Priest Dons Angel Wings to Hang With Angels
A mortal man now identified as a priest has been outed for impersonating an angel at a conclave in Poland.
The unamed priest in this photo was snapped donning angel wings to infiltrate an annual gathering of angels in Lanckorona, Poland.
Hundreds of angels flood to this tiny ancient town annually to gather in the shadow of its ruined castle at the height of angel season, far away from the eyes of most early mortals.
But this year, a few intrepid humans including this priest were caught in a clumsy attempt to infiltrate their hosts by pinning wings on his back.
Other humans were apprehended wearing foil halos and even awkward horns to impersonate the fallen.
“I felt bad busting him but Humans need to know that getting caught by an angel in a secret meeting is a very dangerous situation. Do you know what would have happened if one of the fallen had busted him instead of me?” said the anonymous angel who contacted me by email this week.
“Not to mention it’s a bit demeaning. I mean, really. Does he really think that we look this way?”
So today as angel season draws to a close, SOS presents our top three tips for spotting – or impersonating if you should be so bold ~ or insane~ as to attempt to infiltrate an angelic host.
Three Ways to Spot An Angel
1. Angels Don’t Photograph Very Well
They say to behold an angel in full glory would drive a mere mortal mad. For this reason, they must carefully modulate their appearance to humans and for this reason, can sometimes appear very ordinary. For the same reason, angels almost never appear in photos. Or if they do appear, it will be only faintly, awash in angelic light and hidden shadow.
Almost the only thing you may be able to discern from a photo of an angel is whether you may be dealing with one of the celestial or the fallen.
2. Angels Hide Their Wings
Fallen or not, angels never show their wings unnecessarily. Two very good reasons for this.
First and foremost, in angel warfare the clipping and cauterizing of your wings is a cruel and common tactic. It is the one thing angels fear most of all. An angel without wings is sidelined from their mission for an indefinite period of time and the remedy remains unknown. Shadow wings are a crude replacement and involve a dark deal with a shady underworlder type.
Second reason angels hide their wings is because, as SOS readers well know, there is a thriving trade in the traffic of angel wing feathers. Many beings including witches and vampires employ them for spells and ceremonies or just currency.
3. What’s Up Their Sleeve?
If you can, that is. Angels have difficulty hiding the manifesting powers of light and/or dark percolating in the palms of their hands. This is why they tend to wear overlong, loose fitting sleeves of a celestial weave that allows them to remain covered at all times. But a glance up their sleeves will quickly reveal the truth.
For this reason, incognito angels are not big hand shakers. Try offering to shake hands with a suspected angel and see what happens. But if you spot smoke up the sleeve, please don’t wait to find out! You could be dealing with an angry fallen angel.
Fenrir Iceborn says
He should just be glad he wasn’t caught by a Seraphim or humiliation would be the least of his worries. The Burning ones take insult not lightly. Seth Angelicos can also be revealed through the use of ultraviolet light detectors. They always forget to turn out the light humans can’t see.