As such, every Christ-like soul becomes, by adoption, the child of the Father. St. Barachiel is the Archangel who was assigned by God to keep watch over His adopted children, taking care that He and the Choirs of Angels assigned to the task guard these transformed souls in all their ways, bearing them up in their hands, "lest they dash their feet against the stone on their way to their heavenly home." (Psalm 91, 12))

Meditate on this while candle burns

1) Do I realize that to be Christlike means to follow God's commandments?
2) How do I grow in the qualities of Christ called virtues?
3) Do I pray to my Guardian Angel?
4) Does his presence remind me of God's protection and care?

7.Prayer and candle to Archangel Michael


"O Mighty Prince of the Heavenly Hosts, St. Michael, we beg you to protect and defend us in ll struggles against the everyday temptations in this world. Help us to overcome all evils and strengthen us, that we may declare our faith in and loyalty to the Most High so that together with all the angels and saints in heaven we may glorify the Lord. St. Michael, please intercede for us together with the Blessed Virgin Mary, and obtain for us the following requests __________.

Present to God the Father all these petitions through Jesus Christ our Lord together with the Holy Spirit forever and ever. Amen."

(St. Michael is the Commander-in-Chief of all the hierarchies of the Heavenly Hosts. He is usually known as the Angel who defeated Lucifer and his followers in the first rebellion of creatures against God. By his battle cry: "Mi-ca-El" which means "Who is like unto God?", he was named Michael. He is the first defender of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the Mystery of the Incarnation. He is usually associated with the miracles manifesting the almighty power of God with the Blessed Virgin Mary. (Dan. 10:12; 12:1; Apoc. 12:7).)

Meditate on this while candle burns

1) How strong is my faith in God?
2) Do I firmly believe that He constantly watches me in all my undertakings?
3) Do I reject sin and all the works, promises and influence of Satan?
4) Do I commit myself faithfully to Jesus Christ by serving and loving my neighbors?

Three Final Prayers while coals burn (Be very respectful and cautious)

1.Prayer to The Holy Spirit

"O Heavenly King, the Comforter, the Spirit of Truth, who art in all places and fillest all things, Treasury of blessings and giver of life: come and dwell in us, cleanse us from every stain, and save our souls, O gracious Lord. Amen."

2.Prayer to The Son of God Jesus Christ

"Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner. Amen."

3. Prayer to God The Father

"Our Father, who art in heaven, hallowed be thy Name; thy kingdom come; thy will be done on earth, as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread; and forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us; and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Amen"

Then say thrice: "Kirie eleison! Kirieeleison! Kirie eleison! Glory to the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, Slava Ocu Sinu i Svetom Duhu,Amen!"

( "Slava Ocu Sinu i Svetom Duhu" is pronounced this way: SLAVA OCOOSEENW EE SVETOM DOOHOO)

Added to on Nov 21, 2022
Last edited on Nov 25, 2022
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Nov 21, 2022
Stick seven *Greater* candles in the grain, not small candles, greater candles are needed since they should be big enough so they burn long enough to give you time to meditate on certain things I wrote about!

Nov 21, 2022
Also, very important! Residue from the candles must be buried in the ground that will not be desecrated in any way, or everything can come crashing down! I myself usually wait until I collect enough residue then I take it all into the forest at my special holy place of peace and burry them there!

Oct 28, 2023
This is a prayer not a spell...

Oct 29, 2023
It is actually a ritual, defined as an involved working with multiple steps and/or a lengthy process.

But it is all nit-picking as most (arguably all) spells and Rituals are some sort of prayer. They all carry the same basic formula. So what is your point?

Dec 04, 2023
There is little difference between spells and prayers. Spells can be considered prayers, just with items. This is a ritual to call on an archangel. Switch angel for deity, and this would be similar to a ''Connect with a deity'' ritual. You light a candle and incense [optional] place an item/items which represents the being on your altar [again, optional, but these can help you connect with the energy] then call to them. You can make up your own chant, or use one that others have recommended. [see the above prayers] Plus, the difference between a prayer and a chant is repetition [though, saying a few Hail Marys could be considered chanting] prayer is more you talking with the divine while chanting is saying the same phrase over and over to build energy and send your intention into the universe.

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