I'd at least believe Angels over the building 7 story.
Originally posted by TsukiLunar
No wonder she is ex-FBI. Shes clearly insane.
Originally posted by ezekielken
reply to post by trysts
Didn't the tally-ban actually hijack a farmers ultralight and load it with a martyr and ten thousand discounted bottle rockets and fly it into the ground at shanksville? the real flight 93 was landed on the white house lawn, during the saudi exempt no fly, and its occupants quickly processed into shirts and skins and placed in holding for future pick-up basketball games.
Originally posted by claireaudient
I may be off the mark here because I'm not familiar with the intensity of flame or temperature from burning jet fuel but is it possible that the bodies of those on board were incinerated?
Originally posted by FissionSurplus
I always felt that Flight 93 was bombed mid-flight, so there wouldn't be much of anything left.
If she says she saw spirits, or angels, whatever, then I believe her. Reality for everybody is subjective, and who are we to say what is a lie and what is the truth when it comes to the supernatural?
Neat story, thanks for sharing it OP!
Originally posted by LittleBlackEagle
many years in law enforcement and experience with scenes like this, healthy pension to retire on, it just doesn't add up that she would be making it up. as to what she saw well i guess it's subjective and personal for her.
me being a spiritual person, not religious mind you, my belief would say she saw spirits coming to escort there loved ones home after such a traumatic event.
Originally posted by Blueracer
reply to post by FissionSurplus
Once again...she says she saw "shimmery lights". How does that become angels? Now, certain people will say that she saw angels when, in reality, that is very likely untrue.
She writes: 'The white mist then began to take shape. It moved and swirled in patterns of spectacular white light.
'All at once, the mist took full shape and I saw what appeared to be angels. There were angels standing in the open area to the left of the crash site.
There were hundreds of them standing in columns. There was a field of angels emerging from the realms of the mist. They were Archangels with their wings arched up toward the sky.'
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Portrayals of angels in Christian art began to change with the advent of Constantine's reign as emperor of Rome in the 4th century.
The council of Nicea in 325. A.D. formed Christianity as the religion of the state, and it was after this that angels with wings, baby angels, and female angels, as well as halos, began to appear in Christian art. Prior to this period Christian art did not portray angels with wings so as not to give the impression of paying homage to a host of pagan deities as did the ancient Greeks, Romans, and Egyptians.
Cherubim appear to have been the Hebrew adaptation of a Sumerian image. Evidence in the bible indcates that they were perceived as sphinx-like creatures with human heads, the bodies of lions and two wings. The Ark of the Covenant was lavishly built with a golden mercy seat flanked by two golden cherubim. - Seraphim Described in Isaiah 6:2, seraphim were said to be part of God's retinue and it seems they were creatures of fire (seraph means 'burn'), with six wings.
"And I didn't say anything to the guys because you can imagine if I would have said, 'I just saw angels on the crash site,' they'd have called the office and they'd have said, 'She lost her mind and tell her to go home.'
Originally posted by trollz
No bodies? My dad was there and he saw body parts on the ground.
The word "cherubims" derives from the Hebrew word keruwb, and refers to an angelic being with four wings (Strong's Concordance H3742). In the book of Isaiah, seraphims are described as having six wings. This word derives from the Hebrew word saraph, which also refers to an angelic being, and comes from the root word which means to burn (Strong's H8313-14). This description of what an angelic being is composed of accords with Psalms 104:4 which describes angels as flaming fire.
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