Enigmas on Earth
Spirits of the Clouds
"Faces in the Clouds"
Cummulus Clouds
Aztec Face
Manilla, Phillipines
18th June, 2006
Photo: Black Adder

This page will deal with the 'normal' faces that we see in cloud shapes. The collection will focus on the better cases that require no imagination to see them. Pareidolia you say? Perhaps, but as you will see in these images the fine details defy explanation.

The Face Of Cloud.......(DP345)
Photo: by ASUG
The Great Hound
In Australia - a cloud in the shape of a great hound. Credit:  Terry Linsell
Cloud Face
Sittingbourne, Kent, England
Monobrow in the Skies
Using her mobile phone, young April James photographed this fine cloud face 
last winter outside her home in Sittingbourne, Kent. - SOURCE
The Face of Bob Marley
Credit: Michael Poole
Cloud Face
Credit: Richard Carlson
King Louis XIV?
Taken near Nizza, (France), on a plane journey from Leipzig (Germany). Looks like a portrait of Salvador Dali, Musketeer D'Artagnan, or even The 'Big Yin' Billy Connolly. Any other sugggestions welcomed.
Credit: Annegret Richter
King Louis XIV
Native Face
Massachusetts, US
'Wisdom', or God giving us the thumb's up. Credit: Russ Engen
Cloud Face
Phoenix, Arizona. U.S.
Another in the hungry cloud series, this one is from Phoenix, Arizona. U.S.
Credit: Amanda Gomez
Skull Cloud
Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire
Death From Above...
Sten Sheppard photographed this cloud skull over Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire,
at about 6:15pm on 6 July 2004. - SOURCE
Baby Pegasus
Lake Myvatn, Northern Iceland
Baby Pegasus spotted over Lake Myvatn, northern Iceland. 
Photo: Andrew Casely
Ganesh the Elephant God
Isla de la Graciosa near Lanzarote
This laughing baby elephant was spotted over Isla de la Graciosa near Lanzarote.
Credit: Deborah Carr
Time for a Snack
Newark Notts. U.K.
Credit: Annabel Graham
Lightened to show the eye
Godzilla Returns
A dinosaur doing a wheelie. Credit: Jon Ackroyd
Huge Fish above La Spezia-Milano motorway, Italy
Credit: Cristina Vizzi
Big Bend National Park in Texas. US.
Sunfish, spotted over The Big Bend National Park in Texas. US.
Credit: Barry Milyovsky
A King Kong Cloud
Credit: Jose Marques
Altocumulus Angelfish
Southern Patagonia.
Altocumulus Angel-fish, Southern Patagonia
Credit: Dominic Hall
Watching the Sunset
Budapest, Hungary
Photo: Sandor Banyai
Golden Fish
Blasket Islands, County Kerry, Ireland
 Credit: Gavin Tobin
Fiery Face
Kemptown Nova Scotia Canada
Barney Rubble, of the Flinstones, spotted over Kemptown Nova Scotia Canada and came complete with the verse..
"If you ever get lonely, with nothing to do, the clouds will always put on a show just for you."
Credit: William

Conversations with the Cloud People
(c) Robert Neil Boyd
There is an overarching principle of Divine Harmony which operates the confluences of Nature. It can be contacted by emotional sensitivity, as can all the creatures, plants, and so on. Everything is involved in this Harmony. The clouds, the rocks, the trees. Everything has consciousness and is actively involved in a magnificent cooperation which the indigenous Peoples call the "Circle of Life". 

Consider, for example, clouds and rocks as having souls, and personalities. One may communicate to the degree one is able to register their emotional states (these can be subtle and unique to the Being), and project and receive mental pictures. All of Nature communicates [predominantly] in this way. 

One time, I wanted to get rained on, because I had just put Rainex on the windshield of my car, and I love to see the water bead and slide up the window as I drive. I drove 50 miles North, to where the radar showed rain passing across the Interstate. By the time I got there, the rain had passed across the highway moving about 30 mph to the East. (Pretty fast!) I got off the interstate and found a field where I could park the car and commune with the clouds. I saw one to the South of me that was fairly impressive, and not too far gone to the East. I started "chatting it up", complimenting its capabilities and power. Like,"You're just a magnificent Cloud-Being! I'll bet you can make more rain than any of these other ones. I'll bet you could make the biggest raindrops of all of them! Why, I'll bet, if you wanted to you could come over here and rain those huge drops of rain right on me over here, in spite of that wind which moves all your kin across to the East." And so on. 

I noticed that cloud was becoming very proud of itself. Then it began to grow. Bigger and bigger and blacker and blacker... It became awesome. Then I realized it was heading straight for me! It was moving North and West, in spite of a 30 mile an hour headwind! I waited in rapt amazement until a raindrop near the size of a grapefruit(!) smacked on the ground next to me! Then I jumped in my car and got back on the Interstate to watch the rain stream up my windshield. Such pleasure! 

I thanked the cloud for being so kind for me and for showing me what it could do. (True story.) 

SOURCE: http://www.rialian.com/rnboyd/clouds.htm

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