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Ghost of Adam - A Superphantom Crossover (1/1)

Cross-posted on ffn and ao3 with author’s notes.


Despite what tabloid rumors and his vast fortune may lead the average person to believe, Vlad Masters did not have an army of servants to care for his vast mansion.

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anonymous asked:

I mean this as nicely as possible, it might not sound that nice but understand the heart behind it is out of genuine curiosity. Why is it that Catholics pray to saints and Mary, yet in the Bible it clearly states that there is no other way to the Father except through Jesus and all else is idolatry? AND How is it the Catholic Bible has added in a few books when it states not to add or take away anything

No worries anon! 

WARNING….this is going to be  l o n g.

Let’s start with Mama Mary.

Growing up, I assumed Mary was central to every Christian’s faith. But as I got older and talked to some of my non Catholic friends, I realized that many Christians were uncomfortable by the role Mary plays in our faith. And I was amazed. I couldn’t wrap my mind around how anyone could misconstrue our love and honor for Mary as worshiping a false God…

I once read  St. Louis de Montfort’s teaching on Marian consecration and it emphasizes that we must make a gift of ourselves, entirely (body, soul, our exterior goods, and our interior spiritual goods), to Our Lady… What? St. Louis makes it sound so extreme… no wonder Protestants think we worship Mary.As I read it, I started panicking: “Why would I do that? I thought I was supposed to give all of that to God? And if I do this, am I worshipping Mary instead of God?” Thoughts like this were racing through my head. Seeking answers, I continued reading and realized that the purpose of all of this was to belong entirely to Jesus through Mary. Hmm. Plot twist.Still, I wondered if the purpose of all of this was to belong to Jesus, why not go directly to Him? Why spend so much time asking for our Mother’s intercession?

To Jesus Through MaryWhen Catholics pray to Mary they are not worshiping her, rather they are honoring her and asking for her intercession on their behalf — in fact, more than praying “to” her, we pray “with” Mary, asking her to pray with and for us. St. Louis de Montfort uses an incredible analogy of a peasant requesting a favor from a king, to explain Mary’s role in our relationship with God: “It is as if a peasant, wishing to gain the friendship and benevolence of the king, went to the queen and presented her with a fruit which was his whole revenue, in order that she might present it to the king. The queen, having accepted the poor little offering from the peasant, would place the fruit on a large and beautiful dish of gold, and so, on the peasant’s behalf, would present it to the king. Then the fruit, however unworthy in itself to be a king’s present, would become worthy of his majesty because of the dish of gold on which it rested and the person who presented it.” We are that peasant — sinful and broken — wishing to gain the favor of the King. Mary, Queen of Heaven, willingly takes our messy, imperfect prayers and purifies, sanctifies, and beautifies them; placing them on a dish of gold before our King, Jesus.

As Jesus was dying on the cross “he said to his mother, ‘Woman behold, your son.’ Then he said to the disciple, ‘Son, behold, your Mother” (John 19:26-27). In that moment, Jesus gave us his mother. We honor Mary, not only because she is our mother, but because God, himself, honored her. Out of all the women in the world, God chose Mary to bring his Son into this world. Mary gave God her unwavering yes, becoming a vessel for God’s plan for Salvation. From the moment of conception to the foot of the cross, she is the perfect embodiment of the obedience of faith (CCC 144). It is for this, that we hold Mary in such high esteem.

St. Maximilian Kolbe said: “Never be afraid of loving the Blessed Virgin Mary too much. You can never love her more than Jesus did and if anyone does not wish to have Mary Immaculate for his mother, he will not have Christ for his brother.” By loving and honoring Mary, we can grow in the ability to emulate her life — to make a complete and total gift of ourselves to God, to give God our ‘yes.’ Through Mary we can grow to know and love her son, Jesus, more deeply because she continuously directs our hearts to Him. “Mary, Mother of Jesus, give me your heart so beautiful, so pure, so immaculate, so full of love and humility that I may be able to receive Jesus in the Bread of Life,love Him as You loved Him, and serve Him as You served Him….” St. Teresa of Calcutta

Let’s face it, Mary’s role in the Church and in the story of salvation is quite important. It is by God’s grace we are saved, however Mary was the vessel in which grace (Jesus) entered this world. It is Mary who, without question, said yes to the angel when asked to bring into the world the son of God. It is Mary, along with her husband Joseph, who protected the savior when King Herod was looking to kill Him. It was Mary who, on behalf of the host at the wedding, interceded for them and told her son, “They have no wine” (John 2:3). Mary was the first tabernacle, the first to have within her the true presence of Christ. She is the mother of Jesus Christ. She is the handmaid of the Lord (Luke 1:38). Her yes to God reversed Eve’s no to the will of God. God literally appointed Mary as the vessel in which salvation would be born into the world. The Church would be in error if she did not honor the mother of Salvation. Let us allow Mary to lead us to her son and with her, let us pray, “My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord; my spirit rejoices in God my savior” (Luke 1:46-47).  

I challenge you to place yourself at the foot of the cross and take these words as if Christ was speaking them to you. Because the reality is, He was. “When Jesus saw his mother and the disciple there whom he loved, he said to his mother, ‘Woman, behold, your son.’ Then he said to the disciple, ‘Behold, your mother.’ And from that hour the disciple took her into his home” (John 19:26-27).



The Saints.

Just to make it very clear up front, Catholics and Protestants believe firmly in the command that we are to pray to God constantly, and without reservation. We agree on that. The Catholic Church does not and has never encouraged folks to take their attention or prayer off of or away from Jesus.When I pray to Christ for you, as your friend, it’s called secondary mediation. I am doing the same thing that the saints do for me when I ask them to pray with me to Jesus… to join their prayers to mine, en route to Christ. Since they’re closer to Him than I am, it actually makes even more sense for them to pray for me, than for my earthly friends to pray for me. Let me explain more…

It’s important to explain that there are different types of prayer. Prayer to God includes worship. Prayer with Mary and the saints includes honor, but not worship. 

Meditation- Many people are confused about what “mediation” really is and quote something like 1 Timothy 2:5– speaking about how Christ is the only Mediator between man and God (which the Catholic Church agrees with, by the way). But mediation in a more general sense is any one of us praying for or with each other. This is what St. Paul encourages in the four verses immediately preceding that verse about Christ as the one mediator (1 Timothy 2:1-4). Prayers on our behalf to Christ by either saints living in Heaven, or friends living on earth would be called a secondary mediation. St. Paul talks about this throughout his epistles, like in Romans 15:30-32, Colossians 1:4, 9-10 and 2 Corinthians 1:10… (want a couple more? Try Romans 10:1, and 2 Timothy 1:3). 

The saints in Heaven are alive and are perpetually in prayer. They are absolutely living in Heaven, just as you and I live, but to an even fuller extent, because they are back home with God. He is ‘the God of the living, not of the dead’ (Mark 12:26-27). Since they are far closer to God than we are (2 Corinthians 3:18), as sinful humans walking the earth, their prayers are more powerful. The saints in heaven are free of all sin, which is what hinders our prayers (Matthew 17:20, 1 John 3:22, Psalms 66:18) and they are in total, perfect union with God. We are still united with our saintly brothers and sisters (1 Corinthians 12:21-27, Romans 12:5, Ephesians 4:4, Colossians 3:15), as “death cannot separate us from Christ” (Romans 8:35-39).

As Christians we’re supposed to honor those worthy of it (Romans 12:10, 1 Peter 2:17) and the saints are absolutely worthy of it! To give honor is not the same as “adoration” which is only appropriate to give to God. It’s less a matter of praying to Mary and the saints as it is praying with or through them, to Christ. After all, the Mother of our Lord prophesied that ‘all generations will call me blessed’ (Luke 1:48). No other faith on earth fulfills this prophecy with the degree of faithfulness that the Catholic Church does. We honor Mary and the saints not because they desire it, but because they deserve it. Lastly, we are commanded to “honor father and mother” (Exodus 20:12). In honoring Mary … who was given to us as our spiritual Mother (John 19:26-27) … we follow in Christ’s footsteps and fulfill God’s command. Mary is the new Eve, perfectly obedient and mother to all the living. Christ proves this by calling Mary ‘woman’ at Cana (John 2) and upon the cross (John 19). This was not a sign of disrespect (since Jesus is sinless … Hebrews 4:16) but, rather, to demonstrate that Mary fulfills the prophecy in Genesis 3:15.The saints are literally praying harder for your salvation than any soul on earth. Pretty cool, huh?If you want to learn more about the communion of saints and the “goings-on” of prayer in heaven, check out Hebrews 12:1, 12:18-19 and 12:22-24 and Revelation 5:8, 14 and then Revelation 6:10 and 8:3-4.

And Lastly…

Catholics DID NOT “add” books to the bible. Martin Luther took 7 books out of the Bible (1 and 2 Maccabees, Judith, Tobit, Baruch, Sirach, and Wisdom, and additions to the books of Esther and Daniel.) Catholic Bibles contain all the books that have been traditionally accepted by Christians since Jesus’ time. Protestant Bibles contain all those books, except those rejected by the Protestant Reformers in the 1500’s.

As Long As You’ll Have Me

A/N: Here’s the fic I mentioned! It’s not as long as I thought it was going to be, but I’m glad with the outcome. I hope you enjoy it!

Author: @totallysupernaturaloneshots

Word Count: 1,867

Characters: God!Chuck x Reader, Sam, Dean, and a surprise guest.

Pairings: God!Chuck x Reader

Warnings: Angst, swearing, fluff. (No smut this time, sorry!)

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Summary: The reader comes face to face with Chuck after years of thinking he was gone forever, but that’s not the only familiar face she reunites with.

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Book Smart

I am a voracious reader, always have been.  I discovered the “Supernatural” books years ago gathering dust at my favorite second-hand bookstore and purchased the whole series for $10.  I’ve always been a fan of paranormal stuff so they were right up my alley.

The books were chock full of monsters, ghosts, and demons but I found myself more drawn to the complex relationship between the two brothers, Sam and Dean.  My relationship with my own sister was difficult and the lengths Sam and Dean were willing to go for each other intrigued me.

I read those books over and over.  The spines grew bent, and the pages tattered, but when my work at the hospital made me sad and drained me, Sam and Dean were there to take me away.

When I heard they were making the books into a TV series. I have to admit I was pretty skeptical.  I couldn’t imagine any show would be able to get Sam and Dean right.  Especially Sam. I had such a thing for him.

That combination of strength, intelligence, vulnerability, and faith just did it for me.  He had been through 10 lifetimes worth of pain and damage but he was still determined to do the right thing.

So when the show premiered I watched but didn’t expect much. But it was good.  And I kept watching.  It was Sam and Dean from my beloved books.  This Eric Kripke guy had gotten it right.  

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Wait, why did sin enter the world?

We all know that there’s bad things in our world. That’s pretty much an uncontested truth no matter who you are. Bad things happen. The part we disagree on across religious lines is why? Why do bad things happen? Why and how did sin become a part of lives? These questions are the second step in the gospel story, Creation —> Fall, Perfection —> Brokenness, Holy —> Sinful.

Our story of a sinful world with broken people begins in Genesis 2 with a tree and a choice. “The tree of life was in the midst of the garden, and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil.”  God placed two trees right in the middle of the garden of Eden to remind his creation that he was at the center. With their hearts and minds set on the Lord as the center of their lives, Adam and Eve would be secure in holiness.

Yet they had a choice. God gave them free will to choose to follow his commands. “But wait! Couldn’t God have forced them not to eat of the tree? Couldn’t he have not given them that option?” Well, yes. But God wanted more than robots. He wanted us - created beings in his image with the ability to have a real and meaningful relationship with him. How meaningful is a relationship with a robot? We have free will so that we can fully image God and know him to a fuller extent. Here’s the thing to remember about this fact- God did not create sin. Giving us a choice does not mean he failed on the job, created evil, or was defeated by evil. God is holy. God does not tolerate sin.

With that in mind, let’s continue the story. The first thing that happens in Genesis 3 is that the woman (not yet named Eve) and the serpent twist God’s Words through questioning, diminishing, and exaggerating. First, the serpent exaggerates God’s command: “You shall not eat of any tree in the garden?”  Next, the woman also exaggerates God’s command although she corrects the serpent at first: “you shall not eat of the fruit of the tree that is in the midst of the garden, neither shall you touch it, lest you die.” Eve exaggerates God’s commands (God only said not to EAT of the tree, not to avoid touching it), thereby allowing the temptation to continue. Then the serpent diminishes God’s word instead, knowing that Eve is beginning to question the accuracy of her God’s words: “You will not surely die. For God knows that when you eat of it you will be like God, knowing good and evil.” The tricky serpent knows about the best lies- the ones that are almost true. Would the woman and man become like God, knowing good and evil? In a way, yes they did - they came to know evil. Did they die? Not immediately. At this point Adam saw his wife eat, and instead of protecting her or standing up for Truth, he saw that she had more knowledge and did not immediately die (although she did surely die), which convinced him to also take and eat. Thus we had the first sin.

Here’s the thing about the first sin- it wasn’t about eating fruit. There may be 10 commandments to keep, but there is really only one sin in the world. It was the sin that the woman and the man in the garden committed, and it the one we still commit today: Ourselves > God. All other specifics fit into this one sin- we put ourselves (the creation) over God (the creator).

So why do bad things happen? Because we no longer have God at the center of our garden, we put ourselves there instead.

But brothers and sisters here is our hope - our sin story may have begun in Genesis 3, but so does our salvation story. Genesis 3:15 says “I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your offspring and her offspring; he shall bruise your head and you shall bruise his heel.”  This is the first prophecy of the Bible. Sin entered the world, but it did not overcome. God was not surprised by the choice made. God is provider. God is deliver. God is faithful even when we are not. God always keeps his promises. God had a plan all along to redeem his people and restore them to himself. 

And Adam believed. He named his wife Eve, “the mother of all the living,” because believed the promise of the Lord that through Eve, a child would come to bring life.

-31Women (Beth) 

anonymous asked:

Hi! So, does this mean that Sam has completed the first of the Trials for closing the gates of hell? Or does he have to intend to close them?

Hi there! I’ll start out with a few comments, and then I’ll try to answer this as best I can. First, I am in Downtown Migraineland right now. I apologize in advance for any weird incoherency in this reply…

(note from the future, i.e. nearly 4 hours after I started trying to piece this reply together: My migraine is gone, but this reply went into A LOT OF DETAIL about the parallels not only in this episode, but in all of s12. This ended up being really weird meta on what I think Dabb’s Grand Plan for the entire season is hinging on. IT IS LONG. Just a warning.)

I think a lot of s12 has been paralleling A LOT of the past, turning it inside out, applying it through a different lens or allowing characters to see these things from a different side, and resolving things in a better way.

That said, I think they’ve been referring back to the Demon Tablet Trials and the Angel Fall Spell (because the angel fall spell was a spell, not Trials. Metatron confirmed that). But all the elements of those things are being addressed in different ways, and paralleled to ~similar~ things happening in s12… I’m struggling to try and put this together in a linear narrative that even comes close to connecting all the dots. There’s SO MUCH going on in this episode, I’m not sure that’s really possible, but HECK I WILL TRY.

(second note from the future: this is about 3k long, so it’s going under a cut. THERE IS SO MUCH)

(i am typing this from the floor where I’m curled up around pictures of Andrew Dabb and Davy Perez while weeping gently)

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Friday Top Ten-Week 3-Way To Make an Entrance!

There have been so truly unforgettable supporting characters on Supernatural. That’s one of the things that makes it such a good show.  Some have come and gone without making much of an impression, but some arrived in such a way that we all sat up and took notice.  This weeks list is my Top Ten favorite character entrances/introductions:

10.

Ellen and Jo Harvelle

In “Everybody loves a Clown” when Sam and Dean go to the Roadhouse for the first time, and Jo and Ellen pull guns on both of them, I thought, “these two are badass”. I wasn’t wrong.

9.

Rowena

In “Soul Survivor” Rowena looks the picture of domesticity drinking tea by the fire.  Until blood drips from the ceiling from the two guys she’s magically pinned there.  Again, badass!

8.

Amara

In “Out of the Darkness, Into the Fire”  Dean catches a glimpse of her in the dark smoke that is released after he loses the mark. We don’t find out until later that she’s God’s FREAKING SISTER!!!!

7.

Eve- (Mother of All)

In “Like a Virgin” when Eve comes flying out of that burning pit and says, “We have so much to do.” I was like… she is gonna be TROUBLE! And she was.

6. 

God/Chuck Shurley

In “Don’t Call me Shurley”, When Chuck finally reveals himself to Metatron as God, blinding white lights, Alleluiah chorus and all I literally screamed.

5. 

Benny Lafitte

In “We Need to Talk About Kevin”,  When Dean just gets out of Purgatory and cuts his arm and drizzles some pulsating liquid on some bones, I was like what the fuck is he doing? Then this guy shows up, and he’s a vampire?? And they hug? Oh, this is gonna be interesting.   It was cool to see Dean have a friend that wasn’t Sam.

4.

Charlie Bradbury

In “The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo”, when this cute little redhead starts dancing in the elevator of this buttoned-up tech company, I knew she was a rebel, but she knew how to make herself fit in. That’s our Charlie in a nutshell.  She appealed to the geek girl in me.  She always will.

3.

Demon Dean

When Metatron killed Dean in “Do You Believe in Miracles?” and Sam carried his broken body back to the bunker, I bawled.  And then Crowley showed up and resurrected him. When Dean opened his eyes and they were demon black, I was floored. I was NOT expecting that.  Well played!

2.

Castiel

In “Lazarus Rising”, when Castiel walks into that barn and takes gunfire and a stab wound and is unharmed, I couldn’t wait to find out what exactly he was. When he said he was an angel of the Lord, I was surprised and excited. This is one of my favorite scenes in the entire show.

1.

DUN DUN DUN

Death

Oh, Death……Ohhhhhh, Death!  When Death comes rolling into town in his big white car in “Two Minutes to Midnight” and that mournful song is playing in the background. IT IS GENIUS!!  And then he just casually drops that guy who bumped into him. This scene is perfect for so many reasons.

And there you have it!!! See you next Friday for another list!

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Hello there.
    I woke up today to see messages like this. I was beating myself all day either respond to them or not. I decided to do this publicly because i want some people to understand few things.

   At first when i started doing this edit ( x ) i wanted to put only 10 my favorite females on SPN. In the process i couldn’t decide which one ladies to choose because they all are awesome so i decided to put 20 of them in my edit.

I want to assure everyone that i didn’t forgot about those mentioned ladies, i’m fully aware that i didn’t put every single SPN lady in this edit. I watch SPN for years and rewatched it like 10 times or more, i’m not new to this show and i intentionally didn't  put all female characters.The challenge did not expect this from me either.

It take me so much time make this set,  to find and choose proper screencaps,  to cut all the characters and to put all this together. I know that this is maybe not a masterpiece but it was my time, my work, my edit and i get to choose what i put on it.

There is no need to send me messages like this.

P.S. and FYI while we’re at it, someone forgot to mention in those messages few other ladies like: Jessica Lee Moore, young Mary Winchester, Krissy Chambers, Becky Rosen, Annie Jones also known as Alex, Sarah Blake, Dagon, Litith, Ava Wilson,  Eve - Mother of All, Pamela Barnes, Madison, Toni Bevell, Alicia Banes, Tasha Banes, Missouri Mosely,  Casey (aka) Bartender Demon, Layla Rourke and plenty other ladies.

reminder the reason why I remake the chapter 1 and half Remake chapter 2

Apparently some people still don't  know why I remake the chapter 1 and half remake of the chapter 2. they found this  confuse. I said it many time before. but I guess I have to tell this again and making this clear.

Why I remake the chapter 1?

reason number 1: Soul Gaia including  Dark Gaia and Light Gaia  was originally suppose to have it own story.( original comic not fan comic. ) more I moving this comic and more thing change that doesn't  connect the chapters at all or what it was supposed to be.  I didn’t expect Abysstale to become a thing. it was just for the fun. 

Reason number 2: Now Abysstale become well know around here. I wanted Abysstale to have it’s own undertale Au comic and not adding to much Ocs into this. The only Ocs that is gonna be  in the comic are Eve ( the mother of all ),  Gaia ( the mother nature )  and the other OC ( not gonna reveal yet. )

Why I half Remake the chapter 2?

Reason number 1, it’s a minor change, it didn’t change much, but wanted to add few more things more secrets.

Reason Number 2,  Abysstale was came before Underverse start.         Abysstale ( 5 December 2015) Underveses ( 22 march 2016 )   I was realize that Abysstale story take place before X-Event ( Explain  in chapter 5 was the Au core of Xtale was in the distance but getting very close to the center of the Aus Cores. I talk to Jakei about this. it will make more sense that Abyss meet Cross before the X-event.. that is after Cross meet Ink and before Error enter.

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Unusual Series – Pt. 4

Title: Freedom

Summary: Eve the mother of all monsters is unleashed from Purgatory and working her way to make earth a living hell. Meanwhile Katherine’s plans to kill her and get her freedom back hasn’t ceased.This story takes place on season 6.

Autor: deanwinchester-af​

Pairings: Dean x OFC

Characters: Dean Winchester, Katherine Pierce, Sam Winchester

Words: 3.8k+ 

Warnings: None.

Beta: @teamfreewill-imagine (thank you♥)

A/N: I’m in a writing hiatus but I’ve had some spare time and this is something I’ve worked on my own pace and slowly on my free time off between studying. Hope you guys like this, after this chapter things get really interesting and sassier. Italics are internal thoughts.

Please let me know what y’all think?

Parts: 00, 01, 02, 03

THANKS FOR READING ♥

You were sick of Eve and her non-stop road trip. Sick of being her chauffeur, disgusted of the horrible things she has created but above it all, you were tired of being on her leash. Every nerve and bone of your body missed your freedom and wanted it back at any cost, even if it meant killing your own creator.

Eve gave you the look, the one that says ‘pull over by this bar’, so you parked the car that you’d stolen a hundred miles back. She hopped down the car, walking towards the entrance of an old bar. Two guys were walking out of there, talking about some girls and what they did last summer. Once being noticed, they stopped their conversation and stared at the two of you.

“Heaven must be missing an angel.”

You rolled your eyes at irony of that lame pick up line, observing Eve slowly caressing this naive guy’s cheek as she walked by. You held your breath, watching veins popping on the side of his face. You wanted to help him but he was already doomed.

“Are you going to keep cooking failures through all the states?” You asked, arching a brow.

Eve scoffed, “It’s almost ready… I just need more time for some improvements.”

“Why?” You stopped, throwing your arms to the air in exasperation, “Why do you keep creating all this creatures? What the hell for?!”

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Little Wolf - part 1

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Originally posted by mooseleys

Prompt: ‘Imagine being a werewolf, on the run from Sam and Dean when Crowley takes you in’ requested by @diesintheshower

Pairing: Crowley x reader

Word count: 1025

Warnings: blood, getting attacked, being hurt, swearing, gif used isn’t mine. Sorry if I missed anything!

Authors note: so this is my first ever request and my first ever Crowley fic. Loosely based on Season 6 where Crowley tries to get to Eve by torturing alphas and other supernatural creatures. Hope you enjoy it and as always, feedback is appreciated :) x

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*gateway to Hell opens, demons escape*

all other hunters: “DAMMNIT!”

*the Apocalypse*

all other hunters: “FREAKIN’ WINCHESTERS!”

*Leviathans are freed*

all other hunters: “WHY? JUST, WHY?! HOW DO WE KILL THE INDESTRUCTIBLE?!”

*Eve creates Jefferson Starships*

all other hunters: “WHO’S THIS EVE BEOTCH? I SMELL WINCHESTERS ALL OVER THIS!”

*Angels fall*

all other hunters: “ARE YOU FUDGING SERIOUS? HOW DOES ONE BREAK HEAVEN?!”

*the Darkness is released*

all other hunters: “WHAT THE HELL?! WINCHESTERS, WHAT’D YOU DO NOW?! HOW DO WE HUNT SOMETHING WE CAN’T EVEN TOUCH?!”

Unusual Series  – Pt. 3

Title: Mamma’s Little Helper.

Summary: Eve the mother of all monsters is unleashed from Purgatory. Katherine keeps her plan to take her mother down and meets with a Winchester seeking for help.This story takes place on season 6.

Autor: deanwinchester-af​

Pairings: Dean x OFC

Characters: Dean Winchester, Katherine Pierce, Sam Winchester

Words: 1600+ 

Warnings: Sass (Is that ever a warning?)

Beta: @lovin-ackles

A/N: Its been a while but here you guys have Pt. 3 of my Unusual series! 

Please let me know what y’all think?

Parts: 00, 01, 02

THANKS FOR READING ♥

Traveling with your mother, Eve, had been anything but joyful. She’d been doing monster experiments on humans, converting them into vampires, werewolves and even new things. Eve said she can’t stop her mission until she makes it perfect. You’ve asked millions of times what kind of creature she’s cooking up and for what reasons, but Eve doesn’t trust you anymore, or maybe she never has. But you knew that anything she has planned was going to be bad. Eve was certainly three things, cruel, cold and determined. Your heels clicked the cold stones floors of the gas station you were both in.

Subtly, you glanced around, looking for anything to leave any kind of message. Your eyes spotted a camera on the right corner, making sure Eve was occupied enough with her new victim you make the ASL sign for “Mother” by placing the thumb of your hand against your chin. Then tilt your head towards Eve. Since you bailed out on the Winchesters, you’d been leaving trails of bodies, hoping they were smart enough to pick up and track. You needed help and those two were the only chance you had on getting your freedom back.

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Sam Winchester’s Journal – Entry #61


Some cases are just another day at the office, while others, change your vision of the job forever.

While investigating a double murder in Chicago, Dean and I discovered something pretty big, and by “big” I mean Men of Letters kind of big. The town is run by five powerful mob monster families like in the good ol’ days of the Untouchables. I know, I know, it sounds like the scenario of a bad B-movie, but I’m not even joking. And I’m not drunk either, I swear. The Windy City is basically Monster Town.

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07x23 “Survival of the Fittest” / 11x23 “Alpha and Omega”

A Perfect Circle: The River Ends at the Source - From Purgatory to the Garden?

Part I of ∞ in the Series “Of Blood, Bone and Darkness”: A Carver Era Rewatch Hiatus Meta-Series

“It’s like the backside of your worst nightmare. All blood, bone and darkness.”
- Bobby Singer describing purgatory in 6x12 “Like A Virgin”

Technically the quote above predates Jeremy Carver’s time as a showrunner on Supernatural by one and a half seasons and yet that very line in more ways than one seems to sum up with only a handful of words quite perfectly some huge and vital aspects and topics of the show spanning from S8 to S11. And even though strictly speaking 7x23 “Survival of the Fittest” was written by Sera Gamble and therefore not yet truly part of Jeremy Carver’s run, just like 11x23 “Alpha and Omega” written by Andrew Dabb can be considered to no longer having been part of it either, in this kickoff meta these two episodes will be the ones to look at as they served as the beginning and ending points of the big story of individuation and coming of age centered around one hunter named Dean Winchester.

“Dad wants us to pick up where he left off. Saving people, hunting things, the family business.”

This line is probably one of the most iconic lines of Supernatural as a whole. Dean was the one to say this to Sam in 1x02 “Wendigo” when he was still young, wide-eyed and crouching on the muddy ground in the middle of the woods hunting a wendigo. It’s not accidental that Carver Era kicks off with 8x01 “We Need to Talk about Kevin” having this line repeated and said by Jensen Ackles from the off in Dean’s voice some seven seasons later and a lot more worn down set to the recap of S7. That was in so far also a genious touch as the way 1x02 “Wendigo” starts out

is mirrored in 8x01 “We Need to Talk about Kevin”

and it alludes to one thing rather directly: the aspect of duality, because it frames Dean from the very moment he returns to earth as the monster and it is the monster inside, his darkness that he reconnected with in “God’s armpit” as Dean called it himself, that would determine his arc all throughout Carver Era.

More on all this in the next installment though, for now back to the beginning and the ending of Carver Era, back to 7x23 “Survival of the Fittest” and 11x23 “Alpha and Omega”, because both of these episodes draw their importance and meaning not only in how they are alike, but more so in how they differ, because in many ways one can consider the two season finale cliffhangers as polar opposites and yet to be forming a perfect circle.

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