Violet Flame Service to Life
Violet Flame Vigil – For Keepers of the Flame
Mondays – 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Saturdays – 8:00 am – 10:00 am
Free Link for Saturday mornings:
“Call upon the lord, withhold nothing from Him, and He will withhold nothing from thee.”
Dedicated to the sanctity of life, each Monday evening, Keepers of The Flame come to together on the Internet broadcast to make calls to the Violet Flame (the transmutative light of the Holy Spirit). The service, which is broadcast worldwide from our chapel, includes Violet Flame decrees, songs to the Violet Flame Masters, and quotes from the Masters on the Violet Flame. (See The Importance of the Violet Flame)
At the end of the service, attendees on the internet broadcast are invited to email in and tell where they are from, how long they have been decreeing that night, and how many people are decreeing with them. These numbers are added to the number of people decreeing within the Bozeman Community Teaching Center chapel and multiplied by the dispensations given over the years by the Ascended Masters. The final mathematical figure tells us how many hours have accrued to the Violet Flame for the freedom and liberation of all souls of light, but especially for the child aborning within the womb. (See Dispensation Multiplication Factor)
We invite all Keepers of the Flame to join us weekly!
Fact: Bozeman has been conducting the Violet Flame vigil each Monday night since 2010. We think that our services have partially resulted in the following statistics:
Since abortion has been legalized, over 60 million abortions have been committed. However,
- Abortion restrictions were not the main driver of the decline in the U.S. abortion rate between 2011 and 2017. Rather, the decline in abortions appears to be related to declines in births and pregnancies overall. There are a number of potential explanations for this broad decline, some more plausible than others.
- Still, abortion restrictions, particularly those imposing unnecessary, intentionally burdensome regulations on providers, played a role in shutting down abortion clinics in some states and thereby reducing access to abortion. ~ Guttmacher Institute ~ September 18, 2019
Missouri officially became the first state in America to effectively end abortions in 2021. Prior to this time, Missouri was notable for passing some of the strictest abortion laws in the country, including an act passed by the Missouri Legislature passed on May 17, 2019 that banned all abortions after eight weeks of pregnancy, making no exceptions for cases of rape or incest.
US abortions dropped to their lowest rate since the Supreme Court Roe vs Wade in 1973. In addition, abortion clinics are closing at record rates as abortions hit near-record lows and state restrictions hit near-record highs.
~Christianity Today~ February, 3, 2014
…Abortions were on the decline before the recent surge in state abortion restrictions. (Between 2011 to 2013, more restrictions were enacted than in the entire first decade of the 2000s.)
~Washington Post~ February 4, 2014
Melinda Gates, of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has announced that her international family planning foundation will no longer fund abortion because she believes that abortion and family planning have become “conflated.”
~ Breitbart~ June 12, 2014
The Ohio Department of Health released a report saying that the number of abortions in Ohio hit a 37-year low in 2013 with 23,216 performed. The 2013 total represented a 9 percent drop from 2012 and was the lowest number of abortions since 1976, when the state began keeping records.
~ The Columbus Dispatch~September 27, 2014
On October 2, 2014, thirteen abortion clinics in Texas were forced to close immediately until they can meet the same building, equipment and staffing standards as hospital-style surgical centers after a federal appellate court on Thursday sided with Texas. (On October 20, this ruling was ‘temporarily’ reversed.)
~New York Times~October 2, 2014
The Centers for Disease Control released its national abortion report…The abortion rate has declined to a historic low. At their high decades ago, approximately 1 in 3 pregnancies ended in an abortion (about 33%)…, now just 18% of all pregnancies in the United States end in an abortion.
~ Life News.com~ November 28, 2014
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