Pha¨don, oder, U¨ber die Unsterblichkeit der Seele [NOOK Book]

Pha¨don, oder, U¨ber die Unsterblichkeit der Seele

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  • BN ID: 2940039410419
  • Publisher: Hamburg : F. Meiner
  • Language: German
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Digitized from 1979 volume
  • File size: 355 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 2, 2014

    Jacks bio

    Type: wolf other knows how to fight!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 23, 2014

    Mallory

    Fallen angels stil have wings though

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 21, 2014

    &fnof&alpha<_>lllp&epsilon&eta &alpha&eta<_>g&epsilon<_>ls &epsilon&tau &eta&epsilon&rho<_>h&iota<_>l&iota<_>m

    Two immortal species.<p>Cheshvan, the Jewish holiday, lasts two weeks. During these two weeks, fallen angels can possess their Nephilim vassals. Fallen angels can not feel touch. They can't feel anything. So, they force someone that can feel. Nephilim. The fallen angels force a Nephilim to swear fealty. They use knives, guns, anything to make the Nephilim swear the vow. Once that vow is complete, during Cheshvan, the fallen angels take over their vassal. They can do anything they want. They can build a bad reputation for that Nephilim's life by stealing, killing, or even me their vassal homeless. Think about it. You enter someone's body, and they can't do a thing about it. They experience every single thing you do, but they can't do anything. You, on the other hand, can. Sell their car. Sell their house. Use that money to smoke mari<_>juana or gamble it away. Anything. Once a Nephilim has sworn fealty, unless that fallen angel gets chained in he<_>ll, two weeks out of the year can be destruction. A Nephilim has to be 16 to be made to swear the vow, otherwise it doesn't work. They are usually targeted on their 16th birthday. Once they are 40, they can no longer be made to swear fealty. If they already have a fallen angel possessing them, though, they will continue to be a vassal during Cheshvan. <p>&fnof&alpha<_>ll&epsilon&eta &alpha&eta<_>g&epsilon<_>ls are exactly what it sounds like. They are an angel of heaven that falls for some reason. Some fall because they get taken by lu<_>st, so they mate with a human. Some fall because of greed. They want to gamble. Others fall because of something tragic. Say they are a guardian angel. You make a mistake, and the one you guard dies. You blame yourself and fall. <br>When you fall, your wings crumple and turn black. Other fallen angels or archangels rip out your wings. All the feathers disintegrate, except for one. That one feather, once burned, chains you in he<_>ll. Forever. Archangels keep those feathers carefully locked away. Only if that fallen angel deserves a punishment very severe will they burn the feather. Some fallen angels' feather doesn't get collected. Whoever finds that feather, if they know who it belongs to, has full control. If they want you to rob a bank for them, you do it. Otherwise.... bye-bye birdy.<br>Most fallen angels immediately start looking for a vassal to spend Cheshvan in. They use any possible means of getting their vassal, also.<p>&eta&epsilon&rho<_>h&iota<_>l&iota<_>m are the product of a fallen angel and a human. The are exceptionally tall, and are basically superhuman. They can control minds and speak in others' minds. They can run faster than a race car and they can knock over trees if they wish. They can do mostly anything requiring strength, agility, speed, and mentality. No, they cannot go invisible. Yes, they can mind trick someone into thinking they are invisible, or aren't there. It takes considerable amounts of concentration, and YEARS of practice to master<br>.When two Nephilim mate, the product is Nephilim, also, but is very weak. The product is tall, as any usual Nephilim, but can't take care of themself. They are weaklings and usually die before the age of 16. <p>Note that fallen angels can mind trick and speak in others' minds as well. They are fairly fast, but aren't as agile as Nephilim.

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