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Well, you were right. Severing the wings was a half measure. I did leave myself an out. A rip cord back to the life that dear old Dad chose for me. But I don’t need it now, because, in case I haven’t made myself abundantly clear, I’m never going back to Hell.

The Anhinga (Anhinga anhinga), sometimes called Snakebird, Darter, American Darter, or Water Turkey, is a water bird of the warmer parts of the Americas. Image via Bird's Eye View at

An Oriental Darter (Anhinga melanogaster) dries its wings in the sun in , India. Darter’s feathers soak through to aid in keeping a negative buoyancy. Unlike most other birds, they do not have hollow bones! Their bones are solid, which makes them heavier and less buoyant, and they are able to stay under water longer, and with less effort, to hunt fish.

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Satan might try to knock you off your game. but girl, you just strap on your Belt of Truth, look him in the eyes and say... GAME ON! My God is so much bigger than you'll ever be!

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On Wings Art Print by Dawn Kelley

Love this<3 Angel Wings but maybe in more of a yin and yang symbol

“So. You're a fallen angel." She folded her arms. "I'm not fallen," he said roughly. "Then what are you?" He shrugged. "Busted.” ― Vicki Pettersson, The Taken

Daily #tarotreading for July 7: The Devil One of the most feared and misunderstood cards in the Tarot is The Devil. His name alone conjures the image of ultimate evil. But what many don't know is that the Tarot is pre-Christian this fearsome beast does represent darkness but he's not Satan. He's related to Pan the horned god of the wild in Greek mythology. Pan a Satyr or half-man half-goat was always getting into trouble for his lusty obsession with chasing nymphs and other pleasurable…

St. Michael whose name means, “Who is like unto God?” is the Captain of the heavenly hosts.