11 October, 2014

White Feathers And Autumn Leaves As Messages


I have published posts over and over about white feathers and they are always the most widely read. Today's Daily Mail, October 9th, has a couple of letters on this theme on their Letters Page.

The first is from a Penny Fisher who writes:

"I receive white feathers from my beloved husband of 44 years who sadly died of cancer. It has been six years now but the feathers still arrive and what a joy they bring."

Mrs M.P Ridslake described her experience:

"I believe in white feathers appearing in the most inappropriate places - inside the shed on my allotment, inside my house, or - from time to time - just at my feet.

My sister was killed in 1943 when she was 13 and I was 11. We were very close and I believe she is watching over me. I'm now 82 and over the years have had many close encounters which could have had tragic consequences but at those times, in an instant, the danger was averted."

And a variation on a theme from Ceri Addis:

"I haven't seen a white feather. Eight years ago, however, on October 16, 2006, which would have been my dad's 92nd birthday, two friends and the vicar of St John's Church, and I stood by my grandparents grave where dad's casket of ashes was about to be buried with his parents. Suddenly a large, beautifully coloured autumn leaf blew in and went straight into the small hole. It was uncanny."

Interesting that a main stream newspaper is taking an interest in the subject.

More White Feather Stories:
10 White Feather Story Posts As Examples Of Messages From The Dead
Also See:
20 Examples Of How The Dead Contact Us With Messages Or Signs

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2 comments:

  1. I love these stories. It seems this type of spirit communication happens a lot ore frequently than we realize.

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  2. It's funny that you should mention these 2 together (white feathers and autumn leaves) in the same post, as I think I may have received BOTH as signs in the 2 days following my sister's death. An hour after hearing of her death, I went to the park, and there was a very strange "leaf shower" in which more than 100 leaves seemed to fall within a minute, even though it was at a time (about Sept 24) when very few leaves were falling. The next day just after I arranged for flowers to be sent to my sister's wake, I saw a white feather floating down in the air -- a "thank you" note, perhaps?

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