Hell's Dominion A Near Death ExperienceWhat is up every one?More Like This
I figured I would post another religious video for all the people of deviantart to enjoy. This video is about a guy who had a near death experience and saw Jesus and went to hell and came back to tell his tale.
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Misfortunate - Part 6A Grand EntranceMore Like This
After a few phone calls to unnamed German officials, Coulson made quick work of getting you out of there. You were on the plane and in the air without ever catching a glimpse of Loki. And you were better for it. That idiot would only mess with your head again.
It was late – really late – by the time you landed, and you weren't prepared for the location you ended up at. It wasn't really a place at all. In fact, all you could see ahead of you were planes and sky. Dark, starlit sky.
“Where are we?” you asked, completely confounded by the scenery.
Coulson offered his hand to help you up out of the seat and the pilot lowered the back hatch. It took you a minute to remember you could trust him, but when you did you easily slid your hand into Coulson's. It reminded you a lot of your dad, and you realized you really missed him. Maybe you should have phoned home more often.
He didn't let go of your hand until you had made it through a thick
Misfortunate - Part 5The Black Forest DebacleMore Like This
Okay. You really had to stop passing out at important moments. Given, the first time was not your fault, but the second time was. You thought. Unless Loki had done his “go-to-sleep-now” trick on you again. Which was a complete possibility. Ugh! That insensitive jerk!
You groaned as you came to and put a hand to your head thinking maybe it would restore your equilibrium. This was not where you had passed out. This was... completely different. A long glass pane perched in front of you. Oh, hey, that was a window. And outside was sky. Lots of dark, open sky. Puzzle pieces slowly fit together. This was an airplane. You were flying. Great! One question answered.
You rolled your head to the side and saw the same man who had helped you off the street in Stuttgart. He leaned forward in his chair and rested his elbows on his knees, intertwining his fingers. You couldn't tell if the look of concern was on your behalf or someone else's.
“How did y
Misfortunate - Part 3VillainousMore Like This
“This is for the best.”
That was what Barton said exactly three seconds before he used a silky scarf to blindfold you. Which was totally rude! You had no idea why you needed the blindfold, or what they thought you'd see. Obviously this plan had been a new development, maybe meant to scare you. If so, it was totally working.
“How am I supposed to know whether or not there's something I'm going to trip over?” Maybe you could out-trick these tricky people. Maybe. You crossed the fingers on one hand, but not the other because Barton would have seen it if you did. You thought. You didn't know. Not being able to see created a whole new host of problems.
Suddenly, you felt an exhalation of cool air against your ear. You stiffened. Normal people don't breathe out cold air. It had to be him. Icy fingers trailed down your cheek, and you jerked your head aside. You didn't belong to him. He needed to take his grimy paws off you.
His quiet laughter caused m
Knowing (pt 23)More Like This
Nissa's eyes flew open, but she managed to keep her concentration intact. She heard rather than saw Lorcan enter the room, his boots clicking on the hard floor. She didn't move. She couldn't. Everything hurt too much and The Knowing still lingered.
Lorcan lifted her enough to settle himself on the couch, and set her head down on his lap. His fingers absentmindedly stroked her hair, cool against her hot skin.
“It is The Knowing, is it not?” Lorcan asked.
Lorcan's fingers faltered, then resumed. “Please tell me what it says.”
Nissa blinked as moisture filled her eyes.
“Little mortal, you need never fear me. I will not harm you.”
She had never told anyone what The Knowing said to her before. She had been too scared. She was a freak, and she didn't want to make that well known. She hadn't even told E.J. what it said. She had wanted to, sometimes, but the fear kept her from doing it.
“What are you thinking of?”
The First Divergent (One-shot)You couldn't really understand what was happening. The black-hooded men dragged you through the hallways and past places you knew. And places you didn't. Toward a room you had seen before, but never tried to enter. It was forbidden.More Like This
You fought them. Kicked and scratched and clawed. Or, at least, tried to. Your uniform ripped in more than one place, but you didn't care. Why were they doing this to you? You hadn't done anything wrong. You were the top of your class. Passed your practice test in under three minutes.
Was that really a reason to punish you?
You should have chosen Dauntless when they gave you the choice. You would have, you reminded yourself, but Boaz had warned you against it. Said it would crush your spirit. Like he would have known. But he begged, so you didn't.
You were sure he would have protected you, had he known.
The men deposited you on the floor, and you scrambled to your feet. Guns around the room already pointed in your direction. You stood still and tried to see
End [Loki x Reader (pt 32)]Even relaxed, Loki looked rigid. Straight back, hands folded neatly in his lap. He didn't look like he was looking forward to this explanation. That kinda made you dread it, too.More Like This
“The Aether knew about you, because it knew it must use you to gain my assistance.”
“How did it know that? We just met.”
“No.” That pained look crossed his face again. “We have met before.”
You tried to register some shock, but The Avengers team had already told you that much. Surely he knew they would.
“They didn't tell you everything, because they didn't know.” Loki smiled, as though he had read your mind.
You laughed, but it sounded tight and strained. “Are you sure you got out of my head?”
“Yes.” Loki laughed right along with you. It never reached his eyes. “I want to tell you those other things they couldn't. You should know.”
“They told me that you stalked me. Sent me gifts. And that I came to them for h
Knowing (pt 22)More Like This
Nissa saw everything that went on. The people who coyly spoke in corners. The dancers who enjoyed themselves too much. Everything. And all the while, The Knowing pressed in on her mind, screaming that he was coming.
Octavian sauntered by and averted his gaze, and The Knowing left Nissa wondering why. He had been so friendly, until his brother had seen him comforting her. Why didn't he like her anymore? Why did he look away like she hurt his eyes?
Nissa blinked to keep the tears from building. She wouldn't cry. Not again.
“I would burn worlds to see you smile.”
Nissa lifted her chin. Lorcan's voice. She would have recognized it anywhere, but this time it had a more soothing quality to it. Something that calmed her. She hated herself for thinking that way. She looked up to see him smiling down at her. Experience told her not to say a word.
“Oh, yes. You think no one sees you there, sitting all alone, but I do.”
She blinked again and diverted her gaze.