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Good question about what now seals the cage. I removed the bit "speculative notes" as i think the other seals weren't physical locks either they were all events, and it was Lilith's death rather than Lilith per se that was the final seal. --[[User:Missyjack|Missyjack]] 23:52, 25 December 2010 (UTC)
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just a note to try and keep the language in the Wiki simple and to the point. eg "made" says the same as "created and manufactured. it helps keep the style consistent between the many editors on the Wiki. --[[User:Missyjack|Missyjack]] 05:53, 9 January 2011 (UTC)

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Quick Question. The 66 Seals that were attached to the Mouth of Lucifer's Cage successfully contained Lucifer until they shattered and broke, which released him. After being re-imprisoned alongside Michael due to Sam activating the four Rings, how is Michael and Lucifer being contained? The 66 Seals broke so how is are they being confined to the Cage with no locks on the Door? And yes, I'm aware that the four Rings of the Horsemen, once activated, reopened the Cage but nothing is left to bind and confine them to the Cage because the 66 Seals are gone.. Although its a great possibility that the Seals are still holding them and confining them because there were 600 Seals and only 66 of them broke...

Anderson54, December 23rd 2010

Good question about what now seals the cage. I removed the bit "speculative notes" as i think the other seals weren't physical locks either they were all events, and it was Lilith's death rather than Lilith per se that was the final seal. --Missyjack 23:52, 25 December 2010 (UTC)

just a note to try and keep the language in the Wiki simple and to the point. eg "made" says the same as "created and manufactured. it helps keep the style consistent between the many editors on the Wiki. --Missyjack 05:53, 9 January 2011 (UTC)