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‘Divine’ Cloud Formation Resembling Angel In The Sky Spotted By Texas Couple

Danny Ferraro and his wife witnessed this ‘divine’ image in the heavens.






Because of hardships of life, many of us hope for miraculous feats and divine answers. While not everyone’s prayers get answered, people still faithfully wait for the ubiquitous power to intervene, one way or another.

The same is true for a couple from Texas who witnessed an unexpected sign from the heavens that seems to assure them that everything will be alright.

Danny Ferraro and his wife witnessed this 'divine' image in the heavens

Texas man Ferraro was driving with his wife along Highway 105 in Montgomery northeast of Houston when they saw an unexpected scene that seemingly exudes a literal “message from the heavens”. On July 30, the 57-year-old Texas resident shared an image of a cloud formation that he deemed akin to an angel with open arms in the sky.

The cloud formation was dubbed the “Texas Angel.”

Speaking to local media, Ferraro explained that his family was experiencing problems and how their feelings were transformed when they saw the awe-inspiring scene.

“On Monday evening we were heading to deal with more (family) issues and really dreading it,” he told CBS 4.

“As we turned west on Highway 105 in Montgomery, I immediately noticed the cloud formation and the brilliant rays of sun straight ahead of us, and I told Carmen (Ferraro’s wife), ‘Wow, look at that!’”

The couple, who was also celebrating their first month of marriage, felt blessed to have witnessed the image and took it as a sign that God is calming their troubled hearts.

Danny said:

“We both saw the angel and felt it meant that everything would be OK. I just felt like God was saying, ‘I’m always with you.’ I don’t know how many others saw it, but I’m sure it meant something special to everyone who did.”

The couple reportedly considers themselves as Christians, which may be why they took the unusual cloud formation as a divine message. The image, which Ferraro shared on his Facebook page and dubbed as “Texas Angel,” has since become viral on the social media platform with over 2,000 reactions.

It has also been shared 18,000 times since it was posted on July 30, 2018.

Almost 800 people also posted comments, including some who shared Ferraro’s interpretation of the image and his faith.

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Chu Chih-Kang, Taiwan’s Unique Dark Library Where Every Book Has Its Own Light

Such a beautiful concept.




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The Taiwanese library designed by Chu Chih-Kang studio has nearly 300 bookshelves. The pieces are highlighted separately making the front covers pop from afar.

Chu Chih-Kang displays the books in a way that visitors can see their personalities.

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Understanding what these signs are has been an adventure for many history enthusiasts.

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The Surprising History Of The Peace Symbol

It’s more than just a sign for hippies in the 1960s!

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It is one of the most recognizable symbols in the world yet only a few are aware of how the peace symbol came to be. The sign, which consists of a circle and three lines, has been connected to hippies and the Summer of Love back in the 1960s. However, its origin comes from a darker side of history.

Gerald Holtom had created the design for a specific event in 1958. The artist and pacifist introduced the symbol in signs and banners carried by people who were protesting nuclear weapons at Aldermaston in London. It was a simple design that was immediately adopted by the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND). The symbol borrowed its design from the semaphore alphabet which is used by sailors to communicate with flags.

Holtom's symbol combines the letters "N" and "D" for "nuclear disarmament."

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