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INTRODUCTION INTRODUCTION [TO RECORDER] [TO RECORDER]



INCLUDE THE NEUTRAL NAME


Let the name of the supreme not be invokèd*,
but let the name of the supreme be included:
NANANAN**.
NANANA.NA..NA...NA....NAN***  |****

Let the name of the all-neutral not be invokèd*,
but let the name of the all-neutral be included:
NANANAN**.
NANANA.NA..NA...NA....NAN***.


* the grave indicates that the e may be pronounced
as schwa or <i> for poetical reasons
** pronounced as <nänänän> with stress on the central
syllable; may be deleted if the poem is sung
*** this is the chant proper
**** the first three lines and the first reading or
singing of the chant may be deleted

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Vinsent   Nandi



The so-called 'prose poem' appearing in the Book of Symbols, at the end of chapter 5 (Denominational Observances), 41 years after the Second World War, was simply named Neutralist Chant. Eleven years later it was renamed Include the Neutral Name. Here the poem or song as found in the Model can be both read and heard.

In chorus the Neutral Name is the same song sung by an imaginary quire, in this case of three persons. To hear it click the following speaker:

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[LISTEN TO ~IN CHORUS THE NEUTRAL NAME~]

The neutralistic chant proper has been 'symmetrized', that is, turned into a piece of symmetrical music. To hear this composition click the speaker below:

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[LISTEN TO THE SYMMETRIZED NEUTRALISTIC CHANT]



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