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Common mis-spellings for ghosts and angels: angl, gost, gohst, anegl, angal, pic, pikture. Other languages: gast, geister, geist, engel, revenant, ange, fantasma, angelo, grabado, aparicion.
Pictures: bild, bilder, accettazione, dipinto, figure, image, imagen, ingreso. Apy
Welcome to our library of angel pictures, featuring real angel
photos to view! Monthly, we add real angel pictures as submitted by our
visitors. If you are into angel photographs, then you'll also enjoy some of our
older, famous, real angel pics, as well the entire angel pictures archive!
Angel Photos Information
Angel Photographs & Pictures
We have collected real angel pictures, sent in
from our viewers monthly to provide
photographic evidence of angelic beings. We
receive all types of angel pictures that vary in
appearance. We try not to distinguish between
which angel photo is real; and which angel
picture is not. We allow you, the viewer, to
determine the authenticity of each picture
claiming to show the presence of an angel.
Although we do not judge which angel photos
and pictures are authentic and which are not,
obvious fakes and those which can easily be
explained are not included. Yet, inspiriational
angel images will be included. You search the
evidence of angels in this growing collection of
photographs, and come to your own conclusions.
For more information about angels, visit: Angel
Information & History of Angels.
The sheer volume of angel pictures being
photographed around the world may be the best
evidence yet of angels interacting and
intervening around us. Angel pictures could be
verification of personal experiences with angels
for some people.
Angels in pictures have been created by artists
for centuries and have been depicted in our
minds in so many ways – often times with wings.
Angel wings are a metaphor that symbolizes a
“higher estate” of being than mankind. Wouldn’t
that also describe anyone in spirit? The place of
spirit is a “higher” place than the physical realm.
Also see: Angels In Early Christian Art.
Angels: What Are They?
Pictures of angels are found to exist within most
religions; but what are angels? The English form
originated from the Latin word, “angelus,” which
itself is derived from the Greek, “ángelos,” which
means "messenger." The closest Hebrew term for
angel is “mal'ach,” which also means
In the Hebrew Bible, we read and see pictures of
angels appearing to people in the shape of
humans; but of greater beauty - often not
instantly recognized as angels. Therefore, angels
must look like us – like humans. Some angels in
the bible fly in the air; and become invisible; thus
they appear to have similar characteristics as
ghosts. They are described as often being bright
and heavenly; encompassed by light. Various
religions also tell of an angel named, “Gabriel”
who serves as a messenger from God. He appears
first in the Book of Daniel, in the Old Testament.
The name Gabriel simply means "Man of God."
In the New Testament, angels are simply humans
used to carry a divine message. The word "angel"
often is used to describe people who are simply
announcers of events, and their appearance is
pictured to be human. In that sense, anyone who
delivers a message can be considered “an angel.”
Are angels the same as humans? Are angels
simply enlightened humans, thus distinguishing
them from unenlightened, disembodied human
spirits (ghosts)? Furthermore, the allegorical use
of the word "angel" in the Bible (as a messenger)
represents "thoughts" that are higher in idea and
floating around in the "heavens" of the human
mind. Is it then true that we are what we believe,
perhaps capable of being the product of angelic
Anomalies Found In Angel Pictures
Although many angel pictures appear to be real
proof of the existence of divine spirit beings,
some angel photos can be explained as being
common anomalies created by cameras or
environment. It is possible that angelic spirit
beings manifest in our photographs as balls of
light called "orbs," mists, apparitions, light or
even as signs within objects. We are keeping an
open mind, but while doing so, please allow us to
explain some of the more common false positives
found in angel photographs:
Orbs - round spheres of light in angel pictures
that may indicate the presence of spirits, but can
also be caused by flash reflection off of reflective
surfaces, such as mirrors, metal and glass. Also,
dust, insects, pollen, moisture (such as rain,
snow or water vapor) can produce orbs that are
not spirit in nature.
Ectoplasm - spirit mist in angel pictures that is
not usually visible to the naked eye, but appears
in the ghost picture. Many believe this to be
“spirit” energy captured in picture and seems to
be a form of light at times, hence we include it as
possibly being angelic or enlightened spirit
beings. However, fog, cigarette smoke, smoke
from a fire, snow, rain, breath in cold air, steam
from hot water or drinks, etc can also produce
mists that falsely appear as spirit entities. Pay
special attention to cold weather photographs
which tend to produce more mists than one
Apparitions - the Holy Grail of angel pictures;
capturing a full-bodied spirit in a “see-through,”
often human form. These are rare, and the most
treasured of angel pictures. We should note that
some flash settings of digital cameras will have
a tendency to lengthen exposure time which will
create transparent people and images. This will
also produce light bars and orange haze that are
not enlightened spirit beings. Also, shooting a
camera towards mirrors and glass will often
capture people in the room with you that are not
Energy - streaks of energy within an angel picture
that is unexplainable. Certain night time flash
settings will produce false energy photographs
through extended exposure and slight camera
movement. Flash reflection off of glass or
mirrors will also produce strange lights. None of
these are spirit beings.
Angelic Likenesses - though we post cloud angels
and other angelic-looking images that are found
within the environment and inspiriational, it is
good to be aware of an effect called pareidolia.
Some call this "matrixing." Giving human
attributes to inanimate things is normal and
known as anthropomorphizing.
To learn more about the different anomalies
found in angel photos, please visit our ghost
pictures page and review the similarities.