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Then vs. Now

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SUPERWHO - (PART 1) Despite extensive research, the Winchesters don’t find anything that can kill a Weeping Angel. The Doctor tells them the only thing they can do is run, but Sam and Dean are uneasy knowing another innocent might be taken before the Angel moves on. Castiel makes a suggestion; he finds the Weeping Angel eerily familiar and offers to communicate with it alone, as he feels it wants him to go to it. He refuses to tell them how he will kill it, but running out of options and time, the Doctor and Winchesters are forced to reluctantly agree. However, it is only later they find out Castiel had left out a specific detail, most likely so they wouldn’t stop him; Weeping Angels do not feed on an angel’s time energy, but their Grace. 

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It’s in the stars, it’s been written in the scars on our hearts

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—There’s blood everywhere, there’s blood.
—But you both bleed with the fragrance of sacrifice,
—and all the beauty of this world.

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Thought to be situated somewhere in the Pyrenees, visitors speak of the breath-taking beauty of a chateau surrounded by formal gardens and lawns created out of the mountainous landscape by magic. Beauxbatons Academy has a preponderance of French students, though Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Luxembourgians and Belgians also attend in large numbers. It is said that the stunning castle and grounds of this prestigious school were part-funded by alchemist gold, for Nicolas and Perenelle Flamel met at Beauxbatons in their youth, and a magnificent fountain in the middle of the school’s park, believed to have healing and beautifying properties, is named for them.

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