Angels Do Exist in NYC: Photographic Proof


What might be more convincing proof to you that angels exist in New York City:

Photos taken by a Hollywood film wizard? Or randomly taken by a technological Luddite from 270 feet in the air (the 27th floor) during his grave-yard shift lunch break (at 4AM)?

As you look at these pix, I’ll let you guess which category I fall into.

These ethereal photos were taken in April 2009. What I saw at the time was a barge anchored next to the Staten Island Ferry Terminal buildings at New York City’s southernmost tip.

But what startling reality the camera saw on the roof, I didn’t–until later:

So far, people’s responses have ranged from “Really beautiful!” to “Is that a reflection or light leak?” to “Spooky!” to “Gives me a feeling of peace.”

What do you feel?

This photo, taken 7 minutes before, from my exact same perch at the exact same angle, clearly reveals no sign of any angelic-like being or any light leaks. No reflective objects appear on the roof, which is gray and featureless except for what by day look like a couple low curved steam vents or chimneys set far apart.

Experts say a real (non-manipulated image) reveals more details, not less, when it’s zoomed in on. Case in point:

This breath-taking photo was taken of the angelic image when magnified more than 2x on my monitor. (On your computer, you can also hold down the Control-Shift keys and press the “+” button several times.) You can see the vast luminous energy field, at least 12 feet in diameter, contains five or six sections that arc out like petals from three distinct orbs or centers.

“Almost like the soul of a butterfly,” one person said.

Another commented, “Looks like a giant Mickey Mouse!” (You’d have to imagine the two smaller points of light as his ears.)

I’m sure the spirit, or the butterfly soul, or the angelic being, would be amused by that last remark. When you decide to “go public,” you’re prepared for almost anything.

One level-headed friend asked, “Why would an angel just appear on a rooftop to you, in the middle of the night?”

Good question. Maybe because they knew I’d be looking. Also, who else do you know takes photos of New York Harbor from 270 feet up, at 4:10 am? Everyone else is napping, or partying, or busy making soon-to-be-regretted-purchases from late-night TV infomercials.

One person explained away the image, saying, “But you always attract these sorts of things.”

It’s true: as a Spiritualist minister and naturally somewhat clairvoyant, I’ve seen blissful lights and startling things that others haven’t. Or maybe Western culture has been so busy making money off trying to scare us from the unknown (depicting the subconscious as a dangerous Hell-like place, etc.), fear has hypnotized us into not consciously acknowledging what everyone’s brains do sense.

Such habituated blindness might keep anyone from noticing the evidence right in front of his or her face once it’s downloaded onto their computer. Or might lead them to mutter, “That’s a mistake”–and delete it without a second thought.

Either way, my collection of unusual photos includes brilliant spirit-lights at Trinity Church on Broadway, tiny glowing orbs at Bowling Green, solemn faces ascending jellyfish-like in the air near Verrazano Bridge in Brooklyn–and the unforgettable multiple moons moving over New York City. But this blue angel picture is perhaps my favorite.

Why? Because it’s like a doorway–and a reassurance.

For if one angelic being exists, many can–and they do according to the sacred scriptures of all spiritual paths from Christianity to Hinduism, to every indigenous culture on Earth.

Trust me, any sign of angelic presence is very welcome in New York City’s rough-and-tumble environment. This indicates that an angelic kind of caring–of help available–really does exist. Not just as a happy imagined source to bring us relief from mental or emotional stress.

It suggests there really is a purpose, a mission, one or more–and a spiritual hierarchy dedicated to well being of mankind and all creatures. Not just a race or species dwelling in its own separate, unimaginably glorious world, but interacting with ours–here in ours.

It says we’re not alone. No matter where we live. And that’s good.

Angelic being, cosmic butterfly, whoever you are–thank you for showing yourself to us. Thank you for the gift of this visible proof. And thank you for loving us.


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See more genuine Photographic Proof of Angels in NYC!

Peace and happiness,
Rev. Scott Ufford

Copyright 2011

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6 thoughts on “Angels Do Exist in NYC: Photographic Proof

  1. scottu Post author

    Thank you for these good points MauryneCecilia–that’s why I only show evidence & explain it–I don’t try to CONVINCE people what they see.

    From my limited knowledge of PhotoShop (how to spell it?), an average fumbler can’t take an image and have it reveal progressively more AND intricate detail as any viewer enlarges it?

    Also that’s why I keep original photos of wild things like the multiple–MOVING–moons and the Verrazano Bridge spirit orbs on my digital camera memory card–easy to show the photos’ time taken & other data which should prove they’re unretouched.

    Thanks for stopping by! Feel welcome to share here any unusual photos you get on your next Sedona AZ tour–no matter what dimension you capture.
    Peace n happiness to you,
    Rev. Scott

  2. MauryneCecilia

    No question that there are other dimensions, beings and forms of life besides us. For those who need further evidence, though, photos won’t convince. The wonders of Photoshop have cast a cloud of suspicion on the already skeptical. For those of us who already believe, no proof is needed.

  3. scottu Post author

    Dear Decembersangel,
    Whoever you are, I thank you for your heartfelt comment. I suspect you know much more about the angels than I do! Please feel free to share your thoughts here anytime.

    Peace and happiness to you,
    Rev. Scott

  4. scottu Post author

    Dear Joy,
    Thank you for stopping by & commenting…
    If your psychic friend says having issues with family is a sign of being a fallen angel, I suggest 95% of us check for where we lost our parachutes after the big drop. :o )

    They’re hidden somewhere in our histories! And they’re woven from the familiar fabric of Home, that High Place we secretly aspire to return…

    At this stage of the cosmic game, we aren’t meant to bail out of any more situations. No matter how tough they get. Because our hearts & souls seek a new kind of completion: the kind of tying together of knots for ropes and sails that will lift us all up, as high as we choose.

    No matter what kind of unknown bumps and lurches along the way, doesn’t it feel better preparing to get hoisted back up, and to help hoist others up…than to glide down?
    Peace and happiness,
    Rev. Scott

    PS Your poetry blog is charming. I particularly like the August 2010 poem titled “David Died”. Such simple direct homage to a feline friend, loved and lost .

  5. Joy Leftow

    One of my best friends who is a psychic reader said I’m a fallen angel and that is why I have so many issues with family. Not sure if that’s true but it sounds nice. Perhaps he is referring to my basic nature which is to help those who need and why I became a social worker, and now that I’m retired I do social work for free along with my poetry.

    Another premise states that if one argues about the existence of something – that proves it exists because otherwise why would one argue about it?

  6. decembersangel

    Of course the angels appeared to you and are glad you have let us all see this beautiful gift…
    Love Always~

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