Meet the women from London who can talk to angels
A woman from London, who believes in angels, says that she has been seeing them since she was a child.
For Jayne Morris, who lives in Oxfordshire with her husband Dylan and their seven-month-old daughter Elizabeth, angels aren't just the heavenly creatures seen hovering over paintings of a baby Jesus at Christmas, they exist in everyday life and appear to her countless times throughout each day.
According to the 32-year-old, angels don't have faces or take human forms and their voices aren't audible, but she can still communicate with them and get a sense of how they are feeling based on the colour of their light, the Daily Mail reported.
One night when Morris was tucked up in bed, an elderly lady who lived across the road came and sat next to her and they chatted about what she had done at school that day, but when she told her mum about it she just replied tht it could have been the old lady because she had died that night.
Jayne says that she learned how to properly communicate with angels five years ago and since then she has experienced many things for which she believes they are the only possible explanation like sending a sign to comfort her after the death of a relative.
She also claims that angels helped her remain calm when she had to have an emergency Caesarean last March as her baby was in the breech position.
The former school teacher turned life coach, who is highly educated with a degree in economics and business from the University of Surrey, is by no means alone in her belief of angels.
According to a recent ICM survey, 31 percent of people from Britain said they believed in angels and this level is even higher among women at 41 percent.