Goodwill Festival of Unification
Celebrating the Spirit of Humanity
moon in Gemini~Sagittarius is at
Wednesday, May 26 at 4:14 am PDT / 11:14 UT
On the day of the Goodwill full moon, groups and individuals are invited to hold a meditative focus and for 24 hours, to sound The Great Invocation on the quarter hour over a period of time while spending the 15 minute interval in prayer or meditation for a world culture of cooperation.
We at SouledOut.org encourage participation in this vigil. Just align with a moment of silence, use the Great Invocation on the quarter hour, and know that countless others will be joining with you in this rhythm.
1952 the full moon of Gemini has also been observed as World Invocation
Day ~ a world day of prayer
when people of every spiritual path join in a universal appeal to divinity
through use of The Great
Together they focus the invocative demand of humanity for the light,
the love and the spiritual direction needed to build a world of
unity and peace.
Great Invocation, given to humanity in 1945, is an integral
part of the three Spiritual Festivals of Aries, Taurus, and
Gemini. The massed
intention reaches its highest point each year during the period of
the three major planetary Festivals ... at The Festival of the
One in Aries and celebrated in the Western part of the world as Easter;
a month later at The Festival of The Wesak, The Festival of
and widely celebrated in the Eastern world; and climaxes a month
after that, with World Invocation Day during The
known as The
Festival of The Christ,
with the keynotes of Goodwill and Humanity.
marks the 76th anniversary of The Great Invocation we use
version, given in 1936)
Invocation Day has three central features:
the use of The Great Invocation, the world prayer which expresses
truths central to all the major religions of the world.
the spiritual cooperation of people of goodwill of every faith,
joining in a united act of invocation of Divinity.
the distribution into human consciousness of the spiritual energies
evoked during The Easter and Wesak Festivals.
you join us in observing World Invocation Day through the united use
of The Great Invocation, and will you help to make this day widely