Humans imagine the Host of Heaven sounds like a choir, a celestial chorus of beautiful melodies and elegant counterpoint harmony, but the truth is that it’s more similar to a low rumbling pulse, a staccato note resonating endlessly within the angels’ grace. Cas wanders aimlessly around the bunker for the first three nights after he falls, plays decades-old records at all hours of the night while his family sleeps and the circles under his eyes darken. It doesn’t help—the deep bass chords and thick polyphonies are soothing, but not a close enough approximation to settle him. It isn’t until Cas slumps against Dean’s chest in exhaustion during yet another must-see movie that Cas finds something resembling the comforting presence of his now defunct angel radio, and it lulls him to sleep almost instantly. It’s Dean’s heartbeat, strong and steady under his ear, and it sounds like home.
I’ve got you little brother. You’re going to be just fine
I’m going to take care of you, I’ve got you. That’s my job, right?
↳8.23 & 2.21
the angels are falling
I’m looking for freedom, and to find it may take everything I have.
but dean getting hurt on a hunt and cas goes to heal him but when he’s already cupped dean’s cheek to do it he remembers he can’t anymore, so he just says a quiet “i-i’m sorry” but dean shakes his head and goes “hey, hey, no, i’m fine, it’s not even that bad”
Sometimes we don’t fully appreciate the absolutely gorgeous music that’s going on behind the incredible scenes we’re watching because let’s face it, with the breathtaking acting we’re looking at and listening to, it’s hard to focus on the music, too. So here. Listen to the stunning piece of music that played with the final moment of the finale. Be struck by the raw emotion in the actors’ voices and get lost in the orchestral phenomenon as the angels fall.
This is why I love supernatural. The writers and production team think of everything. The amazing acting is coupled with breathtaking scenery, fantastic music and superb cinematography. It is a visual masterpiece and I don’t think it gets the recognition that it deserves.
J.R.R. Tolkien on languages.
Let it go, brother.
” What happens when you’ve decided I can’t be trusted again? I mean, who are you gonna turn to next time instead of me? Another angel, another — another vampire? Do you have any idea what it feels like to watch your brother just — ”