God continues to move in mysterious ways by showing His face in a cloud over South London

God continues to move in mysterious ways by showing His face in a cloud over South London

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HEAVENS above! God continues to move in mysterious ways by showing His face in a cloud.

Britain had been battered by rain storms when the divine intervention was spotted by sales manager Nikolai Orlov.

God continues to move in mysterious ways by revealing His face in a cloud above Kennington South London
God continues to move in mysterious ways by revealing His face in a cloud above Kennington South London

The 34-year-old said: “It’s like nothing I’ve ever seen before. It’s amazing, I was blown away.

“I’m not religious myself but I have had to tell all my friends because it’s so unbelievable.”

Nikolai spotted the shape of God’s face — complete with flowing beard and basking in rays of white light — in the skies above Kennington, South London.

The appearance comes just days after engineer Karl Thomas, 43, saw the face of Ed Sheeran in a Malteser in Stockton-on-Tees.


But Nikolai believes his is the real deal. He added: “If there is a God, that must be him floating in the clouds. It’s divine intervention.

“Honestly, I don’t know what to believe any more.

“We should get the Vatican’s opinion. I hear they are good with things like that.”

God announcing the Flood to Noah in a 17th century Flemish painting on copper, The Art Archive / Queretaro Museum Mexico / Dagli Orti
Queretaro Museum Mexico The Art Archive / Queretaro Museum Mexico / Dagli Orti

God Announcing the Flood to Noah, a 17th century Flemish painting on copper[/caption]


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