Meet the woman who sees angels, literally

thecheers.org    2008-07-17 16:53:22    

London, July 17 : If someone claims that he or she talks to angels every day, the person might be seen with a subtly skeptical eye. But somehow Lorna Byrne is different.
If someone claims that he or she talks to angels every day, the person might be seen with a subtly skeptical eye. But somehow Lorna Byrne is different.

Lorna Byrne claims in her autobiography, 'Angels in my Hair', that she has been communicating with angels since she was a child.

She writes that she sees angels and spirits, and that they are her constant companions.

Byrne's memoir has been bought for a six-figure sum by the publishers of 'The Da Vinci Code', but she doesn't see her powers as unusual.

"I don't always see the angels' wings, but when I do, they are beautiful beyond words," the Telegraph quoted her as saying.

"The other day I was with someone and, as she walked into the room, her guardian angel opened up for me and I saw its golden wings in such detail. I could see the feathers individually," she added.

The newspaper report also says that Lorna's memoir has become a runaway bestseller in her native Ireland.

"I'm seeing spirals of light behind people. Those are the people's guardian angels. We've all got one. They are usually about three paces behind us," she said.

"And then I'm also seeing the other angels, too, the ones that I call the helpers and teachers. They are white and beautiful. All angels have a human appearance, but that's just for us, so we are not terrified," she added. (ANI)
© 2007 ANI


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