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Angel Clouds

People have seen angel shapes in the clouds for many years. Why not have a look and see if you can find some angels too?

 

A comfortable spot is very important even if you’re just lying on an old blanket watching the clouds pass byand this is another great way to spot angels! Cirrus (long fingers of cloud above 18,000 feet) or Altostratus (long formations of cloud between 6,000-20,000 feet) are particularly beautiful and angel-like.

 

It is actually easier to lie down on the ground but it also works if you’re lying on a recliner. Relax your eyes and gaze softly at the sky, being careful not to stare at the sun. Watch as the clouds blend softly together. Can you spot an angel wingan angel’s head surrounded by a glowing halo?

 

Watching clouds helps to put you in a day-dreaming state of mind. You might even receive angel inspiration from your angel whilst you do this.

 

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Daily Mail  24 July 2012

 

Inspirational photo (pic top right) of mysterious presence in cloud above vigil for Dark Knight massacre victims.

 

"This amazing photograph which appears to show an angel in the clouds above the site of the Dark Knight massacre was taken during Sunday night's prayer vigil for the victims of the shooting.

 

The cloud formation which resembled a heavenly being was seen low in the sky over the Century 16 movie theatre where James Holmes killed 12 people and injured another 58 in a bloody rampage.

 

It was not the only potentially heart-warming piece of news to emerge from the ashes of the tragedy on Monday."

 

© Crystal Fuller

Crystal Fuller Angel Cloud

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - A message from above?

 

That’s what several South Florida residents thought after looking toward the sky on the day a new pope was named.

 

Most saw an angel in the clouds and grabbed their cameras to document the vision.

 

For some, it was a clear sign from heaven, maybe a message from God himself, showing his pleasure at the election of the first Latin American as the 267th successor of St. Peter.

 

Thom George wondered  “if Pope Francis ordered that.”

 

“The Pope asked to pray for Him. .. God answered,” was Cat Sunn’s reaction.

 

Although most felt the cloud resembled an angel, and was a beautiful sign from above, others saw in the cloud something less angelic.

 

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“A man on the street is pointing up to the sky. ‘Look, an Angel!’ he yells.

Passers-by laugh. ‘You fool, that is only a cloud’. How wonderful it would be to see angels where there are only clouds.   How sad it would be to see only clouds where there are angels.”

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