Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Well known "angel photograph" from 1952 bears a strong resemblance to the Goddess Freya


























Someone could argue that the Norse gods are never actually "seen." Well, perhaps it's possible that that may not be entirely true..? Even the most crude "photo shop" wasn't available until 1982. Look closely... doesn't this apparition appear to be the perfect archetype of the beautiful Freya? Just a Heathen hunch. We don't know that it isn't Freya...

The Norse/Germanic Goddess Freya "is a goddess associated with love, sexuality, beauty, fertility, gold, seiðr (magic), war, and death. Often in ancient Germanic pagan systems, "death" really meant "death and to a new arising." According to the below account, could Freya have favored the British in this particular battle.. and showed up for inspiration?


Doidge Angel Photograph

The Doidge angel photograph was found on some film Danny Sullivan purchased at a British junk shop. Accompanying the film were several letters from the 1950s that related stories of angel sightings dating back to World War I. The letters had belonged to William Doidge who had written an American soldier named Doug whose friend had seen an angel appear above a Gloucestershire lake prior to twenty soldiers dying there in a bridge collapse. Doidge searched Woodchester Mansion for the angel and in 1952, he captured this amazing angel photograph.



More Behind the Doidge Angel Photo

This stunning angel photograph was found on some film Danny Sullivan bought at a British junk shop. Accompanying the film were several letters from the 1950s that related stories of angel sightings dating back to World War I. The letters had belonged to William Doidge who had written an American soldier named Doug whose friend had seen an angel appear above a Gloucestershire lake prior to twenty soldiers dying there in a bridge collapse. Doidge wrote in the letters concerning how British soldiers in 1914 were led into battle at Mons, France by angels.

Doidge was put into contact with Doug after being smitten with the World War I story. This led him to contact Doug after he had heard about his friend's story of the angel sighting at Gloucestershire's Woodchester Mansion. Doidge searched Woodchester Mansion for the angel and in 1952, he apparently was fortunate to capture the amazing angel photograph. Over the years, rumours have abounded that Danny has had a movie deal in the works regarding the angel sighting stories.


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