Do Noctilucent Clouds Seed Earth with Blessings? … by Alice B. Clagett

Revised; originally published on 9 July 2014 

Dear Ones,

I have been hearing quite a lot about noctilucent clouds lately. It seems they used to be seen around the Arctic Circle in summer, but in recent years they can be seen as far south as Utah and Colorado. They’re also seen in many European cities these days …

When I read (below) that they consist of tiny ice crystals seeded by meteor smoke, I began to think of Masaru Emoto’s work with water … how intelligent water is, and how it can hold God’s blessings. Then when I read that sunlight is hitting these tiny ice crystals and turning the sky electric blue, I began to wonder if Divine blessings may be showering down on Earth through the medium of these beautiful clouds!

What do you think? Could this be possible? At the end of the SpaceWeather article below is a link to a gallery of noctilucent cloud photos. Exquisitely beautiful, aren’t they?

Link: Space Weather, www.spaceweather.com … Go to Archives: Wednesday, 9 July 2014 … then page down to “Electric-Blue Sunrise”

Image: “Noctilucent Clouds,” by Michael Zavyalov, July 8, 2014 @ Yaroslavl, Russiahttp://spaceweathergallery.com/full_image.php?image_name=Michael-Zavyalov-DSC_6892-4_1404771446.jpg ..

Link: Realtime Noctilucent Cloud Photo Gallery: http://spaceweathergallery.com/nlc_gallery.html ..

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
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