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A Message in the Clouds

Updated on February 12, 2020

Unusual Cloud Formations

I went to bed last night and had difficulty falling to sleep. After a while, my dog Genie started her low sounding growl that I call whispering, so I got up to let her outside. After opening the backdoor, I noticed how bright it was outside and I looked around and spotted the moon hiding behind the trees. The moon was full and bright but the shadows on the trees lined up outside the parameter of my fence created a soft dreamy glow.

I looked up into the sky, as I so often do, and I was startled at what I saw! White fluffy clouds had formed a gigantic at least 10 mile wide, left side of a fluffy layered white shaped wing. The formation was perfect in detail showing each fluffy white feather streaming downward layered one on top of the other. It was so large and beautiful I could not take my eyes off of it. I must say, that I was amazed. I never even thought to take a picture. Won't make that mistake again. I never saw it move and I must have been standing there looking at it for at least five minutes or more. It didn’t look like a bird’s wing it looked more like an Angel's wing. The picture I posted above has the basic shape but the wing was white and fluffy like real wings and only the left side was showing. It was so large in fact, that we could be ants under its feet if it had been attached to an angel.

The next day, my husband and I went shopping and we were on our way home and I looked at the sky as I always do when crossing the bridge, I will tell you why later. The bridge is very long across so it gave me plenty of time to look at the sky in front of us. Again, I couldn’t believe it, two days in a row, there it was another cloud formation. It looked like a head and body with wing humps protruding above its shoulders and it was wearing some kind of a wrap and had something like a helmet or hat I couldn’t quite define its shape on top of its head. It lasted only a few second before its left wing started moving into the face and neck and distorted the cloud formation. I tried to show it to my husband but he couldn’t find it and by the time he found where I was looking it was distorted. This time I thought to myself, “this is getting interesting, is this a sign or something, I need to give this more thought.”

I told you earlier that I would tell you why I look up to the sky a lot. A few years ago I was going across the same bridge but in the reverse direction. The bridge starts out lower to the water and rises progressively higher (it is a tall intersection bridge) you cannot help but see the sky while driving. That day, I noticed a cloud formation in the sky above the highest point of the bridge ahead of me. I saw a gigantic fist, the perfect shape of a man’s fist. I could also see the arm attached to the fist below the elbow. The fingers were in perfect shape and the fist showed the top of the hand with fingers curled underneath in a tight grip. It was massive in size probably several miles long. The shadowing made it look like an angry fist, that is the way I felt when I looked at it. Again I had a spiritual feeling from this event. I thought to myself, “is God angry?” Why I felt it was the fist of God, I don't know.

I will continue looking to the clouds and hope someday to see another special formation.



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© 2014 Pat

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