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youfallinflames:

I have this headcanon, that angels can tell when someone is a vessel and to what angel they belong just by looking at their souls. Because vessel’s soul have something in common with the grace of that particular angel. For example, Sam’s soul is unusually bright. Dean’s soul is warmth and almost looks like flames (Michael’s Sword). 
So when Lucifer turns around and sees Dean’s soul for the first time here, he’s not taken aback because of the hunter or the gun that can’t kill him (and he knows that), but because for the fraction of a second it’s Michael standing in front of him. The brother he hasn’t seen in centuries. It’s no wonder he goes on to ramble about Michael right after this scene. 

youfallinflames:

I have this headcanon, that angels can tell when someone is a vessel and to what angel they belong just by looking at their souls. Because vessel’s soul have something in common with the grace of that particular angel. For example, Sam’s soul is unusually bright. Dean’s soul is warmth and almost looks like flames (Michael’s Sword).

So when Lucifer turns around and sees Dean’s soul for the first time here, he’s not taken aback because of the hunter or the gun that can’t kill him (and he knows that), but because for the fraction of a second it’s Michael standing in front of him. The brother he hasn’t seen in centuries. It’s no wonder he goes on to ramble about Michael right after this scene. 

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charlotteismadeofashes:

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joanne-fallen-angel-of-bacon:

thinkingorplotting:

People always talk about Jensen’s crying (which don’t get me wrong, is the most beautiful man cry I have ever seen and Misha is able to show such sorrow without actually shedding a tear) why does no one praise Jared’s? His crying is so unique because it has such a…boyish look to it. For being as big as he is, Jared has a way of appearing like an 8 year old child with a mere change of expression. He cries like a small boy whose puppy just got hit by a car and killed or a kid who lost a parent, or a kid whose house burned down. For a grown man whose 29, for him to capture such innocent and childish expressions never ceases to amaze me. Let it be his puppy dog eyes or his tears, Jared just…his emotions come through so innocent and raw. It’s beautiful. I don’t understand how people can say he is a bad actor.

WHY 

Oh my god, this hurts so much.

charlotteismadeofashes:

sir-s—kitten:

joanne-fallen-angel-of-bacon:

thinkingorplotting:

People always talk about Jensen’s crying (which don’t get me wrong, is the most beautiful man cry I have ever seen and Misha is able to show such sorrow without actually shedding a tear) why does no one praise Jared’s? His crying is so unique because it has such a…boyish look to it. For being as big as he is, Jared has a way of appearing like an 8 year old child with a mere change of expression. He cries like a small boy whose puppy just got hit by a car and killed or a kid who lost a parent, or a kid whose house burned down. For a grown man whose 29, for him to capture such innocent and childish expressions never ceases to amaze me. Let it be his puppy dog eyes or his tears, Jared just…his emotions come through so innocent and raw. It’s beautiful. I don’t understand how people can say he is a bad actor.

WHY 

Oh my god, this hurts so much.

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lawschoolsam:

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"Did we cause this wreckage by breathing? All we wanted was a happy life, and for things to go on as they used to. The wind falls. There’s a hush, a half-hour silence in heaven. Then here comes the weather -again,again- one huge relentless blare, trampling everything down, singeing the air.” -Margaret Atwood, poem excerpt from “The Weather”

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