Perhaps your beginning to scry with the clouds. I've noticed nothing unusual, but then again, I always looked at the clouds for signs since I was young. If they catch my attention, I focus on them, relax, and scry.
No. It's not strange pictures in the clouds. I mean, the clouds themselves. Like their general appearance. Normally, clouds have basically always had more or less of a puffy cloud look. But lately, they look more like clouds from an oil painting if someone created them from striking the canvas with their brush bristles in a dabbing motion. (about the best way I can describe it)
And, there was atleast one day where they looked misty. Not misty in the way you might think. It was more like,...if you put a drop of black ink in a glass of water and looked at the black streaks of ink that were formed.
I don't think I've ever seen the clouds look the way they've been recently before. Atleast not memorably so or this often. It's been a pretty regular think lately. And I've lived here all my life. Very strange.
Re: clouds looking strange
By: Angel. Dec 18, 2011
Post # 6
I have been noticing the same thing over the past year or so. I think it does have to do with changes in the natural flow of things. The balance of nature is being messed up quite a bit due to "global warming". This greatly effects clouds and all water because of the melting of glacial ice. Eventually nature should be able to balance itself out.
What you're describing is stratus and cirrus clouds. It's a natural occurrence. I've never just seen cumulus (the puffy ones).
I love the skies that look like an oil painting since I am an artist and use oil as a medium. I have referred to the Creator as the Great Artist, since I was very young. I've seen those types of clouds for my entire life, and painted them for 13 years. Nothing odd to me. Perhaps you're just becoming aware of the sky more so, and just now beginning to notice it. Not everyone pays attention to the nature around them, and takes it for granted. It isn't anything to be concerned over. Enjoy the beauty of it!
Yeah, maybe it is environmental. I don't know. A lot is changing now.
The thing about nature balancing itself out though.....I mean, I think that would probably normally be able to happen, but....I don't think it can without us replenishing the forests to what they once were. Most of the world was forested just a few centuries ago, and now there are hardly any left. I believe this is why we have the global warming problem in the first place. I mean, I suppose we would still have that problem anyway, just because of the things that we do that put out extra CO2 in the air, but....since it is the trees that convert CO2 into Oxegen and we have more CO2 than normal and significantly less trees than normal, well....
I think for this one, we need to step in. There isn't enough nature left for nature to do it alone.
And (on a side note) those "Summits" that the politicians have every once in a while to "try" to do something about Global Warming and CO2....since they started having those...the CO2 in the world has gone up 41 percent. I think the German satire show I like to watch said they just go there and play Parcheesi or something. Haha! Sure looks like it ;-)
Re: clouds looking strange
By: FaithSeeker Dec 18, 2011
Post # 10
Yeah, the environment is a problem that isn't receiving as much attention as it probably should. I've been watching some of the Republican Presidential Debates in the US, and some of their comments on climate change make we want to whack some of them over the head. I do accept the criticism that some environmentalist policies put jobs at risk, but way too many politicians are blowing the issue out of proportion. In fact, some environmental regulations have created jobs.