To call down

to pray for, as blessing or curses.

See also: Call

References in classic literature ?
Therefore I am going to call down fire and blow up your tower, but it is only fair to give you a chance; now if you think you can break my enchantments and ward off the fires, step to the bat, it's your innings.
It never occurred to the good-natured monarch that such a name was certain to call down the hatred and jealousy of the fairies in a body on the child, but this was what happened.
I, a weak father, lack the language and the innocence to call down angels.
Instead With the new system, residents simply dial *7 on their home phone to call down and talk directly to their doorman.
One book, What Islam Is All About, states that Jews "subscribe to a belief in racial superiority" and that their religion "even teaches them to call down curses upon the worship places of non-Jews whenever they pass by them
News that Thierry Henry is still not fit has prompted a couple of firms to call down France on the Group A index, although they have gone up a point with both IG and Spreadex on the outright front.
Right away, I at least wanted to call down to the locker room to see how he was.
Some of the entries in my room's diary made me want to call down to housekeeping and make sure the mattress had been turned.
An example of this strategy in action is placing a sensor unit on a hill to call down to your mortar unit to lob shells on the enemy base or units.
My daughter asked me not to call down there and complain because it would be worse on her.