I was Googling the words white feathers to check if any posts I have published on the subject have a decent ranking and I came across the following story on the Total Essex website.
Nicola Ford who lives in Hutton, Essex was telling of the recent strange happenings in her house. One of the things she mentioned was about how white feathers have been found dotted around her home and the smell of a perfume, that she doesn't use, often fills the air. This is something I can personally relate to. I remember how, after my dad died, I saw white feathers and could at times smell his special brand of tobacco - even though no one smokes in our house.
Many of the other things Nicola talked about were something completely different.
First her television switched on by itself in the middle of the night, a candle fell over mysteriously and a pair of glass angels in her bedroom rotated by themselves. She also sees shadows out of the corner of her eye.
I'm sure this would have given me the collywobbles but Nicola is calm about such happenings. Why? Because she believes it is her late mother, Hazel, watching over her.
Nicola told Total Essex, "I just think I've got mum letting me know she is about. The fact that mum was very spiritual and believed in spirits herself makes me think it is her. I find it comforting. It isn't malicious – it isn't as if I have things flying across the room trying to hit me. It is just things being moved."
Peculiar things, however, have happened to Nicola's son Robbie, 16, and her six-year-old white and ginger cat Fifi.
She explains, "When mum died Robbie had some quite negative experiences. He saw some quite nasty things in his bedroom like nan's face coming towards him and then turning into a scary face. As for the cat, she's always looking at or following something that we cannot see. What is happening here is paranormal."
What interests me in this story is the white feathers aspect, as they tend to appear over and over following a loved ones death. There are so many experiences about this, many I've published on this blog. Surely we can't all be deluded.
A Selection of White Feather Posts:
The Meaning Of White Feathers As Messages From The Dead
White Feathers Comfort The Bereaved
Receiving White Feathers From The Dead
Watching Over Us With White Feathers
White Feathers And A Special Beach
A White Feather From Her Daughter
A Message From The Dead Via A White Feather
Her Guardian Angels Visited Her In Hospital
Never had any experience with feathers. I've always seen butterflies; large black ones with beautiful cobalt blue wings.ReplyDelete
Interesting about the butterflies. When my best friend died a butterfly settled on his coffin as it was being taken into the church, and stayed there.Delete
No, the majority of humans having contact with spirit are not deluded. But we do need to be care full. We are spiritual beings having a human experience. This is extremely unique and wonder-fully powerful.ReplyDelete
Agree entirely that we are spiritual beings first and foremost.Delete
I found this Kajagoogoo song "White Feathers"ReplyDelete
on You Tube:
It had 42 likes, 0 dislikes when I stumbled upon it.
So there's that number again "42".
Interestingly this guy also sang
"The Never-ending Story" as well:
5,981 likes, 42 dislikes.
There's that number again "42".
I mentioned "The Never-ending Story" above because it was mentioned in a book calledReplyDelete
"The Intuitive Way" by Penny Peirce,which has a white feather on the front cover,which Penny said was to represent a white feather from the luck dragon out of the movie
"The Never-ending Story".
I've read this book and it is worth reading in my opinion.
And 42 is of course the answer
to the riddle of life.-)
The 42s are impressive (the second one now has 43 dislikes). Like the hairstyles in the videos, almost feather like!Delete
It seems to me that white feathers may be an emerging archetype for spirit communication. I find these stories comforting.ReplyDelete
I've had two more stories sent to me since this post was published. They are comforting for the people concerned.Delete